Tag: Agnes Nixon
Julia Barr will bring Brooke English back to Pine Valley on Friday, September 16, which means, if the soap can take a break from exploring Dr. David Hayward's (Vincent Irizarry) God complex in-depth, Barr will air in six episodes at the most before "All My Children" airs its series finale on ABC on Friday, September 23.
"All My Children" will end its network television run in just five weeks on Friday, September 23, 2011. The soap that houses the biggest name in the history of daytime drama, Susan Lucci, debuted on ABC on January 5, 1970. The entertainment industry is set to pay tribute to the show that left its mark on pop culture with several specials installments that fans will not want to miss out on.
After nearly a two year absence, Kathy Brier and Chris Stack are set to return to ABC's "One Life to Live" just before the series ends its run on broadcast television. According to Brier during last nights "Divas" concert at the Triad in New York City, Michael (Stack) and Marcie (Brier) McBain are heading back to Llanview for a few months beginning in October, although the actors have yet to begin filming their first scenes.
Agnes Nixon is returning to ABC's "All My Children," for which she created, to once again portray the role of Agnes Eckhart, one of the longest reigning board members overseeing the fictional Pine Valley Hospital on the daytime soap. The character, who was created by Nixon herself, first appeared on the drama series in 2005 for the shows 35th anniversary. This time the character will be admitted to PVH under the care of David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry) and Cara Martin (Lindsay Hartley).
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" may be ending their four decades' long run on ABC in September and January...
After fifteen years of working in various positions on the "One Life to Live" writing staff, including serving as the show's head scribe for the last three years, ABC has announced that Ron Carlivati will be joining "General Hospital" as a script writer. The move will fulfill the remainder of the three-year contract Carlivati signed with the network last September. A similar two-year deal was hammered out at the time with "One Life" Executive Producer Frank Valentini.
Agnes Nixon, creator of the recently cancelled ABC daytime soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," makes a generous donation to the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication (ASC), to ensure that both shows, along with the defunct soap "Loving" (another of her creations), will never be forgotten.
After 72 years on air between radio and television, CBS's "Guiding Light" will cease broadcasting on the CBS Television Network due to low ratings. Love may save the world, but apparently it wasn't enough to save television's longest running daytime drama. Even with having its name published in the Guinness World Record Book and winning three Daytime Emmy's for Best Drama Series (the most recent being in 2007), "GL" found itself unable to withstand the mass exodus of viewers from the traditional daytime soap format in recent years.