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Robert Scott Wilson has taken “All My Children” by storm as Opal Cortlandt’s (Jill Larson) son, Pete Cortlandt. So much so, that he’s fast becoming a Pine Valley tycoon even his own father, Palmer, wouldn’t have messed with!
As previously reported, "Drop Dead Diva" returns for an all-new season beginning Sunday, June 23 at 9:00 PM ET/PT on Lifetime. In the just released promo, we couldn't help noticing former "All My Children" star Natalie Hall (ex-Colby Chandler)! According to a rep from Lifetime, Hall will be appearing as 'Brittney" in a multi-episode arc, beginning with the Sunday, June 30 episode. It is understood that "Brittney" ties into the "New Jane" vs "Old Jane" storyline getting ready to kick off.
“All My Children’s” Susan Lucci (ex-Erica Kane) has been given the moniker “Queen of Soaps,” but with some recent moves by the production team behind her new series, “Devious Maids,” she just may be called “Queen of Telenovelas,” too!

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on Monday, June 3, 2013 @ 11:26 PM
Fans of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" have learned to adapt to the dramatic twists and turns hitting their favorite returning "anytime" soaps, only they've been adapting more to the behind the scenes "drama" than they have been with what's happening on screen. First it was the episode reduction (two episodes per week for each show instead of the previously scheduled four), then word FX Canada had dropped both shows from its lineup as a result of the episode reduction, and most recently word that head writers for both shows were released from their contracts and replaced with their script writers. Now, according to TheWrap, the latest drama is based on an apparent labor dispute between Prospect Park and I.A.T.S.E. (International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees)/Local 52, the union representing stage workers for "AMC."

on Friday, May 31, 2013 @ 4:40 PM
Leven Rambin has done a slew of television shows since departing from the role of Lily Montgomery on “All My Children,” including stints on “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scoundrels,” “CSI: Miami” and “One Tree Hill.” But the actress is quickly transitioning her career into film, first with a small but pivotal role in last summer’s “The Hunger Games,” and now, according to Deadline Hollywood, in two new films: “Seven Minutes” and “Walter.”
For ages, “All My Children” fans wanted Bobbie Eakes’ Krystal Carey and Walt Willey’s Jackson Montgomery to hook up, and while that’s probably not going to happen (at least any time soon), the pair are giving us the next best thing: They’ll be co-hosting a beauty pageant together!
Though we’ve tried hard to see Josh Duhamel as any other character besides “All My Children’s” Leo DuPres, it’s been impossible. The unique and loveable charm of Vanessa’s endearing son always seems to sneak out. That is, until now.
If you think riding along during “All My Children’s” transition from network television to its new Internet home has felt a bit like a rollercoaster, you’re not alone. Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt) agrees that the past few months have been a wild ride. But it’s one she’s enjoyed and would do over and over again. “It’s been very exciting, and I feel so fortunate to be part of something that is really pioneering in the world of broadcast,” she says. “There is an excitement, there is an investment [and] there is a commitment to doing everything we can to... bring these shows back to when they were at the pinnacle of their success.”
WTNH, better known as ABC8 in Stamford, CT, recently toured the set of The OnLine Network's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" and got some inside scoop on what's happening on your favorite internet dramas.
What do you get when you mix some of televisions hottest stars with instruments? Band From TV, of course! And the musical group, which includes former “All My Children” star Eddie Matos (ex-Ricky Torres; ex-Peter Marquez, “General Hospital”), is slated to rock at yet another charity fundraiser event.
In an interview published in the newest issue of Soap Opera Digest, Maria Arena Bell, the former executive producer and head writer of "The Young and the Restless," shares that the soap submitted episodes #9,999 and #10,000 as part of their Emmy reel in the category of Outstanding Drama Series for the "40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards."

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on Sunday, May 26, 2013 @ 9:03 PM
Monday, May 27 is memorial day and while CBS' "The Young and the Restless" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" will air original episodes (which aren't expected to count in the weekly Nielsen ratings), NBC's "Days of our Lives" will be preempted for coverage of the French Open, while ABC's "General Hospital" will air the real 50th Anniversary episode, which actually aired on Tuesday, April 2 after a March preemption pushed scheduling back a day ("GH" premiered on April 1, 1963). "All My Children" will air an original episode as the series is available exclusively on the internet and doesn't abide by holiday preemptions.
According to sources, the "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" head writing team changes occurred with Prospect Park deciding to release Marlene McPherson and Elizabeth Snyder ("AMC") and Thom Racina ("OLTL") from their contracts. This is in direct contrast to Susie Bedsow Horgan, who opted to exit her position as co-head writer of "OLTL" (with Racina) in early April, where we're told she cited personal reasons behind her decision.

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