One Life to Live's network television finale is still several months away, but several of the show's stars have already signed on to appear in the web-based version of the show. Prospect Park announced the casting news in a statement.
Four familiar Llanview faces will continue with One Life to Live when the show moves to its new home online.
"Pending a final agreement with AFTRA, Prospect Park has confirmed that One Life to Live cast members Ted King
(Tomas Delgado), Michael Easton
(John McBain), Kassie DePaiva
(Blair Cramer), and star of stars Erika Slezak
(Victoria Lord), have agreed to deals to join the company’s new production of One Life to Live. This marks the first confirmation of cast members since Prospect Park began planning for the soap production to live on the new online network beyond its finale January televised date on ABC," Prospect Park announced in a statement.
, ABC announced that it had reached a licensing deal with Prospect Park that would allow production of both All My Children and One Life to Live to continue after the shows' finales on ABC. Both shows were canceled in April
to make room for cheaper, lifestyle programming in ABC's daytime lineup.
To date, no All My Children actors have signed on to continue with the show. In fact, a report by Deadline Hollywood claims that Susan Lucci
(Erica Kane) has rejected the company's offer that was said to be on par with what her ABC contract had been.