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Deep Soap: Has ‘All My Children’ Been Canceled Again?

“All My Children” Cancellation Production company Prospect Park appears poised to acknowledge what has become clear: There will be no more episodes of its version of “All My Children.” TV Guide’s Michael Logan Tweeted “Is Prospect Park shelving @allmychildren too? I’m hearing big announcement planned for this Friday.” Soap Opera Digest reports that a crew […]

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Deep Soap: ‘The Young and the Restless’ Stars Tease Twists in Controversial Storylines

“The Young and the Restless” fandom is divided. Some viewers think that the recent revelation that Sharon (Sharon Case) altered Summer’s paternity test is a great twist, while others find her behavior totally out of character. Earlier this week, I spoke with Josh Morrow (Nick), Steve Burton (Dylan) and Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea) about Sharon’s […]

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‘The Young & the Restless’ Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Enhanced, Modern Image

Earlier this week, “The Young & the Restless” hosted a press junket focused on the No. 1 soap’s new cast members and new showrunners. As the show prepares to celebrate its fortieth anniversary, it is simultaneously revamping itself with updated sets and sexy new characters while honoring its history. [xfinity-record-button id=”8606010907430129112″ program_type=”episode”] Executive producer Jill […]

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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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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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