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UPDATED: ATWT's "Finale Friday" Share your Thoughts on the Final Episode of the Series!

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The final episode aired today of As the World Turns. And while we have heard from many of you via Twitter and Facebook today, and since it is “Finale Friday”, On-Air On-Soaps knows that everyone is certain to has an have an opinion on the ending.  From Luke listening to Reid’s heart beating inside Chris’s chest, to Holden and Lily’s tearful and heartfelt scene, to Dr. Bob spinning the globe on his desk as he says goodbye to his career and heads for retirement,  and the two references to Nancy Hughes’s famous line, “Goodnight Dear”, their was certainly sentimental value in the final episode.

But what are your  thoughts on the finale?  Did it disappoint? Were you satisfied? And, what are you memories of ATWT?  Now that the final episode  has aired, was it a one, two, or three hankie moment for you, or not at all?  We are sure many have mixed- emotions, and especially long time viewers of the soap.

So, we have opened up this post for you to voice your final farewell thoughts on the conclusion of As the World Turns, today, after you have watched the final episode.

It’s hard to say goodbye to another soap and watch it die,  and certainly to say “so long” to some of the enduring characters you have loved to love over the last several years, and in some cases decades, from the fictional town of Oakdale.   But the time is upon us and as they say, all good things must come to an end.   We look forward to your thoughts, good, bad, frustrating or indifferent.

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Sara
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Sara

I am so sad that it is over. I have watched it for over 20 years. 🙁

Stefanie
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Stefanie

I’m going to miss As the World Turns, especially the Snyder and Walsh families. I’ve watched ATWT practically since I was born, and I doubt I’ll ever follow a show for that long again. Heck, I doubt I’ll even watch a soap opera again (well, unless Van Hansis decides to star in another soap…).

Terry Richard
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Terry Richard

I am going to miss the beautiful and talented Eileen Fulton as Lisa! The fact that the producers and writers refused to give her a storyline in over 15 years is one of the reasons this show had such bad ratings in recent years. Look at Jeanne Cooper on “Young and Restless”! A veteran of that show since the first year, Katherine still enjoys front burner stories to this day and that show is #1. Shame on you Chris Goutman, Jean Passante, and Proctor and Gamble for ignoring the biggest talent in “As the World Turn’s” company of actors!!! I… Read more »

mmc
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mmc

I agree …they put her on a shelf for so many years and that wasn’t right!

Lis
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Lis

I’ll too follow another soap only if Van Hansis stars in it!

kwbalan
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kwbalan

Very sad to see it end. Everyday the last few weeks has brought new tears. Watching for 30 years. Don’t know how to say goodbye to a show that I have been watching for so many years.

I agree I will not start watching any other shows unless of course my favorite ATWT actors should end up on them. The loss is just too difficult. First GL and now ATWT.

mmc
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mmc

As the world stops turning is truly one of the saddest days of my life.54 years is a long time for anything to last.And i started watching 54 years ago.As much as I hated the massacre of the reid and luke storyline, I still will miss ATWT.This show has been a constant for most of my life.And there were so many wonderful characters and great acting.Times are changing and not for the better…when a great soap bites the dust and so many sleazy programs are becoming the norm, we are all in trouble! And i still say the luke reid… Read more »

Marcy
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Marcy

I loved the luke/reid storyline but the henry/babs storyline blew me away. The chemistry was electric and very raw and real with both couples. It’s a shame that these couples came together at the eleventh hour….

Jill
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Jill

Hi mmc. I completely agree with you. I’m heartbroken, not just for myself, but for our beloved cast, who have lost their family in more ways than even we did. 🙁

Phyllis
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Phyllis

I will miss Barbara, Kim and their families very, very much. Carjack and Janet had me weeping today. They are all amazing actors.

Robyn
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Robyn

I will miss you ATWT! I have watched you since I was about 9 years old. Along with my grandmother, my mother, my brother and even my son! Thank you for the memories. What to do with my quiet time when I come home from work now….you will be missed!

