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In the press release announcing the season one finales of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," Prospect Park's The OnLine Network (TOLN) also announced "that future seasons of the shows will benefit from the launch of a new, user-friendly web portal and app that will make it even easier for fans to connect with their favorite characters and will take their level of interaction to a whole new level." So what does that even mean?
Prospect Park's The OnLine Network (TOLN) announced today that "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" will conclude their first seasons in the coming weeks. Per the network, "OLTL's" season will conclude on Monday, August 19 and "AMC's" will conclude on Monday, September 2. TOLN has also announced that future seasons of both soaps will benefit from the launch of a new, user-friendly web portal and app that will make it much easier for fans to connect with their favorite Llanview and Pine Valley citizens, which will help take them to a new level of interaction.
Prospect Park's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" have shown ratings growth in their second week (week of July 22) airing on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, reports TV Media Insights. During their debut week (week of July 15), which included the airing of the first six episodes, "AMC" averaged approximately 124,000 viewers and "OLTL" averaged approximately 113,000 viewers. In week two, which included the airing of episodes seven through ten, both soaps increased their viewership with "AMC" averaging 151,000 viewers and "OLTL" averaging 155,000 viewers.
"Who are you, who are you, who are you? Why are you doing this to me?" says a frantic Dani to the man she thought was dead on The OnLine Network's (TOLN) "One Life to Live," which along with "All My Children" made its cable network debut on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network on Monday, July 15. For millions of potential viewers out there who have yet to view either soap on the internet via Hulu, Hulu Plus or iTunes, they are now being re-introduced to both soaps from the beginning as OWN signed a deal with Prospect Park (owner of TOLN) late last month to air the first 40 episodes of the current incarnations of both "AMC" and "OLTL." OWN is billing the airings as the "OWN Summer Soap Fling."
As previously reported, OWN has picked up the first 40 episodes of both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" for what they are billing as the "OWN Summer Soap Fling." Episodes begin airing today, July 15. The launch of both soaps will consist of 3 repeat episodes each day and a "brand new" episode airing in each soaps regularly scheduled timeslot (1:00 PM ET/PT for "AMC"; 3:00 PM ET/PT for "OLTL"), according to recently released TV listings and an OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network representative. Actual new episodes of both soaps will continue to release on Mondays via Hulu, Hulu Plus, iTunes and iTunes Canada.
"I heard you! You posted, you tweeted, you Facebook'd, and I listened and now they're here!" exclaims Oprah Winfrey in a new promo released by The OnLine Network and OWN promoting the launch of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," which will have a summer fling with the cable network beginning Monday, July 15. "Pine Valley, Llanview, Victoria Lord, Adam Chandler, Angie and Jesse...ALL of your favorites. We're having a summer fling with the soaps," she continued.
OWN announced today plans to air a mini-marathon of its summer fling consisting of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live."As previously reported, both "AMC" and "OLTL" will join the OWN lineup airing Mondays through Thursdays. However, on Monday, July 15, both soaps will launch with a marathon of back-to-back half-hour episodes airing in different timeslots. The first three episodes of "AMC" will air from 12:00-1:30 PM ET/PT, with the third episode repeating at 1:30 PM ET/PT. From 2:00 PM-3:30 PM, "OLTL" will air its first three episodes with the third episode repeating at 3:30 PM ET/PT.
Beginning today, July 1, The OnLine Network has begun releasing episodes of both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" Netlfix style with Mondays now known as "Soap Mondays," where each week the company will post to both Hulu and iTunes new episodes of each soap and "MORE" on Mondays. In addition, episodes will now be published by episode number instead of by weeks as had been the case since the shows launched in late April.
As a result of OWN picking up the cable rights to the first 40 episodes of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," many wanted to know what that meant for "MORE," the series that gives fans just that at the end of each week, or on Mondays now that it, along with "AMC" and "OLTL" will release new episodes Netflix style beginning Monday, July 1. Soap Opera Network has the answer.
Next week on all-new episodes of "All My Children," which beginning Monday, July 1 will now be released on Mondays instead of the previously scheduled Mondays/Wednesdays, Jesse gets more than he bargained for when he comes face to face with Uri, JR tries to persuade Kyle and AJ/Miranda have a tender moment.