Great news for All My Children and One Life to Live fans: the online revivals of the Agnes Nixon-created soap operas, which aired for one season in 2013 on Prospect Park's The Online Network, are back!
All the episodes from the AMC and OLTL reboots are now available exclusively on Apple TV -- exciting news which even made Cady McClain (ex-Dixie Cooney, AMC; ex-Jennifer Horton, Days of our Lives) exclaim, "Holy smokes!"
As fans may recall, Prospect Park bought the rights to both AMC and OLTL after the long-running soap operas were canceled by ABC in 2011. The company relaunched both shows on their TOLN network on April 20, 2013, but the revivals only lasted one season due to multiple problems, including issues with the unions and a lawsuit with ABC.
ABC has since regained the rights to AMC and OLTL, and there is hope that an All My Children primetime reboot is in the works. Nothing on that front has been set in stone, but at least fans can now get a refresh of what happened during the online revival in AMC's Pine Valley, as well as OLTL's Llanview, courtesy of Apple TV.
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