The Revolution was televised and nobody gave a damn. ABC's new daytime lifestyle show has been cancelled due to dismal ratings and will be gone by July. That's fab news for the network's landmark soap General Hospital which has won a stay of execution and will remain on the air into 2013.
Suds great Michael Easton brings his One Life to Live character, John McBain, to General Hospital starting March 13 and the mob may never be the same. In an exclusive chat with TV Guide Magazine, Easton gives the lowdown on McBain's bad past with Sonny Corinthos and what GH plans to do about his own wicked history in Port Charles. Don't forget, Easton once terrorized the town as that lusty vampire Caleb Morley!
TV Guide Magazine: You're one of the last people we expected to see back in Port Chuck, considering your bloodsucker past.
Easton: I know what ...
There may be life after daytime for ABC's last remaining soap opera, General Hospital, which is likely to get the ax later this year to make room for Katie Couric's new syndicated talk show.
One scenario being discussed has the drama continuing as a...
Kassie DePaiva and Roger Howarth
One Life to Live's Kassie DePaiva, Roger Howarth, Michael Easton and Kristen Alderson will soon be a part of General Hospital, where they'll reprise their characters, General Hospital executive producer Frank Valentini announced Wednesday.
Not so fast! One Life to Live 's John McBain — the broody cop played by Michael Easton — is preparing to leave Llanview in dismay this week because Natalie, the woman he loves, is about to marry Brody (Mark Lawson).
One Life to Live stars Melissa Archer, Kelley Missal, Sean Ringgold, Andrew Trischitta and Jerry VerDorn have signed deals to continue on the soap opera when it moves online.
Prospect Park, the company keeping both One Life to Live and All My Children alive after their ABC runs on The Online Network, said the deals are...
All My Children, Cameron Mathison
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 ...
Cameron Mathison, Lindsay Hartley
There's hope for All My Children, yet!
Prospect Park, the company that acquired the rights to bring All My Children and One Life to Live to the web, announced Monday that Cameron Mathison, who plays Ryan Lavery, and...
This could be the end of an era.
Susan Lucci has turned down an offer to continue starring on All My Children when the soap opera moves online, Deadline.com reports.
According to the site, Prospect Park, the company that acquired the rights to bring All My Children and One Life to Live to the Web, offered the soap vet the same salary she has been making, but...
One Life to Live stars Ted King, Michael Easton, Kassie DePaiva and Erika Slezak have signed deals to continue on the soap opera when it moves online.
Prospect Park, the company keeping both One Life to Live and All My Children alive after they ...