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All My Children
  • Welcome to The OnLine Network (Video)

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    In a video highlighting their YouTube Channel, TOLNSoaps, Prospect Park's The OnLine Network has the cast of "All My Children" talking about all the handy little features and noteworthy items.
  • Reducing 58 Episodes from Planned 168 Per Year Schedule Leaves Only 110 Eps Each for ‘AMC’ and ‘OLTL'; Can Prospect Park Grow It Back Though?

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    On Thursday, May 16, Prospect Park announced its plan to reduce the episode orders of both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" from the previously planned 168 original episodes per year (excluding Friday "MORE" shows) to just 110 episodes. Fans remain divided on whether the stated reasons behind the change from four original episodes to just two per week was in fact due to the binge viewing the company claimed in their press release or some bigger reason(s) we're all not privy to, however, the company does admit they can quickly change things should the demand catch up to the supply.
  • Premiere Episodes of Both ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Now (Legally) on YouTube for EVERYONE!

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    For the first time ever fans of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" will be able to watch a legal copy of the premiere episodes of both soaps, which launched on Monday, April 29 via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. Just a short time ago, Prospect Park's The OnLine Network uploaded the premiere episodes on its TOLNSoaps YouTube page for the viewing pleasure of fans all around the world (ie. no region cap). "TOLNSoaps on Youtube is a hub for all fans of the shows, a place to watch Behind the Scenes content, Recaps, Previews and Interviews through a platform that allows for free streaming on all devices including mobile. Subscriptions to the TOLNSoaps channel on Youtube is free," read a notice sent out to fans signed up for the TOLN newsletter.
  • ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Now Available on iTunes Canada

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    It remains unclear whether it was done in anticipation of the recent schedule change and the subsequent carriage loss by FX Canada, but we can report that both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" are now available for download on the Canadian iTunes store. According to both the "AMC" and "OLTL" iTunes Canada pages, the shows were first listed on iTunes Canada on Monday, May 13. Episodes are currently priced at $9.99 for multi-pass access or $1.99 per episode.
  • FX Canada Drops ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ From Lineup

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    As a result of Prospect Park's announcement that it had reduced the amount of episodes aired each week of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," FX Canada has announced that it has dropped both soaps from its lineup with reruns of "30 Rock" taking over the timeslot effective Monday, May 20.
  • Jill Larson on Prospect Park Episode Reduction of AMC: ‘I Think This is a Good Decision’

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    The OnLine Network/TOLN
    On Thursday, May 16, Prospect Park's The OnLine Network announced its decision to reduce the episode order of both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" from 168 original episodes (excluding Fridays MORE shows) each per year to just 110. "AMC" star Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt) recently spoke out on the decision, which has fans of both soaps currently divided, on her Facebook page:
  • BREAKING NEWS: ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Episode Order Reduced

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    According to a report by Deadline Hollywood, Prospect Park's The OnLine Network has opted to reduce the yearly episode orders of both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" from 168 to 110. In addition, new episodes of "AMC" will now be made available on Mondays and Wednesdays, while new episodes of "One Life to Live" will be available on Tuesdays and Thursdays via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. The "MORE" recap shows will continue to be provided on Fridays. The change goes into effect beginning Monday, May 20.
  • Michael Nader’s Dimitri Returns to Pine Valley!

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    Fans of “All My Children’s” Marick clan are no doubt going to be over the moon with the latest person slated to return to Pine Valley: Michael Nadar’s popular character, Dimitiri! According to a press release from The OnLine Network, Brooke English (Julia Barr) calls Dimitri back to town and offers him a job as head of one of Chandler Enterprises’ new divisions. Lucky for fans, the Hungarian Count gracefully agrees, meaning he’ll be sticking around in town for quite some time!
  • Susan Lucci Lends Iconic Dress to Smithsonian’s Daytime Memorabilia Exhibit

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    As previously reported, The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have partnered up to amass a collection of costumes, scripts, photographs, props, awards and other materials recognizable to daytime fans for a special Daytime Television exhibit. The museum held a special ceremony today, May 9, to not only celebrate the partnership, but to also officially launch a three-year artifact collecting initiative and to announce the first items to be lent for the exhibit!
  • FIRST LOOK: Matthew Cowles as Billy Clyde Tuggle on ‘All My Children’

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    As previously reported, Matthew Cowles is returning his dastardly evil character Billy Clyde Tuggle to "All My Children" beginning Thursday, May 16. In a newly released image from The OnLine Network, Billy Clyde is about to butt heads with Ray MacDonnell's Dr. Joe Martin, in what appears to be a motel room.