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Prospect Park Announces All New Episodes Of AMC & OLTL To Premiere On Hulu, Hulu Plus & ITunes!

One of the big questions has been answered today of just how fans of One Life to Live and All My Children will be able to view the returns of their beloved soaps!  Many were concerned they would have to pay, or, would it be free to view?

Well in press release out this morning, Prospect Park’s The Online Network (TOLN) announced that in a groundbreaking move the company has reached an agreement with Hulu and the iTunes Store to distribute digitally all-new episodes of AMC and OLTL through the Hulu distribution agreement, the hugely popular daily dramas will reach tens of millions of fans via the free Hulu.com service, as well as millions of Hulu Plus subscribers watching on connected TVs, mobile phones, tablets and PCs.   In addition, iTunes customers can enjoy viewing on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV and their Mac or PC. The announcement was made today by Prospect Park Chairman and CEO, Jeff Kwatinetz.

The press release went on to say some very key components, which we break down for you:  “Starting this spring, viewers can stream the beloved serial dramas All My Children and One Life to Live on the free Hulu.com service and the Hulu Plus subscription service. New 30-minute episodes of All My Children and One Life to Live will be introduced each weekday. This innovative content deal will re-introduce these venerable daytime hits in a new format perfect for the viewing habits of the digital generation. Prospect Park and TOLN plan to blend new themes, fresh stars and youthful energy with the familiar actors and writers who made these shows must-watch afternoon viewing for legions of loyal fans.

The agreement with Hulu also allows brands and marketers to connect with a highly desirable and engaged audience. Hulu will manage the advertising sales for both shows, and package integrated sponsorship opportunities. TOLN will also offer ecommerce and other digital marketing programs to brands and entities looking to tap into Hulu’s mass market demographic. Additionally, Hulu will promote both series across its subscription and free-to-view platforms”

Jeff Kwantinetz commented on the platforms: “I believe that both Hulu and iTunes have the vision, the reach and the technology to help us launch TOLN in a significant way. We think these platforms are part of history, helping us to transform distribution. Hulu’s reach, platform and advertising prowess are best in class, and iTunes provides an incredible way to buy TV shows that is second to none. Through both of these partners, we hope daytime drama fans are absolutely delighted to be able to watch their favorite programs in a broadcast-quality HD format wherever and whenever they want.”

News on financing: “Prospect Park has closed its financing with ABRY Partners, one of the most experienced and successful media-focused private equity investment firms in North America. Since 1989, ABRY has completed over $36 billion in leveraged transactions and other private equity investments involving approximately 450 properties.  Brent Stone, a partner at ABRY Partners, stated, “We are excited to be partnering with Jeff Kwatinetz and the rest of the team at Prospect Park, and we strongly believe that they will continue to be a leader in their innovative approach to content creation.”  Kwatinetz continued, “We are privileged to the have the backing and partnership with Brent and his team at ABRY, who are proven, brilliant investors, and will help us reach our ultimate goals.”

Another key part of the press release involved Agnes Nixon’s participation:  “Under the leadership of Kwatinetz and Rich Frank, Prospect Park in 2011 forged a multi-year, multi-platform licensing agreement with Disney/ABC Domestic Television Group to continue production of All My Children and One Life to Live,  Prospect Park has also entered into a consulting agreement with Agnes Nixon, the creator of both series, guaranteeing her active involvement in their continued production.”

So soapers, what do you think of the exciting news that you can view AMC and OLTL for free?  And the another news in the press release that has Prospect Park leading the way in a groundbreaking move to show the soaps online?

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debikra
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debikra

Break this down…for us computer illiterates. Can we watch it on our computers for free?

heidi
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heidi

I love HULU!!! This is great news!

Patrick
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Patrick

I won’t believe it till i can upload/downlaod on Hulu.com…. this site may come with commercials… however…. with a 1/2 hour show… i can deal with that…

it’s with huluPlus.com… that you’d pay a fee, commericial free?, and access on other “gadgets”… including I-tunes…

so.. my understanding thus far… hulu.com is FREE….

Don
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Don

I don’t know about THESE shows, but HULU Plus does indeed have commercials. The do this to defray their costs. The don’t have as many commercials as they do on TV though. The only shows on HULU Plus that don’t have commercials are the very old shows. I would just about bet my last dollar that there will be commercials on these two shows.

Jules
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Jules

Not for Canadians it won’t be free! We don’t get hulu! GRRRR!!! And something tells me the iTunes versions won’t be free either…..

