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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- "One Life to Live" Episode Recap - Tuesday, July 19, 2011. IT HAPPENED TODAY... Todd and the man with Todd’s original face come face to face. The man with Todd’s original face demands answers....

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- "One Life to Live" Episode Recap - Monday, July 18, 2011. IT HAPPENED TODAY... Sam’s family realizes Sam’s missing from his birthday party. They discover a groggy unmasked super hero. Todd and Tomas put...

It appears that not even death can keep Gigi Morasco (Farah Fath) away from Llanview and her beloved Rex (John-Paul Lavoisier). Fath revealed recently that, even after her character's demise, "I can't say that I'm 100% done with the show." True to her word, the actress brings Gigi back to "Life" in the coming weeks when Rex needs her the most. But is it really her spirit that is seeing, or simply a product of his grieving, overactive imagination?

As we previously reported, Robin Strasser (Dorian) is leaving "One Life to Live" before the show wraps up on its television run on ABC due to reports that she was contemplating having back surgery. Having taped her last scenes on Friday, June 24, we now know when Llanview's grand dame will make her final appearance on the show.
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"One Life to Live" releases a new audition script for the contract role of "Lily" and other casting odd and ends and behind-the-scenes summer tidbits.

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — "One Life to Live" celebrates 43 years of delivering drama, passion, and romance to millions of viewers.Editors Note: I first wrote the following article in celebration of "One Life to Live's" 39th...

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) -- A look at what's happening on "One Life to Live" during the week of July 18, 2011. THIS WEEK ON: ONE LIFE TO LIVE Nate and Deanna are forced to give in to Rick's...

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — "One Life to Live" gets a last minute reprieve and will continue to air new episodes online. But will it mean that the show's second life will be as good as its...

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 in New Media. We thought it was crazy too, but we checked and it is definitely true. What we know about this deal is that upon their completion on ABC, "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" will be migrated to an as-yet-to-be-named Hulu-esque internet video service that would allow both daily soap operas to continue their storytelling for millions of online users and "be delivered with the same quality and in the same format and length," as fans have come to expect for more than forty years, according to the joint press release issued from Disney/ABC and Prospect Park. Translation: One hour per day, five days a week, 52 weeks a year will remain within the realm of reality. What wasn't clear at the time was after both soaps complete their runs on ABC, they will also conclude on SOAPnet.

It has been three months since we've learned that "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" have been canceled and would no longer be seen weekday afternoons on the ABC Television Network or weeknights on SOAPnet. It has been a truly unique period for this industry that has seen fans rallying together to try and help save shows that have become part of their everyday lives. Whispers, rumors and reports were trickling in at a record pace, often times we would find our heads spinning. Weeding through the information that we received here at Soap Opera Network, we aimed to report what we felt had the most backing or we were able to verify through various other sources. Turns out we may have had a big inside source all along.