"One Life to Live" is forced to recast the character of Cole Thornhart, who is serving a prison sentence for murdering Eli Clarke (Matt Walton) with Broadway star Van Hughes only one day after Brandon Buddy returned to the role.
Art imitates life as "One Life to Live" does what it does best by poking fun at itself for an upcoming storyline. Beginning next month, the show's once popular soap-within-a-soap, "Fraternity Row," gets canceled due to sagging ratings, leading one loyal Llanview fan to take drastic action to save her soap. The plot mirrors "OLTL's" own predicament, having been dumped by ABC earlier this year.
A look at what's happening on "General Hospital" during the week of November 14, 2011.
A look at what's happening on "One Life to Live" during the week of November 14, 2011.
Have fond memories of a particular character, storyline, or episode from "One Life to Live's" 43 year run on ABC? If so, here is your chance to sound off and share your favorite Llanview moments with your fellow soap fans.
John Loprieno who, alongside co-star Andrea Evans, recently reprised their roles as Llanview's former supercouple Cord and Tina Roberts on "One Life to Live," talks about his return to the show and what the future holds for both him and Cord.
Even though his character recently wound up on the wrong end of a gun, Trevor St. John is reportedly returning to "One Life to Live" to make one last appearance before the show wraps production on its television run next Friday.
With only one week left to go until production on its ABC Daytime run is finished, the list of former "One Life to Live" cast members returning to Llanview continues to grow.
Developing at Soap Opera Network... a number of actors are privately and publicly confirming they will not be joining "One Life to Live" when it goes online via Prospect Park's Online Network.
In an effort to save costs before uprooting the show to more permanent digs, sources have confirmed to Soap Opera Network that Prospect Park and its Online Network (TOLN) division have sealed a deal with the Disney/ABC Television Group to continue filming "One Life to Live" at its current ABC Television Center Studio in New York City located at 320 W 66th Street.