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Prospect Park and TOLN Announce New All My Children & One Life to Live Viewing Schedule Starting Monday July 1st!

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Today the powers-that-be at Prospect Park and TOLN announced a switch in the viewing schedule and release of all episodes moving forward weekly of All My Children, One Life to Live, and MORE AMC & OLTL. effective on Monday, July 1st!

In the official statement with news of all episodes, all Mondays, TOLN related to its audience:  “Mondays are now soap days, with more choices, and more flexibility. Beginning next Monday, July 1, 2013, TOLN (The OnLine Network) will release ALL of the week’s highly-rated All My Children and One Life To Live episodes on Mondays via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes. The new schedule means that TOLN will run all episodes on Mondays, and not stagger runs of  All My Children on Mondays/Wednesdays, One Life to Live on Tuesdays/Thursdays and MORE AMC/OLTL on Fridays.

Now viewers will be able to choose to watch one episode each day or binge view some or all of that week’s shows at once starting each Monday.  Together with the MORE shows, viewers can play or save up to six TOLN programs per week—all available on Mondays – providing even more flexibility to watch anytime, and anywhere.”

So soap fans what do you think of the new viewing schedule which will seem to allow for binge viewing, viewing-as-you-go, or the ability to sit-down and watch a full hour of All My Children and One Life to Live and the MORE show the week?  Weigh-in!

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Cool I like it!!!

ill take them anyway i can get them…especially now that oltl is becoming more interesting…not as good as its final year on abc but good enough to keep me watching. Even if not shown they still need to mention other characters once in awhile like Jessica…maybe she could be away taking care of Brody who is ill…anything. Also Blair could get on the phone and Call Starr at least once a week. Clint and Viki could mention their other children sometimes! Bo could learn Victor was held by Allison and order a search for her!!!

I like it..
It will be no different than watching a prime time soap..
I watch Revenge once a week and scandal once a week, as other serials are also shown once a week.

My plan will be to combine the 2 AMC half hour episodes which will give me an hour episode to watch on an evening not decided, yet..
The same will be for OLTL, combining the 2 half hour shows into an hour show..

Now, I will have 2 serial dramas ,one hour dramas, to watch on 2 dull nights 🙂

It gives viewers more control, but I’d rather have 4 episodes a week again than this.

Like this idea. That way fans can watch anytime.

I personally did not like when it was cut to 2 new shows each week, BUT I have actually loved it. So much easier squeezing 45 mins twice a week VS 2 hours twice a week. I understand this is a new medium and the kinks need to get worked out, but thought so go into it Vs making a decision on the fly. I will miss the heated arguments like in real life and the cursing going bye bye going forward.

I think we need 4 days a week for both soaps. I don’t like just 2 episodes each the shows are too good, we want more.

I agree with you, I think OLTL and AMC are great and I want to see more not less.

Then I hope you keep watching ladies, and try to get your friends & family to watch too! Because if we want more episodes back, then we need to make sure these are successful now! 🙂

After reading blogs on TOLN facebook edition and the actual boards on TOLN after the news was announced, I got so frustrated. People complaining, they don’t even read so they understand what is happening. PPark has not gone back on anything. The shows are available to watch once released at anytime, they are not changing that now. People are adding to the inability to not adapt to the changes. I see that they are still expecting it like it used to be, well those days are gone. I wish people would have memories of how it felt when we lost them both. I sure do. I’m still so glad we have them back. I actually like the idea of not waiting from Thursday till Tuesday to watch a new episode. I just had to vent. Thanks.

KELLY, Yes I agree with you to, But I still want to see more not less, I miss seeing them 5 days a week and now we are going to one day a week, OLTL and AMC are very well written and I am enjoying them, But I want them to be on the way they were before ABC trashed them. I am very happy the soaps are back, So I guess I have to take what we can get. PP IS DOING A GOOD JOB IN KEEPING LlANVIEW AND PINE VALLEY THE PLACE TO BE, AND I THANK THEM FOR CARING ENOUGH TO BRING THEM BACK TO US.

Thumbs up. My friend and I always “binge view” because we watch together, making it an event. A single show isn’t enough. Thanks for bringing back our Children!

