Earlier this month, the soaps both went on hiatus 11 days earlier than scheduled as Prospect Park and I.A.T.S.E. dealt with a labor despite regarding pay rates for the show's stagehands and technicians. Although there were reports that production on the two soaps would move to another state, they plan to stay in Connecticut and go back to work on Aug. 12 as planned.
"We thank the entire IATSE organization for their continued support in bringing these shows to fans, and we especially appreciate the efforts of Chaim Kantor and John Ford and our entire crew for helping us to move forward as a unified team," Prospect Park's Jeff Kwatinetz said in a statement.
With All My Children and One Life to Live going back into production on time, there will be no interruptions for both soaps when they air online.