The top OLTL news stories of 2013
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It's a look at the top ten most-read One Life to Live news stories on soapcentral.com in 2013.
Here is a listing of the most-read One Life to Live news stories posted on Soap Central during 2013. To read any of the articles listed below, simply click on the appropriate link.
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The most-read stories of the soap world in 2013 on soapcentral.com
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Prospect Park has confirmed that All My Children and One Life to Live will be returning to the airwaves later this year. Production of both soaps will begin in February and they will be broadcast on an newly developed Internet-based entertainment channel.
Reviving two long-running soaps for the Internet proved to be no walk in the park. While no official statement has been made, multiple sources have confirmed to soapcentral.com that there will be no second season for All My Children and One Life to Live.
Prospect Park has announced that production of One Life to Live will remain on hold until a lawsuit with ABC is resolved. The news is better for All My Children, where writers are currently working on scripts for the series' second season.
Long-time One Life to Live favorite Kassie DePaiva is headed back to Llanview -- and she says OLTL's return would not have been possible had it not been for the fans. DePaiva assumed the role of Blair Cramer in 1993.
April 25, 2013
All My Children and One Life to Live return to fans on April 29, 2013, and we have exclusive interviews with the stars of both shows from their Red Carpet world premiere event.
Recording artist Jessie Malakouti will soon be popping up in Llanview in a yet-to-be-named role. Fans, however, are wondering if the singer-songwriter might have been cast to take over as a well-known (former) Llanview resident.
Long-time favorite Jerry ver Dorn is headed back to Llanview. The actor revealed that he's signed on for Prospect Park's Internet relaunch of the soap. Ver Dorn joined One Life to Live in 2005 after a lengthy run on Guiding Light.
Reality star Jenni "JWOWW" Farley has landed a role on the relaunch of One Life to Live. JWOWW will appear in scenes at one of the show's newest sets, the Shelter nightclub.
The incomparable Dorian Lord will be headed back to Llanview. An enthusiastic Robin Strasser revealed on Twitter that she'd been contacted about returning to the show and was "proud and honored" to accept. Strasser first appeared as Dorian in 1979.
One Life to Live's writing team has gotten a shakeup: two new co-head writers have been hired. This is the second change to the writing team since OLTL returned to production earlier this year.