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All My Children
  • Cady McClain Returning to ‘AMC’ to Usher Out Another Canceled Soap?

    ABC
    ABC
    Earlier today, Soap Opera Digest posted breaking news on their website when they reported that actress Cady McClain would be returning to ABC's "All My Children" in the role of Dixie Cooney. Shortly afterward, Soaps in Depth posted their own version of the news. Who to believe? At this point, it doesn't matter as long as Dixie's back! Then again, Cady did return in early 2010 when Dixie, who died via poisoned pancakes (what were the writers thinking?), and her ghost/spirit was used to usher out Palmer Cortlandt, who had "died" on the soap a few months after his... READ MORE
  • Disney Insider: ‘SOAPnet: We’re Not Done With You Yet’

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Could the incompetence of a network executive get any uglier? Why yes, it can! The latest in a series of blunders by Brian Frons, President, Daytime, Disney/ABC Television Group, since the announcement that he has decided to "evolve" ABC Daytime by canceling "All My Children and "One Life to Live" by replacing them with "The Chew" and "The Revolution," while sticking his foot in his mouth in interview (Deadline.com), after interview (Entertainment Weekly), after interview (The Wrap), comes a scathing report by another Disney Insider that paints Frons as an executive without much imagineers (Disney speak for imagination). READ MORE
  • BREAKING NEWS: ABC Cancels Both ‘All My Children’ & ‘One Life to Live’

    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Following months of speculation, the announcement has finally been made official today. ABC has announced plans to cancel two-thirds of their daytime soap line-up. According to reports, "All My Children" will last air in September, while "One Life to Live" will leave the air in January 2012. The move will leave "General Hospital" as the network's only remaining daytime drama. READ MORE
  • ABC Confirms Broderick as ‘AMC’s’ New Head Writer, But Show Not Safe

    ABC Confirms Broderick as ‘AMC’s’ New Head Writer, But Show Not Safe

    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — As we reported on Saturday, April 2, ABC has now confirmed to Soap Opera Network that Lorraine Broderick has been named head writer of 41-year-old "All My Children." Broderick replaces David Kreizman and Donna Swajeski, whose contracts were not renewed by the network. Unfortunately, Broderick's escalation to the top writing position does not… Read More »

  • Robert S. Woods Recieives Humanitarian Award

    Donna Svennevik/ABC
    Donna Svennevik/ABC
    "One Life to Live's" Robert S. Woods (Bo) will be among those honored at HeartShare Human Services of New York's Annual Spring Gala on Thursday, March 24. Woods will be honored withThe Linda Dano Heart Award for his support of the organization, which is "dedicated to improving the lives of people in need of special services and support." READ MORE
  • The 2010 Daytime Airhog Awards

    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Who hogged the most airtime in all of 2010? Steve Burton slips out of the number one slot due to competition from a relatively new co-star's record-breaking year. READ MORE
  • Ratings: New Low In Women 18-49 Viewers For OLTL

    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Ratings Report for the Week of December 6 - 10, 2010. READ MORE
  • This Week in Soaps: What Will Happen, What You Can’t Miss

    This Week in Soaps: What Will Happen, What You Can’t Miss

    Monday, September 6, 2010 at 8:07 PM ET by Errol Lewis Photo: John Paschal/JPI (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — What did you do today? I'm sure since your favorite soap didn't air today due to pre-emptions or you were stuck with repeats of episodes you probably didn't want to watch again, you had a very productive day. Well,… Read More »

  • Jack Wagner Joins ‘Dancing with the Stars?’

    Gilles Toucas
    Gilles Toucas
    Just days before next cycle's "Dancing with the Stars" cast is announced during Monday's episode of ABC's "Bachelor Pad," comes word that actor Jack Wagner, who portrays Nick Marone on CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful," is rumored to be joining the cast in the upcoming 11th season of the hit ABC reality-competition series. READ MORE
  • Advertisers Mourn Alongside Soap Fans

    Formatted by Soap Opera Network
    Formatted by Soap Opera Network
    As the daytime drama continues its climb up the endangered species list, frustrated soap fans aren't the only ones starting to panic. A recent report by TheWrap states that advertisers are beginning to grow concerned as well, preferring soap operas to the talk and game shows that are replacing them. READ MORE