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ABC Daytime to run encore episodes for the Christmas holiday – Check the Schedule!

Photo Credit: JPI Studios

Photo Credit: JPI Studios

The following encore episodes of All My Children, General Hospital and One Life to Live will be broadcast on the full ABC network on Thursday December 23 and Friday December 24, 2010.  Here is the line-up in case you want to tune-in and relive some memorable moments of three major storylines from each of the soaps.  From AMC, Greenlee’s trial in the David Hayward murder and the shocking twist.  From OLTL, Eli setting off the bomb in the warehouse, Tea and Todd reunite and Cole shoots Eli. And from GH, a blast from the past with two pivotal episodes from the Metro Court saga from 2007.   Here is the line-up below!

Tommorrow, Thursday December 23:

All My Children #10504 (original air date 11/22/10)–This episode features the culmination of Greenlee’s trial.  Just when Greenlee is found guilty of David’s murder David walks into the courtroom alive.

One Life To Live #10796 (original air date 10/22/10)–Todd, John and Bo confront Eli at the warehouse where he’s holding Dani and Tea.  Blair sneaks in and is overjoyed to discover that Tea is alive.  James, Ford and Langston plot to rescue Starr.  Destiny learns that her parents are her real parents and her brother is her father.  The warehouse explodes at the end of the episode. 

General Hospital #11227 (original air date 2/1/07)–This episode is the first episode of the Metro Court saga and the takes place twelve hours before the Metro Court explosion.  Craig’s mercenaries storm the Metro Court that is filled with people attending the Ball.  After reuniting with Luke, Lulu accuses Alan of killing Rick and framing Laura.

Then on Friday December 24 (Christmas Eve):

All My Children #10505 (original air date 11/23/10)–Pine Valley reels from the news that David is alive and how he pulled it off.  Greenlee is free to be with Ryan.

One Life To Live #10797 (original air date 10/25/10)–Eli sets off the bomb.  Cole, John, Blair, Todd and Tea are all in danger.  Dani is knocked out before she can tell Todd that Tea is alive.  Hannah takes James captive.  At the end of the day Cole shoots Eli.  Dani tells Natalie that Tea is alive and was in the warehouse.

General Hospital #11228  (original air date 2/2/07)–This episode continues the Metro Court saga and takes place eleven hours before the Metro Court Explosion.  Sam is nearly shot when she tries to press the hotel panic button but Sonny talks Craig out of killing her.  Just as AJ is about to give Skye the valuable briefcase code he has a seizure.  At the end of the episode Robin is shot by Craig to prove he means business while Maxie realizes she is stuck inside the Metro Court vault with a ticking briefcase.

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All My Children Alum Christopher Lawford Dead At 63

Sad news to report this Wednesday.  Christopher Lawford, best known to soap fans as Charlie Brent on All My Children from 1992-95, as well in the role of Senator Jordan on General Hospital in 2004, passed away at age 63.

Lawford who is the son of the actor Peter Lawford, and Patricia Kennedy, and whose uncles were Ted, Robert and President John F. Kennedy apparently died at a Yoga Studio on Tuesday night during a health emergency according to a report from TMZ.

As of now, it is being reported that Christopher’s death appears to be from “natural causes.” The coroner is performing an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death.

Christopher had battled addiction in his life back in the 70’s and 80’s.  The actor was also a New York Times best selling author with his book, ‘Symptoms of Withdrawal.’

Being the nephew of John F. Kennedy, Lawford also spent time in the political arena with staff positions with The Democratic National Committee, and campaigns whether it be at the national, state, or local level

Lawford’s cousin Kerry Kennedy announced his death on social media.

Susan Lucci (Ex-Erica Kane), Lawford’s co-star on All My Children, shared her thoughts on Instagram at his passing: “Such very sad news that wonderful Chris Lawford has passed away. Chris was so great to work with—always prepared and always with a smile and an ease about him. He was warm and charming whether on set at AMC—or working hard for his charity. My deepest sympathy to his family. RIP, Chris”

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Morgan Fairchild And Soap Notables Filming New LGBTQ Series ‘Mélange’

Over the next several days in New York, some very familiar faces to daytime soap fans are busy filming episodes of a new series entitled Melange, which stars Morgan Fairchild (most recently ex-Angelica, DAYS).

The series is set against the backdrop of a historic New York City gay bar named “Melange”, and the fight for ownership over it, when it’s proprietor has suddenly and mysteriously died.  Melange will explore themes of sexuality, immigration, addiction, power, and inclusion.

Guiding Light’s Robert Newman, All My Children’s Darnell Williams, One Life to Live’s Scott Evans ,  Kristen Alderson, Ilene Kristen, and David A. Gregory are some of the daytime faves tapped for roles in the series, which is said to be a half-hour drama.

In story, Newman, plays Syd Winchester, the deceased owner of ‘Mélange’. Scott Evans stars as Ryann Parker, a young man who fights to keep Mélange away from Syd’s wife, Vivian played by

Melange was created and being executive produce by Tom D’Angora, with former OLTL director and Emmy Award-winner, Gary Donatelli, and Tony Award winning producer, Tim Kashani.

According to Variety, at this time no network is currently attached to the project.

So, what do you think of the show concept of Mélange?  Intrigued by the cast?  Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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One Life to Live & All My Children Reunion Event Photo Gallery

Over the weekend, actors who appeared on two beloved legacy soap operas: All My Children and One Life to Live took part in a reunion event held over GH Fan Club Weekend.  And while the fans in attendance were excited to see some of their favorites, it was the former cast members themselves getting to see their former co-stars for the first time in years which made the event all the more touching.

Then, in big surprise to the attendees, none other than former One Life to Live star, Nathan Fillion showed up to give hugs to his former castmates including: Erin Torpey (Ex-Jessica), and James (Ex-Max) and Kassie DePaiva (Ex-Blair), among others.  Fillion, who has gone on to primetime success with his show Castle, and his upcoming new series on ABC, The Rookie, has never forgotten his beginnings in show business as Joe Buchanan!  Who can forget his on-screen affair with Robin Strasser’s Dorian, which sent Viki (Erika Slezak) into orbit!

Kassie DePaiva (now Eve on DAYS) told Michael Fairman TV on Fillion’s appearance that she had reached out to him to let him know about the event: “I knew the fans would love it.  He is very proud of his roots.”

When asked about seeing the original Blair, Mia Korf, at the same event whom she had never met, Kassie said, “I went, ‘There’s the real Blair,” but it was really nice meeting her.  You know with One Life to Live actors, even if you didn’t work with somebody there is such a camaraderie, which makes this show so special.”

All My Children fans were thrilled to see appearances by Rebecca Budig (Ex-Greenlee), Vincent Irizarry (Ex-David), Jordi Vilasuso, who will soon be seen in his new role on Y&R, and played Dr, Griffin Castillo in Pine Valley, and many more.

Check out our photo gallery of some of the past cast from both AMC and OLTL who showed up to say “hello again” to each other and the fans below.  Then, let us know if it makes you miss Pine Valley and Llanview all the more in the comment section, and which photo you liked the most!

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This weekend we mourn the loss of General Hospital’s beloved Susan Brown who played Gail Baldwin. Here is her final scene from 2004 when Gail and her husband Lee (the late Peter Hansen) showed up at Lila’s funeral and had an exchange with Alan and Monica. Share your thoughts on Susan’s passing via the link below. Leave A Comment

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