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

Jules, I couldn’t find anything completely free, but there is this option: http://www.howtogetitincanada.com/how-to-watch-hulu-in-canada/

tkfanalways
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tkfanalways

Is it OK to scream with delight!?
EEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!

Expat
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Expat

Please, can you tell me if these will be available on iTunes for the UK? We can’t get Hulu and I have been dependent on YouTube for years now!

Don
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Don

There are software programs that can mask you IP address. I would suggest you look into one of them.

Expat
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Expat

Thanks, I will try to find someone who understands these things and try to find the programmes. It’s very kind of you to reply.

Expat
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Expat

amend that…we can get Hulu in the UK but only those programmes that have been licensed for the UK.

Lew S.
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Lew S.

Great to see the RIP removed from AMC & OLTL.

Tali (not Smith)
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Tali (not Smith)

Yes indeed! Long Live AMC and OLTL.

Stephanie
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Stephanie

That is the first thing I noticed when I looked on this site today — no more RIP for AMC! Whoot-Whoot!! I am still holding my breath at times, but I am just so darn excited, I thought this would never come true, and I started thinking about it recently and then bam — news at the end of 2012 that it would indeed return, just cant wait!!!!!!!!!!!

thomas
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thomas

is awesome news

Tali (not Smith)
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Tali (not Smith)

This is so smart! Great distribution, so many choices. Hulu plus iTunes! This just flies into the future. Be able to watch anywhere. Here, is it works, is a link to all the various ways you can view Hulu: http://www.hulu.com/plus/devices

Kristen Howe
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Kristen Howe

Michael, this is sweet and good news! What happened to the last lines of the article? It was cut off.

Rachel Elisabeth
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Rachel Elisabeth

Oooh. Wow.

Tali (not Smith)
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Tali (not Smith)

Huge shout out to Agnes Nixon too, thank you!

su0000
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su0000

I have watched my soaps for 5yrs through HULU, so very good!!

Hopefully GoogleTV and Roku will pick up the TRON channel , also!!!

Teri
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Teri

Are they ever going to bring back Guiding Light & As the World Turns??

Robert
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Robert

After this, who knows, maybe they can come back as well!

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

I’m hoping after these are successful, others will return!

Christy
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Christy

Another question Michael – since I’ve never watched any new programs on the internet, will this be like regular youtube videos – available for a long time to view? So if I go on a 2week vacation, will the shows be available for viewing when I return home? – tropical island… no internet service… think Todd, Tea & Ross’ island vacation :-)D

anyway to save them so I can watch them decades from now, like I do with old VHS recordings?

Buddy
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Buddy

I already have a Hulu Plus account via my Xbox so I will be able to watch it on my big screen 🙂 Very Happy

Ella
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Ella

Thinking the same thing about my Wii !

Terry
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Terry

Any idea if this will be available for Canadians through iTunes? I know Hulu is not permitted so I am guessing that iTunes Canada will not have it either.

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

http://www.howtogetitincanada.com/how-to-watch-hulu-in-canada/ Is just one option I have seen for those fans in Canada.

Annette P
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Annette P

Hope we don’t have to pay iTunes for these soaps, we pay 2 much for cable & phone service already!!

lipstickcat
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lipstickcat

I’m sure if they are free now they won’t stay that way for long! If they’re only on the internet it’s because they want to charge a subscription fee! I wish it was on cable since I’m already paying of it! I don’t need another bill to pay!

Blake
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Blake

Great news! I will watch them on hulu for sure! So great that these shows have been saved, thank you Prospect Park! So sorry for trash talking you last year, you pulled it off!

Now can we get my Guiding Light back????

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

I hope so Blake!

Blake
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Blake

It would be great!!!

emtk
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emtk

Hooray! I can’t wait to see OLTL!!!! Hooray for Prospect Park and hooray for ABRY financing!

B.J.
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B.J.

I’m bummed that Hulu.free is not available on Roku to watch on my TV … only Hulu Plus, but I’ll be able to watch them on my computer. Since I pay for Netflix now, I’m not sure I can justify paying for Hulu too, just to see them on the big screen, but we’ll see. If they were each an hour long, I probably could. 😉

This really is great news for their future success, that they will be accessible so many ways. I can’t wait!

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

Hulu.com is free, but I don’t know anything about Roku. I watch it using my tv as a monitor now with just a cord connection. Because they are next to each other I have no need for a Roku type service.

B.J.
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B.J.

