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.”
With word that “All My Children’s” Eden Riegel (Bianca Montgomery) was with child, you’d think that would be enough for the writing team of The OnLine Network’s popular anytime soap to handle (deciding whether to somehow write it in or to not, if even remotely possible), but now comes word that another actress is also with child!
EXCLUSIVE: Leslie Miller, host of The OnLine Network’s “MORE” series, which brings viewers behind the scenes of the popular anytime soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” along with Prospect Park co-founder, Rich Frank (her husband), chat with Soap Opera Network about the summer hiatus, the future of “MORE” and much, much more.
CNN’s Jake Tapper (“The Lead with Jake Tapper”) is scheduled to appear in an upcoming episode of The OnLine Network’s “All My Children,” it was announced today. The journalist will appear in the Monday, August 19 episode as TV investigative reporter Spencer Phillips.
“All My Children” made headlines with the oh, so steamy sex scene between Pete Cortlandt (Robert Scott Wilson) and Colby Chandler (Brooke Newton) last week, but can they replicate it this week when Cassandra Foster (Sal Stowers) is literally needing revival by the town punching bag, David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry), or when JR (Ryan Bittle) does something special for Cara (Lindsay Hartley)? You’ll have to tune into “AMC” during the weeks of June 17 and June 24 to find out, but Soap Opera Network has your first look at what’s ahead in those coming weeks!
The Wednesday, June 12 episode of “All My Children” featured a hot and somewhat controversial sex scene between Pete Cortlandt (Robert Scott Wilson) and Colby Chandler (Brooke Newton) that was so steamy that it violated YouTube’s Terms of Service. TOLNSoaps, the official YouTube page for The OnLine Network, uploaded the scene to their page only to find the message “This video has been removed because its content violated YouTube’s Terms of Service.” Viewers were advised to click on the YouTube TOS page to learn more.
On Thursday, June 6, Prospect Park put “One Life to Live” on an earlier than planned production hiatus as a result of a labor dispute between the company and the I.A.T.S.E. (International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees)/Local 52, the union representing stage workers for both “OLTL” and “All My Children,” which alleges that Prospect Park has violated its labor agreement with the union. Previously, Prospect Park planned to begin the hiatus on Monday, June 17.