“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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Three current “General Hospital” actors, Michael Easton, Roger Howarth and Kristen Alderson are caught in a tug of war between ABC and Prospect Park, the production company that is reviving… More
Many of the biggest stars of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” have joined the new on-line versions of the former ABC soaps. Production company Prospect Park announced… More
Soap fans, view this as less of a Christmas miracle and more of a Festivus airing of grievances. Deadline reports that Prospect Park, the production company that infamously bought the… More
Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery) succumbed to cancer on Monday’s episode of “The Bold & the Beautiful,” as her best frenemy Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) told her a story about their complex relationship.
Three years ago, there were eight American daytime soaps. Today, there are four. The cancellations of “Guiding Light,” “As the World Turns,” “All My Children,” and “One Life to Live”… More
“General Hospital” executive producer Frank Valentini is the comeback kid. In just six months, he’s turned it into must-see TV, winning accolades from previously disgruntled viewers.
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.
Thursday’s episode of “General Hospital” was like that “Call Me Maybe”/”Somebody that I Used to Know” mash-up: the perfect blend of two very different series.
“General Hospital’s” Llanview/Port Charles baby switch went from campy fun to unpleasant when Tea’s (Florencia Lozano) baby died. I’ve said it before, and I will say it again. Daytime needs to stop killing babies.