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Lorraine Broderick
  • What Happens Next? The Answers to the Questions Surrounding ABC and Prospect Park

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    As we reported yesterday, we likely have to thank our federal government for providing the funding necessary for Prospect Park to pick up "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," which were both canceled by ABC on Thursday, April 14. The announcement that ABC would be licensing the two iconic soaps to Prospect Park was made on Thursday, July 7, but according to sources the financial deal actually came together back in May, just in time for what is said to be the deadline period for the government to hand out grant money to companies looking to invest... 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 »