OWN issued a press release Wednesday stating that, beginning on July 15, the first 40 episodes of revived soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” would be airing on the network. It’s quite a reversal from a year and a half ago when fans lobbied Oprah Winfrey to bring the then-canceled soaps to her fledgling cable network.
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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… More
“One Life to Live’s” executive producer Frank Valentini will continue to produce the show when it moves online, production company Prospect Park announced today. Valentini has managed to give OLTL… More
Every now and then, the good guys win. David slays Goliath. The 1980 U.S. Hockey team beats the USSR. Optimism prevails over cynicism. A sketchy, unsourced story in the New… More
Soap fans, start celebrating. ABC has now confirmed that it has licensed “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” to production company Prospect Park, which plans to produce the… More