“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
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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
I thought 2012 would be a terrible year for soaps. It began it the darkest of places, as “One Life to Live,” the best soap of 2011, aired its final… More
Production company Prospect Park, which optioned the rights to “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” in a failed attempt to continue the soaps on the Internet, still has the legal rights to at least one OLTL character.
I thought I was prepared for this. “One Life To Live’s” final month has served as group therapy.
Robert Scorpio is headed back to “General Hospital.” Tristan Rogers will be returning to the soap in February where he will reunite with Finola Hughes, who is also reprising her role of Anna Devane.
2011 was the year that daytime soaps died — again and again and again. What will 2012 bring to daytime television? Will CBS and NBC decide to axe their surviving… More
No actor was more outspoken about the cancellation of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” than Catherine Hickland.
Merry Chrismakwanzukkah. It’s the time of the year when soap characters visit Christmas tree lots, have holiday themed weddings that would doom them to a lifetime of combined anniversary/Christmas presents if their marriages lasted, and give each other elaborate, expensive gifts. If I were Santa Claus, these are the gifts that I would give each soap.
“All My Children” Alumni Update This has been a banner weekend for “All My Children” alumni. Denise Vasi (ex-Randi) was cast in a new starring role on VH1′s hit soap… More