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VIDEO: Season 1, Episode 26

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Season 1, Episode 26
Paid | iTunes
Length: 24:21
Aired: 6/13/2013

Todd reels from the aftermath of what occurred outside Shelter. Matthew decides to take the next step in his on-line relationship. watch


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Free | NBC

Aired: 1/18/2005

A case is reopened when Olivia is led to the body of a 7 year-old boy (Jeffrey Ronsen), who disappeared in 1980, after receiving an anonymous tip. watch

One Life to Live: What Happened in Llanview This Week?

The revamped version of One Life to Live made its online debut this week, so what exactly went down in Llanview? (Short answer: A lot!) Let's recap:

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Leading Lady
I Love You Todd Manning
Right Where I Want Them
Jack, I Am Your Father

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More Hillary B. Smith Movies Videos

Payback's a Bitch (or One Life to Live Season 1 Finale.)
Love Is In The Air
The Snooze Test
More OLTL: Episodes 39-40

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TV Listings



Year Title Description
2013 One Life to Live TV Show Series, Actor - Nora Buchanan
2005 Palindromes Movie, Actor - Robin Wallace
2003 JoJo's Circus TV Show Series, Voice - Mrs. Tightrope
2002 It Had To Be You Movie, Actor - Bulgari Salesperson
2002 Maid In Manhattan Movie, Actor - Mrs. Lefferts

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One Life to Live: Answers to 8 Burning Questions About the Online Reboot

Are you ready to go back to Llanview?

The online reboot of One Life to Live premieres Monday, more than 15 months after the soap's broadcast finale aired on ABC. So, what should fans expect from the new version? Will it still feel like the same show or will longtime viewers feel like something is off? And will new viewers be completely lost if they start watching now? We have answers to all your burning questions:

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Prospect Park Confirms Cast for One Life to Live, All My Children Revivals

Soap fans, rejoice! Prospect Park has confirmed which cast members are returning for the One Life to Live and All My Children revivals coming to TheOnlineNetwork.com.

Over on One Life to Live, the returning cast includes: read more

Exclusive: More Tragedy for One Life to Live's Bo and Nora

Can things get any crappier for One Life to Live's Bo and Nora Buchanan? Oh, yes indeed. The fan-fave couple — played by Emmy winners Robert S. Woods and Hillary B. Smith — are currently in a mess o' trouble because their teen son Matthew killed Eddie Ford, the town psychopath, and they have yet to report it. Their intentions are good — they're trying to find the best way to help Matthew (Eddie Alderson) through the legal system — but it's a clear obstruction of justice made worse by the fact that Bo is the police commissioner and Nora is the D.A. Now they've got bigger problems: This coming week, their kid is punched in the head during an altercation with Eddie's son, Nate. On May 23, Matthew will collapse and, later, he's diagnosed as being very nearly brain-dead. Then comes word that Bo's brother Clint (Jerry verDorn) needs a new heart or he will die. You can see where this plot might go. TV Guide Magazine spoke with Woods and Smith about this tragic one-two punch for the Buchanans and — of course — that even bigger blow called cancellation.

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One Life to Live Spoiler Alert: Eddie Ford's Killer Revealed!

It's no April Fools' joke. At the very end of today's episode of One Life to Live, viewers learned that the killer of creepy psychopath Eddie Ford (John Wesley Shipp) is none other than Matthew Buchanan, the high-school junior played by Eddie Alderson. We all know Matthew's mom ...
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As you read here first, One Life...

As you read here first, One Life to Live fully intends to rouse its comatose district attorney, Nora Hanen, now that Hillary B. Smith's contract has been renewed for another year. And no OLTL fan is more pleased than the ABC sudser's head writer, Dena Higley.

"I hate [feeling like] the child of divorced parents," Higley jokingly tells TVGuide.com. "When you've got an actor and the network in some sort of legal battle, you're just sitting there going, 'What do I do?' I have my preferences, but I don't get a vote. It's just so much better now that I can go ahead and burn on [Nora's] story. What a relief!"

So when exactly will Nora wake up? "Late March or the beginning of April," Higley predicts. "I had to wait for the green light [from ABC] and we're writing really far ahead rig read more

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