Prospect Park's The OnLine Network has announced the dates for the first season finales of All My Children and One Life to Live. The surprise-filled episodes will put an exclamation point at the end of the two shows' groundbreaking Internet reboots.
"We could not be more proud to have delivered a stunning season of All My Children and One Life to Live, and really thank the creative teams and cast for being true partners in this journey. Together we have tackled more business, creative, and logistical challenges than most shows experience in a lifetime of production, yet we continue to prevail with these top rated, critically acclaimed shows," Prospect Park's Jeff Kwatinetz said. "We are prepping now for next season and have more surprises and twists and turns to deliver audiences -- I am just hoping they stay on the soaps and not in our way."
This season of One Life to Live wraps as the entire town of Llanview attends the annual Man of the Year Gala. Viki and Dorian, cochairs of the planning committee, hope that the event will go off without a hitch. However, with the conflicts between many of the characters brewing to the surface, that looks nearly impossible. Fireworks explode, and it all comes to a head with the shocking return of a fan favorite. The season finale of One Life To Live will air Monday, August 19.
All My Children, meanwhile, wraps up by answering many of the season's burning questions: Will Angie and Jesse finally bring home Cassandra after her horrific journey? Will the ordeal bring them closer, or is Jesse keeping another secret that could put his family in jeopardy? Will Pete finally end up with Celia, or do Colby and Opal have other plans? And what of Dimitri's feelings for Brooke? Miranda's for AJ? Zach's for Kendall? And is there a big surprise in store for Cara, JR, and David about Oliver? All My Children's first season finale airs Monday, September 2.
Prospect Park also announced some major upgrades to TOLN's web site, TOLN.com. The changes will allow fans easier access to episodes of AMC and OLTL, as well as exclusive video content. A new complimentary TOLN mobile app for Apple's iOS and Android users will allow fans to watch full-length episodes of both One Life to Live and All My Children.
Prospect Park has not yet announced when the two series will return for season two, but sources tell Soap Central that it is hoped that production will resume shortly.