Sure there's no new information on the status of "Pine Valley," the primetime reboot of "All My Children" in development at ABC but that's no reason to sit on our laurels waiting to find out what happens next.
Susan Lucci will appear on the Friday, April 30 episode of "The Dr. Oz Show." She'll be discussing vaccinations, seeing her 104-year-old mother in person, and "Pine Valley," the "All My Children" primetime reboot currently in development at ABC.
"The Locher Room" to host daytime legends for a special tribute honoring Agnes Nixon, creator of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live."
"Pine Valley" writer Leo Richardson reveals that the producer's draft of ABC's primetime reboot of "All My Children" is now complete. The potential series is awaiting an official pilot order from the network.
"All My Children" alums Kim Delaney and Alicia Minshew are open to reprising their roles on "Pine Valley," ABC's primetime reboot currently in development.
Former "All My Children" star Mark Consuelos talks for the first time about ABC's primetime reboot of the iconic daytime soap opera, tentatively titled "Pine Valley." Find out what he had to say.
Today would have marked "All My Children's" 51st birthday, and thankfully there's a bright future ahead for the soap on ABC.
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.