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Looking back at the last two years of AMC and OLTL
Posted Wednesday, November 13, 2013 12:14:08 PM
A look back at the last two years of All My Children and One Life to Live -- from cancellation to cancellation. Soap Central Live airs Fridays at 6PM Eastern/3PM Pacific. Call in and be part of the show, toll-free at 866.472.5788. Listen at http://soapcentral.com/scl
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SHOW DATE: November 15, 2013, at 6pm ET/3pm PT. http://soapcentral.com/scl


There has yet to be an official announcement, but several of the stars of All My Children have confirmed fans' biggest fear: the show will not be returning for a second season under the Prospect Park masthead.


This week on Soap Central Live, we'll take a look back at the last two years of All My Children history -- cancellation to cancellation. Is there a possibility that these shows will somehow find life again? Would it have been better if All My Children and One Life to Live had never been resurrected online? We'll dissect some of the decisions made along the way that may have unwittingly alienated soap fans. From the use -- then non-use -- of curse words, to that infamous press release that said it was "too challenging for viewers" to watch four episodes of AMC per week.


Plus, we'll take a look at Prospect Park's lawsuit against ABC. What is Prospect Park alleging in their $125 million lawsuit?


And we also want to hear from All My Children and One Life to Live fans to learn how they feel about the news. Simply call in on our toll-free line during the show (866.472.5788) and you can talk to host Dan J Kroll.


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