Two new faces have been added to the cast of All My Children. The Online Network announced today Brooke Newton and Jason Pedergraft have booked gigs on the sudser.
Newtown will play Colby Chandler, daughter of Adam Chandler (David Canary) and teenage crush of Pete Cortlandt (Rob Wilson). I wonder how Colby's return will impact Pete's budding relationship with the mysterious Celia (Jordan Lane Price)? Newton will first air on May 16. READ MORE
Okay, okay, I will be the first to admit it. I was more than a little cynical when I first learned Prospect Park was making a second stab at bringing back All My Children and One Life to Live. There, are you happy?
With only a matter of days left before the soaps return on April 29, I have to say, I am hella impressed with what I'm seeing so far! Today, TOLN revealed a trailer video for the new season of All My Children. Although I will argue anyone down that it was only my pollen allergies, a couple of tears were a' shed.
My DARLING, BIANCA (Eden Riegel)!!!!! ANGIE (Debbi Morgan)!!! DIXIE (Cady McClain)!!! PETEY (Rob Wilson)!!! PETEY (Rob Wilson)!!! Did I mention, PETEY (Rob Wilson)??? Watch the video after the jump.
TOLN isn’t leaving anything to chance with its new promo telling All My Children fans to get ready for the soap's return on April 29. The network has released a promo that heavily features classic scenes of beloved characters, such as Bianca (Eden Riegel), Angie (Debbi Morgan), Jesse (Darnell Williams), Zach (Thorsten Kaye), Brooke (Julia Barr), Adam (David Canary), Dixie (Cady McClain), Joe (Ray MacDonnell), Tad (Michel E. Knight), Myrtle (Eileen Herlie) and the dastardly David Hayward (Vincent Irizarry).
I couldn’t help but choke up rewatching Bianca’s coming out to Erica (Susan Lucci). The first nine minutes are a wonderful reminder of All My Children’s past, while the last minute gives viewers a taste of what’s to come. Prospect Park's All My Children premieres on iTunes and Hulu on April 29. Watch the promo after the jump! READ MORE
Entertainment Tonight was on hand for All My Children and One Life to Live’s photo shoot. The newsmagazine’s cameras caught up with vets Erika Slezak, David Canary, Kassie DePaiva, Debbi Morgan, Darnell Williams, Thorsten Kaye and previewed the hot young stars who will be rounding out the cast. Watch the video after the jump!
Are Susan Lucci and David Canary reprising their roles as Pine Valley residents Erica Kane and Adam Chandler on Prospect Park’s All My Children? According to Soaps in Depth, it’s in the works. Reportedly,
As of now, Lucci, alas, will appear in just one episode while Canary will be seen on an ongoing basis.
Soaps in Depth could not reach Prospect Park for comment on their report.
My old journalism professor always said to wait 24 hours before you write about something you feel passionate about. Well, forget that. In 1996 when he was teaching me those lessons, the Internet was just a place where you looked up pictures of your fave celebs naked, and/or chatted on ICQ. Today is a new day and I want to share my thoughts on All My Children's breathtaking finale while I'm still reeling from the excitement of it all.
In a word, I thought the finale was wonderful, simply wonderful. After decades of seeing soap operas limp to the finish line in their final weeks, All My Children gave us some of the best episodes we've seen in years during the past month. While, I wasn't a big fan of the umbrella story that got us here (David Hayward bringing back several characters from the dead), boy-oh-boy did those beloved characters shine, as this soap headed for the cliff, where executive producer Julie Hanan Caruthers (Someone I don't praise often!), Agnes Nixon and Lorraine Broderick expertly perched it, in hopes that fans will follow the soap online when Prospect Park hopefully debuts it this January. READ MORE