Will 'One Life to Live,' 'All My Children' fans watch 'The Revolution'?


On January 16 at 2 p.m., ABC debuts "The Revolution," a self help show featuring five experts who help women and couples transform their daily lives in areas of fitness, medicine, wardrobe, mental health, and environment. The network describes the show as "your daily boost." But will it be as much of a boost, entertainment-speaking, as the fallen "One Life to Live" and "All My Children," daytime staples that were canceled in favor of this less-expensive reality programming?Experts Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry (mental health), Tim Gunn (fashion), Ty Pennington (design), Dr. Jennifer Ashton (women's health) and Harley Pasternak (fitness) sure hope so, but at the Television Critics Association press day on Monday, they weren't particularly convincing."We can't replace that show," Pennington told a 'One Life to Live' fan, "but what we offer is something different. You know, ['Extreme Makeover: Home Edition'] got canceled too, and that's something that's very special to me. It's a change,...



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