Soap-based online network set to debut; Michael O'Leary first soap star attached
Posted Monday, June 01, 2015 3:48:27 PM
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A whole new online network aimed specifically toward soap opera fans is coming to the Internet soon, and former Guiding Light star Michael O'Leary s the first soap star attached to the new platform.

Hold on to your hats, daytime fans, because Sudsvilletv.com, a new online network of all-original programming aimed at the soap opera audience, is set to launch this fall.

Soap Opera Digest reports that Daytime Emmy-winning writer Meg Kelly and Joseph Craig have partnered with Conklin-intracom.com, a global tech company, on the venture.

"Conklin-Infracom approached us about a platform they were developing. We thought it was perfect for daytime fans," says Kelly. "These are broadcast quality shows that will star a mix of daytime, primetime and film actors, written by daytime and primetime Emmy winners and produced by an award-winning production team."

Says Craig, "There will be one major new soap opera, 40 total episodes created by Meg and there will also be 16 ancillary series, a combination of reality and game shows and improvised shows, that are aimed at the same audience, including a three-time weekly soap chat show, AM Sudsville."

Additionally, the network plans to cast several familiar soap stars in the New York-based productions, beginning with Guiding Light star Michael O'Leary (ex-Rick Bauer) reports Soaps In Depth. "They're not webisodes," Craig points out. "There is a lot of money going behind them. Production quality is going to be like anything you would see on Netflix or Hulu."


For more information on the network and to get automatic updates on its development, check out SudsvilleTV's official website here. on the network, check out Soap Opera Digest's story here.

For more information on the network and to get automatic updates on its development, check out SudsvilleTV's official website here.

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