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Susan Lucci
  • Lucci Joins Former Co-Star on Popular Lifetime Series

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    Yolanda Perez/Harper Collins
    TV Line revealed today that Susan Lucci has landed a gig on "Army Wives" which airs on the Lifetime cable network. The popular series stars Lucci's former "All My Children" co-star Kim Delaney. For at least two episodes of the sixth season of the series, which will begin airing in the spring of 2012, the daytime legend will be playing a former Army wife and a new confidante of sorts for Delaney's character, Claudia. READ MORE
  • Soap Opera Network: 10 Years of Soap Opera Discussion, News and Much More

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    Soap Opera Network
    October 8, 2011 marks the tenth anniversary of Soap Opera Network, an online magazine celebrating the world of soaps past, present and future. READ MORE
  • Eden Riegel: After the Baby, Before the Controversy

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    Thomas Montalto/Montalto Photos
    Sometimes you can't be two places at once. Thankfully, there are people willing to lend a hand. Professional photographer and sometimes writer Thomas Montalto was on hand for the annual Absolute Eden Riegel fan event last month and helped Soap Opera Network cover the event with pictures (see below) and even an interview. Unfortunately, just after this interview took place we would learn that Riegel was being let go from her contract role as Heather Stevens on "The Young and the Restless" before the actress was even told! Twitter broke the story to the actress before she was told... READ MORE
  • Entertainment Weekly Places ‘Bullseye’ on Mario Batali and ‘The Chew’

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    Ida Mae Astute/ABC
    Each week Entertainment Weekly puts together "The Bullseye," a gathering of images in which "pop culture news that was right on target" for the week comes together leading to the "events that missed the mark." For its October 7, 2011 issue, the magazine placed a "Bullseye" on "The Chew's" Mario Batali. READ MORE
  • Will Lucci, Knight and Budig Follow ‘All My Children’ to the Net?

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    ABC
    This week has been full of well deserved tributes, accolades and goodbyes to a 41-year old television institution, "All My Children." Lost in the avalanche of interviews with the actors who have contributed their talents to the popular soap opera may have been several of the shows most popular actors sharing if they have been asked to follow it to the internet and if they're willing to. The production company that has licensed their soap opera, Prospect Park, has recently stepped up talks with "AMC's" cast members locking in deals with Cameron Mathison (Ryan) and Lindsay Hartley (Cara). Where... READ MORE
  • Susan Lucci Shares Thoughts on Final Episode of All My Children

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    Thomas A. Montalto/MontaltoPhotos.com
    Susan Lucci has portrayed Erica Kane for 41-years - debuting during the shows 10 episode in January 1970 according to her book "All My Life," and along with millions of viewers across the country she watched the soap that launched her career end its run on ABC earlier this afternoon. Ever the relevant personality (despite what ABC says), Lucci shares her thoughts with her Facebook friends and followers on the final episode of "AMC" and gives some minor hope as to what lies ahead for the soap opera in the coming months. READ MORE
  • Erica Kane and ‘All My Children’ End 41-Years by Trending on Twitter

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    ABC
    After 41 years on television (41 on ABC and 11 on ABC and SOAPnet), "All My Children" has closed its final chapter in broadcast television history with an ending that may please many or anger a lot, but its ending did one thing that was impossible for a soap to accomplish just a few short years ago - tracking the reactions of viewers as it came to a close. READ MORE
  • Prospect Park Begins Official Negotiations with ‘All My Children’ Actors

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    Thomas Montalto/MontaltoPhotos.com
    This morning on "Good Morning America," commentator and long-time "All My Children" cast-member Cameron Mathison (Ryan) announced that production company Prospect Park has officially started approaching the actors on his show with offers to continue on the new version of the 41-year old daytime drama that ends its run on network television on Friday, September 23. Mathison made it apparent that he is eager to commit to the show in whatever format it takes, but are his co-stars on board? READ MORE
  • My View of Llanview: September 15 Edition

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    Soap Opera Network
    With the Prospect Park era about to begin for "One Life to Live," the show appears to be in better shape than its sister soap "All My Children." READ MORE
  • ABC Gives Final Nods to ‘All My Children’ (Updated)

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    During the next week, ABC Daytime will take part in saying goodbye to "All My Children" which has been a part of their line-up since 1970. Following is details on the scheduled events which will include "Good Morning America" dedicating a special segment to the show and "The View" dedicating an entire airing to their former neighbors. READ MORE