100 Pages A Day: The Genre Isn’t A Silly Little Genre

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“It’s such a great opportunity for people to see how good these actors can be and that the genre isn’t a silly little genre. It’s actually a very valid form of storytelling where actors are really doing amazing work,” says “All My Children” actress Cady McClain (Dixie Martin) in the newest Hulu video promoting the returns to Pine Valley and Llanview (“One Life to Live”), entitled “100 Pages a Day.”

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The video helps push home the point that soaps, with their near 100 pages worth of scripts each day, are one of the hardest pieces of television art an actor can perform in.

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