All My Children Spoilers
Get ready for a blast from the past to hit Pine Valley! The Online Network has announced All My Children is bringing on back Matthew Cowles in his signature role of Billy Clyde Tuggle. Cowles sent the soap world into a frenzy after he was spotted last month at TOLN’s advanced screening event of AMC and One Life to Live. 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.
The April 29 premiere date for the new, online versions of All My Children and One Life to Live is almost upon us, which means more details are becoming available by the minute! TOLN has provided the following teasers for the first week of AMC and OLTL air shows. Check 'em out after the jump!
What exactly will fans be in store for when All My Children returns on April 29? The Online Network has unveiled spoiler tidbits on iTunes to tide fans over until the sudser's return. According to the write up for AMC:
Follow JR as he comes to grips with his past and meet his teen-aged son, AJ, who might just break the cycle of dysfunction that has plagued his family for years. Follow Pete Cortlandt as he falls in love with a girl named Celia who has a dark past even she doesn't know about. Get re-acquainted with Angie and Jesse and see them tested by tragedy and loss. Witness the return of Zach and David and follow the emotional journey of Bianca’s daughter Miranda, whose own mother lived in the shadow of the great Erica Kane but who is determined to forge her own path, on her own terms. All that and more begins on April 29th...
Nikki/Chelsea/Sharon: The socialite and the grifter bump into each other at On The Boulevard. When Chelsea tries to chit chat with Nikki, the diva is a little snotty with her. Nikki apologizes right after her outburst and confides in Chelsea how the two aren't so different, as Nikki was just like her when she was younger (Say what?).
The pair begins talking about the Newman Ranch fire. Nikki admits she doesn't know who the culprit was, but remarks it isn't kosher for someone to destroy a family's history and memories. Chelsea is moved by Nikki's words, as this is pretty much what Sharon is doing to her and Adam's relationship. Will Chelsea tell Nikki who burned her home to the ground? READ MORE
Will the denizens of Pine Valley live happily ever after once All My Children leaves ABC's airwaves? Susan Lucci, Michael E. Knight and showrunner Julie Hanan Carruthers, spoke with TV Guide.com and revealed what fans have to look forward to on Sept. 23
Tell us what you can about how it all ends.
Carruthers: What you get — and this was our No. 1 priority — is a sense of family. So, all of the families, whether they're at the height of dysfunction or they're most connected, all the families come together in one way or another. Our last week is a true tribute to the families that make up the canvas of Pine Valley. Trust me, you will need a Kleenex every day of the final week. READ MORE