Here's a bit of good news for troubled, Prospect Park sudser All My Children. The "anytime" drama has topped TV Guide's Social Power Ranking.
Apparently more TVG website visitors are talking about Agnes Nixon's soap opera than about the final season of USA Network's Burn Notice (No. 2), Fox's American Idol (No. 3), HBO's Game of Thrones (No. 4) or NBC's Revolution (No. 5).
BREAKING NEWS: Prospect Park Begins Hiatus For All My Children and One Life to Live Early Amid Union Dispute!By Jamey Giddens on June 05, 2013
The planned summer hiatus for All My Children and One Life to Live will begin earlier than expected — like tomorrow! In a statement to the press, The Online Network confirmed a dispute with the union representing production staffers on both soaps is causing production to stop on June 6, as opposed to June 17. When will the soaps return to production? According to TOLN, that depends on when the dispute is settled. See the full statement below. READ MORE
Kassie DePaiva can’t get enough of One Life to Live these days. In a new blog for Parade, the actress dished her joy about the serial having been brought back to life. She also praised her co-stars for their hard work. DePaiva stated:
Kelley Missal has been spot on with her portrayal of the Dani. Florenica Lozano made me want to hug my computer as she said goodbye to Victor [Trevor St. John]. I can’t keep my eyes off of Robin Strasser, What will Dorian do next? And will my character “Blair” fall for Todd… again!!! READ MORE
Just what has been the hold up in regards to Erica Kane fabulously descending upon Pine Valley? All My Children legend Susan Lucci broke it down in a recent We Love Soaps interview. Said La Lucci:
"I'm trying, and they are trying. There's a lot to work out simply because when they went into production I was in Atlanta working on the Marc Cherry series, DEVIOUS MAIDS. And now we're about to start Season 2 on my Investigation Discovery series, DEADLY AFFAIRS next week in New York. So that's a lot of complicated scheduling. Plus, ALL MY CHILDREN's schedule is also complicated and challenging because they work five weeks on and five weeks off. So trying to marry those two things, that's what the challenge is and that's what we're going to try to make happen." READ MORE