Nia Liz
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Nia Liz

As little girls staying with grandmother over the summers in the 1980s, my cousins and I were forced to watch the CBS soap lineup. We made the best of it though. We would choose our favorite World Turns’ characters and role play during every episode. Of course, the four of us always fought to be either Barbara or Lily. We wanted to be Barbara for the obvious reasons – she was gorgeous, charming and had those brilliant brown eyes, and Lily for being adorable and passionate! I actually remember one time playing James, which was super strange and didn’t sit… Read more »

Marcy
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Marcy

Very sweet message but at the same time, very depressing.

kwbalan
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kwbalan

Perfectly stated Nia. Those of us who have watched ATWT for most of our lives do not know life without it. Taking it away from us is heartbreaking…

tina
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tina

.I have watched ATWT off and on over the past 20 yrs. I have watched more out of loyality for the past 2 yrs and then the character of Reid was introduced…his character was such a breath of fresh air. I became enchanted as most of you did with the beautiful love story of Luke and Reid. I was always kinda indifferent to the Nuke storyline, it never really moved me one way or the other, but Lure captured my heart completely by surprise. I can honestly say I fell in love with Luke and Reid right along with them.… Read more »

kwbalan
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kwbalan

ITA Luke & Reid story was not about 2 men falling in love, just a beautiful love story… period. I feel like there was so much we were robbed of with them all for the sake of everyone else’s happy ending…

teresa
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teresa

that was beautifully said and i couldn’t have done it better .thank you.

Lucie
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Lucie

I agree with you 115% I feel so cheated you have no idea. 🙁

mary uk x
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mary uk x

total agreement, i dont think i have seen any comment anywhere that says anyone liked the way their story ended, its just wrong and thats all there is to it.. i hope that in the last few days of the soap that this lost them viewers as its what they deserve for trying to over sensationalise and ending!

sad is i have dipped into the show on and off for 20 years, being a uk viewer it hasnt always been possible, i feel very sad that it has come to this really do x

Staci
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Staci

I grew up watching this show. My mom watched it every day. I never thought this day would come. This feels like losing half of my family! I just can’t believe it’s happening. 🙁

Melanie
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Melanie

To day As the world turns ends ,today it really ends. I have to repeat that over and over to let myself now it’s really a fact. I’m a Dutch ATWT fan, and I’m watching the show since I was a little kid. I started watching with my mom. Then I really got interessted in everything, and in the US episodes. (In the Netherlands, the only European country that airs ATWT, we are over 1,5 year behind) I e-mailed actors, got photo’s with autographs, watched interviews with actors on youtube. And I even went to a European fan event were… Read more »

Jill
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Jill

It will be a sad 1.5 years, but at least you still have that 1.5 years. We here have nothing. 🙁

I love your beautiful country, by the way. I met my husband there. We had our first kiss on a canal boat. 🙂

Detours
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Detours

I will miss ATWT, even though I don’t watch it everyday, it’s nice to know it was always “there” – when I was home from school or work, when I was sick, when it was a holiday. I will miss not spending the holidays with the Snyders and Hughes’. It was 54 years – but there were still so many stories that could have been told. I think the genre needs to figure out how it can re-invent itself and make money. I think we started to see some of that with Soap Net, and now with web series. Viewers… Read more »

Karen
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Karen

I am really sorry to see ATWT end. I was a viewer who started watching Another World in 1990 during grad school and followed it until its cancellation (still a bitter pill after all these years). I was a big Ryan/Vicky fan (remember them??), and followed the just as enjoyable Vicky/Jake (the great Tom Eplin!) pairing to ATWT in 1999 and have watched ever since. I loved, loved, LOVED the Katie and Simon story and was sorry that they didn’t do more with those characters this winter after Brad passed away. I really enjoyed Van Hansis and his portrayal of… Read more »

Jammi
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Jammi

Thank you Atwt for twenty six great years of family, fun, adventure, romance and intrigue. I will never forget the citizens of Oakdale. they have been like old friends for so long, i can’t imagine them not being in my life. 2pm is going to be so lonely now without a glimpse into the world of the Hughes family and the STewarts and of course the Snyders…Luke, Lily, Holden, Jack and their loved ones. I will miss them all. Thank you ATWT for so many great years. I thought the last ep was fitting and I loved don hastings voiceover.… Read more »

April
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April

My mom used to watch ATWT since it was first on, and I’ve carried on the tradition for most of my adult life. Today’s last episode was sad, I shed a few tears. Especially when Margo said good bye to her son as he was moving away. (My son just left for college too) . I suppose as they say “All good things must come to an end”. It’s the end of an era, the end of something I grew up with, so it will be sad. Not only did I enjoy the show, I felt closer to my mom… Read more »

darlene
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darlene

I will really miss this show. I just finished watching the last episode,needless to say I cried through the entire show.I wish all of the actors and crew the best of luck . I hope to see some of the actors in the future. There will never be another soap like ATWT. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories.

