Last night at the Z100 relaunch party celebrating the returns of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" at the iHeart Radio Theater, fans were treated to a Q&A session and meet and greet with "AMC's" Thorsten Kaye (Zach Slater) and Cady McClain (Dixie Cooney) as well as "OLTL's" Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan), Corbin Bleu (Jeffrey King) and Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord).

As evidenced by the first episode of "One Life to Live," life in Llanview has continued long after the soap ended its ABC run in January 2012. No, we don't mean that the soap has jumped ahead five years as sister soap "All My Children" has done in order to progress its storylines, we mean characters didn't just walk upstairs to the attic and kept silent and still while the millions of fans mourned their reported last breaths. Scheduled to re-launch on Monday, April 29 via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes, the soap is about to take things higher with the opening of Blair's new night club, Shelter, as the backdrop to getting things moving once more.

ABC has announced that "All My Children's" Vincent Irizarry (David Hayward) and Thorsten Kaye (Zach Slater) along with "One Life to Live's" Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord) will appear on the Thursday, April 25 edition of the networks "The View."

On the back cover of the newest double issue edition of TV Guide Magazine (dated April 22-May 5, 2013), those individuals who have yet to discover that "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" are now back in session will be in for a surprise when they see The OnLine Network's advertisement in the magazine proclaiming that "America's Favorite Dramas" premiere with new 30 minute daily episodes that can be viewed whenever they want, however they want and wherever they want via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes beginning Monday, April 29.

Florencia Lozano's Tea Delgado is given the honor of saying the first curse word in the newly released "First Day of School" behind the scenes video by The OnLine Network, set to music by Raphael Lake/Ben Fisher with their song "Light It Up," which was recently uploaded as an iTunes exclusive. In character, Lozano yells at Robert Gorrie's Matthew Buchanan on why he let her daughter do...

On April 14, 2011, ABC sent shock-waves throughout the daytime industry when it announced it had decided to cancel "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Now two years to the day since that announcement, both soaps are in the process of not only returning to television but also to the world wide web courtesy of Prospect Park.

For more than 43 years ABC's "One Life to Live" entertained millions of viewers each and every weekday, week after week, year after year. Sadly, the network canceled the soap in 2011 and the series aired its then final episode in January 2012. Now, in anticpation of its return on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes on Monday, April 29, The OnLine Network has released a recap of the series as hosted by Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord Buchanan).

Since it was first announced that Prospect Park's The OnLine Network was looking to once again revive "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," after they were canceled by ABC in 2011, it has been said that the company planned to take the shows into a sexier and edgier environment. In a recent teaser released by iTunes for its launch of the two soaps, Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord, "OLTL") is heard saying, "My agent said, 'What do you want in this contract?' I said, 'No nudity!" Fans shouldn't expect anything too racy on either show as Prospect Park co-founder Rich Frank admitted to Michael Maloney, Contributing Editor at Bauer Publishing for Soaps In Depth, in an interview with Variety. "We are going to be a little hotter and sexier," said Frank. He added, "That doesn’t mean we’ll be doing anything that’s offensive. We’re trying to be contemporary and have storylines that are relevant to people’s lives.”

When "One Life to Live" returns next month, things won't exactly going well for at least one longtime Llanview resident. According to "OLTL" Co-Head Writer Thom Racina, technology and tough economic times may have finally caught up with the town's matriarch Victoria Lord (Erika Slezak) and her family's newspaper The Banner.

"One Life to Live's" longest serving cast member Erika Slezak (Viki) has released a new statement on her official website saying that Prospect Park is "working very hard to get everything right" for the online version of the long-running soap and says that cast and crew are "hoping for our former audience to return and continue to enjoy and for our new audience to get to know us."

Ok, all you Roger Howarth (Todd Manning) fans: There may be a lot of brouhaha surrounding the beloved soap star’s status with “General Hospital” at the moment, but you can breath a sigh of relief when it comes to “One Life to Live”: He’s definitely making an appearance in Llanview, and here are the new photos to prove it!

As the old saying goes, a happy employee is a productive employee. And that must be a mantra Prospect Park believes in. According to the actors who have signed on to the serial dramas, “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” the production company — headed by Jeff Kwatinetz and Richard Frank — has batted a thousand when it comes to being respectfully in charge. And the end result, as the performers preview, is pure magic.

Last week, Soap Opera Network featured a Center Stage interview with “One Life to Live’s” legendary veteran, Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord). She opened up about the future of ‘OLTL,’ working with the fresh, young faces on the show, and what it’s been like to have show creator Agnes Nixon back at the helm. And this week, we’re revealing how she feels about Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord), what it’s like working with Roger Howarth (Todd Manning) versus working with Trevor St. John (Victor Lord), and who she’d like to see return to Llanview!

With six Outstanding Lead Actress Daytime Emmy Awards under her belt — or rather, on her shelf — “One Life to Live’s” Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord) is one woman to be respected. So when she says TOLN’s version of the iconic show she’s been a part of for more than 40 years is going to be stellar, you’d damn well better believe her!

As previously reported, singer/actor Corbin Bleu has joined the cast of TOLN's "One Life to Live" in the contract role of Jeffrey King. The actor released the following statement to his 338,000+ Facebook followers: "I'm very excited about joining the "One Life to Live' family and beginning a new chapter in the shows long history. I can't wait to meet the entire talented cast & crew and begin filming at 'One Life to Live."

TOLN's "One Life to Live" announced today that "High School Musical" star Corbin Bleu (as Chad Danforth) has joined its cast in the contract role of Jeffrey King. The character is described as a " brilliant young reporter who moves to Llanview to work for publisher, Victoria Lord (Erica Slezak) at Llanview’s newspaper, The Banner." Soap Opera Network first brought you word on the character being part of the Banner family back on February 19. According to TOLN, the character is a friend of Matthew Buchanan (Robert Gorrie) and Danielle Manning (Kelley Missal).

Amongst the news of TOLN setting a premiere date for both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," the network also formally announced that Roger Howarth had joined the cast of the online reboot of "OLTL" as his character Todd Manning. Previously, Soap Opera Network had reported the news through official word by representatives for the actor and via "OLTL" co-star Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord Buchanan). Howarth will begin filming at the Stamford, CT studio of the soap on Monday, March 18. He will join the full cast of the soap for four weeks before returning to ABC's "General Hospital." It is understood that "OLTL" will complete filming its first batch of episodes (reportedly 40) on Friday, April 12. "AMC" will resume production on Monday, April 15, according to "AMC's" Debbi Morgan (Angela Hubbard).

The OnLine Network (TOLN) has confirmed the following stars who have joined the cast of “One Life to Live.”

As Prospect Park continues casting for the upcoming online rendition of "One Life to Live" under the promise of blending "new themes, fresh stars and youthful energy," the soap is making some alterations to a previously released casting call for a "charming" new character.

Although her name was among fifteen "One Life" cast members listed in a press release last week from Prospect Park as joining the online version of "OLTL," Erika Slezak (Viki) confirmed the news today with a statement on her official website. Telling fans that she is "pleased" to join the upcoming online version of the show when production begins "near the middle of March," the six-time Daytime Emmy winner says the new show will be "an exciting and groundbreaking adventure" and that she hopes fans will tune in.