One Life to Live fan favorite Trevor St. John is teaming up with Full House alum Candace Cameron Bure in GMC’s Finding Normal. According to the press release, Bure plays Dr. Lisa Leland, a hot shot surgeon from LA, who leaves her booming practice behind to be with her boyfriend in the Hamptons.
While traveling through North Carolina, her car breaks down. She finds herself stranded in the small town of Normal, where she crosses paths with Lucas Craig (St. John), who, along with the other residents of Normal, teach Lisa the true meaning of life. Get a peek of the movie after the jump!
In order to make the transition from traditional television to online viewing easier, The Online Network and cast members from the new One Life to Life have come out with a convenient tutorial! Watching the handy video is sure to lessen any confusion on how to view All My Children or OLTL for free on Hulu.com, or via their subscription service, Hulu Plus.
Considering some fans may have been watching since LBJ called the White House home, it’s a nice gesture to help make feel viewers more comfortable with the new medium. Click the link after the jump to see the likes of Viki Lord (Erika Slezak) and Clint Buchanan (Jerry verDorn) explain how you can again watch them daily on your screens! READ MORE
INTERVIEW: Thom Racina on The New OLTL, Ice Princess Revisited and His Love and Hate For Daytime ConfidentialBy Jamey Giddens on April 29, 2013
It's no fun to learn you've gotten one of your soap icons a talkin' to! That happened to me on the red carpet before the premieres of the new One Life to Live and All My Children. It was there I found out from Thom Racina himself, the writers of the new OLTL have a love/hate relationship with Daytime Confidential!
The iconic scribe and I also dished about his plans to tell the kind of game-changing love stories he once told on ABC Daytime's General Hospital on the new OLTL, only with a more realistic touch for the modern day, internet savvy viewer.
Daytime Confidential: Hi Thom, it's Jamey Giddens from Daytime Confidential.
Thom Racina: Oh hi. Daytime Confidential. We love and hate you, you know? [Laughs]
DC: What? We love you!
TR: Daytime Confidential, that's how we get yelled at a lot. "How dare you post this? How dare you say that?" [Laughs] READ MORE
INTERVIEW: One Life to Live's Hillary B. Smith Talks Web Soaps, "Bora" Sex and Loving Her New MatthewBy Jamey Giddens on April 29, 2013
Hillary B. Smith is no stranger to the world of online soap operas. The One Life to Live powerhouse has starred in such digital hits as Venice and Fumbling Thru The Pieces; plus she was a producer on Crystal Chappell's pilot for The Grove. With all that dot com drama experience under her belt, does Llanview's Nora Buchanan have any tips for Prospect Park, as they bring OLTL and All My Children online? She says they have it covered.
Speaking of having things covered, the soap vet gushes about Robert Gorrie, the young man charged with introducing a now adult Matthew Buchanan to the web. How will Bo (Robert S. Woods) and Nora react to their son's somewhat douchey behavior? Find out below what Smith told me on the red carpet before the premieres of the new OLTL and AMC!
Daytime Confidential: You're an early adapter to the web, having done Venice and Fumbling Thru The Pieces.
Hillary B. Smith: And The Grove!
DC: And The Grove?
HBS: I produced The Grove.
DC: Awesome, I didn't know that! Have you had any advice for the Prospect Park people as they embark on this venture?
HBS: I'm very careful to let them ask questions. If they want to ask me something, I'm happy to share with them my experiences, but they haven't really had to ask. I think they're way ahead of the game, so that's great. They've done their research.
INTERVIEW: OLTL's Jerry verDorn on BE, Clint Being Off House Arrest and If Guiding Light Could One Day ReturnBy Jamey Giddens on April 29, 2013
Soap veteran Jerry verDorn has experienced quite the roller coaster ride career-wise. Just a few years after he exited popular CBS sudser Guiding Light, the long-running daytime drama was cancelled. TV's former Ross Marler found a new suds hub on ABC Daytime's One Life to Live, re-creating the role of newspaperman-turned-tyrant Clint Buchanan. No sooner than verDorn had made the role of Clint his own, Disney made the boneheaded decision to cancel OLTL.
Never fear. Production company Prospect Park licensed the rights to OLTL and sister soap All My Children, with plans to continue both online. When Prospect Park's first stab at transitioning daytime soaps to the internet fell apart, verDorn was just as crestfallen as the two soaps' legions of fans. Flash forward to one star-studded night in late April 2013, where verDorn walked an NYU red carpet for the premieres of the new OLTL and AMC, with other members of the beloved, Agnes Nixon serials' cast and crew.
I managed to pick the talented thespian's brain for a few minutes before the screening. Will the online version of OLTL tell big business stories, inspired by primetime soap Dallas, like its predecesor did in the 80's? Could the returns of OLTL and AMC lead to more soap reboots? Keep reading for verDorn's thoughts on both subjects and more.
Daytime Confidential: The Buchanans on One Life to Live were initially kind of patterned after the Ewings from Dallas, which is now back on the air. Will we see any big, corporate battles at Buchanan Enterprises on the new show?
Jerry verDorn: I think eventually you will. We haven't shot it yet, but that's very much in the cards. One good thing, though, Clint is finally out from under house arrest. I can go to a different set! [Laughs] READ MORE