Lucia
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Lucia

Aw, my beautiful Luke Snyder, I already miss you. Van Hansis is the most excellent actor ever and I am sad I won’t watch new episodes of Luke portrayed by this fantastic man. Really, Luke has been a huge part of my daily life during 5 years, I was always so happy when spoilers were telling us when Luke would appear on screen, and when Luke was happy and smiled this beautiful smile of his, I was happy too, and when he was sad (like in today’s episode) and cried those heartbreaking tears, I felt sad… Luke was the character… Read more »

reidstheman
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reidstheman

I cried through the enitre last show today and it was NOT for saying goodbye to the characters or tears of joy for the happy/sappy endings for all of the rest, it was for the cruel ending we (the fans) got for the most special love story ever to be written and the BEST actors I have ever seen, LuRe. For months we waited patiently…well, not so patiently for LuRe to say I love you and finally make love and to have our fairytale happy ending for LuRe. To get an ending worse than anything we could possibly imagine was… Read more »

Mary
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Mary

I loved Reid and Luke together, it was a thoughtfully constructed love story (apparently by a previous writer), and I’m sad about the vicious way this relationship ended, but honestly, that’s a separate issue. Can anyone really turn a blind eye to the fact that every other main character under the age of 50 (and the majority over 50) were happily paired at the end? For a show that tried to gain kudos for breaking ground in gay relationships, the social commentary introduced by this ending is so disappointing. I’m not gay, but my heart breaks for individuals who have… Read more »

labelgirl
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labelgirl

I loved the ending of this wonderful soap. Of course, I cried thru the whole program and just now rewatched it from my DVR to catch all I missed from crying. Even though I was upset they killed Reid, I thought today’s show was beautifully written and performed. Was it perfect – no, But it was beautiful. And for Bob Hughes to say good night at the end was perfect. The writing had been great the last few weeks and As the world turns, it delt with life, death and birth – and of course having John at the end… Read more »

Lois
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Lois

I have watched ATWT since 1958 when my first child was born. It is a tragedy that
cbs has cancelled. This is a show that many senior people, along with young and college people have loved. What could have been the sensible reason ??? I know it made money for all.

Joss
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Joss

I have watched off and on for 30 years. ‘On’ when the writing was good. ‘Off’ when not so good. I endured the ending of Another World and now ATWT. It must be a sign that I should not watch soaps as I pick the ones that get cancelled. I will not watch another one as I can endure no more. I wish all the best to those who report in the soap business like you Michael. And I wish all the best to the actors who will hopefully move on to bigger and better things. Good Night.

tess
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tess

I will miss it but i dont get it why the writers had to Kill Reid off and leave Luke grieving to pimp Katie and Chris who had zero chemistry and now Chris doest even want to be COS, am glad the pain is over but i feel bad for all the actors who have to look for work.

Tom
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Tom

Overall I enjoyed it. Rather than just tying up stories, it showed promise for the future of the characters. I do have a few minor quibbles. Instead of Margo and Tom leaving trading homes with Katie because Margo was upset about empty nest syndrome, I would instead have had Tom’s forgotten son Daniel come home. The music was a bit heavy handed and intrusive in the final minutes, too. What I thought was really disrespectful, however, was that during the closing credits, the absolute last moments of this 54 year old grande dame, was that instead of seeing something specific… Read more »

Carmen D'Cruze
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Carmen D'Cruze

I can’t explain the overwhelming shock that has come over me. WHHHYYY??? I keep asking myself. The show was great. I had no idea until I read about it here online. I’ve not heard any mention from the media. I’m so depressed. Watching a soap, is like reading a book. You get to know the characters so well; it’s like there your close friends. You dont want to lose them; now I have again. (Guding Light demised a year ago) For the past 35 years mom & I watched “As The World Turns”. I’ve still been able to record them.… Read more »

