New Opening For ‘AMC’?

Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 6:00 PM ET by Angela Rosa

Photo: ABC

( – “All My Children’s” opening set for some changes in the coming weeks.

Are you tired of seeing long-time brunette Melissa Claire Egan as a blond in the “All My Children” opening? Does it give you a sense of false hope to see all the actors lost to the ABC soap in the past year still hanging around in the credits? Is your favorite new “AMC” character still not in the opening? There may be hope!

Last week, “AMC” actress Christina Lind (Bianca) went on Twitter to announce that the show was finally making changes to the opening including finally putting the actress who joined the soap in June in it. The actress alluded to the opening taking a whole new look when inquired further on the topic, “they kept the song…but the visual will be different.”

There has since been conflicting reports on the exact nature of the changes to the opening, when Soap Opera Network asked an “AMC” spokesperson about a potential debut date and the prospect of an updated opening versus a brand new opening we got a resounding “nothing to report at this time.” Take that how you will.

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