In the latest chapter of daytime drama surrounding the future of All My Children and One Life to Live, both canceled soaps are now being pitched to cable networks, Deadline reports.
The two shows are getting interest from cable networks to air new episodes after...
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As if soap fans haven't had enough heartbreak already, it now seems that contract negotiations will delay All My Children's move to the web by a few months, New York Times reports.
ABC's canceled soaps will live again online
AMC is set to air its last episode on ABC on Sept. 23 and was expected to hit the web just a few days later. But...
There's a new life to live online for All My Children and One Life to Live.
ABC has sold the online rights to the canceled soaps in a multi-year deal to Prospect Park, a company led by Royal Pains executive producers Rich Frank and Jeff Kwatinetz. The company is the process of finalizing the funding for an as-yet-unnamed online TV network that would feature the soaps and eventually other programming.
"We are privileged to continue the legacy of two of the greatest programs to air on daytime television, and are committed to delivering the storylines, characters and quality that audiences have come to love for over 40 years. All My Children and One Life to Live are television icons, and we are looking forward to providing anytime, anywhere viewing to their loyal community of millions," Frank and Kwatinetz said in a statement. "We believe that by continuing to produce the shows in their current hour format and with the same quality, viewers will follow the show to our new, online network."
There may be a new life to live for recently canceled ABC soaps All My Children and One Life to Live, according to The New York Post.
ABC has sold the online rights to the canceled shows to Prospect Park, a company lead by Royal Pains executive producers Rich Frank and Jeff Kwatinetz. The company is the process of finalizing the funding for an as-yet-unnamed online TV network that would feature the soaps and eventually other programming.
Longtime Beverly Hills, 90210 resident Jason Priestley will guest-star on the upcoming season of Psych, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 41-year-old actor will play a motorcycle-riding con artist who...
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