Doe
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Doe

Well, I have mixed emotions about the ending of ATWT.I believe it could have flowed better instead of, “lets satisfy everyone by showing these scenes that just looked like clips as fast as we can because there are too many of them.” I did like the narrative, though. My favorite scene will always be Luke with the stethescope going to Chris and wanting to listen to Reid’s heart. Watching Luke’s face was beautiful to see and so meaningful. The only other thing I liked was when Bob Hughes was leaving the hospital for good was the “good night” (a tribute… Read more »

mmc
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mmc

I hated when Luke listened to Reids heart.Maybe I’m not a nice person but I wouldn’t want to hear the love of my lifes heart beating in someone elses chest.I can’t get over the fact that TPTB would give Katie and Chris a happy ending when Katie was still grieving over Brad.Luke and Reid deserved a happy ending considering they had the best storyline in ages.The endings were too rushed and it’s so sad that this show could not have ended with the respect it deserved.I was 13 when Nancy said “Good Morning’ and i was honored to be there… Read more »

Michael Bird
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Michael Bird

The ending did seem rushed, but I like how some people DIDN’T get a happy ending … it seemed more realistic. I’ve watched this show for most of my 36 (almost 37) years. My mother and grandmother watched it; my wife and children have watched it with me. I feel like I buried a friend today. The most important character in the show’s history, Lisa, got dissed with her ending — walking away from John and Lucinda with a disgusted look on her face? This character had her own prime-time spinoff! But I must say, I absolutely LOVED the way… Read more »

mmc
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mmc

It’s really nice to hear a man comment as most of the comments are made by women.The only person that really didn’t get a happy ending is Luke and that will bother me forever.People say it wasn’t a gay thing, then what?Does anybody have an answer.And I’m not gay and my sons are not gay so I don’t have an agenda.i just need answers. I watched from day 1 and i loved this show.I feel like an old friend died and i can’t come to terms with it!

Dale Whitehead
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Dale Whitehead

Writers developed a bad tendency to leave the gay as hanging off cliffs, or having unfortunate deaths. It sounds like they may learn from this situation. I’m a guy who is straight,too. Although I only started watching this show in Feb, because of seeing a TV guide item about upcoming cancellation, I fondly remember the neighborhood housewives who made it clear they had to watch their TV “stories”. I can remember that world globe in the 1957-era, etc. When I did start watching this year, I quickly realized it was a quality act, compared to that awful One Life to… Read more »

semaj
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semaj

dusty and janet happy ending was prefect and dusty finally got a son of his own with the woman he love aww

Brock
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Brock

I have mixed feelings about the ending. I really wish that the veteran characters had dominated it (too little Susan and Lisa; no Emma) with appearances by long gone characters (Penny Hughes, Ellen Stewart, Lyla Montgomery, Jessica Griffith, Grant Coleman……). On the other hand, the ending was easier for me as the writers insisted on focusing on Janet and Katie too much, constantly reminding me how much I have loathed the current show for the past few years even while I love the missing vets! I am absolutely shocked that poor Lisa got 4 lines of dialogue in one episode… Read more »

mark
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mark

The use of the music from the film Prince of Tides was a excellent choice,

Elaina Tindall
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Elaina Tindall

Very sad that CBS has decided to cancel this show. I grew up watching this soap with my mother, and will really miss it. I work a full time job, but DVR’d ATWT every day and watched it religiously. They should have canceled Bold & Beautiful and kept this much loved soap. The actors/actresses are amazing and I wish them the best.

Steve
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Steve

I loved the last episode though I think Don Hastings should have looked at the camera in the final scene and said “Good night … everyone.” After watching for about 35 years, there will be a void in my life. It’s hard to put into words …

EJ
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EJ

in my opinion, what ruined this show and its ratings were two main things: 1) the loss of martha byrne’s Lily and, 2) the constant and persistent use of the character, Katie, about whom many viewers couldn’t care less.

steph
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steph

I COULDN’T AGREE MORE!!

