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AMC Recap: Monday, July 25, 2011

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Monday, July 25 2011.

IT HAPPENED TODAY…

When Cara asks how things are going between her and Griffin, Kendall admits she needs to let go of her past. Ryan catches Griffin in David’s office and questions if he’s having doubts about David. Griffin tells Ryan the Orpheus Project is a research project but doesn’t expand because he doesn’t want to risk ruining something that is bigger than all of them. Ryan warns Griffin if David’s secrets end up getting people hurt that will be on Griffin’s head. Ryan tells Kendall that Griffin knows about the Orpheus Project and could possibly be helping David control Erica. Kendall can’t believe he’d hide something from her and is disappointed that he might be working with David. Erica insists to Jack and Jesse that she is telling the truth. They listen as she details story of what has gone down over the past few months with her, David, Jane and Ben. Acting as her concerned fiance and a doctor, David plays on Jack and Jesse’s disbelief of the outrageous story. Frustrated as David continues to do what he can to discredit her, Erica ultimately stabs him. David will only Griffin to treat him. He claims all the others will die without him. Erica is sent to Oak Haven for an evaluation and runs into Janet.

Tad and Cara toast to the road that led them together and are proud of the fact that were both able to let the other put to rest their past relationships. JR talks to Dixie but in his drunken state thinks she is a figment of his imagination. He believes he would be better off dead but reconsiders when he thinks about AJ. JR thanks Dixie for the talk and stumbles away to go and find his son. Still drunk JR shows up at Krystal’s only to find that AJ is at the movies with Marissa. He takes his anger out on Krystal, claiming she wants everyone to be miserable because she couldn’t hold onto Tad, and when she tries to call Tad, JR grabs her. Realizing what he’s doing JR drops to the couch with his head in his hands. Tad shows up to help him and is startled when JR says Dixie was not happy with him and wouldn’t talk to him today.

On the Next All My Children…

  • David assures Kendall that he’s done with Erica and she belongs to Jackson.
  • Jesse gets back the DNA test results for Lucy.
  • Amanda gets nervous about her test results.

 

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    AMC Teasers: Week of July 25 Edition

    AMC Teasers: Week of July 25 Edition

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Teasers for the Week of July 25, 2011.

    ALL MY CHILDREN: Teasers

    • Monday: (Episode #10670) — Erica goes after David. Janet is back. Will Dixie and J.R. reunite with one another? (Rated: TVPG V)
    • Tuesday: (Episode #10671) — Jesse receives Lucy’s DNA test results. Amanda is a bundle of nerves. David informs Kendall that Erica should be with Jackson. (Rated: TVPG L)
    • Wednesday: (Episode #10672) — Jesse confides in Frankie. Cara wants to help Amanda. Dixie is sent to Oak Haven. (Rated: TVPG)
    • Thursday: (Episode #10673) — Kendall, Greenlee, and Madison prepare to give their presentation. David agrees to treat Greenlee. Marian and Annie return. (Rated: TVPG)
    • Friday: (Episode #10674) — Erica is shocked by what she observes. Marissa and David discuss Bianca. A.J. tells J.R. to go away. (Rated: TVPG)
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      AMC Recap: Friday, July 22, 2011

      (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Friday, July 22, 2011.

      IT HAPPENED TODAY…

      As Angie prepares for her consultation with the surgeon she tells Jesse that David’s earned her trust. When David shows up he tells the couple the surgeon postponed so they’ll have to reschedule but when the nurse enters and says the surgeon called to ask why they missed their appointment and Jesse realizes David lied and goes to find out why.

      Erica asks Jane to show her what she looked like before the transformation and realizes she looked a lot like her before. Jane says her mother called her the ugly best friend. Erica sympathizes and can relate because her father left her and that took a toll on her confidence. She gives Jane some advice to stop trying to be Erica and be Jane. She shouldn’t accept being anyone’s second choice. Ben promises to stay with Jane and they decide to let Erica go but cannot let her know where they are or how to get back.

