Despite all the behind-the-scenes, legal cray-cray, it's nice to remember that in 10 days two of our beloved stories are coming back to us. While we let ABC and Prospect Park duke it out, I think it's perfectly okay to celebrate pics like the one above of Roger Howarth and Kassie DePaiva reprising the roles of Todd Manning and Blair Cramer on the new One Life to Live. Did I mention OLTL and All My Children will be back in 10 days???
All My Children returns to the digital airwaves in under two weeks — without the soap opera's most famous face. Will legendary creator Agnes Nixon be able to convince her protégé and pal Susan Lucci to return as Erica Kane? Here's what Nixon told TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan:
"Susan has so many other commitments these days but I certainly see her in our future. She is such a talent and a dear friend. I remember the first time I saw her when she auditioned for AMC. I thought she was too beautiful to be a good actress. I was so happy to be wrong! I do hope with all my heart that Susan will be free enough to come back to us for a while." Adds the scribe with a laugh: "You know me. I always have a great story in mind for Erica Kane!" READ MORE
Cady McClain's Alter Ego Suzy F****** Homemaker Explains How to Watch All My Children Online (VIDEO)By Jamey Giddens on April 17, 2013
How on Soap Earth am I just discovering Cady McClain's Suzy F****** Homemaker videos??? I am coding on a gurney, as I witness the cigarette-wielding housewife explain how to watch All My Children on Hulu. Check out the crazy fun after the jump! READ MORE
Former KABC journalist Leslie Miller will be hosting the weekly recap show for All My Children and One Life to Live, Prospect Park announced today. Produced by Tomorrow Productions (a division of NBC News production company Peacock Productions) the installments will air on Fridays. As previously reported, new episodes of AMC and OLTL will air Mon.-Thurs. on Hulu, Hulu Plus, iTunes and FX Canada. READ MORE
JWoww is ready to dive right into a myriad of soap stereotypes and cliches via her new job on One Life to Live. The reality TV starlet was interviewed by E! on the red carpet for Logo's NewNowNext Awards. Here's a snippet of what she had to say about being cast as bartender Nikki:
"I originally found it pretty hysterical and I was like, ‘Oh my god, it would be awful,'" JWoww, who plays a bartender on the show, told us this weekend at the Logo NewNowNext Awards in Hollywood. "But now I'm madly in love with it. I'm totally obsessed. I want to live, die, get killed, come back as my evil sister." READ MORE