Today would have marked "All My Children's" 51st birthday, and thankfully there's a bright future ahead for the soap on ABC.

Veteran ABC executives Vicki Dummer and William Burton are out as part of major layoffs across Walt Disney Television. Duo oversaw the network's creative/business operations for "General Hospital."

Could "The Story of Soaps" lead to a soap opera resurgence? Big ratings for ABC primetime special may help wake up network executives.

ABC is proclaiming strength and consistency as it formulates an aggressive fall 2019-2020 television schedule that the network deems its most stable schedule in over a decade.

Susan Lucci says, "There is some conversation about a way to do it," when talking about bringing "All My Children" back to TV. Would you be up for a reboot?

Eight years after their cancellations, there's renewed talk of a second reboot of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," this time returning to ABC or another iteration on Hulu.

As it gets ready to launch new seasons of "Melissa & Joey" and "Baby Daddy," ABC Family recently announced that it has greenlit two new comedy pilots, "Kevin from Work" and "Tough Cookie," as part of its comedy expansion, following the second season renewal of "Young & Hungry" in September. Both pilots will go into production later this month, according to <strong>Karey Burke</strong>, Executive Vice President, Programming and Development, ABC Family.

ABC Family has given a series order to "Recovery Road," a scripted drama that follows a teenage party girl named Maddie who doesn't think she has a problem until one day she's confronted by her guidance counselor, who forces her to choose between expulsion and rehab as the best way for her to deal with her addiction problems. The series is based on the young adult novel of the same name written by author <strong>Blake Nelson</strong>.

Get ready to see some changes at ABC Family, the network that brings you “Baby Daddy,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “The Fosters,” “Melissa and Joey,” “Switched at Birth,” “Twisted,” “Young & Hungry” and more: The cable network has just named former NBC exec <strong>Karey Burke</strong> as the exec vp programming and development.