      Marissa tells AJ that JR is not himself and JR dares her to tell him why. Marissa doesn’t think JR should punish his son by telling him about her and Bianca. Marissa tells AJ that she and Bianca love each other very much and are going to make a good home for him. While Marissa’s talking to AJ, Bianca tries to get JR to understand that he had nothing to do with Marissa falling in love with her and promises to get Marissa and AJ through this but JR walks back into the room drunk, his demeanor scaring AJ. Marissa knows AJ is trying to be brave but deep down he’s scared and confused and she feels responsible. Bianca doesn’t want her to blame herself and Marissa wonders why it took her so long to see how right they are for each other.

      Cara comes home from the park and finds Tad going through Dixie’s things. She tells him about Kathy seeing Dixie in the park and wonders if Tad is not ready to let her go just yet. He says that by going through her things it’s helping him to move forward. Based on something Tad read in Dixie’s journal he gets an idea on how he can say goodbye. Tad invites Opal, Krystal, Liza and Cara to a yard sale/memorial and he talks about screwing up until Dixie and JR came along just as JR appears at the door and listens. As the women give him a standing ovation, Tad credits Cara with giving him the courage to say goodbye.

      On the Next All My Children…

      • Erica attacks David.
      • Janet returns.
      • Will Dixie and JR reunite?

       

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        AMC PreVUE: Week of July 25 Edition

        (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A look at what’s happening on “All My Children” during the week of July 25, 2011.

        THIS WEEK ON: ALL MY CHILDREN

        Seeing the remnants of Tad’s service for Dixie, Kendall admits that she’s not having the easiest time moving forward. Tad & Cara toast to their future. Jake & Amanda reel upon learning her diagnosis on Tuesday, July 26. Amanda confides in Cara and later learns about the possible courses of action to treat her cancer. Brot tries to calm Jesse after he receives the confirmation of his worst fear. Angie convinces Maya to move in with her and her family. On Wednesday, July 27, Jesse feels the pressure as both Angie & Frankie begin to question his issue with Maya. Angie & Mookie face-off. Madison & Scott take a small step back towards each other.

        The Inside Story: The Walls Between Us
        Erica ends up back in lock up after using extreme violence to deal with David’s extreme trouble-making. Janet welcomes Erica to Oak Haven. Griffin tells Ryan that he is not willing to compromise Project Orpheus. Ryan asks Griffin if he is prepared to shoulder the responsibility if all of this doesn’t turn out how he expected. Ryan fills Kendall in on the situation with Griffin. Kendall tells Griffin their relationship is done after he makes it clear he won’t tell her the truth even on the off chance it affects her mother. Kendall confronts David. Jackson realizes Erica was telling him the truth about the kidnapping after a heart to heart with Opal. Tad & Opal help Jackson get into OH to see Erica. Jackson concludes he has to find Ben & Jane’s plastic surgeon after talking to Erica. Unsure of when they’ll see each other again, on Thursday, July 28, Jackson & Erica share a heartfelt goodbye. Erica runs into some more familiar faces in OH. Kendall tells Griffin to receive trust he has to return it. Griffin presses David to tell him everything now that he’s gotten what he wants from him. Greenlee tells David she hasn’t told Ryan about them as she needs to know what he did to her and if she is going to die first. David agrees to treat Greenlee at a secret site. Griffin reevaluates the decisions he’s been making after talking to Cara. David mocks Griffin for turning down the chance to bring people back to life for a woman; adding cryptically, a woman that he might not have a chance with anyway.

