All My Children Online Put on Hold — Is Susan Lucci to Blame?
Is Susan Lucci the reason why All My Children's online spin-off has been put on hold?
"This is simply untrue and not the case," the 64-year-old actress wrote on her Facebook page. "I want my fans to know the truth."
Is All My Children still headed for the web?
News broke earlier this month that Prospect Park, the company behind the online productions of both All My Children and One Life to Live, decided that it only needed one soap to launch The Online Network.
"There has been miscommunications as a result of statements in the press that I am one of the reasons that All My Children is not moving forward," Lucci posted. "We have been in discussions since Prospect Park first expressed interest in moving the series online, and in correspondence dated Sept. 8, I made it clear that I would be ecstatic to be a part of All My Children in a prominent way if they committed to producing the series for another year."
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Lucci went on to explain that she has not heard from Prospect Park since then. "In fact, I learned of their decision not to proceed with All My Children at the same time you did, through the media," she said.
There was no immediate response from Prospect Park.