Jill
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Jill

Don’t forget Wah-net. The disrespect this team showed not only the fans but the actors is stunning. They clearly knew nothing and cared nothing about WHO our actual beloved Oakdale family members were. Lucinda growing up with MOBsters when she was Mary Ellen? Puh-lease! It’s just so outrageous. Lisa being mocked and laughed at in her final scene ever on the show SHE made #1 for 20 years? A travesty beyond comprehension! Noelle Beck offered to step aside to let Martha Byrne reprise her role as Lily when the cancellation was announced, and Byrne said she would have come back.… Read more »

Tara Pierce
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Tara Pierce

I sobbed like a baby! Not so much for the content of the finale, but because I grew up with these characters. I have watched ATWT for 28 years. I started when I was around 14 (although my mom had watched it for years before and my grandmother since the debut), I am the same age as Lily and grew up watching Martha and Jon grow up together. I feel like part of my family is gone. I love Maura and Michael and the rest of the cast. I hope they all know how much we will miss them, but… Read more »

rose
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rose

cbs u sux for one we dont need another talk show or game show put back gl and atwt maybe u will be more liked

Melba Bishop
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Melba Bishop

I started watching ATWT when I was 12 years old and I am now 68. I feel as if my heart has been ripped out or a family member has died. I would like to be able to get DVD’s of early episodes but I have searched and cannot find them. I would purchase them if you would offer them but I am so upset about the cancellation that I cannot even consider watching whatever replaces ATWT. Please give those of us who watched for so long and so faithfully the courtesy of being able to get old episodes. You… Read more »

Jill
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Jill

Melba, not only are they not going to make episodes of ATWT available on places like Soapnet or on DVD, but as of October 31st, they are pulling every episode of every P&G soap (ATWT, GL & AW) off of Youtube! We need to write to them an let them know how angry we are!

O
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O

WHY ! I want to watch the World Turns and Guiding Light on youtube

CiCi
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CiCi

Goodnight for now ATWT … Good bye & good Riddens P&G

steph
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steph

the canceling of this show is the fault of CBS, not P&G! although the money hungry executives at P&G are now electing to remove ATWT content from youtube and hulu! they’re both detestable, money hungry companies at this point…….

Lisa
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Lisa

You are so right!! The decision to remove the content is mean spirited at best. Once again we’re faced with an example of corporate greed where maximizing the bottom line trumps the wants/needs of its viewers/people on any givend day. Ironically, this theme is playing out in all aspects of our society right now. I’ve watched ATWT and TGL for over 20 years and it is very sad to see them both end for no good reason other than greed; and, I’m sure they will monetize viewership of past episodes in the future. On principal, I will not watch and… Read more »

lou
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lou

for me after 38 yrs, its like another death–i truly expected my stories would outlive me, and, some day when i’m old and not able to get out as much, i’d still have something special each day to look forward to.,as i did on school days off when nothing else was going on…i recall years ago before vhs and dvr and podcast and internet viewing..being so disappointed if i missed an episode, or if it was to be pre-empted, for a presidential press conference, or th OJ Simpson trial, or the political conventions(they were covered in daytime yrs ago), or… Read more »

Lewis
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Lewis

The final episode was exactly as I expected: A rapid trite saccharine ending (except for Bob Hughes’ exit from his office with the globe spinning as he departed), uniting all the appropriate couples, giving the correct offspring to the correct couple, with a future baby on the horizon for another, while my mind kept drifting back to what the writers did to Luke and Reid. Given the circumstances, what else could the writers have done? But after the high powered drama of the Luke/Reid situation, I felt as though the entire show flatlined in its aftermath. Luke listening to Reid’s… Read more »

Jill
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Jill

I am SO angry at CBS and Les Moonves I cannot begin to express it. He canceled this beloved show so his WIFE could have her own talk show! As if people give a hoot about Julie Chen and her gabfest. What we cared about were friends and family we literally grew up with! I was born on the same day as Tom Hughes and have been watching the World Turn for over 30 years. What Moonves has done is obscene.

pae
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pae

I thought it was so well done and loved the narration. I definitely cried and will miss the characters. My favorite line was: “Marriage is a long conversation that ends too soon.”

Rob
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Rob

While I think many episodes leading up to the finale were stronger, this was a nice little ending.

I thought the final scene was moving and fitting for the show, the world keeps turning….

