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AFTRA Releases Official Statement on Prospect Park dropping OLTL & AMC Citing "Other Challenges" & Disappointment!

Now here is some very telling information from the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).  From this official statement released this afternoon on their website, the union details that they have not heard back from Prospect Park about the negotiations for their performers for the past month! Furthermore, if you read between the lines here, AFTRA cites, “other challenges” that Prospect Park was facing unrelated to the union negotiations.  This to us, could perhaps mean,  lack of funding!  Here is the official statement below!

“AFTRA was deeply disappointed to read that the executives at Prospect Park have decided to suspend their efforts to produce the long-running and popular daytime serials, One Life to Live and All My Children, via online distribution. Despite initial progress in our negotiations with Prospect Park toward resolving a fair agreement to cover the performers appearing on these programs, we were perplexed and disappointed that for the past month Prospect Park has not responded to our repeated inquiries to resume those discussions. We now conclude from the press reports that Prospect Park faced other challenges unrelated to our negotiations, which prevented continuation of those discussions.

We remain hopeful that an opportunity to revive these two popular series will emerge in the future, and remain ready to resume discussions should that opportunity arise.”

All we can say is, how disappointing!  And that is saying it as nice as we can at this point!

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Brian Greene
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Brian Greene

I will try to remain confident & faithful on these matters, but these published details are not making staying confident & faithful easy!

david
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david

Prospect Park tried to blame the unions instead of acknowledging the truth: they never possessed the technical ability, resources, and financing to adequately support this venture from the start. What a joke. How cruel to lead people on with false hope.

Lita J. Eastman
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Lita J. Eastman

If the problem is deeper than the pocketbook and the proverbial buck stops at Ownership (Disney) not wanting the new venue to succeed and prosper shame on them. Shame on them for not thinking of it themselves. The powers preventing the move had better look long and hard at the audience make up of those they have scorned. My family spans three generations and represents ages 3 to 72. The rippling effect will spread like wildfire. The mousetrap just may have been set and bait laid.

bertha blanchard
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bertha blanchard

call chrystal chappell. she can help prospect park figure out how to do this. she won an emmy with her Venice

lew
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lew

Bertha, Excellent point!! Venice and The Bay have been online for a few years and doing well.

JustSaying
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JustSaying

I suggest that Agnes Nixon start a new soap online. Not quite AMC, not quite OLTL. And let her own the rights to that soap. If Venice can make it, so should she.

Heather
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Heather

100% agree. Trying to save All My Children and One Life to Live is a total waste of time at this point.

Agnes should instead create a brand new soap to show these networks that soap opera is still a viable business, but like everything else, it needs to evolve to keep up with the changing times. And as you pointed out, do not let Agnes repeat the mistake she made in the 1970s by selling the rights of her hard worked creation to a television network.

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WATCH: All My Children Stars Recall Multi-Generational Impact of the Soap & Zany Plot Twists On E!’s ‘Reunion Road Trip’

Several of your favorite soap stars from the beloved All My Children appear together in the series premiere this Thursday night on E!’s Reunion Road Trip (9 p.m. ET).

In it, Eva LaRue (Ex-Maria), Jacob Young (Ex-JR), Rebecca Budig (Ex-Greenlee) and Cameron Mathison (Ex-Ryan) reminisce about some of the great moment being part of the iconic soap that aired on ABC from 1970 to 2011.

The foursome is joined in the special hour by Susan Lucci (Ex- Erica), Alicia Minshew (Ex-Kendall), Debbi Morgan (Ex-Angie) and Kelly Ripa (Ex-Hayley) and Darnell Williams (Ex-Jesse).

The premise of the episode has the AMC stars reuniting at an exclusive Hollywood mansion to celebrate the soap’s 50th anniversary where they chat it up!

Two exclusive clips have been released ahead of the June 10th premiere.  Check them out below.

Now, let us know what was your favorite outrageous AMC storyline through the years and if you will be watching Thursday night on E!, via the comment section.

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Chrishell Stause Back Filming New Season of ‘Selling Sunset’

It appears that the women of Selling Sunset are back filming their upcoming season which is sure to be filled with plenty of drama, real estate deals that go bust, or go big, and plenty of fashion.

Over the weekend reports surfaced that on Friday, former All My Children and Days of our Lives alum and Selling Sunset’s most notable star, Chrishell Stause, was seen with the rest of the cast from the real estate series were many of them posted photos and “welcome back’ messages on their social media accounts.

In the photos, Stause was reunited with ‘Sunset’s’ Heather Rae Young, Mary Fitzgerald, Jason and Brett Oppenheim, Maya Vander, Christine Quinn and Amanza Smith kicking off the taping of the series fourth season.

Stause posted on her IG, “Love when doing things I love, with people I love, can be called “work.”

Meanwhile, Maya Vander posted on her IG Story: “Me & my GIRLS, back like we never left 😚💖 It’s been so long since we’ve all been able to be in the office together but we’re back and SO happy to be reunited!!!” she wrote. “I may have missed the colorful memo today 😆 but everyone’s outfits were on point 😍.”

Netflix announced in March that the popular series was renewed for two additional seasons.

Stause is nominated along with her Selling Sunset co-star Christine Quinn for “Best Fight” in the upcoming MTV Movie & TV Awards in the Unscripted ceremonies.  The award show airs next Monday night on May 17th.

So, will you be watching Chrishell on the upcoming season of Selling Sunset? Comment below.

 

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All My Children Alums to Appear in E!’s New Series, ‘Reunion Road Trip’

All My Children is having a bit of a renaissance of late. First with the previously announced primetime series in development, Pine Valley, and now a new series on E! Entertainment Television.

Coming up on the June 10th episode, which kicks-off the new show, Reunion Road Trip, several of your favorites from AMC are part of the first episode.

Look for Rebecca Budig (Ex-Greenlee), Eva LaRue (Ex-Maria), Cameron Mathison (Ex-Ryan), and Jacob Young (Ex-JR) along with Alicia Minshew (Ex- Debbi Morgan (Ex-Angie), Kelly Ripa (Ex-Hayley), and Darnell Williams (Ex-Jesse), to appear.

According to EW.com, who broke the news, viewers can look for Budig, LaRue, Mathison, Young, to come together at an exclusive Hollywood mansion to celebrate the show’s 50th anniversary where they get some surprise visitors in the form of Minshew, Morgan, Ripa, and Williams.

Reunion Road Trip airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT with other episodes to feature the former casts of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, A Different World and Scrubs.

So, looking forward to seeing the Pine Valley crew on Reunion Road Trip? Comment below.

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