They're back! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cameron Mathison and Sherri Shepherd will once again team up for award season, but this time they're Oscar-bound. The All My Children star, along with The View co-host will be joined by Shira Lazar and Jake Whetter to host Oscars Backstage Pass for the Academy's website and digital app. READ MORE
A former soap star who knows all-too-well what it feels like to lose a sudser recently reported on the end of One Life to Live for Good Morning America. Cameron Mathison (ex-Ryan, All My Children) produced a special package for GMA celebrating "four decades of fabulous" on OLTL. Grab your hankies, then watch the clip after the jump!
Cameron Mathison fans, get ready for the hunky All My Children star to take a trip to Wistera Lane! Mathison recently tweeted he will be doing a guest stint on Desperate Housewives. The actor went on to tell ABC Soaps In Depth his character will have a fling with Bree (Marcia Cross). According to Mathison:
I play one of Bree's lovers. We have a couple of fun scenes. I really loved working with her. She is very kind and generous. READ MORE
Things are not looking good for All My Children fans waiting for the show to relaunch on Prospect Park's The Online Network in January 2012. ABC Soaps In Depth is reporting PP will continue with One Life to Live only. The magazine revealed this shocking information on Twitter stating:
Saw this coming: Sources say Prospect Park won't be moving forward with #AMC, they've decided to focus on #OLTL exclusively. Deets soon...
Soaps In Depth elaborates further on their website:
According to our insiders, the company -- which, over the summer, acquired the licensing rights for both AMC and ONE LIFE TO LIVE from ABC -- has decided that they only need one soap opera for their new Internet channel, The Online Network. And since TOLN had gotten further along in the process with their plans for OLTL, word is that they are not moving forward with the AMC reboot. READ MORE
Cameron Mathison Hints at Possibility of Susan Lucci and Rebecca Budig on Prospect Park's All My ChildrenBy Luke Kerr on October 27, 2011
Could Rebecca Budig and Susan Lucci be a part of Prospect Park’s All My Children? In an interview with TV Guide, Cameron Mathison hinted not to count them out just yet. When asked about Budig, he responded:
“It sounds to me like she is open to the fact of trying to figure out some possibilities.”
Then he was asked about a Pine Valley without Susan Lucci’s Erica Kane, he answered:
“I don’t think we can say it’s without Susan Lucci. I really don’t. I’ve talked to Susan Lucci and Helmut and I just know it’s not a done deal. I think there is a lot more that are possibilities than are rumored out there.”
Mathison then encourages fans be patient with Prospect Park. Watch the clip after the jump!
Jacob Young may have spilled a little bit too much tea, while making an appearance at the first night of the Tribute To Pine Valley, on Oct. 25. Young, along with his All My Children co-stars Cameron Mathison (Ryan), Darrnell Williams (Jesse), Michael E. Knight (Tad), Vincent Irizarry (David) and Walt Willey (Jackson) kicked off the event at Town Hall in New York . According to Soap Opera Digest, Young informed the fans his contract at The Bold and the Beautiful is a short one, and he's cool with returning to Pine Valley, once it starts up at Prospect Park. Young said:
Let's see what these Prospect Park guys can bring to the table.