Production of All My Children and One Life to Live is set to resume on February 25, Prospect Park has confirmed. Prior to the company's
"[P]roduction will commence on the highly-anticipated revivals of the beloved long-running serial dramas All My Children, and One Life to Live, beginning February 25," Prospect Park said in a statement. "Principal production for both series will take place in Stamford, Connecticut with new episodes of All My Children and One Life to Life set to debut later this spring."
Prior to the February 11 statement from Prospect Park, three of the series' stars took to social media to update fans on their work schedules.
"Almost 3 more weeks & we'll be back 2 taping new episodes of AMC on the 25th of this month! Sooo excited," Debbi Morgan (Angie Hubbard) revealed on Twitter in early February.
In a video posted late last month, Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt) revealed a late February start date for All My Children.
Meanwhile, Robin Strasser (Dorian Lord) informed fans that production on One Life to Live will pick up in early March.
"MARCH 11, 2013 #OLTL RETURNS TO LIFE -- Just learned thatz when we START taping," Strasser wrote.
Prospect Park confirmed in early January that it was moving ahead with its plans to relaunch All My Children and One Life to Live on the Internet. The company had previously, in 2011, made an unsuccessful bid to move the soaps to the 'net.
In late January, amid a flurry of correspondence from Prospect Park, the company confirmed the first list of actors that had been to appear on All My Children and One Life to Live. Sources tell soapcentral.com that additional cast members for both soaps will be announced soon.
Prospect Park also announced that AMC and OLTL will be viewable online exclusively through Hulu, Hulu Plus, and iTunes.