Thorsten Kaye on All My Children Web Revival: "If They Couldn’t Do it Right They Should Have Left it Alone"By Jillian Bowe on December 09, 2013
The Bold and the Beautiful's Thorsten Kaye isn't holding back about Prospect Park's efforts to continue All My Children. Kaye sat down with Tainted Dreams blogger and Soap Opera Digest columnist Carolyn Hinsey to dish taking over the role of Ridge on B&B. He also became very frank when discussing All My Children's second demise.
Carolyn: Were you surprised that AMC fizzled out the way it did?
Thorsten: Yeah, I was. Because the studio was open and the sets were up. Everything was in place. I would have thought if they were going to pull the plug they would have done it before. I’m not a businessman. I’m sure there were a lot of things going on with investors. But I’ll tell you this: Both of those shows failed for reasons unrelated to their quality. READ MORE
One Life to Live's fictional legal eagle Tea Delgado would be able to retire to a nice villa in Puerto Rico, if she had a client as litigious as Jeff Kwatinetz! On the heels of Prospect Park amending their lawsuit against Disney-ABC to the tune of $125 million, comes a report from Deadline about Kwatinetz suing both Prospect Park and ABRY, the investment type folks who put up the cash to reboot All My Children and One Life to Live! I can't...
Still waiting for someone at Prospect Park to confirm they aren't bringing back All My Children? Sorry, we'll have to take the word of cast and crew members on social media, because PP was too busy amending their lawsuit against Disney-ABC on Wednesday to clue in their loyal audience.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, PP now wants more than $95 million from Disney-ABC, whom they allege schemed to create a "mega-soap" behind the backs of the peeps who licensed One Life to Live and All My Children. So the same company that wanted out of soaps so badly they cancelled two at the same time—with initial plans of gutting General Hospital shortly thereafter—all of the sudden wanted a "mega-soap" on the dial? READ MORE