New Versions of ‘One Life to Live’ and ‘All My Children’ Announce Casts

Many of the biggest stars of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” have joined the new on-line versions of the former ABC soaps. Production company Prospect Park announced today that is has signed 22 actors to the shows, with more deals expected to close in the upcoming weeks. “One Life to Live” has […]

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Deep Soap: ‘General Hospital’ Boss Frank Valentini on The Nurses Ball and ‘One Life to Live’s’ Return

“General Hospital” is red hot again thanks in large part to Frank Valentini, who became the show’s executive producer in 2012. He has brought back beloved actors, including Genie Francis, and is bringing back the show’s traditional Nurses Ball. His former soap, “One Life to Live” has just been resurrected as an online series.  As […]

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It’s Official: ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ Will Be Revived Online

After weeks of rumors and speculation, production company Prospect Park has finally confirmed that it is producing online versions of canceled ABC soap operas “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.” Company heads Rich Frank and Jeff Kwatinetz issued a joint statement announcing that they have secured financing for the shows and plan to […]

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Deep Soap: Best and Worst of the Year in Soaps

I thought 2012 would be a terrible year for soaps. It began it the darkest of places, as “One Life to Live,” the best soap of 2011, aired its final episode in January 2012. The deal to move it, and “All My Children” online had just fallen apart. All three of the networks seemed to […]

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