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Though a network spokesperson declined to comment, Soap Central has learned that J. Eddie Peck
) has been released from the show.
Appearing with his attorney, Joseph Ranni, former All My Children star Michael Nader
, appeared on CNN's American Morning with Paula Zahn today to discuss a lawsuit he's filed against ABC, a lawsuit that stems from his dismissal from the show following a 2001 arrest on drug possession charges.
Reality-based television series have been huge ratings hits in primetime for several years. Now, the reality is making its way to daytime television. Whether or not the ratings boost will find its way to the daylight hours, though, remains to be seen.
A spokesperson for the show confirms that relative newcomer, Jason Olive (Frank Hubbard
) has been let go from the show. Olive joined the cast as the son of former supercouple Angie and Jesse Hubbard in July.
Even though the network officially has no comment on J. Eddie Peck
's (Jake Martin
) exit from All My Children, the actor has released a statement confirming that he will soon be leaving the show he has called him since August 2000.
Lately it's become a weekly occurrence at All My Children to have an actor released from his contract or - even worse - get fired. This week's casualty is newcomer Sam Page
It doesn't look like Dixie Martin will be resurrected from the dead any time soon. Former AMC star Cady McClain
) has signed on for an extended stay on CBS's As The World Turns.
's (Alexandra Spaulding
) stay on Guiding Light has been extended. Dusay re-joined the cast in December 2002 after actress Joan Collins had to bow out as Alexandra. Prior to re-joining GL, Dusay played AMC's Vanessa Bennett.
A show spokesperson has confirmed to Soap Opera Central that Andrew Ridings (Adam "JR" Chandler, Jr
) has been released from All My Children after only a few months with the show.
According to posts on his official web site, Jack Scalia
) will be leaving All My Children this spring. The news comes just three months shy of the actor's second anniversary with the show.
Lynne Thigpen, a Tony Award winner and former All My Children star, has died. She was 54.
All My Children is poised to again make daytime television history -- and at the same time it finds itself smack dab in the middle of controversy.
Keith Hamilton Cobb
will be returning to daytime television, but it won't be to reprise his Emmy-nominated role on All My Children
. Instead, the actor begins taping this week at rival soap The Young and the Restless.
In a statement made through his official web site, Bradley Cole
), who had a brief stint on AMC earlier this year, has confirmed that he will return to Guiding Light next month.
Emmy-winning writer Megan McTavish will return to All My Children as head writer. The announcement comes less than 6 months after the show's current head writing team was put in place.
Though protests continue to pour in, All My Children is reportedly considering reworking some of its storylines to keep newcomer Olga Sosnovska
) around in Pine Valley.
More than a year after she was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, former All My Children star Kim Delaney (ex-Jenny Gardner) has entered rehabilitation for alcohol addiction, her publicist said.
), a former Daytime Emmy nominee, will return to All My Children this summer, reprising the role he created in January 1998 and vacated last year.
Alexandra Daddario (Laurie Lewis
), part of the All My Children cast for less than a year, has been let go. She will make her final on-air appearance later this month.
is returning to daytime television. The actress, best known for a run on ABC's All My Children
, has landed a contract role on CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful.
The site was Disney's California Adventure Park in Anaheim, CA. The event was ABC Super Soap Weekend for AMC and OLTL stars and fans. The weather was perfect with sunny skies and moderate temperatures. Yes, I was there on Saturday, May 31st, and able to enjoy it all once again.
All My Children's recently reinstated head writer, Megan McTavish, appears to be getting readjusted to running the lives of the fictional residents of Pine Valley. Less than one month
after her original material began hitting the airwaves comes word that three of the show's contract players have been let go.
Rumors of Elizabeth Keifer
's (Blake Marler
) future with Guiding Light continue to swirl. And if the actress leaves the CBS soap, All My Children might just want her.
It would appear at least on the surface that the rumors of Finola Hughes
' (Anna Devane
) impending exit from All My Children were right. A spokesperson for All My Children has confirmed that the actress will be leaving the show when her contract expires later this year.
Amid rumors that she will soon be leaving Guiding Light, a show she's called home for over a decade, Elizabeth Keifer
's (Blake Marler
) talks exclusively with Soap Central and discusses what's true and what's speculation.
) will exit from All My Children this fall. Online fans are now wondering if the actress will make a return to General Hospital.
Perhaps hoping that some change will spark a new fire of creativity and higher ratings, ABC has announced that Julie Hanan Carruthers will assume the executive producer spot on All My Children next month. Carruthers will replace Jean Dadario Burke, who has served as the show's executive producer since 1998.
After several months away from Pine Valley, Adam Chandler Jr. has returned home -- with a new look and a new attitude. But why did AMC head writer Megan McTavish opt to bring the character back to the canvas now? The scribe says that JR's return is set to touch off a wave of new story.
Maximillian Alexander (Carlos Reyes
) will exit All My Children later this fall in what is being called a storyline-dictated exit.
Beginning November 17th, ABC will once again feature a series of crossovers to help bolster its daytime lineup. The crossovers will take place on All My Children and One Life to Live.
) is returning to Springfield, but not in the role that many long-time Guiding Light fans might be expecting. Pinted recently appeared as Roger Smythe on All My Children.
Tonya Pinkins will reprise her role as attorney Livia Frye Cudahy on All My Children next month.
The days of Linda Dano
's (Gretel Rae Cummings
) ABC soap hopping are just about at an end. The veteran soap opera actress will exit One Life to Live in early 2004.