Susan Lucci on Possible Return to AMC: ‘We Are Going To Be Meeting in The Next Couple of Weeks’

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In a new interview with the Los Angeles Times, Susan Lucci talks about a possible return to “All My Children” as her iconic character, Erica Kane, and the possibility of hearing the character utter some expletives, which is now okay since the show is on the internet.

“Well, I don’t know, it would all depend on what they wrote for me and how organic it would be,” Lucci told the Times regarding her character cursing. “Erica Kane seemed to get her point across pretty well without cursing!” When asked what word Erica might say if it was part of the script, Lucci said, “I don’t know. I’ve never thought about it. Maybe I’ll have to think about it.”

On a possible return to “AMC,” she says, “We are going to be meeting in the next couple of weeks, all in the same room to put our books on the table and see what we can come up with.”

Lucci has a starring role in the upcoming Marc Cherry original Lifetime series, “Devious Maids,” as well as hosting duties in Investigation Discovery’s “Deadly Affairs.”

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