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

    Thomas A. Montalto/Montalto Photos
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    Thomas A. Montalto/Montalto Photos
    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
  • Too Crazy to Be True, Too True to be Crazy: ‘AMC’ and ‘OLTL’ Live On Beyond ABC

    Disney Enterprises
    Disney Enterprises
    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... READ MORE
  • Dumped by ABC, Canceled Soaps Find New Home on the Internet

    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Disney/ABC Television Group
    (SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” may be ending their four decades’ long run on ABC in September and January respectively, however it won’t be the end of the road for either of the long-running, iconic daytime drama series. In a shocking development, upstart television, film, and music company Prospect Park… Read More » READ MORE
  • St. John to Fans: ‘OLTL’ to ‘Press on Without Me’

    Donna Svennevik/ABC
    Donna Svennevik/ABC
    While it remains to be seen if his character is really Todd Manning or an imposter, after nearly a decade in Llanview, Trevor St. John announces on his official blog that he is leaving the show later this summer, stating that "One Life to Live" has chosen not to renew his contract as the show prepares to wind down production this fall. READ MORE
  • The ‘Gossip’ is True: Amanda Setton Returns to ‘OLTL’

    Albert L. Ortega/WireImage
    Albert L. Ortega/WireImage
    As we first reported last night, thanks to a tweet from a "One Life to Live" crew member, it was looking as if Amanda Setton, who currently plays Penelope Shafai on "Gossip Girl," was making her way back to Llanview as the former stripper and Buchanan wife Kimberly Andrews. This afternoon, both Soap Opera Digest and ABC Soaps in Depth confirmed the news, stating that the actress was indeed returning to Llanview. READ MORE
  • The ‘Write’ Stuff: Ron Carlvati Leaves Llanview for Port Charles

    ABC
    ABC
    After fifteen years of working in various positions on the "One Life to Live" writing staff, including serving as the show's head scribe for the last three years, ABC has announced that Ron Carlivati will be joining "General Hospital" as a script writer. The move will fulfill the remainder of the three-year contract Carlivati signed with the network last September. A similar two-year deal was hammered out at the time with "One Life" Executive Producer Frank Valentini. READ MORE
  • ‘Days of our Lives’ Executive Producer Gary Tomlin Fired!

    Corday Productions, Inc.
    Corday Productions, Inc.
    After a week of unconfirmed (by the show) firings of numerous actors, NBC's "Days of our Lives" has now fired its co-executive producer, Gary Tomlin. The news was first reported by TV Guide Canada's Nelson Branco on Twitter. News of Tomlin's firing comes on the heals of last months firing of head writer Dena Higley and the recent firings of actors Crystal Chappell (Carly Manning), Louise Sorel (Vivian Alamain), Bren Foster (Quinn Hudson), Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe Lane), and Tamara Braun (Taylor Walker). READ MORE
  • Clearing Up the Statements: What Will ABC Daytime Look Like in Fall 2012?

    Disney/ABC Television Group
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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    After news broke today that ABC would be bumping "General Hospital" from its long time 3:00 PM ET/2:00 PM PT timeslot beginning in September 2012 in favor of a new Katie Couric talk show, the network was forced to calm the nerves of fans who are still reeling from the cancellations of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Unfortunately, the network is just delaying the inevitable to placate fans from believing that their favorite soap could be next. READ MORE
  • Agnes Nixon Promises ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Will Live on Post ABC

    Rick Rowell/ABC
    Rick Rowell/ABC
    Agnes Nixon, creator of the recently cancelled ABC daytime soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," makes a generous donation to the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication (ASC), to ensure that both shows, along with the defunct soap "Loving" (another of her creations), will never be forgotten. READ MORE
  • NBC Takes Attention Off of ABC Upfront With Clever Advertising Platform

    Soap Opera Network
    Soap Opera Network
    Long before ABC's Upfront presentation got underway at around 3:45 PM on Tuesday, May 17, when invited guests began scuttling into the Avery Fisher Hall, the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) looked to take attention off of the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) by promoting its new fall programming with a rotation of more than a dozen Grayline and CitySearch NYC buses that were filled with wide open spaces or a lack of passengers in this case. While the seats may have been empty, no one could miss the colorful brand making its presence known while its competitor seeks a piece... READ MORE