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  • Irizarry Responds to Claims That He’s Reason For Pause on ‘All My Children’ 2.0 (Updated)

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    Yolanda Perez/ABC
    On Monday afternoon, Vincent Irizarry learned of Jamey Giddens (of Daytime Confidential) rather strong implication on Twitter that lack of cooperation along with Agnes Nixon and Lorraine Broderick's "story projections" were a major reason production company Prospect Park decided to reportedly halt early production efforts to move "All My Children" to the internet. Read on to find out how the none too pleased Daytime Emmy Award winner responded to the claim on Facebook on Monday evening.
  • Save Our Show! ‘One Life’ Parodies Its Own Demise

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    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.
  • More Former Stars Return to ABC’s ‘One Life to Live’

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    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.
  • ‘One Life’ Creator Agnes Nixon Visits Llanview

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    Rick Rowell/ABC
    As "One Life to Live" winds down production on its television run, the show has landed the mother of all returns -- literally. Agnes Nixon, who created "OLTL" and sister soap "All My Children," will make an appearance on the show as, what else, a soap opera scribe.
  • My View of Llanview: October 30 Edition

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    Soap Opera Network
    With "One Life to Live" nearing the end of its run on ABC Daytime, the list of returning former cast members is increasing. And, while the list is impressive, it is lacking one important ingredient for long-time fans of the soap.
  • Susan Lucci Shares Thoughts on Final Episode of All My Children

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    Susan Lucci has portrayed Erica Kane for 41-years - debuting during the shows 10 episode in January 1970 according to her book "All My Life," and along with millions of viewers across the country she watched the soap that launched her career end its run on ABC earlier this afternoon. Ever the relevant personality (despite what ABC says), Lucci shares her thoughts with her Facebook friends and followers on the final episode of "AMC" and gives some minor hope as to what lies ahead for the soap opera in the coming months.
  • Frank Valentini to Remain with ‘One Life to Live’

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    Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
    After recently signing four of "One Life to Live's" most prominent cast members, including long-time veteran Erika Slezak (Viki) to continue with the show when it moves to online-only distribution early next year, Prospect Park takes the next step in their commitment to make for a smooth transition for the show. According to Deadline Hollywood, the production company has hired "One Life" Executive Producer Frank Valentini to remain in his current post with the show, along with becoming Vice President of Serial Dramas.
  • ABC Gives Final Nods to ‘All My Children’ (Updated)

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    During the next week, ABC Daytime will take part in saying goodbye to "All My Children" which has been a part of their line-up since 1970. Following is details on the scheduled events which will include "Good Morning America" dedicating a special segment to the show and "The View" dedicating an entire airing to their former neighbors.
  • Lucci Out! Star Accused of Gouging In Wake of Blasting of ABC Daytime Exec

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    As Soap Opera Network reported late last week, Susan Lucci has added a scathing new chapter to "All My Life" scheduled to be included in the paperback release of her memoir on September 13. In the new epilogue, the actress who is known for being too well-mannered uncharacteristically blasts ABC Daytime Chief Brian Frons for what she feels is his mismanagement of ABC Daytime and his general arrogance. Following a weekend of book leaks, ABC released what could only be construed as a biting statement about Lucci's book addition and conduct. On Tuesday - coincidentally or not - after getting information from an unnamed source, a Deadline.com article held back few jabs after revealing the actress turned down the offer to continue with "All My Children" online.
  • August 31, 2011 – The End of an Era on ABC

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    Friday, September 23, 2011 may be the final airdate for "All My Children" on ABC, but Wednesday, August 31, 2011 marked the last date an actor was under contract with the drama series since the filming of the soaps pilot episode in late 1969.