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Late last week, on ABC's "Good Morning America," an excited Cameron Mathison (Ryan) announced that the production company that licensed "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" from ABC this summer, Prospect Park, had started to contact actors from his show to negotiate. Today, Prospect Park revealed to the press that they have come to terms with not only Mathison but his co-star Lindsay Hartley (Cara) to continue with the 41-year old daytime drama online.
With his character murdered only weeks after finding out he was really Todd Manning's (Roger Howarth) twin brother Victor Lord, Jr. and not the reformed rapist himself, Trevor St. John taped his final scenes on "One Life to Live" on July 22 after eight years on the show. Now that he has already left the canvas, aside from some possible flashbacks scenes, his former "One Life" co-stars take a few moments to wish him well and recall what they learned from him over the years.
"One Life to Live" fans have reason to celebrate today as a handful of the show's current cast members, including six-time Daytime Emmy winner Erika Slezak (Viki) have already agreed to make the transition with the show from ABC to online-only distribution with Prospect Park. According to Deadline Hollywood the company, which leased the rights to "OLTL" and sister soap "All My Children" in July, Slezak, along with Kassie DePaiva (Blair), Michael Easton (John), and Ted King (Tomas) will all be remaining with the show after it airs its final ABC episode early next year.

Saturday, August 20, 2011 3:47 PM EDT
You've likely heard of the big September returns like Erin Torpey, Andrea Evans and John Loprieno, but they aren't the only familiar faces coming back to "One Life to Live" in the coming weeks. A few other minor, but noteworthy characters will also be making appearances as summer turns into fall.
"One Life to Live" star Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) had many fans in attendance at last weekends "One Life to Live" Fan Club Weekend Luncheon scratching their heads when she said "I was told by our executive producer [Frank Valentini] yesterday, that on Wednesday [August 10] we tied with 'Y&R.'" Considering "The Young and the Restless" is daytime's #1 soap, we thought she may have made a mistake too, but it turns out she wasn't wrong at all.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 4:32 PM EDT
"One Life to Live" goes behind-the-scenes to ask some of Llanview's leading residents their thoughts on one of the town's most infamous characters -- Todd Manning, only to learn that "he's a bit misunderstood." But will they spill on just who is really playing Todd -- Trevor St. John or Roger Howarth? You'll have to watch to find out!

Sunday, December 24, 2006 10:22 PM EDT
ABC, CBS, and NBC are not in the the mood to show you the fantasy of daytime drama on Christmas day. The networks have decided to ignore it's female demographic, and go after the men and children in the house courtesy of Christmas specials and sports, sports and more sports.