AMC and OLTL off TV in Canada
Posted Monday, April 15, 2013 2:48:56 PM
Effective immediately, All My Children and One Life to Live fans will have to head to the Internet to watch episodes of their favorite shows. FX Canada will no longer be broadcasting the two series.
All My Children and One Life to Live have been dropped from the FX Canada lineup, effective immediately.

"Due to changes in production beyond our control, FX Canada will no longer be airing All My Children and One Life to Live. Beginning Monday, May 20, back-to-back episodes of critically-acclaimed series 30 Rock will air from noon to 1 p.m. ET on FX Canada," FX Canada said in a statement.

The move by FX Canada comes as Prospect Park announced last week that it would be decreasing the number of new episodes of All My Children and One Life to Live that are available each week to two from the current four.

In better news, both AMC and OLTL will now be available for online viewing in Canada via iTunes. Episodes can be purchased for $1.99 per episode of for a 20-episode bundle for $9.99.

AMC and OLTL fans in the United States will still be able to watch the shows for free on, or through paid subscription models on Hulu Plus and iTunes. For information on all viewing options, click here.

Viewers who are unable to watch the shows or who need a quick catch-up can read our All My Children recaps and One Life to Live recaps to help.

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