"One Life to Live" DVR Alerts for the Week of December 5, 2011.
"General Hospital" Teasers for the Week of November 28, 2011.
"One Life to Live" Teasers for the Week of November 28, 2011.
"One Life to Live" gets 'canceled' for the second time in seven months as Prospect Park breaks the hearts of the show's loyal fanbase.
A look at what's happening on "The Bold and the Beautiful" during the week of November 28, 2011.
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A compilation of Twitter and Facebook posts from the cast of "One Life to Live" following word that Prospect Park was dropping plans to resurrect the show online only five days after the soap wrapped production on its ABC run.
Hillary B. Smith (Nora) opens up to Entertainment Weekly about the decision by Prospect Park not to proceed with previous plans to relaunch "One Life to Live" online after it ends its ABC Daytime run on January 13, 2012, and what the future would have held for alter ego.
On the heels of today's announcement by Prospect Park that the upstart production company was shelving plans to relaunch canceled ABC soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," the cast and crew of the sudsers are beginning to speak out. Kassie DePaiva (Blair), who became one of the first "OLTL" stars to sign on back in September to help the show make the transition, has issued a statement on her website regarding the turn of events.
AFTRA and the WGA Respond to Prospect Park’s Decision to Suspend Plans for ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to…
After rumblings for the last two weeks and a shocking report by Deadline Hollywood earlier today, Prospect Park officially pulled the plug on plans for producing online versions of ABC's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Of the key issues, Prospect Park cited its inability to come to terms with the unions including those representing the actors (AFTRA) and the writers (WGA). Shortly afterward, the various unions began issuing statements in response to the production companies decision.