What I like about All My Children on Hulu is that it always starts were I left off or on the next episode even if I miss any. I still get to see them all. Plus, I am allowed to skim over some scenes of characters I don’t really care for. It’s a time saver.

I will support AMC and OLTL as long as both shows are available regardless of the schedule, that will never change. With saying that, I believe I will watch each show on their schedule as it is now so everyday there would be a new episode to watch. My preference would be to resume the original schedule, ie. M-THUR both shows.


Fine by me! I usually binge watch anyway. Whatever keeps them on works for me!

What a great idea! I would still like more shows per week but I do like the 30 minute episodes instead of an hour. Off topic, am I the only person who would rather have Krystal running the coffee shop.?

No, you’re not the only one who feels that way, Kate. It seems to me that Krystal may have transitioned from the little restaurant bar that she ran to a modern day Coffee Shop. Unfortunately, with the actress who played Krystal not available, or not approached, they had to introduce new characters. I watch ALL MY CHILDREN faithfully, am glad to have it back, but to me, it needs work and I think it honestly needs to be on longer (not necessarily an hour, but certainly longer than 24 minutes) to maintain continuity. I too miss Krystal, Jackson, Tad, Jake, Kendall, and of course Miss Erica Kane. It would be nice if some of these characters could return, but really, to be honest, while re-casting is a part of the Soap world, I don’t think some really “key” characters would be accepted played by new Actors.

I love the pacing of OLTL, and the storylines certainly are heating up! I am thrilled TOLN is releasing both episodes on Monday, as I didn’t like the lag, especially Thursday to Tuesday. Prospect Park is showing they care about the viewers, while ensuring success of the soaps/serial drama. I, too, hope the amount of episodes per week increases…but I don’t mind the half hour format. It seems almost longer than the OLTL from the past. Here’s to the future!

I agree! I think it took OLTL a bit to get started, but it is becoming more interesting and exciting each day. I think PP is doing a great job keeping our soaps around and hopefully for a very long time. Keep up the good work OLTL and AMC.

Welcome back Michael! I think this is similar to what most of the online only shows are doing on Netflix and Hulu. My only wish is that they would start making just one episode a week and make it 1 hour long. This way they can do more with each episode like a primetime soap and have an actual cliffhanger with each episode.

Thats what i suggested too some time ago…i watch Dallas as an hour per week…so why not with the reboots…people will watch the two half hours together anyway…i did.

For all of us true fans out there, we just have to watch and keep supporting. Personally I have grown so tired of all the negative and complaining that I rarely comment anywhere anymore. I communicate directly with PP and the respected soaps sites. You are never going to please everyone, so just enjoy and ignore the negative!

Love it! Works for me as they will all be there whenever I am ready to watch. If Monday is the only time I have to watch, then I wouldn’t have to wait until the week after they air to watch them all.

I like the idea of watching these soaps whenever I can, my time, my way. I still want more episodes to watch per week. Thank you TOLN and PP.

I guess now TOLN can go back to 4 shows a week.. 7 days is plenty of time to watch 8 episodes… unless the excuse they gave us was….. a lie!!!!!

It seems like only a matter of time before these shows are cancelled for good. Prospect Park can spin everything any way they want to, but all of these changes this soon in are sending a clear message of desperation. It seems pretty clear that they’re almost certainly not getting enough views for the shows to at least break even financially, which if true, is not surprising at all. Hardly anyone I know is interested in watching these slow, watered-down reboots, and I personally know a ton of women who are soap fans. If everything was going well, there would not have been a need to cut the number of weekly episodes and rearrange the airing schedules this much. Anyone who thinks otherwise is naive. Call me cynical, but I just don’t think that Prospect Park is telling the whole story. Their track record doesn’t exactly inspire confidence.

I realize that this is new territory for what PP is trying to do, but they had well over a year to get all of their ducks in order. Other than the shrinking group of rabid die-hards, most mainstream people don’t have the patience to wait while PP works out the kinks with so much other competition for their time.

