"All My Children" Episode Recap - Thursday, September 15, 2011.
When the 15th annual Prism Awards are handed out later this month in Los Angeles, two of daytime's leading drama series will be honored for recent storylines involving drug abuse and lung cancer. Both "One Life to Live" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" will be recognized at this year's ceremony for the awards, which "honors the creative community for accurate portrayals of substance abuse, addiction and mental health in entertainment programming."
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?
"General Hospital" DVR Alerts for the Week of September 19, 2011.
"One Life to Live" DVR Alerts for the Week of September 19, 2011.
"All My Children" DVR Alerts for the Week of September 19, 2011.
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."
"One Life to Live" Episode Recap - Wednesday, September 14, 2011.
"All My Children" Episode Recap - Wednesday, September 14, 2011.
"General Hospital" Episode Recap - Wednesday, September 14, 2011.
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.
On September 26, "All My Children" will be replaced on ABC Daytime by a lifestyle program - with a focus on food - titled (arguably in poor taste) "The Chew." Early this morning, Entertainment Weekly revealed that CBS Daytime reached out to several actors from the cancelled ABC drama to assist them in some interesting counter-programming beginning on September 26.