What is it about the holidays and the online versions of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live”? The plans to move the two canceled ABC soaps online fell apart the day before Thanksgiving 2011. Here we are on the day after Christmas 2012 starting this whole dance again. Last Monday, Deadline reported that […]
Soap fans, view this as less of a Christmas miracle and more of a Festivus airing of grievances. Deadline reports that Prospect Park, the production company that infamously bought the rights to ABC’s canceled soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” with plans to turn them into daily full length online programs, then […]
Three years ago, there were eight American daytime soaps. Today, there are four. The cancellations of “Guiding Light,” “As the World Turns,” “All My Children,” and “One Life to Live” left hundreds of people who worked both in front of and behind the camera unemployed. The four canceled soaps all filmed in New York City […]
“General Hospital” is new, improved, and watching it just might make your teeth whiter and your hair shinier. That was the message that the entire cast was sending at a recent ABC party for the Television Critics Association. Kelly Monaco shared why she thinks Sam should be with both Jason (Steve Burton) and John (Michael […]
“General Hospital” executive producer Frank Valentini is the comeback kid. In just six months, he’s turned it into must-see TV, winning accolades from previously disgruntled viewers.
Production company Prospect Park, which optioned the rights to “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” in a failed attempt to continue the soaps on the Internet, still has the legal rights to at least one OLTL character.
“General Hospital” Beats “The Young & the Restless” Among Young Women “General Hospital” just got some new ammunition in its fight for survival. The week of May 7-11, it was the number one show among Women 18-34, the key, hard to reach young female demographic. Granted, GH still only had a paltry 0.6 rating in […]
Todd Manning’s stay in Port Charles will be indefinite. “One Life to Live” star Roger Howarth initially signed on to bring his character, Todd to “General Hospital” for just eight episodes. Two days after his first episode aired, the soap has offered him a long term contract.
Can a daily English language telenovela work on primetime cable? Nick at Nite thinks so.
Two days after “One Life To Live” pulled off one last miracle: crafting a finale to the show that managed to satisfy most viewers despite being filmed when everyone believed the show was going to continue online.