If soap opera characters can come back from the dead, why not the soaps themselves? After a highly hyped false start in 2011, production company Prospect Park is closer than ever to resurrecting ABC's All My Children (which went off the air in September 2011) and One Life to Live (which wrapped its run January 2012) and present them on a new Internet site, the OnLine Network.
At least two familiar faces will be returning to Pine Valley for the planned online reboot of All My Children.
Vincent Irizarry, who plays Dr. David Hayward, posted on his Facebook page last week that he had officially signed on for the show, which is being revamped by Prospect Park.
Smallville's Justin Hartley and his soap star wife Lindsay Hartley are getting a divorce after eight years of marriage, TMZ reports.
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Lindsay filed papers in Los Angeles County Superior Court last week, citing "irreconcilable differences." She is asking ...
All My Children has already left the TV airwaves, but are the residents of Pine Valley headed for a more permanent (and unexpected) ending?
Plans to continue the ABC soap online in 2012 have been put on hold, ABC Soaps In Depth reports.
All My Children: How did it all end?
Prospect Park, the company behind the online productions of both All My Children and One Life to Live, has decided that it only needs...
The online home that will air new episodes of All My Children and One Life to Live finally has a name: The Online Network.
The Online Network, or TOLN (how long was this brainstorming session?), will launch in January with first-run entertainment and lifestyle shows, Prospect Park, the company that acquired ...