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Are you ready for the return of All My Children?
Posted Saturday, April 06, 2013 5:07:00 PM
All My Children returns with new episodes on April 29, but it's been many months since the soap aired its last episode. Don't worry if you have forgotten some of the details of stories and characters. We have a video, recaps, and character profiles to help you get caught up!
It's been more than a year and a half since the last episode of All My Children aired on ABC. But fear not -- it's now only a matter of days until AMC returns to its legion of fans.


But do you remember the main characters' past stories -- who was in love with whom and who was hiding secrets? If you don't, there's no need to worry. We've come up with several solutions to help you get caught up.


You are never more than a click away from comprehensive daily recaps dating all the way back to 1995. At the top of any page of the soapcentral.com site, select "Recaps," and then from the drop-down menu you can select Daily Recaps Archive. Don't panic if you don't have time to read the more than 3,750 recaps -- our Daily Recaps Archive offers mini-summaries for each week, so you'll be able to get caught up in no time. And, if there are any characters that you'd like to look up, check out our Who's Who in Pine Valley section for detailed character profiles. That option is available under the "About AMC" menu item at the top of any page.


The folks at Prospect Park have also done their part to help get fans ready for AMC's return. They've put together a video that will show you all of the key stories from the past that you'll need to know for the show's relaunch on April 29. And as an added bonus, there are also some scenes that haven't yet aired tossed in.


There is also a video catch-up for One Life to Live. To check that one out, click here.



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