Guiding Light and All My Children Stars Reunite at Spontaneous Construction's Premiere Party (PHOTOS)By Daytime Confidential on February 13, 2013
Former Guiding Light on screen supercouple Ricky Paull Goldin and Beth Ehlers reunited at the premier party for his new HGTV show Spontaneous Construction. The party also reunited Goldin and Ehlers with former All My Children co-stars Alicia Minshew and Susan Lucci.
A number of actors from both soaps turned out to support Goldin's new gig. See more photos of Guiding Light and All My Children stars after the jump! READ MORE
Have you always dreamed of wearing one of those slinky, little numbers Erica Kane frolicked about Pine Valley in (and more than not, out of!) on All My Children? Or, perhaps it was one of those chic, conservative ensembles Viki Lord adorned on One Life to Live that you admired from your living room? Whatever your preference for soapy fashions may be, you're about to get your chance to pick up some of the clothing worn by your fave AMC and OLTL characters, starting Feb. 24 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!
If you were one of the All My Children fans disappointed Leo (Josh Duhamel) and Greenlee (Rebecca Budig) didn’t ride off into the sunset together, you are not alone. In an interview with TV Guide, Budig reveals she too hoped the popular couple would end up together.
"In the end, I wanted them to go off together," Budig continued. "The audience doesn't know what's going to happen to them, we just see them going away." Instead, of course, Greenlee woke up to find Zach (Thorsten Kaye), still alive after going down in a plane crash several months ago.
"It was a little bizarre. I was thrilled to work with Josh again, but it was sort of a tease, too," she said.
Read the entire interview at TV Guide.
Will Rebecca Budig be making the leap to the web with All My Children? TV Line's Megan Masters tried to find out in a recent chat with the soap starlet, who revealed her thoughts on the move online, plus her feelings about how the character of Greenlee has been written in recent years.
TVLINE | It’s pretty common for actors to become attached to the characters they play over extended periods of time, so are you interested in staying with All My Children when — or if — it moves to the Internet? Or had you already accepted that this chapter in your life had ended when AMC‘s finale was set?
Yes! You are very intuitive. [Laughs] The truth is that in my head, I have moved on — and I think most of [the cast] had wrapped our heads around this. I’m a believer that change is good and that things happen for a reason, but I will never say never, because you never know. These [Prospect Park] guys are smart and I think they know what they’re doing. It’s super-ambitious and innovative and a new frontier — and I feel like All My Children is the perfect choice to start an online network. It’s gone from radio to TV and now to the Internet, so it kind of makes sense. READ MORE
Reunited and it feels so good
Reunited 'cause we understood
Peaches and Herb- "Reunited."
TVLINE | How was it jumping back into shooting scenes with him after nearly 10 years? Was it like riding a bike? Or were there some initial jitters?
Oh gosh, we were both nervous. We didn’t know if we’d still have chemistry — I mean, I thought we would, but we had to pick off where we left off, only not really because his character had been “dead.” We wanted to recapture instantly what it was that we’d had before, and the minute we started rehearsing lines in the dressing room it was like, forget it! [Laughs] The floodgates opened for me and it was as if no time had passed. READ MORE