The OnLine Network has released teasers for week three (week of May 13 through 17) of “One Life to Live,” which premieres Monday, April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes, and FX Canada for Canadian viewers. The music is getting hotter!
Set to music by The Script (“Hall of Fame”), Prospect Park’s The OnLine Network has put online the on air national advertisement used to promote the returns of iconic soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” which both premiere Monday, April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes and on FX Canada for Canadian viewers.
With “All My Children” literally back from the dead as it gears up to re-launch on Monday, April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes, Prospect Park’s The OnLine Network has announced that it has joined forces with the Agnes Nixon Playwriting Festival at Northwestern University in order to offer students a chance to hone their craft by providing them with a chance to write a future episode of the iconic soap. As the creator of both “AMC” and “One Life to Live,” Nixon is back to in the game as a creative consultant on the reboots for Prospect Park.
ABC has announced that “All My Children’s” Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward) and Thorsten Kaye (Zach Slater) along with “One Life to Live’s” Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord) will appear on the Thursday, April 25 edition of the networks “The View.”
Hulu has released its newest video promoting the returns of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.” The video, titled “They’re Back,” gives viewers a glimpse into how much edgier, sexier, hotter and bolder each soap now is as they get closer to their online debuts courtesy of The OnLine Network.
UPDATE 11:03 AM ET: In a statement released to Soap Opera Network, Jeff Kwatinetz, co-founder, Prospect Park, says, “Brian Frons and ABC cancelled the soaps. As the people trying to save them, why on earth would we ever work with him?!?!”
PREVIOUS: According to We Love Soaps, there are rumors floating around that Brian Scott Frons, former President, Daytime, Disney/ABC Television Group, may be secretly working with Prospect Park as it gets ready to re-launch “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” ironically, two soaps he himself cancelled two years prior.
On the back cover of the newest double issue edition of TV Guide Magazine (dated April 22-May 5, 2013), those individuals who have yet to discover that “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” are now back in session will be in for a surprise when they see The OnLine Network’s advertisement in the magazine proclaiming that “America’s Favorite Dramas” premiere with new 30 minute daily episodes that can be viewed whenever they want, however they want and wherever they want via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes beginning Monday, April 29.
As first noted on our Twitter page, when pressed for comment on the news that Prospect Park had filed a lawsuit against the network over an apparent breach in their licensing agreement with Prospect Park, ABC tells Soap Opera Network, ”We haven’t seen the complaint or been served so we can’t comment.”
Shortly after word broke that Prospect Park had filed a lawsuit against ABC, Inc. over a reported breach by ABC in its licensing agreement with Prospect Park as it relates to “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” Soap Opera Network has learned that one sticking point listed in the lawsuit seems to have been rectified already.
The OnLine Network has released teasers for week two of “All My Children,” which premieres Monday, April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes, and FX Canada for Canadian viewers. Things are only just getting started!