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One Life to Live
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One Life to Live
Who hogged the most airtime in all of 2010? Steve Burton slips out of the number one slot due to competition from a relatively new co-star's record-breaking year.
Comings and Goings
on Monday, February 21, 2011 @ 11:02 PM
The Tuesday, February 22 episode of "One Life to Live" will not only give viewers their first glimpse of Andrew Trischitta as a recast Jack Manning, but it will also be the day that the ABC soap begins telling the story of bullying in America. The topic, of course, especially hits home with many children as they prepare to go to school each weekday not knowing if they will be thrown into their lockers with a wedgie or hanging upside down waiting for their lunch money to be stolen by someone bigger than them. Some of them even contemplate the prospect of suicide, which is rumored to be where the show may eventually take the storyline down the road. Wherever the show takes the story, Soap Opera Network of course will be following them every step of the way.
Behind The Scenes
on Friday, February 11, 2011 @ 9:22 PM
Today "Young and the Restless" co-executive producer Paul Rauch announced that he will be stepping down from the drama series as of Friday, April 1, which ironically enough is April Fool's Day. This of course is no joke.
on Friday, February 4, 2011 @ 11:43 PM
"One Life to Live" fans, who also happen to watch CBS' "CSI: Miami," should pay close attention to the Sunday, February 20 episode of the primetime drama as David Fumero (Cristian Vega) is set to play the role of Armando Salazar in the episode entitled "Last Stand." "General Hospital's" Robert LaSardo (ex-Manny/Mateo) is also set to return as Memmo Fiero, the man who killed Horatio Caine's (David Caruso) wife.
Ratings Report for the Week of December 6 - 10, 2010.
on Friday, October 1, 2010 @ 2:59 PM
As previously reported, Brandon Buddy is departing ABC's "One Life to Live" and now Soap Opera Network has learned the actor has finished taping his last scenes.
ABC renews its commitment to keep "One Life to Live" on the air and a part of their daytime schedule through at least 2014.
on Monday, September 6, 2010 @ 7:07 PM
Monday, September 6, 2010 at 8:07 PM ET by Errol Lewis Photo: John Paschal/JPI (SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- What did you do today? I'm sure since your favorite soap didn't air today due to pre-emptions or you were stuck with repeats of episodes you probably didn't want to watch again, you had a very productive day. Well, rest assured that you're favorite soaps return to the airwaves beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 7 with original episodes. ALL MY CHILDREN Things unfold as a dead body is discovered and suspects begin to pile up. Liza Colby makes it her mission to prosecute the culprit to the fullest...
While reports were stating Brandon Buddy is set to exit ABC's "One Life to Live" later this fall when his contract expires, Soap Opera Network was unable to confirm the news through proper channels, but sources have since confirmed that Buddy will in fact be leaving the soap in the coming months.
on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 @ 5:30 PM
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- First he has leaving, then he was staying after the actor stated that someone had hacked into his Twitter account. Well now Brandon Buddy really is leaving "One Life to Live," according to published reports. Daytime Confidential is reporting that they have learned from setside sources that the 24-year-old actor, who has portrayed Cole Thornhart since October 10, 2006, is leaving town "alive, but not exactly well" sometime this fall when his contract is up. According to an ABC representative, however, the network "does not comment on rumors." On Friday, June 18, the following comment was posted on his...
As the daytime drama continues its climb up the endangered species list, frustrated soap fans aren't the only ones starting to panic. A recent report by TheWrap states that advertisers are beginning to grow concerned as well, preferring soap operas to the talk and game shows that are replacing them.
News of the actor's alleged departure from "One Life to Live" takes an odd and unexpected turn.
Brandon Buddy decides not to renew his contract with "One Life to Live."