Connect with us

All My Children

MORE All My Children! Eric Nelsen and Debbi Morgan Talk on AJ and Angie!

Courtesy/TOLN

Courtesy/TOLN

On Friday’s second episode of MORE All My Children, host Leslie Miller sat-down with long time series star, Debbi Morgan (Angie Hubbard) to find out what enticed here to come back to reprise her in the reboot of the series, while Eric Nelsen (AJ Chandler) opened up about his very first scene where for all intent and purposes fans see him naked with a guitar covering his private parts!  Nelsen also chats on the relationship between AJ and Miranda (Denyse Tontz) where at this point the young best friends just don’t seem to have the same feelings for each other.

Later in MORE All My Children, viewers are given a sneak peek into next week’s episodes where David is still reeling from the news that Cara had an abortion of their child, Pete and Celia look like they are patching things up, and JR realizes that his son AJ was just in his hospital room, just when AJ thought JR did not recognize him. Plus,  Paula Garces debuts in her new role working alongside of Thorsten Kaye, as Zach tries to find a very in trouble Cassandra.

Watch today’s MORE All My Children after the jump! Then, let us know what you think of Eric Nelsen as AJ Chandler? And what storyline are you looking forward to see play out next! And, do you like MORE All My Children? Share your thoughts!

READ MORE
Music Pioneer Little Richard Dead; Guest-Starred On OLTL in Bo & Nora's Wedding and Y&R's Gloria & Jeffrey's Nuptials
Click to comment
Advertisement

Leave a Reply

avatar
ron
ron

Eric Nelsen is a star on the rise. I’m loving pretty much everything on AMC including the new actors. Sure i would love to see sme old faves come back but characters come and go on soaps. AMC has always multi-generational. That’s one of the things that made it so great. It just annoys me why fans act like it’s such a bad thing for it to be that way now.

kim
kim

Hate all the talking on Fridays, would rather see the show!! I don’t even tune in on Fridays its a waste of time.

KarenB
KarenB

You know I just don’t get it. People have been whining and crying the blues ever since all my children and one life to live got cancelled. Now they are back and these very same people have found other things to do with these soaps to complain about. So what if they have made the shows a little hipper,younger,racier. Get with the times people this is just how it is. I am no spring chicken and I still love the shows and I find the new hipper,racier shows fun. As far as the friday recaps if you don’t like it find something else to watch that day,apparently you found other things to watch while they were cancelled. I for one am just glad they are back . Apparently some people are never happy and will always find something to complain about!

Robert
Robert

I agree with KarenB. It seems like some people are just not happy unless they are complaining about something. Like you I am so happy the shows are back as well. I feel they will be back for a while and am afraid ABC will try to complicate things even more for PP because they now see they messed up royally by cancelling the shows in the first place.

All My Children

All My Children Weeklong Virtual Reunions Kick-Off With Ripa, Consuelos, LaRue and Penny

Beginning this morning, Tuesday, May 26th, a weeklong virtual celebration with the cast of All My Children is on tap for fans of the beloved ABC daytime drama series, featuring a “Who’s Who of Pine Valley”.

The weeklong event is brought to you by EW.com and PEOPLETV.com and starts at 10 am EST/PST.   You can watch it right here.

Featured in the first installments are  the Santos family which includes: real-life marrieds, who met on All My Children, Kelly Ripa (Ex-Hayley) and Mark Consuelos (Ex-Mateo), as well as Eva LaRue (Maria) and Sydney Penny (Julia).

Episode 2 coming up on Wednesday will feature: Michael E. Knight (Tad Martin), Cady McClain (Dixie Cooney Martin), Jennifer Bassey (Marian Colby Chandler), Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt), and Darnell Williams (Jesse Hubbard).

The weeklong event is in support of Feeding America helping those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

For more information and how you can make a donation visit ew.com/allmychildrenreunion

So, let us know what you think of the first installment featuring the Santos clan from Pine Valley as they reunite for a good cause via the comment section below.

READ MORE
Soap Vet Debbi Morgan's Emotional Words On How COVID-19 Has Affected the Black Community
Continue Reading

All My Children

‘The Masked Singer’ Runner-up, Ex- AMC’s Jesse McCartney, Recalls Working With David Canary

If you caught the finale of The Masked Singer this week, you know that “The Turtle” was revealed to be none other than former All My Children star and recording artist, Jesse McCartney.

While McCartney came in as the runner-up, losing out to Kandi Burress, he spoke to Digital Journal about his latest single, “Friends’ and recalled his time working with the one and only David Canary (Ex-Stuart/Adam) on the now defunct ABC daytime drama series.

As a young JR Chandler from 1998-2001, that put him sharing on-screen time with Canary, who played his father.  Jesse remembers all of the lines of dialogue thrown at him at a young age was not fun.

When speaking of his time with Canary, McCartney shared: “He was one of the sweetest guys on the planet and he was such a kind soul. He played my father, Adam Chandler, and not only was he the star of the show but he played his own twin brother, Stuart. He had double the lines of any character on the show, and in my three years on the show, he never messed up a line even once. There was a time when David helped me when I was having a moment and I struggled with remembering my lines, so as a result, the soap world for me is very sentimental.”

READ MORE
Soap Stars & Jake Gyllenhaal In All-New Episode of Tonight Show's 'The Longest Days of our Lives'

So, do you remember when Jesse and David were in Pine Valley together? Share your memories via the comment section below.

Continue Reading

All My Children

All My Children Cast Reunites For #UnitedAtHome Series In Week-Long Event

Missing the best, the baddest, and the sexiest of Pine Valley? Well, they are all coming together in Entertainment Weekly’s #UnitedAtHome series beginning next week on May 26th.

The five-part series goes through Friday, May 29th, with new live episodes premiering at 10 a.m. ET and two on Friday. You can watch it here  on EW.com and PeopleTV.com.

The All My Children zoom series will feature the likes of :Kelly Ripa, Billy Miller, Mark Consuelos, Josh Duhamel, Susan Lucci and many, many more.

The weeklong event is also for a cause, with the AMC cast choosing to support Feeding America, which is putting food on the tables of those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic across the country.

Cast members that will be appearing throughout next week are: Jennifer Bassey, Tamara Braun, Justin Bruening, Rebecca Budig, Mark Consuelos, Josh Duhamel, Bobbie Eakes, Melissa Claire Egan, Ricky Paull Goldin, Alexa Havins, Michael E. Knight, Jill Larson, Eva LaRue, Susan Lucci, Cameron Mathison, Cady McClain, Billy Miller, Alicia Minshew, Sydney Penny, Kelly Ripa, Leven Rambin, Eden Riegel, Chrishell Stause, Walt Willey, Darnell Williams, and Jacob Young.

So, what do you think of this AMC upcoming series with the former stars of the beloved soap? Comment below.

READ MORE
Guiding Light 'Otalia' and Friends Online Reunion Set
Continue Reading
Advertisement
Advertisement

Video du Jour

It’s “Villains Week” on Y&R an that means some Sheila Carter, David Kimball, and Isabella Brana, Check out the promo from CBS Daytime here.  Leave A Comment

The Michael Channel

Recent Comments

Advertisement

Power Performance

Steve Burton as Jason & Maurice Benard as Sonny

General Hospital

Airdate: 5-19/20-2020

Advertisement

Popular