Darnell Williams, Debbi Morgan and Cady McClain
Production on online soaps All My Children and One Life to Live will resume on time following an early hiatus due to a labor dispute, Deadline reports.
Earlier this month...
Amid ongoing labor disputes, production on online soaps All My Children and One Life to Live will stop for an early summer vacation on Thursday, Deadline reports.
All My Children
The online versions of All My Children and One Life to Live will begin releasing two new episodes a week, down from four, starting next week, Prospect Park announced Thursday.
What does a typical day on the set of All My Children look like? Chaos, apparently.
In the exclusive clip below, AMC fans can get a glimpse at the frantic behind-the-scenes work that goes into churning out four 30-minute episodes (available on Hulu and iTunes) every week.
Attention, All My Children fans: you may not have seen the last of Erica Kane.
Asked whether she would be making an appearance on the revamped online version of the soap, Susan Lucci tells TVGuide.com, "I hope so. We're trying."
Marc Consuelos, Kelly Ripa
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, and Ripa commemorated the event by posting a picture of their Vegas wedding.
"OMG. Here it is. 5/1/96," Ripa tweeted, along with the photo.
Debbi Morgan and Vincent Irizarry
The sexed-up version of All My Children made its online debut this week and it answered the question longtime fans have been waiting almost a year and a half to know: Who did JR shoot? Read our recap to get all the dramatic details:
All My Children, One Life To Live
Today's the day! All My Children and One Life to Live made their online debuts before the sun came up in most viewers' households this morning, premiering on Hulu and iTunes at 5 a.m./ET.
If you haven't had a chance to watch the 30-minute episodes (or if you just can't get enough of them), you can check them out below.
Joanne Kelly as Myka Bering, James Marsters
Even with the clock ticking on a looming medical apocalypse, a worldwide pandemic of fatal "English Sweating Sickness" initiated by the unleashing of a magical Black Orchid thingamabob, Syfy's quirky fan fave Warehouse 13 manages to find time to crack wise about the end of the world.
"It's always 'ultimately death,'" Agent Pete (Eddie McClintock) bemoans when clued in about just how nasty the disease is that has infected the entire team and much of the rest of the planet. "Artifacts never release a plague of tickles or an epidemic of kittens." A plague of tickles: not a bad way to describe this tongue-in-cheek supernatural lark which pulls out all the guest-star stops in an eventful episode (Monday, 10/9c) by Drew Z. Greenberg that kicks off the second half of Season 4 with Evil Artie's (Saul Rubinek) life and soul also in jeopardy.
One Life to Live
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: