The soap fandom is reeling from the surprise announcement that just three weeks after their online debuts, “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” are being cut from four new episodes a week to two.
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Three weeks into the run of the online versions of former ABC soaps “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” producer Prospect Park has decided to cut the number of episodes released each week from four to two.
Legendary soap star Jeanne Cooper of “The Young and the Restless” died Wednesday morning at the age of 84. Cooper had been hospitalized in April for an infection and had… More
“All My Children” and “One Life to Live” are back, and they are really, really good. As corny as it sounds, I, and everyone else who loves these shows, has… More
It started simply enough, when “General Hospital’s” Maxie agreed to be a surrogate mother for her best friend Lulu’s child. Now the storyline has grown into an umbrella. Maxie discovered… More
I planned to run a nice piece today on last week’s “General Hospital” event at the Paley Center. Then, Thursday afternoon all soap opera hell broke loose when Deadline broke… More
Jeanne Cooper, who plays Katherine Chancellor on “The Young & the Restless,” has been in the hospital since Friday night while she battles what has been described as an infection…. More
‘One Life To Live’ Headwriter Out; New Trailer Released In just eighteen days, “One Life to Live” and “All My Children” return. The shows will debut online at noon on… More
How do you sum up fifty years in an hour? The official “General Hospital” fiftieth anniversary episode on Tuesday did it with an episode that managed to pay tribute to… More
Tuesday, the cast and crew of “The Young & the Restless” gathered on the show’s soundstage to celebrate the show’s official fortieth anniversary with a television shaped cake, courtesy of the Food Network’s Duff, and an In & Out Burgers food truck.