I like it so I am on board. Cool Beans:)

So happy. I just looke on FB. Mr. Fairman, AMC/OLTL will air on the Oprah Winfrey channel “OWN” over the summer. A 10 week stint starting mid July:)!!! The good news keeps coming. Check this scoop out Mr. Fairman.

Thanks for keeping us posted!!:)

Like most I wish for 5 days a week a hour each episode – BUT I love these shows and I will watch 1 hour a week or 25 – no complaints here I will just watch!! Love these shows getting better all the time!

I will watchAMC and OLTL any way they put them on, I am just happy that we have them back. Thanks Michael for all your updates. Have a great day.

I usually just wait until Thursday, Friday or even Saturday to watch the 2 episodes together. and if the “more” show (which I call “less”) is still splitting the time going back and forth between OLTL and AMC, I just skip that cuz it’s annoying trying to skip thru it to just get OLTL stuff.

I do like those little snippets of bonus material they’ve done at the end of the last few episodes… no wading thru AMC to get stuff I’m interested in.

The soaps are still like new born babies..
they’ll have a lot of growing in years to come..
I still believe that one day, we will have 5 days a week, again..

It takes time..
Our soaps have just learned how to walk and are potty trained , that is good..

and then there are the soap execs that never learn the potty training! (like frons!)

I have marathon viewed these shows for years because I would tape them and watch on the weekends. (I also prefer to call it a marathon versus a binge) So this doesn’t bother me at all.

I also have no problem staying loyal and watching while these shows go through growing pains and I believe like su0000 that one day we will have more of these shows again.

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Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos Give Their ‘Talk Show Host’ Daytime Emmy Acceptance Speeches on ‘Live’

During last Friday’s 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, All My Children alums, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, were named as the Outstanding Daytime Series Talk Show hosts for Live with Kelly and Mark.

Those who watched the Emmy broadcast on CBS or streaming on Paramount+ knew that the couple was a no-show when their names were called. On Monday’s episode of ‘Live’, Kelly and Mark addressed their absence and each delivered acceptance speeches.

Consuelos also pointed out that this is his wife’s sixth Daytime Emmy talk show host victory, making her just one shy of tying Oprah Winfrey in the category who has 7.  Throughout her Emmy wins, Ripa has shared the honor with her different co-hosts, but this makes the first Emmy win for Consuelos as co-host.


Kelly and Mark revealed on Emmy night they were actually in London visiting their daughter, Lola and had made the travel plans long ago before this year’s Emmys came around.

When it was time for her to make her speech to the audience and the cameras at home, Kelly shared: “I just want to say, first and foremost, thank you, Mark, for being an incredible, incredible partner. You make it look easy and it is not easy and the ease at which you do this job inspires me and all of us every single day. ” Ripa also went on to thank the producers, EP Michael Gelman, everyone at the show behind the scenes, and the loyal audience at home for watching every single day.

Mark expressed: I would have said, my dad always told me to marry somebody who’s better than you and try to work with people who are way better than you as well. So, I’ve done both those things. So ,thank you. Thank you for holding me up. I appreciate it.”

Watch Kelly and Mark celebrate their Daytime Emmy victory on ‘Live’ below.

Now let us know, happy that Kelly and Mark took home the gold, for their first Emmy season together as co-hosts? Comment below.

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Chrishell Stause, Sam Asghari and Gabby Windey Among Reality Star Cast for ‘Traitors’ Season 3

The upcoming third season cast of Peacock’s Traitors, hosted by Alan Cummings, has been revealed and it includes a plethora of reality stars, including former All My Children, Days of our Lives, and The Young and the Restless star, Chrishell Stause.

Most recently, Stause has been a mainstay of the hit reality-real estate series, Selling Sunset. In addition, Chrishell is also heading down under come July to tape a guest star run on long-running soap Neighbours.

The synopsis for Traitors reads: Alan Cummings “plays host to 21 larger-than-life personalities who come together to compete in a series of missions with the objective of earning a cash prize of up to $250,000. The catch? Hidden amongst the Faithful contestants are the Traitors, whose goal is to eliminate the Faithful and claim the prize for themselves. Under the cover of darkness, the Traitors ‘murder’ contestants one by one, but if the Faithful can banish all the Traitors before the end of the game, they’ll split the incredible prize.”

