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All My Children

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

Sunday, January 15, 2012 4:00 PM EDT
It was recently announced that Darnell Williams would be joining the cast of "The Young and the Restless" in 2012. The two-time Daytime Emmy Award winner becomes the forth "All My Children" actor to land on the high rated CBS daytime dramas since the 41-year old ABC soap went off the air in September 2011. He joins Jacob Young who returned to "The Bold and the Beautiful" last September, and past and future co-stars Debbi Morgan and Melissa Claire Egan.

Saturday, January 14, 2012 8:50 PM EDT
While she holds out great hope for the future of daytime television, the former first lady of the genre, Susan Lucci, is currently busy adding another notch to her full resume. Beginning this fall, fans can see the legend and former star of "All My Children" hosting and narrating a new series, titled "Deadly Affairs," for the cable network Investigation Discovery.
Former "All My Children" leading men Cameron Mathison and Thorsten Kaye are scheduled to help heat up the primetime schedule later this winter. Mathison is scheduled to hit the sheets with one of televisions original housewives on the last season of ABC's "Desperate Housewives." Meanwhile, Kaye will show up on NBC's highly anticipated mid-season replacement, the musical drama "Smash," where his character will turn the temperature up for a determined Broadway producer going through some rough personal and professional times.
After a successful three-city tour on the east coast, "A Tribute to Pine Valley," produced and presented by Celebrity Events Group, Soap Opera Digest and Visit Myrtle Beach: South Carolina, is taking the show to the midwest. Beginning today, January 13, the tribute will hit three venues in Wisconsin and Illinois. The tour boasts a cast of some of "All My Children's" most popular and sustaining actors for a question and answer session as well as an autograph and photo session where you can meet your favorite stars up-close and personal.
On Monday, it was revealed that "All My Children" alumna Denise Vasi is set to fill the void that the departure of Stacey Dash is due to leave on the second season of VH1's "Single Ladies." Dash, who remains breathtaking at 45 years-old and who is best known for her role in the 1995 hit-film "Clueless" opposite Alicia Silverstone and Brittany Murphy, recently cited her family being based on the opposite coast of where the series films as the reason for her early departure. The rumor mill has cited there's more to the story and notes unconfirmed friction between the actress and the show producers which includes most notably Queen Latifah. Pertaining to the casting of Vasi, Latifah notes that the actress "is the perfect addition to the cast ... She is bringing a fun, new element to the show."
Hillary B. Smith (Nora) opens up to Entertainment Weekly about the decision by Prospect Park not to proceed with previous plans to relaunch "One Life to Live" online after it ends its ABC Daytime run on January 13, 2012, and what the future would have held for alter ego.
On the heels of today's announcement by Prospect Park that the upstart production company was shelving plans to relaunch canceled ABC soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," the cast and crew of the sudsers are beginning to speak out. Kassie DePaiva (Blair), who became one of the first "OLTL" stars to sign on back in September to help the show make the transition, has issued a statement on her website regarding the turn of events.