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Daytime soap opera airing on Weekdays on ABC. Weeknights on SOAPnet.

Sunday, June 23 can’t come fast enough, because that’s when "All My Children" fans are going to go gaga over Susan Lucci's (ex-Erica Kane) debut as Genevieve Delatour on Lifetime’s “Devious Maids”! The dramady, which was dreamed up by “Desperate Housewives” creator, Marc Cherry, and is executive produced by “Housewives” star Eva Longoria (ex-Isabella Williams, “The Young and the Restless”), is already making waves as a can’t-miss hit. And luckily, Entertainment Tonight has released a first look at the maids who will no doubt be causing La Lucci loads of trouble!
"Another World" and "Sunset Beach" were canceled in 1999, "Port Charles" in 2003, and "Passions" in 2007 (NBC version) and again in 2008 (DirecTV version). In 2009, "Guiding Light" got turned off and in 2010 "As The World Turns" just stopped. 2011 then brought the double cancellations of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." As a result of 8 soap operas being cancelled within a 12 year span, one would have expected 2012 to end with another soap saying goodbye. Thankfully, the year came and went without a single soap cancellation for the first time in five years. Now with the 2013 resurrection of "AMC" and "OLTL," soaps are no longer "dying" and the genre is finally thriving once more. But, if you're like us, you never forget your soap opera history. Enter "Soap Life," a documentary that follows the rise and fall of American soap operas before the genres recent re-birth.
"It's such a great opportunity for people to see how good these actors can be and that the genre isn't a silly little genre. It's actually a very valid form of storytelling where actors are really doing amazing work," says "All My Children" actress Cady McClain (Dixie Martin) in the newest Hulu video promoting the returns to Pine Valley and Llanview ("One Life to Live"), entitled "100 Pages a Day."
Three days in and many readers are finding themselves adjusting very well to the new opening and theme music for The OnLine Network's "All My Children," titled “We Are the Love We Give” by Imaginary Friend. The opening was recently published on TOLN's YouTube page for the viewing pleasure of the shows fans.
With the re-launches of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," fans all across North America are once again enjoying their daily fix of Pine Valley and Llanview. They're not alone it seems as pop music senstations Enrique Iglesias and The Backstreet Boys have thrown their support behind the re-incarnated soaps as well.
Hulu recently reached out to Soap Opera Network with the following message for soap fans who are now enjoying the re-launch of their favorite former ABC Daytime soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," which premiered with brand new episodes on Monday, April 29 via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. The shows are being distributed online courtesy of Prospect Park's The OnLine Network.
For months, and in numerous articles, Soap Opera Network stated the following line: "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" both premiere on Monday, April 29 via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. Well, the big day finally arrived and is now over and done with. So, we have to ask readers...how did you watch the soaps? Hulu, Hulu Plus or iTunes?
After months of anticipation, the day has finally arrived for the returns of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Both soaps premiered today with brand new episodes via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. As previously reported, the two soaps have been getting some love from Hulu starting with an email campaign on Friday and a weekend trip on the Hulu bar, which highlights several recent episodes of popular series airing on Hulu. Today, Hulu gave each series their own spot on the bar with positions #1 and #2, ahead of such staples as ABC's "Revenge" and "Once Upon A Time" or FOX's "Family Guy" and "American Dad."
In a new posting on his Facebook page, Michael Easton (ex-John McBain, "One Life to Live" and "General Hospital") says, "SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS...to my family of friends in their new venture. I know you're going to be a big hit..." The actors comments are understood to be in reference to the re-launches of both "OLTL" and "All My Children," which premiere today on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes.
According to a report in The New York Times, highlighting tomorrow's launch of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes, the gold standard publication revealed that Prospect Park, the company behind the new "AMC" and "OLTL," also holds the licensing rights to "General Hospital" in the event ABC decides to cancel the soap too!
"Due to unforeseen circumstances the Jacksonville, Nashville and Cleveland shows have been cancelled. Refunds are available at the point of purchase," is the message posted on the official website of A Tribute to Pine Valley, which has held events around the country honoring the 41 year life and history of ABC's "All My Children."
On Monday, April 29, "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" debut with all new episodes on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. As part of its promotional campaign, which included an email alert to millions of Hulu Plus subscribers yesterday, Hulu has given both soaps the infamous Hulu bar treatment with a link to the "They're Back" video highlighting that each show is "Back & Better Than Ever."
Earlier today, millions of Hulu Plus subscribers received an email from Hulu promoting the returns of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." In the email, subscribers were provided with a link to the trailer highlighting the stars while at the beautiful photo shoot in Sleepy Hollow, NY earlier this year. Touted as "hulu exclusive series," "AMC" and "OLTL" premieres Monday, April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes.
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