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The Revolution
  • ‘One Life to Live’ Among ‘Top TV Picks’ by ABC Affiliate, Plus A Tease?

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    ABC
    Unlike the network, which appears to be going out of its way to promote "One Life to Live" in its final months of its television run, one ABC affiliate is making the canceled soap one its "Top TV Picks of the Week." READ MORE
  • Disney/ABC Announces Over 60% Station Clearance of ‘Katie'; Talk Show Scheduled to Replace ‘GH’ in September 2012

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    As previously reported, ABC soap opera "General Hospital" will lose its coveted 3:00 PM ET/2:00 PM CT/PT timeslot beginning in September 2012 when the network hands the hour back to its local affiliates. The move will leave ABC's daytime lineup with just three hours left to program with "The View" already secured in the 11:00 AM ET/10:00 AM CT/PT slot. New talk shows "The Chew" and "The Revolution" will go head-to-head with "General Hospital" when it comes to the almighty dollar (ie. which show brings in enough income relative to cost) in a battle for the remaining two hours... READ MORE
  • ABC Moving Much of Its Daytime Operations to New York City

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    With the cancellations of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" back in April it was unclear at the time as to where their replacement shows "The Chew" and "The Revolution" would film their daily episodes. Now with "Chew" filming in New York and soon "The Revolution" set to begin filming in New York as well, Soap Opera Network has learned that ABC Daytime is shifting much of its operations to New York City including talent management and media relations. READ MORE
  • Dumped by ABC, Canceled Soaps Find New Home on the Internet

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    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
  • Clearing Up the Statements: What Will ABC Daytime Look Like in Fall 2012?

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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
  • Exclusive First Look: ‘It’s a Brand New Day’ at ABC Daytime this Fall When Network Debuts ‘Chew’ and ‘Revolution’

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    As we all know, four weeks ago Brian Frons, President, Daytime, Disney/ABC Television Group, visited the set of ABC's "All My Children" to announce the cancellation of the 41-year-old soap live and in person to cast members while also canceling "AMC's" sister soap "One Life to Live," whose cast members learned via video feed of the 42-year-old daytime dramas fate. According to Frons, with "The Chew" and "The Revolution" the network will be saving between 30-40% a week on programming costs. It's easy to see why as Soap Opera Network has your exclusive first look at the new programming... READ MORE
  • BREAKING NEWS: ABC Cancels Both ‘All My Children’ & ‘One Life to Live’

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Following months of speculation, the announcement has finally been made official today. ABC has announced plans to cancel two-thirds of their daytime soap line-up. According to reports, "All My Children" will last air in September, while "One Life to Live" will leave the air in January 2012. The move will leave "General Hospital" as the network's only remaining daytime drama. READ MORE