        A Closer Look: The Living Days
        On Monday, July 25, a suicidal JR has an interesting face to face with Dixie. Too drunk to realize she wasn’t just a figment of his imagination, JR thanks his mother and takes off to retrieve AJ. JR lashes out at Krystal when she’s unable to produce AJ. JR breaks down after getting physical with Krystal. Tad confronts JR who makes an odd comment about Dixie. JR mocks Tad when he appears to be taking the recent Dixie sightings too seriously. David desperately searches for Dixie. In the park, Dixie makes a run for it when Brot confronts her. Brot tells a preoccupied Jesse about the woman in the park. He takes Dixie to Oak Haven after running into her again. Dixie freaks out after being locked in a cell. JR & Scott discuss family and business. Scott tells a brooding JR he had his son until he started drinking again as AJ tells Tad he doesn’t want to see his father. JR loses his temper while trying to apologize to Marissa & Krystal for earlier. Tad pushes JR into the pool to get him to cool down. JR opens up a bit. Cut to the core by AJ’s words and actions, JR takes off on his own with a bottle of booze and Bianca soon realizes her car keys are missing. Meanwhile, as she’s being sedated, Dixie cries out “No David.” Tad goes to OH to collect his mother and momentarily freezes outside of Dixie’s door. Still reeling from the moment, back home, he questions Opal about her stay at the mental facility … as Erica runs into his not so dead ex at OH on Friday, July 29.

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        AMC ALERTS: WEEK OF AUGUST 1, 2011

        • Brot finds Bianca’s wrecked car but there is no sign of the driver, JR.
        • Jesse is conflicted on how to handle the situation with Maya.
        • Kendall’s heart has a strong reaction to the thought of her departed husband, but will Kendall leave the past in the past and take Jack’s advice about Griffin?
        • Josh Duhamel returns as Leo du Pres. Thorsten Kaye returns as Zach Slater.
        • Janet, Erica, Dixie, Marian and Annie escape from Oak Haven . Some are reunited with their loved ones. Will Dixie finally reunite with Tad?
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          AMC Recap: Thursday, July 21, 2011

          (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Thursday, July 21, 2011.

          IT HAPPENED TODAY…

          While playing Frisbee in the park with Cara, Kathy sees Dixie. She tries to show Cara the woman she just saw but there’s no sign of her.

          Not only does Griffin want to know if David’s treated other patients, he asks about Maria specifically. David wonders if he’s forgotten what he did for him and Cara. David gives Griffin a choice; either his relationship or the chance to change the world. Cara tells Ryan that Griffin did research for David after he came back from Africa during her re-occurrence with cancer and that the two men were best friends. Cara finds Griffin thinking about the time David came back into his life and she admits she just had the same conversation with Ryan. Griffin snaps, wondering what she revealed. Kendall tells Bianca that she feels like there is a firewall between her and Griffin and that Ryan thinks he’s on David’s side.

          Kendall’s happy to hear about Bianca and Marissa and tells her to go and be in love and not to get involved with her and Ryan’s plan.

          Jane overhears Jackson admit to Greenlee that the woman he loves stabbed him in the heart. He’s heartbroken but isn’t giving up on Erica. Jane is moved by his passion. Greenlee asks David why he took Erica away from Jackson and he says that since he couldn’t have her that Erica is second best admitting he’s marrying Erica partly to get back at her. Dressed in scrubs and a surgical mask Jane overhears his admission. Greenlee fakes a pain in her leg and when David touches her arm its electric and she knows how much she means to him. When David heads off he walks right past Jane who has tears in her eyes. Greenlee tells Kendall she is working David. Erica hears banging on the walls and thinks it’s a signal. Ben blows it off, saying the rooms are sound proof but Erica wonders who else is down there or if Jane is even the one calling the shots. Jane enters and says everything Erica said is true but she doesn’t know what to do.

          On the Next All My Children…

          • Erica makes a plea to Jane.
          • Jackson throws a drink in David’s face.
          • JR’s drunken state scares AJ.

           

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            Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings

            (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Ratings Report for the Week of July 11-15, 2011

            (Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

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            Total Viewers
            1. Y&R 4,614,000 (+32,000/-342,000)
            2. B&B 2,944,000 (-18,000/-251,000)
            3. OLTL 2,577,000 (-31,000/+313,000)
            4. GH 2,442,000 (+173,000/-14,000)
            5. DAYS 2,431,000 (+161,000/+36,000)
            6. AMC 2,309,000 (-103,000/-176,000)

            Households
            1. Y&R 3.3/10 (same/-.1)
            2. B&B 2.1/6 (same/-.1)
            3. OLTL 1.9/6 (same/+.2)
            4. GH 1.8/5 (+.1/same)
            5. AMC 1.7/5 (-.1/-.1)
            5. DAYS 1.7/5 (+.1/-.1)

