All My Children and One Life to Live are reborn with new half hour episodes on Hulu beginning April 29th. Most of the shows’ old casts will be returning.
The new webisodes will be produced by Prospect Park for The Online Network and will feature some of the original cast members of AMC including Cameron Mathison (Ryan) and Lindsey Hartley (Cara).
All My Children’s four decade long run is due to end on ABC on 9/23, but there is a silver lining: we leaned Thursday that both All My Children and One Life To Live would continue their storylines and pick up where they left off on the Internet.
The Chew (a sister program to The View), hopes to make a positive splash on the daytime TV line-up, showing that cooking and food can be an entertaining draw during what is usually held for soap operas.
I am not proud of being hooked on the soap opera ‘All My Children’ but at least I own up to it. I have been watching the daytime drama religiously since the fall of 2008, and I must admit I am completely involved in the storyline.
Before you do a complete eye roll and close out my page, I do have a confession to make—I watch ABC’s All My Children. Sue me. I wasn’t a fan of soap operas, but seemed to have fallen under the…