AMANDA
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AMANDA

I have been a faithful viewer of this soap since my college days (30) years ago. It is the only soap that I have ever watched. I will truly miss the characters and stories. I was a little dissapointed with the finale on Friday. Lisa has been on the show since day one. She should have been given a major part on the last day, instead of a one minute scene. She should have been with Kim and Bob. Bob was saying good-bye to his position at the hospital, which was fine. Lisa should have been involved with this story,… Read more »

Nancy Biehn
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Nancy Biehn

I have watched ATWT since 1964. The acting is better than any other soap. Please let us know where the actors will be going. Loved the show. Sorry is was cancelled

Kimberly
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Kimberly

I have watched this show as we all Guiding Light for 35 years. Just as G.L. I worked that week and had no clue that it was being cut. It is shocking to come home to watch it & Price Is Right is on 2 days in a row, I google and found out it no longer will be aired. I am just sick! Does this network not care about the long term viewers who loved these shows and these actors. They have became a part of our lives. We have laughed and cried with them over the years. Is… Read more »

Dale Whitehead
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Dale Whitehead

It was cruel to not continue ATWT as a weekly show, like Dallas was watched for many years. The last of the old-time 1950s was definitely worthy of saving. CBS and P&G missed a real opportunity. Any one else from Omaha NE concur?

Oscar NUKE
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Oscar NUKE

the ending really ripped my heart out. i an a die-hard NUKE fan. they didn’t include Noah in the finale, that’s very disrespectful to his character. Noah hasn’t been on the show long but he has been through SO MUCH with Luke and i think he at least deserves a reference. they show Luke listening to Reid’s heart, symbolising a love that’s still there but what about Noah? Noah and Luke have been through so much together, so much more than Luke and Reid, and more than Luke and Reid will ever go through together even if he was alive.… Read more »

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ATWT and GL Casting Directors To Talk Casting Some Of Your Favorites In Upcoming Virtual Chat

Here’s an intriguing virtual reunion from Alan Locher, and his Locher Room channel.  Coming up next week on Thursday, September 3rd at 2 p. m. EST/11 a. m. PST, the former casting directors of As the World Turns and Guiding Light will chat it up about their time casting some of your favorites from Oakdale and Spingfield.

Look for Mary Clay Boland, who was with As the World Turns till its conclusion in 2010 and Rob Decina who was with Guiding Light till it ended in 2009, to talk about the casting process, what they are up to today and so much more.

You can check it out next week live by clicking here.

So when you look at the last ten years or so of As the World Turns and Guiding Light, which characters and actors would you love to know about … and hear some back-story as to why they got their parts from Rob and Mary?  Let us know via the comment section below.

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‘As the World Turns’ Writers Virtual Reunion Planned

Coming up, four former writers of As the World Turns will share their favorite moments, storylines, or perhaps not-so-favorite storylines during the history of the beloved CBS soap opera on an upcoming edition of The Locher Room.

Look for Emmy-award winning writers: Tom Casiello, Susan Dansby, Charlotte Gibson, and Jean Passanante to go inside stories about the characters and stories they helped to create in Oakdale during their time with the series with host, Alan Locher.

Circle your calendars for next Friday, August 7th beginning at 2 p.m. EST/noon PST and follow the link here to view.

So, looking forward to the former writers chat of As the World Turns? Comment below.

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NEXT WEEK: As the World Turns Reunion with Lesli Kay & Kristina Romero

The Oakdale mother/daughter duo of Molly and Abigail is back for a virtual reunion coming up next week on Alan Locher’s The Locher Room via You Tube.

That is when Daytime Emmy-winner Lesli Kay (Ex-Molly) and Kristina Romero (Abigail) share stories and remembrances from their time on CBS’ iconic soap opera, As the World Turns.

Kay debuted on ATWT back in 1997 and her first run on the show lasted till 2004.  She later reprised the role on a recurring basis from 2009-2010.  She won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series back in 2001.

Throughout her daytime career Lesli has also been on General Hospital and The Bold and the Beautiful in the parts of Lois and Felicia, respectively.

As for Romero, when she was on ATWT from 2000-2002, she earned two Daytime Emmy nominations for her role as Abigail, back then she went by the name “Kristina Sisco” before she was married.

You can watch the reunion live on Thursday, July 30th at 2 p,m. est/111 a.m. PST by clicking on the link here.

So, looking forward to this ATWT reunion with Lesli and Kristina? Comment below.

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