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All My Children

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

on Monday, February 18, 2008 @ 8:48 PM
Former "As The World Turns" bad boy Shawn Christian joins the cast of "Days of our Lives" as Salem University Hospital's newest hot doctor.
EXCLUSIVE: Soap Opera Network has learned the names of soap opera writers who declared “Financial Core” status to keep on working during the strike. By going “Fi-Core,” these writers can never be members of the WGA again but they continue to pay reduced union dues and the Guild is obligated to continue providing services such health insurance, pension and residuals. Though they can still work on Guild projects, Guild members will not be keen to hire them.

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on Sunday, December 30, 2007 @ 3:53 AM
End of the road for Haiduk...

on Saturday, July 21, 2007 @ 7:50 PM
By Errol Lewis(SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- "General Hospital: Night Shift" premiered on July 12, 2007 with an average of 1 million total viewers and just under 500,000 viewers in Women 18-49. The reach the soap had was beyond anyone's expectations at SOAPnet and the Disney-ABC Television Group. So what does the head of the company's daytime division think of the premiere? "Obviously thrilled. There is a mass idea there where you put all of these 'GH' viewers and say 'let's come up with something that is spun out of 'GH' and put it on SOAPnet.' It seems like a pretty basic...
In the last couple of years ABC Daytime has had a nack of hiring actors and actresses with Broadway backgrounds, most noteably Renee Elise Goldsberry ("The Color Purple"), as Evangeline Williams and Kathy Brier ("Hairspray") as Marcie Walsh on ABC's "One Life To Live." Now the network has hired Broadway star Christian Hoff for a recurring role on "All My Children."
Sources are confirming the exit of actress Marcy Walker from the role of Liza Colby Chandler. Walker's departure is on the heals of Amelia Heinle’s exit from the series earlier this month. Heinle played Walker's onscreen sister, Mia Saunders from 2001-2004.

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