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
I'm gonna need the executives behind Prospect Park to keep their behinds out of Home Depot and Lowe's. Those guys have become entirely too enamored with shelving projects. TV Guide Magazine's Michael Logan tweeted the following:
Vincent Irizarry isn't letting a stall in All My Children's production keep him on the sidelines. Irizarry has landed a guest-starring role on the Showtime hit drama, Homeland.
Irizarry will play Capt. Lonza, a police officer caught up in an investigation involving Carrie (Claire Danes) and Quinn (Rupert Friend). Irizarry's airdate is slated for Nov. 10.
Homeland airs Sundays at 9 PM EST on Showtime.