About the OLTL News Archives
One Life to Live-related news from 2014
It's impossible to keep up with all of the twists and turns from the world of soaps. Luckily, soapcentral.com has done it for you. Our News Archive has a listing of every news story ever posted on our site.
Here are some of the news stories posted on soap
during 2014 that focus on One Life to Live or past and present OLTL performers. To read any of the articles listed below, simply click on the appropriate link.
To access articles from other years or to review articles with similar themes, please see the News Archive
links below this text to access a specific year. Or to view a listing of all years for which news stories are available, simply click here.
ABC has been hit with another lawsuit related to One Life to Live. A former head writer is claiming that the network owes him royalties from OLTL's short online life.
ABC has responded in court for the first time to Prospect Park's multi-million dollar lawsuit over the companies' licensing agreement for All My Children and One Life to Live.
A former One Life to Live star revealed on Twitter that he's going to be appearing in a few episodes of Y&R. But who will he be playing?
Another CBS Daytime star is awaiting a visit from the stork. Steve Burton announced on Twitter that he and his wife are expecting baby number three.
One Life to Live's Erika Slezak reflects on her time as Victoria Lord on One Life to Live, a role she auditioned for one day and started the next, a role that has won her six Daytime Emmys, a role that has earned her millions of fans.
Ava's mother is headed back to General Hospital's storylines. Two-time Daytime Emmy nominee Ilene Kristen is set to reprise the role of Delia later this winter.
Beacon Hill will be bringing political intrigue laced with romance, family and relationship drama, and a cast filled with soap opera all-stars to our screens starting this March.
One Life to Live favorite Kassie DePaiva is headed to Salem. Days of our Lives has confirmed that the actress will make her first on-screen appearance this summer.
Soap vets Ilene Kristen and Lauren B. Martin have supporting roles in the upcoming battle of good versus evil, Pride: The Series.
Kassie DePaiva shared her jubilation over her recent DAYS hiring with fans. The actress discussed her new role and encouraged her One Life to Live fans to start watching Days of our Lives.
One Life to Life and Guiding Light vet Crystal Hunt has been charged with felony assault charges following an altercation at a California bar. Hunt earned a Daytime Emmy nomination in 2005.
A judge has denied ABC's request to strike a key part of Prospect Park's multi-million dollar lawsuit that asks for the licensing period to be extended and for fees to be waived.
Crystal Chappell, soap star and web soap pioneer, announced that her production company will be producing its first film, which Chappell will also star in.
The production company responsible for the online relaunch of All My Children and One Life to Live has filed for bankruptcy.
After nearly two decades at the helm of the Disney/ABC Television Group, Anne Sweeney has announced that she will step down in order to pursue her dream of being a television director.
ABC has filed a multi-million dollar cross-complaint against Prospect Park. The suit claims that Prospect Park owes millions of dollars in unpaid licensing fees.
The production company that brings fans Days of our Lives is set to tackle a new frontier: the Internet. Corday Productions will roll out interactive soaps that allow fans, actors, and advertisers to have a say in how the stories unfold. Soap fave Crystal Chappell will also be part of the venture.
Former One Life to Live costars Kristen Alderson and Brittany Underwood are lending their support to a crowd-funding campaign for PimpMyPooch.com a business that will offer deals for dog owners while raising money for animal shelters and rescue groups.
Sherri Saum and Kamar de los Reyes, who married after meeting on the set of One Life to Live, welcomed twin sons into the world on May 13, 2014.
Guiding Light and One Life to Live star Gina Tognoni has been cast as The Young and the Restless's new Phyllis Summers. The role had been previously played by Michelle Stafford, who earlier this year joined the cast of General Hospital.
The Young and the Restless has made the surprising decision to recast the role of Billy Abbott. David Tom, who returned to the show earlier this year, is out, and will be replaced by a daytime newcomer.
Jen Lilley and Brittany Underwood will soon be mixed up in the deceit, power struggles, and drama at Westfield Prep, the fictional school at the center of the popular teen web soap Youthful Daze.
Melissa Archer has joined the cast of NBC's Days of our Lives. The One Life to Live vet has already reported for work and will first air this fall.