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.”
In a statement released to Soap Opera Network earlier this evening, Prospect Park co-founders Rich Frank and Jeff Kwatinetz said, “Prospect Park has been and continues to be committed to creating and delivering exceptional episodes of ‘All My Children‘ and ‘One Life to Live.’ We have overcome each and every obstacle in an effort to make this dream become a reality. Over and over again our effort to bring these shows to audiences has faced challenges, and yet we along with the actors, the writers, producers and the directors as well as our fans, have confronted and then overcome these challenges, and we have every confidence that we will prevail again. We look forward to our April 29 launch now more than ever.”
“All My Children” and “One Life to Live” premiere Monday, April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus, and iTunes in America and on FX Canada for Canadian viewers.