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About the News Archives
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Here are some of the news stories posted on during 2013 that focus on or past and present performers. To read any of the articles listed below, simply click on the appropriate link.

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January 2014
Double the soap, double the fun
Not only is Tainted Dreams full of the drama, romance, and intrigue you know and love, the cast is positively bursting with soap stars. View the first episodes and see our columnist's thoughts on the premiere!
January 2014
45th Annual NAACP Image Awards Nominations
The nominations for the 45th NAACP Image Awards have been announced. The Young and the Restless led the pack, and soap vets were once again featured in TV and film categories. The Image Awards will air live February 22 on TV One.
January 2014
ABC doesn't want Prospect Park's license extended
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.
January 2014
Will Alicia Minshew and Sarah Brown find love on Beacon Hill?
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.
January 2014
Two soap vets star in Pride, a battle of good vs. evil
Soap vets Ilene Kristen and Lauren B. Martin have supporting roles in the upcoming battle of good versus evil, Pride: The Series.
January 2014
President blames social ills on soaps
Imagine if Erica Kane's many marriages brought down the wedding industry. Or what if Sonny Corinthos' mob activities made young people want to be mobsters? The President of Venezuela is blasting soaps for being a bad influence on his country.
February 2014
Fifth Annual Indie Series Awards nominees announced
Soap stars and web soaps made a strong showing in the Indie Series Awards nominations announced on February 6, 2014.
February 2014
Judge denies ABC's motion in Prospect Park lawsuit
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.
March 2014
Prospect Park Networks files for bankruptcy
The production company responsible for the online relaunch of All My Children and One Life to Live has filed for bankruptcy.
March 2014
Anne Sweeney stepping down as ABC president
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.
March 2014
ABC fires back, claims Prospect Park owes millions
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.
April 2014
Soap stars headline dark comedy series Acting Dead
The new web series Acting Dead features a cast full of soap stars, including Days of our Lives vets Patrika Darbo, who plays a talent agent to an actor who resorts to becoming a zombie to land roles, and Jillian Clare, a former child star with a bad temper. Several other soap stars will also guest star throughout the series' first season.
August 2014
Location, location, location: When soaps go on the road
In their heyday, soap operas traveled the global to make their stories even more magical. After years of tightening their belts, soaps are once again on the move -- and we have a list of some of the most memorable location shoots of all time.
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