Great news All My Children lovers, Cameron Mathison and Lindsay Hartley have both signed on to stay with the show when it moves to the Internet and other platforms. Prospect Partk announced the news in a press release today. This news comes on the heels of AMC star Alicia Minshew revealing to The Hollywood Reporter her plans to move on from the show, while being open to recurring. Two weeks ago, AMC fans suffered a serious blow when Deadline reported legendary soap star Susan Lucci declined PP's offer to stay on with All My Children.
Great news All My Children lovers. Cameron Mathison announced on Good Morning America today he along with his AMC costars are currently in negotations with Prospecrt Park. According to Mathison:
I have been given permission to announce that I and others from All My Children have been approached by the company, Prospect Park, who bought AMC with the intention to move it online. Just as soaps were very pivotal in the transition from radio to television, they will be right in the thick of things again in the transition from television to the Internet. It's looking very good.
Cameron Mathison is the latest daytime star to throw his hat into the web series arena. Variety is reporting Mathison has signed on to host The Ultimate Proposal, an Internet series created by Yahoo. The show will center around a panel of experts who help potential grooms create quirky marriage proposals. No word on when The Ultimate Proposal is slated to debut.
Paging All My Children lovers. Celebrity Events Group has announced "A Tribute To Pine Valley" events being held in New York and New Jersey starting Oct. 25. Fans of the sudser will get to spend time with AMC'ers: Walt Willey, Cameron Mathison, Michael E. Knight, Vincent Irizarry, Julia Barr, and Jacob Young. Check out the press release after the jump! READ MORE