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  • ‘General Hospital’ Losing Its Starr, Todd and John to ‘One Life to Live’

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    According to a report by Daytime Confidential, ABC's "General Hospital" will be temporarily losing the characters of Starr Manning, Todd Manning and John McBain as Prospect Park has exercised its right to utilize the characters for its online reboot from the agreement the production company signed with the Disney/ABC Domestic Television Group, part of the Walt Disney Company, back in July 2011. READ MORE
  • WGA Confirms Reports of Deal with Prospect Park Re: ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’

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    Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens reported earlier today that an agreement between Prospect Park and the WGA (Writers Guild of America) had been made regarding online versions of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." READ MORE
  • ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Moving Forward: Prospect Park Hires EPs, Signs on Actors

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    The big news of December 2012 was word that Prospect Park was taking another stab at moving ABC's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" to the web in 2013. The news was first reported by Deadline.com's Nellie Andreeva. In her initial reporting, Andreeva revealed that Prospect Park had made agreements with the unions SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists) and the DGA (Directors Guild of America). Previously, while the company had planned on debuting the shows on the web in early 2012, no deals had been signed with either union or the... READ MORE
  • Robert Adamson Joins ‘Y&R’

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    Soap Opera Digest grants Daytime Confidential's Jamey Giddens his wish. On Wednesday, August 15, Giddens had posted a Wishful Casting report shortly after word broke that Kevin Schmidt was out as Noah Newman on CBS'" The Young and the Restless." The writer figured that Nickelodeon's "Hollywood Heights" actor Robert Adamson (Phil Sanders) would fit the role perfectly. Today the magazine reported on its Facebook page that Adamson is now heading to Genoa City! READ MORE
  • UPDATE RUMOR: Steve Burton Departing ‘GH?’

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    Daytime Confidential is reporting that ABC's "General Hospital" and Steve Burton (Jason Morgan) may part ways as the show has been unable to broker a new deal with the actor. READ MORE
  • Irizarry Responds to Claims That He’s Reason For Pause on ‘All My Children’ 2.0 (Updated)

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    On Monday afternoon, Vincent Irizarry learned of Jamey Giddens (of Daytime Confidential) rather strong implication on Twitter that lack of cooperation along with Agnes Nixon and Lorraine Broderick's "story projections" were a major reason production company Prospect Park decided to reportedly halt early production efforts to move "All My Children" to the internet. Read on to find out how the none too pleased Daytime Emmy Award winner responded to the claim on Facebook on Monday evening. READ MORE
  • Report: St. John to Return to ‘OLTL’

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    Even though his character recently wound up on the wrong end of a gun, Trevor St. John is reportedly returning to "One Life to Live" to make one last appearance before the show wraps production on its television run next Friday. READ MORE
  • Report: ‘One Life to Live’ Head Writer Ron Carlivati Heading to Prospect Park?

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    As previously reported, "One Life to Live" executive producer Frank Valentini will be taking over both "OLTL" and "All My Children" when he begins his new position as Vice President, Serial Dramas, for Prospect Park immediately following the end of production for "One Life" under the guidance of ABC. Now comes word from our friends at Daytime Confidential, who are reporting that "One Life to Live" Head Writer Ron Carlivati will be joining the show when it transitions to the web beginning in January, despite ABC declaring his move to "General Hospital" in June - weeks before it was... READ MORE