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The new season will be set in a remote castle in the Scottish Highlands. The cast includes: Britney Spears’ ex-husband Sam Asghari (who also appeared in The Bay), Vanderpump Rules star Tom Sandoval, Bob the Drag Queen from RuPaul’s Drag Race; Dorinda Medley, Robyn Dixon, Dolores Catania and Chanel Ayan from the “Real Housewives” franchise, Ciara Miller from Summer House; Zac Efron’s brother Dylan; former ‘Bachelorette’ Gabby Windey, as well as Wells Adams from “Bachelor Nation.” In addition look for Britney Haynes and Danielle Reyes from Big Brother; plus Survivor stars: Carolyn Wiger, Jeremy Collins, Rob Mariano and Tony Vlachos.

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Traitors is produced by Studio Lambert with Stephen Lambert, Mike Cotton, Sam Rees-Jones, Rosie Franks, Jack Burgess and Tim Harcourt serving as executive producers. No word yet on the release date for season 3.

Check out the cast reveal for season 3 below. Then let us know what you think about the names in the show and if you will be checking out Chrishell and company when it finally streams on Peacock via the comment section.


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Chrishell Stause to Guest Star on Amazon Freevee’s ‘Neighbours’ in New Soap Role

Look. who’s returning to the soaps but this time down under? Chrishell Stause, who before the reality-series Selling Sunset found notoriety on daytime dramas, is set to play a new guest role on the iconic Australian soap, Neighbours.

Stause will play a new character, Yasmine Shields, who is said to be,”a glamorous and successful businesswoman in pursuit of an exciting new opportunity.” Chrishell will make her way to Australia and start filming in July.

Neighbours releases new episodes Monday-Thursday, at 7 a.m. BST, on Amazon Freevee in the UK and the U.S.  Stause is joining the show at the right time as it just received its first Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Drama Series at the upcoming 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

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In a statement, the former All My Children, Days of our Lives and The Young and the Restless star, expressed, “I am honored and excited to join such a beloved and iconic show.  Coming from the world of soaps in the U.S., it’s back to my first love in the entertainment industry. They pitched me an idea for a character, and I was immediately excited to figure out a way to make it happen. Ramsay Street here I come!”

Neighbours Executive Producer Jason Herbison said on the casting news, “We are thrilled to welcome Chrishell to the cast of Neighbours. We created a character especially for her and we can’t wait for her to bring the storyline alive. Expect intrigue and surprises – and many implications for the residents of Ramsay Street.”

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As fans know, Stause married her partner, Australian musician G Flip back in 2022, so now she has additional roots on the continent.

Previously on the soaps, Chrishell played the role of Amanda Dillon on All My Children (2005-2011), Bethany Bryant on The Young and Restless (2016) and Jordan Ridgeway on Days of our Lives (2013-2015; and make returns in: 2019, 2020, 2021, 2023).

Since leaving the American daytime soaps, Chrishell has received an MTV TV & Movie Award ‘Best Reality Star’ and a People’s Choice nomination for ‘Favorite Reality Star’ for her appearance in Selling Sunset. In 2023 she was recognized by Variety as one of the ‘40 Most Powerful Women in Reality TV’ and by Us Weekly as one of the ‘Top 10 Reality Stars of the Year.’

In February 2022, she released her debut memoir, Under Construction: Because Living My Best Life Took a Little Work. Chrishell is committed to philanthropic endeavors and is a vocal advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights.

Photo: AmazonFreevee

The continuation of the long-running series, Neighbours, is about the lives, loves, and challenges of the residents on Ramsay Street in Erinsborough, Australia, a fictional suburb of Melbourne—picked up two years after the finale in 2022, which was watched by millions of adoring fans.

As well as on Amazon Freevee in the U.S and UK as mentioned above, Neighbours streams on Prime Video in Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Australia’s Network 10 will retain first-run rights in Australia for the new chapter of the series. Previous seasons of Neighbours, as well as over 100 iconic episodes, are currently available to stream on Amazon Freevee.

So, what do you think about Chrishell Stause returning to the soaps with a role on Neighbours? Comment below.

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