            Women 18-49 Viewers
            1. Y&R 874,000 (-40,000/-265,000)
            2. DAYS 682,000 (+63,000/+82,000)
            3. GH 669,000 (+55,000/-99,000)
            4. OLTL 596,000 (-35,000/-30,000)
            5. B&B 565,000 (-4,000/-159,000)
            6. AMC 496,000 (-37,000/-104,000)

            Women 18-49 Rating
            1. Y&R 1.3/9 (-.1/-.4) <—- ties low
            2. DAYS 1.0/7 (+.1/+.1)
            2. GH 1.0/6 (+.1/-.2)
            4. OLTL 0.9/6 (-.1/same)
            4. B&B 0.9/6 (same/-.2)
            6. AMC 0.8/5 (same/-.1)

            Girls 12-17 Viewers
            1. B&B 65,000 (+11,000/+30,000)
            2. Y&R 61,000 (-1,000/-4,000)
            3. OLTL 37,000 (-8,000/-9,000)
            4. DAYS 36,000 (+13,000/+2,000)
            5. GH 23,000 (-9,000/-20,000)
            6. AMC 14,000 (-17,000/-29,000)

            Women 18-34 Rating
            1. DAYS 0.6/4 (same/-.2)
            1. Y&R 0.6/4 (-.2/-.4) <—- ties low
            3. GH 0.5/3 (same/-.4) <—- ties low (3rd straight week)
            3. OLTL 0.5/3 (-.1/-.1)
            5. AMC 0.4/3 (-.1/-.2)
            5. B&B 0.4/3 (same/-.3)

            Men 18+ Viewers
            1. Y&R 1,012,000 (-2,000/-33,000)
            2. B&B 623,000 (-26,000/+24,000)
            3. DAYS 524,000 (+33,000/+34,000)
            4. OLTL 485,000 (+34,000/+138,000)
            5. AMC 444,000 (-2,000/-23,000)
            6. GH 432,000 (+68,000/+4,000)

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            Day-To-Day Ratings – HH/Total Viewers

            AMC
            Monday: 1.8/2,446,000
            Tuesday: 1.8/2,446,000
            Wednesday: 1.8/2,268,000
            Thursday: 1.6/2,078,000
            Friday: 1.6/2,309,000

            B&B
            Monday: 2.3/3,185,000
            Tuesday: 2.2/3,153,000
            Wednesday: 2.1/2,909,000
            Thursday: 1.9/2,672,000
            Friday: 2.0/2,800,000

            DAYS
            Monday: 1.9/2,761,000
            Tuesday: 1.8/2,474,000
            Wednesday: 1.8/2,630,000
            Thursday: 1.5/2,088,000
            Friday: 1.6/2,200,000

            GH
            Monday: 1.9/2,572,000
            Tuesday: 1.9/2,484,000
            Wednesday: 1.8/2,386,000
            Thursday: 1.9/2,376,000
            Friday: 1.7/2,392,000

            OLTL
            Monday: 2.0/2,858,000
            Tuesday: 2.0/2,733,000
            Wednesday: 1.7/2,389,000
            Thursday: 1.9/2,462,000
            Friday: 1.7/2,443,000

            Y&R
            Monday: 3.4/4,662,000
            Tuesday: 3.3/4,703,000
            Wednesday: 3.2/4,602,000
            Thursday: 3.3/4,640,000
            Friday: 3.2/4,465,000

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            For the SEASON September 20, 2010 through July 17, 2011

            Households
            1. Y&R 3.6
            2. B&B 2.2
            3. GH 2.1
            4. DAYS 2.0
            5. OLTL 1.9
            5. AMC 1.9

            Women 18-49 Rating

            1. Y&R 1.6
            2. GH 1.4
            3. DAYS 1.2
            4. OLTL 1.1
            5. B&B 0.9
            5. AMC 0.9

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            Disney/ABC Television Group

            (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” fans can breathe a sigh of relief. After months of reports of old faces returning to sister soap “All My Children’s” for its ABC finale, “One Life” finally have something to cheer about, with two big returns of its own. This fall, Andrea Evans (Tina) and John Loprieno (Cord) will be finding their way back home to Llanview to reunite with friends and family.

