Has Prospect Park found the writing team to bring One Life to Live back to life? Rumors are swirling that former OLTL executive producer Susie Bedsow Horgan has revealed via Facebook that she and veteran soap scribe Thom Racina have been tapped to co-head write the sudser's online version. I'm running this as a RUMOR REPORT, as I am not a friend on Horgan's profile.
According to Horgan's LinkedIn profile, she was OLTL's E.P. from 1994–96. During her tenure the Patrick (Thorsten Kaye) and Marty (Susan Haskell) romance was frontburner, as the exec reportedly pushed hard for the popular pairing. Since 2005, she has worked as a life coach. READ MORE
Prospect Park has released a press release confirming their plans to once again attempt to revive All My Children and One Life to Live. According to the production company, the two soap operas will "anchor programs on The Online Network (TOLN)".
I see they're sticking with that name for their website. Okie dokey... See the full press release after the jump! READ MORE
CORRECTION: While Carole Shure is in fact working for Prospect Park on their All My Children reboot, she hasn't been named a senior producer. Reportedly, she is serving in a consulting capacity.
Executive producer Ginger Smith now has a second-in-command at Prospect Park's planned continuation of All My Children. According to sources, veteran daytime television producer Carole Shure has been tapped as a senior producer on the project. Shure's credits include stints at As The World Turns, Another World and All My Children.