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'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' Set Online Premiere Date

The revived ABC soaps will debut new half-hour episodes daily on Hulu and iTunes. //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/_0FlEfAslsY/story01.htm

'One Life to Live,' 'All My Children' casts confirmed for spring returns

The Online Network's revivals of ABC's canceled soaps "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" have revealed their returning cast members, but there are still a few big names missing: including Susan Lucci.There's a chance more familiar faces will be added as the shows ramp up production for a spring launch, but the newly confirmed cast members assembled for a promotional photo shoot are..."All My Children":Sal Stowers as Cassandra FosterEric Nelson as AJ ChandlerDenyse Tontz as Miranda MontgomeryJordan Lane Price as Celia FitzgeraldRyan Bittle as JR ChandlerEden Riegel as Bianca MontgomeryCady McClain as Dixie CooneyRay MacDonnell as Dr. Joe MartinDavid Canary as Adam ChandlerHeather Roop as Jane McIntyreFrancesca James as Evelyn Johnson"One Life to Live":Robert Gorrie as Matthew BuchananLaura Harrier as Destiny Evans"One Life to Live" was already far ahead in the casting game having already announced the return of Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord Buchanan), Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord), Tuc Watkins (David Vickers), Robert... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/02/one-life-to-live-all-my-children-casts-confirmed-for-spring-returns.html

Robin Strasser Dishes Her Return to One Life to Live

Robin Strasser is once again a wanted woman! The legendary, Emmy-winning diva recently announced via Twitter that she will come back to One Life to Live as Dorian Lord when the soap finds new life later this year on the Internet. Naturally, TV Guide Magazine wasted no time scoring an exclusive chat! //www.tvguide.com/News/Robin-Strasser-One-Life-to-Live-Return-1059363.aspx?rss=breakingnews

General Hospital Actors May Head Back to One Life to Live

Some more familiar faces might be returning to One Life to Live for the soap's upcoming online revival — but is that bad news for General Hospital fans? //www.tvguide.com/News/General-Hospital-Actors-One-Life-to-Live-1059345.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Is She Really Returning 'One Life To Live'?

Erika Slezak has reportedly joined the cast of Prospect Park's " One Life to Live " revival. According to Showbiz 411, Slezak and co-stars Jerry verDorn (Clint Buchanan) and Robert S. Woods (Bo Buchanan) have signed a deal to return to "One Life to Live" when it's revived on The Online Network . A rep for Prospect Park said they could not confirm the report and a request for comment from Slezak's rep was not immediately returned. The trio would join Robin Strasser, who plays Dorian Lord on "One Life to Live," in returning to the revived soap. Strasser took to Twitter to announce her involvement . "One Life to Live" signed off ABC in January 2012 and was supposed to move online with "All My Children." However, the plans were scrapped and the shows remained in limbo for almost a year until Prospect Park announced it had reached new deals and secured the proper funding to bring the soaps back to life . Production is expected to begin in February 2013. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/VfQDPXnLRvo/erika-slezak-one-life-to-live-revival_n_2498113.html

The Online Network confirms 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' revivals

Soap opera fans rejoice! Prospect Park has announced that long-running soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" will return with new episodes on the company's The Online Network.Prospect Park heads Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank announced via press release that production on the two soap operas would resume in February 2013. Agnes Nixon, the creator of both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," has joined with the production company in the revival and has a consulting agreement.The confirmation of the soap operas' return -- which has been a possibility since Prospect Park gained the licenses for the shows in 2011 -- hinged on guild agreements, financing and the hiring of a production staff. The new press release makes it clear that all of these particular hurdles are in the past.There is no word yet about whether or not the soaps' stars will return to the new productions. Similarly, the... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/01/the-online-network-confirms-all-my-children-and-one-life-to-live-revivals.html

'One Life to Live' Nabs New Executive Producer for Online Revival

Jennifer Pepperman, who was a coordinating producer on the soap opera before it was canceled by ABC, will reportedly serve as a showrunner for the resurrected show. //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00056707.html

'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' Will Return With New Format, Hire Fi-Core Writers

Words are, the soap operas will produce four half-hour episodes a week with limited advertising and the producers will use financial core writers. //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00056621.html

'All My Children' & 'One Life to Live' Poised To Rise Again

"All My Children" and "One Life to Live" are back on track for online revival , according to Deadline.com. The canceled soaps were supposed to move online via a deal with Prospect Park after their tenure on ABC ended, but those plans were scrapped due to difficulties in moving a TV production to the web. However, a spokesperson for SAG-AFTRA, the soaps actors' union, confirmed that they have reached an agreement with Prospect Park regarding the revivals. Deadline.com reports Prospect Park has signed a deal with DGA and production is set to begin in early 2013. When reached for comment, a spokesperson for Prospect Park told The Huffington Post there was nothing to report regarding "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/1ppDdIE4iQ8/all-my-children-one-life-to-live-revival-prospect-park_n_2318018.html

ABC talks soaps: No plans to revive 'All My Children' or 'One Life to Live'

After canceling longtime favorites "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," leaving "General Hospital" as their sole scripted daytime show, ABC doesn't exactly have the best reputation with soap opera fans. When ABC President of Entertainment Paul Lee sat down to talk to the press at Friday's Television Critics Association Press Tour, he addressed his feelings about soaps -- and suggested that perhaps the daytime soaps are being eclipsed by their primetime counterparts.After Lee referred to the new Sunday night horror show "666 Park Avenue" as a "delicious soap," a reporter asked him about his tendency to use the term "soap" in a complimentary fashion, whereas other execs sometimes use it in a more derogatory fashion. Lee says that soaps tend to rake in more money from advertisers. "We tend to be able to sell it more aggressively around the world because it's appointment television," he explains, noting that he began his career producing... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/07/abc-talks-soaps-no-plans-to-revive-all-my-children-or-one-life-to-live.html