            According to both Soap Opera Digest and ABC Soaps in Depth the actors, who were last seen in 2008 for “One Life’s” 40th anniversary celebration, will be returning for a brief stint beginning in September. The show is set to wrap production on its TV run in November ahead of its final ABC episode, which is set to air on January 20, 2012. It will then move production to online-only distribution.

            As for how Evans’ return will affect her recurring role Tawny on “The Bold and the Beautiful,” a spokesperson for the show reveals that “We’re thrilled for Andrea and her fans that she gets to return to ‘OLTL’ before they go off the air to reprise a role that started her illustrious career in daytime television. We’re also happy to report that Andrea remains a part of the ‘B&B’ family portraying the character of Tawny Moore.”

            In a statement issued by ABC, Evans comments that “Working with John is and always has been a pleasure. Our characters of Tina and Cord have always had an easy chemistry, and I am delighted that we will be able to bring them both to Llanview once again!” In the same press release, Loprieno adds that “Working with Andrea was one of the high points of my acting career. Her work ethic, wonderful talent and incredible sense of humor were always appreciated on the set and in rehearsal. When I think of all the times I had fun on the set or interacting with people backstage, Andrea figures prominently in those memories.”

            Evans echoed similar thoughts on her website shortly after ABC cancelled “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” back in April, stating that “I am heartbroken over the cancellations of both ‘AMC’ & ‘OLTL.’ ‘OLTL’ has been a huge part of my life & some of my oldest friends live & work in Llanview.And, if at all possible, I would love to bring Tina back home where she belongs.”

            Andrea Evans originated the role of Tina Lord in 1978. After leaving the show in 1981, she would return from 1985-1990 and again in 2008. John Loprieno debuted as Cord Roberts in 1986. Exiting the show in 1992, he would later reprise the role from 1993-97, and again in 2004 and 2008.

            No word on first airdates for either actor, nor is it known the number of episodes they are returning for.



            AMC Alerts: Week of July 25 Edition

            (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” DVR Alerts for the Week of July 25, 2011.

            ALL MY CHILDREN: DVR ALERTS

            • Monday: Erica attacks David. Janet returns. Will Dixie and JR reunite?
            • Tuesday: David assures Kendall that he’s done with Erica and she belongs to Jackson. Jesse gets back the DNA test results for Lucy. Amanda learns the results of her biopsy.
            • Wednesday: Brot runs into Dixie and takes her to Oak Haven. Jesse tells Frankie he discovered something Maya hasn’t told them. Cara offers Amanda her support.
            • Thursday: Kendall, Greenlee and Madison prepare for the Fierce presentation. David agrees to treat Greenlee. Marian and Annie return.
            • Friday: Marissa visits David in the hospital and tells him about her and Bianca relationship. AJ smacks JR and tells him he doesn’t want to see him anymore. Erica sees the dead.
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              AMC Recap: Wednesday, July 20, 2011

              (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Wednesday, July 20, 2011.

              IT HAPPENED TODAY…

              Frankie doesn’t believe Asher when he says he needs another bottle of pills because Colby lost the ones he had. Instead he’s convinced Asher is developing a serious problem. Asher threatens to find a doctor who will give him the pills. Caleb overhears Asher and Frankie and agrees his son needs help.

              JR tells Amanda he can relate to some of what she’s feeling because of his own situation. He tells Amanda that Marissa fell in love with Bianca and takes a drink from a flask. Amanda’s sorry to see that he’s drinking again and hopes he gets his act together but won’t be the one to help him do it. Caleb and Asher find JR drinking in the parlor and Caleb grabs the flask and chucks it in the garbage. He plans on taking Asher home where he belongs. An angry JR doesn’t want Asher to leave and gets nasty, telling Caleb it’s a little too late to be a father now. Asher leaves and JR pours himself another drink.

