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  1. Four More 'One Life to Live' Actors Set for Online Production

    5:46 pm 11/3/2011

    Tuc Watkins, Josh Kelly, Florencia Lozano and Shenell Edmonds will make the move.Read more

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  2. 'The Revolution' Adds Medical, Relationship Experts

    9:47 am 10/31/2011

    Relationship expert Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry and OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton join Ty Pennington, Tim Gunn and celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak on the upcoming ABC daytime show.Read more

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  3. Prospect Park Announces Deal for 'One Life to Live' EP to Continue

    7:31 pm 9/16/2011

    Frank Valenti will also become vice president of serial drama for the online network.Read more

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  4. Four Actors Join 'One Life to Live' Online Continuation

    12:00 pm 9/6/2011

    "All My Children" Susan Lucci, who blasted ABC daytime chief Brian Frons in her upcoming memoir, has yet to sign on to the digital production.Read more

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  5. Susan Lucci Criticizes ABC Daytime Chief in New Epilogue

    7:35 pm 9/3/2011

    "I think our being in this position is the result of some very bad decisions," the "All My Children" star says of Brian Frons.Read more

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  6. Hosts And Producer of 'The Chew' Defend Show

    1:44 pm 8/7/2011

    “We hope that [fans of canceled ABC soaps 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live'] enjoy our show,” said executive producer Gordon Elliott. “We were asked to come and join the daytime lineup because the daytime tastes have changed."Read more

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  7. 'One Life to Live' and 'All My Children' Will Continue Online

    11:21 am 7/7/2011

    After enduring sustained criticism for canceling the long-running soaps, ABC has sold online rights to production company Prospect Park.Read more

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  8. Daytime Emmys Preview: Wayne Brady, Canceled Soaps and Oprah

    10:51 pm 6/17/2011

    "General Hospital" leads the soaps with 21 nominations and PBS tops with 57. Who will prevail?Read more

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