As a result of OWN picking up the cable rights to the first 40 episodes of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” many wanted to know what that meant for “MORE,” the series that gives fans just that at the end of each week, or on Mondays now that it, along with “AMC” and “OLTL” will release new episodes Netflix style beginning Monday, July 1. Soap Opera Network has the answer.
Next week on all-new episodes of “All My Children,” which beginning Monday, July 1 will now be released on Mondays instead of the previously scheduled Mondays/Wednesdays, Jesse gets more than he bargained for when he comes face to face with Uri, JR tries to persuade Kyle and AJ/Miranda have a tender moment.
Prospect Park’s The OnLine Network announced earlier today its decision to release all weekly episodes of both “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” on Mondays, instead of the previously scheduled Mondays and Wednesdays for “AMC” and Tuesdays and Thursdays for “OLTL,” beginning Monday, July 1. Jeff Kwatinetz, co-founder, Prospect Park, tells Soap Opera Network via email, “The only difference is greater availability,” when asked how the change affects upcoming airdates of both soaps. “If [viewers] still want to watch one ep each day, or just an ‘AMC’ ep every Monday or Wed, there will be a new one there. If they want to watch the full weeks shows at once starting Monday they will all be there. This is completely giving MORE options to viewers. How could that be a bad thing?”
Beginning Monday, July 1, Prospect Park’s The OnLine Network will begin releasing brand new episodes of both “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” each week on Mondays. This means that instead of waiting for each Monday and Wednesday for a brand new “AMC” or Tuesday and Thursday for a brand new “OLTL,” the weeks worth of shows for both soaps will be made available each week on Mondays.
“The new schedule means that TOLN will run all episodes on Mondays, and not stagger runs of ‘All My Children’ on Mondays/Wednesdays, ‘One Life to Live’ on Tuesdays/Thursdays and ‘MORE AMC/OLTL’ on Fridays. Now viewers will be able to choose to watch one episode each day or binge view some or all of that week’s shows at once starting each Monday. Together with the MORE shows, viewers can play or save up to six TOLN programs per week—all available on Mondays – providing even more flexibility to watch anytime, and anywhere,” read part of a statement released today from Prospect Park/The OnLine Network.
TOLN is touting Mondays as “soap days, with more choices, and more flexibility.” Episodes of both soaps will continue being made available via Hulu, Hulu Plus, iTunes and iTunes Canada.
After much was made over the AllMyChildren.com and OneLifetoLive.com URLs finally being given to Prospect Park for promotional use by The OnLine Network, the company noted today that both URLs, along with its TheOnLineNetwork.com and TOLN.com, now re-direct all users to Hulu.com.
On Thursday, June 20, Prospect Park announced that they had come to a resolution to the dispute between it and the I.A.T.S.E. (International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees) New York Production Locals 52, 161, 600, 700, 764, 798 and USA829, the union representing stage workers for the soaps, which alleged that Prospect Park had violated the labor agreement with the union. Prior to the resolution, Soap Opera Network spoke with “One Life to Live” star Robert Gorrie (Matthew Buchanan) about the early hiatus as a result of the dispute, his upcoming storyline with Amber Skye Noyes‘ Michelle, being a leading man on a soap opera and how his show is helping him grow.
The OnLine Network has announced that on Wednesday, July 10, “All My Children” fans will finally get a chance to catch a glimpse of Alicia Minshew as Kendall Hart, who we recently discovered had divorced Zach Slater (Thorsten Kaye) between the end of the ABC incarnation to the current TOLN version of the soap. Minshew appeared on the set of the online anytime series on Friday, March 8, when it was announced she’d be reprising her role as the eldest daughter of Erica Kane (Susan Lucci).
After Prospect Park announced on Wednesday, June 5 that production would cease a week early on “One Life to Live,” as a result of a dispute between the company and I.A.T.S.E. New York Production Locals 52, 161, 600, 700, 764, 798 and USA829 (International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees), the union representing stage workers for the soaps, which alleged that Prospect Park has violated the labor agreement with the union, Prospect announced today that both sides have come to an agreement.
Prospect Park’s The OnLine Network has announced that beginning with today’s, June 20 episode of “One Life to Live,” all swear words in new episodes of both “OLTL” and “All My Children” have been eliminated. “AMC” episodes without swear words will begin airing on Monday, June 24.
EXCLUSIVE: Life hasn’t exactly been easy for “All My Children’s” Miranda Montgomery, and her portrayer, Denyse Tontz, revealed to Soap Opera Network that the teen’s life is about to get even crazier!
She’s got a lesbian mother, a budding crush on her childhood best friend and has no idea that she’s the product of rape. Yep, that pretty much sums up life for Bianca’s (Eden Riegel) daughter, who’s still trying to figure out who she is in the madness of her Pine Valley life. “I know she’ll be coming into her own pretty soon,” Tontz says of what’s ahead. “There’s a storyline developing that everybody is talking about, which is that she doesn’t know who her paternal dad is, so it’ll be interesting to see that develop.”