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‘All My Children’ Ends Television Run With Highest Ratings In Four Years! First Time Soap Places 2nd in Households Since 1995!

"All My Children," aired its series finale on Friday, September 23, 2011 with its largest weekly audience in over four years (since week of August 20, 2007), its largest single day episode in more than 4 1/2 years (since the May 11, 2007 episode) and tied its highest weekly household rating in four years (since week of September 24, 2007). The canceled ABC soap managed to place second in households for the first time in 16 years (since week of July 10, 1995) and placed second in viewers for the first time in nearly seven…

James Scott Out? Not Everything Is As It Seems to Be

Earlier today, Soap Opera Digest shocked the soap world when it reported that after five years on "Days of our Lives," actor James Scott (EJ DiMera) would soon be vacating Salem after a contract dispute with show producers Corday Productions and Sony Pictures Television hit a snag, now hours later like sands through the hourglass, Scott's "DAYS" have changed.

Editor’s Notebook: ‘The Chew’ Debuts Today and I’m Pissed!

"All My Children's" replacement show "The Chew" debuts today, just three days after "AMC" aired its final episode on ABC, and I can't help myself in wishing it would just go away. No, it isn't the show or what it is all about. In a perfect world I'd care to watch it from time to time, after all we all have to cook good and healthy meals don't we? But it is the way the network went about handling "The Chew" which included non-stop advertising during "AMC's" final weeks on television along with non-stop advertising on soap…

EXCLUSIVE: Sean Ringgold Receives Contract Offer from Prospect Park, Teases ‘One Life to Live 2.0’

The 25th Annual Broadway Fleamarket sponsored by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS took place today and several of daytime's biggest stars were on hand as celebrity guests including stars from "One Life to Live" such as Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning), Andrew Trischitta (Jack Manning), Gina Tognoni (ex-Kelly Cramer), Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans), Ilene Kristen (Roxy Balsom) and even former cast member Judith Light (ex-Karen Wolek). Also in attendance was former "Guiding Light" actor Ron Raines (ex-Alan Spaulding), who is…

Susan Lucci Shares Thoughts on Final Episode of All My Children

Susan Lucci has portrayed Erica Kane for 41-years - debuting during the shows 10 episode in January 1970 according to her book "All My Life," and along with millions of viewers across the country she watched the soap that launched her career end its run on ABC earlier this afternoon. Ever the relevant personality (despite what ABC says), Lucci shares her thoughts with her Facebook friends and followers on the final episode of "AMC" and gives some minor hope as to what lies ahead for the soap opera in the coming months.

Erica Kane and ‘All My Children’ End 41-Years by Trending on Twitter

After 41 years on television (41 on ABC and 11 on ABC and SOAPnet), "All My Children" has closed its final chapter in broadcast television history with an ending that may please many or anger a lot, but its ending did one thing that was impossible for a soap to accomplish just a few short years ago - tracking the reactions of viewers as it came to a close.

Debbi Morgan Heading to ‘Y&R’ Set Next Thursday!

As previously reported, with "All My Children" wrapping production in less than a week, actress Debbi Morgan (Dr. Angela Hubbard) will be heading to CBS' "The Young and the Restless." Although her "Y&R" role has not been revealed, a CBS representative has confirmed to Soap Opera Network that Morgan will begin taping scenes beginning Thursday, September 1, which is just one day after her contract with the ABC Television Network is set to expire.

Bravo Respond’s to ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Rumors

Last Friday, I had stated on my personal Twitter account that I had been hearing reports that "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" might be heading to Bravo as a part of a cable deal with Prospect Park, which is reportedly looking for a cable network to supplement costs for its online network debuting in January 2012. Although it's taken longer than expected to get an official response from Bravo, a spokesperson has stated that "these are all just rumors."