              Amanda tells JR about her biopsy but declines his offer of support should it turn out to be cancerous, saying he is the last person she would turn to for support. In tears, Amanda goes home to Opal and admits she might have cancer.

              Tad tells Cara that Dixie’s father just passed away and they must have found the journal in his stuff. Tad reads the diary and learns that Dixie always wanted the type of life she had with him. Overwhelmed, Tad needs to get away from the house. Tad and Cara head off to the park and he admits that life with Dixie was a life changer for him, made him see himself differently. He figured if she loved him than he couldn’t be all that bad. Cara doesn’t believe he was ever bad so he tells her the story of “Tad the Cad”. Dixie changed him and when they were finally able to be together, she died. Tad comes to the realization that he needs to find out who he is separate from Dixie. Cara offers to help him move on like he helped her move on from Jake.

              On the Next All My Children…

              • Kathy sees Dixie.
              • Jane is moved by Jackson’s passion.
              • Jane becomes upset after seeing a close moment between Greenlee and David.

               

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                Real-Life Husband and Wife Duo Returning to 'All My Children'

                (SoapOperaNetwork.com) – On Tuesday, ABC Daytime announced that Justin Bruening and Alexa Havins will be making a return to “All My Children” before shop closes on ABC Daytime. The duo who played Jamie Martin and Babe Carey on the ABC soap from the Fall of 2003 to the Fall of 2007 will return for a handful of episodes scheduled to air in September. Bruening and Havins met on the cast of the ABC soap in 2003 and were officially married on June 5, 2005. The couple welcomed daughter Lexington Grace into the fold on August 9, 2010.

                Bruening first aired on “AMC” in the role of the son of Tad Martin (Michael E. Knight) and Brooke English (Julia Barr), Jamie, in September of 2003. He remained with the show until August 2007. The former model has jumped into the prime-time television pool somewhat successfully since his departure from daytime television. The hunk landed the leading role on the NBC reboot of the “Knight Rider” series after a television movie reboot, also starring Bruening, of the series landed good ratings. The series aired in the 2008-2009 season before being cancelled. Recently, Bruening was set to star as the male lead in a “Wonder Woman” television series reboot for the same network. The series was dropped from contention for a time-slot in the 2011-2012 fall line-up due to excessively high production cost. The actor has guest starred on multiple prime-time series’ including ABC’s “Castle” and and CBS’ “CSI: Miami.”

                Havins, of course, played the controversial but popular Babe Carey Chandler on “AMC” from October 13, 2003 to October 8, 2007. The role of David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry) and Krystal Carey’s (Bobbie Eakes) daughter and the love of JR Chandler’s (Jacob Young) life was immediately recast. Havins was replaced by Amanda Baker no later than on October 8, 2007. Babe died after being crushed in the wreckage of a tornado protecting her son, AJ Chandler, the following year. Or did she? With her father’s project encompassing the entire canvas at the moment, one can’t rule out Babe miraculously returning in the flesh due to his machinations quite yet. Havins earned a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for her work on “AMC” in 2005. The 30-year-old actress recently landed a series regular role on STARZ series “Torchwood: Miracle Day.” Before landing the role, she had guest-starred on several prime-time series including FX’s “Rescue Me” and ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.”

                Soap Opera Network will continue to keep viewers and readers updated as we get more information on both the specific dates and length of returns for all of the returning actors. Bruening and Havins comebacks brings the total amount of actors confirmed to return to “AMC” since the news of cancellation this past April to fifteen. Only Cady McClain and Thorsten Kaye are scheduled for returns that extend to more than a handful or two of episodes.

                “AMC” concludes airing on ABC on Friday, September 23. Prospect Park has licensed both “AMC” and “One Life to Live” from ABC and is rumored to be prepared to have new episodes of “AMC” set to go by Monday, September 26. Fans are skeptical of that as numerous actors from the 41-year-old daytime drama have confirmed that they have yet to be contacted by the production company to discuss any potential negotiations. All “AMC” actors will be released from their contracts with ABC on August 31, 2011, the last day of filming.

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