Roku is the great little relatively inexpensive device for what it offers, that I have to watch Netflix and other media channels on my TV, without stringing cables to my computer. Unfortunately, the PC wasn’t close enough to be a viable choice.

http://www.roku.com/

Thanks for your response. 🙂

Robert
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Robert

Oh the news keeps getting better and better! 🙂

Maxine
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Maxine

Are they still going to be on cable though?

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

No word on that yet. I think they needed these agreements in place before they worked on a cable distribution.

Maxine
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Maxine

Thanks! I’m hoping it all works out and that they go to cable as well!

Chrissy Matteson
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Chrissy Matteson

I am sooooooooooooooooooo excited I can’t even begin to say. I was so depressed when they were canceled but never waivered in my faith that someone would be smart enough to pck them up

Patti
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Patti

Yes !!! This just gets better and better!! I AM SO HAPPY !!

Sheryl Postin
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Sheryl Postin

Fantastic News looking forward to seeing OLTL and AMC. Thank you to everyone who is responsible for all they done for all of us and thank you Michael for your part.

Johnny
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Johnny

I have HULU on my RoKu device attached to my TV via the Internet, I am wondering if I need to subscribe to HULU PLUS or will it be available on Just plain HULU – at any rate it is great News – now all they need to do is cast some of the roles and we’ll be all set.

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

From everything I’ve read, you will be able to watch then on Hulu for free, they would have commercials.

Tina Gray
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Tina Gray

I’m with Christy, Michael. I don’t know anything about Hulu! What do I have to do????
Can you help us computer illiterates?

MBmomof3
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MBmomof3

Very exciting news!

Derek
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Derek

What an emotional day! To see the RIP off of AMC is a miracle.to think that barely a month ago, we all never thought this would happen. Thank you Prospect park and Agnes Nixon!

James McDonald
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James McDonald

Hot Diggity Dog! Now all we need to hear is Devious Maids will be cancelled and Susan Lucci can return to All My Children (Erica has to be alive).

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

I think they would be able to work out scheduling so she could do both. At least that is my hope!

AJ
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AJ

This has “failure” written all over it. Sorry, but no traditional TV outlet (cable, syndication, other) = virtually no chance in my book. Anyone who thinks otherwise is living in fantasy land. I just cannot imagine enough older viewers (the core of the daytime soap audience) and casual viewers (the ones Prospect Park will have to attract to have any chance of this getting off the ground and making $$$) going out of their way to watch these abominations-in-the-making on a small computer screen. Outside of the rabid die hards, I don’t see enough casual mainstream people interested enough, regardless… Read more »

Derek
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Derek

How do you know that? How do you know people have moved on? This is how people are watching shows nowadays. There have been plenty of other web soaps that have been successful. This one already has a fanbase. Were you an AMC fan AJ? I’m.curious.

AJ
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AJ

Only a loud cult group is kicking, screaming, and throwing a tantrum for these soaps to come back. That almost certainly won’t be enough for Prospect Park to show that they can make $$$ off of this. Plus, if this project does not get adequate promotion, it’s even more doomed to fail. After all, outside of people online on soap opera sites, who actually knows about this? And if people do know, do they care? Honestly, I have my doubts. Without Susan Lucci, I believe AMC would be better off staying cancelled instead of tarnishing its legacy even more after… Read more »

Lisa J.
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Lisa J.

Derek, some people are just negative and contrary and there’s no telling them otherwise. I believe there will be enough people watching to keep this going if the writers, staff and actors do a fabulous job which I’m sure they will do. There are plenty of younger folks who will enjoy the fact that they can watch this on a gadget. Plus, with the right equipment many people will be able to watch these on there regular TV. That’s what I plan to do. But I’m one of those optimistic people instead of a pessimistic person. I refuse to let… Read more »

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

If it were just a small group of loud diehard fans…I seriously doubt Prospect Park would still be working on this. They would have let the rights revert back to ABC/D and be done with it. They have done their own research and I believe they know better than you. Time will tell.

Cassie
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Cassie

“Cult group” – seriously? Your argument is laughable. There is no cult group. These soaps are being revived because the four remaining soaps on the main three networks are seeing the highest ratings they have in years. No one would revive OLTL & AMC if they didn’t believe doing so would be profitable, no matter how “loud” the fans are. The only way OLTL & AMC reboots won’t survive is if quality is low and viewership isn’t sustained. GH has made a remarkable ratings turnaround while at the same time keeping Llanview alive by crossovers of OLTL characters. This +… Read more »

Kian
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Kian

Exactly. You’ll remember how well “Passions” did on DirecTV … cancelled after 10 months.

Rebecca
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Rebecca

Hey AJ!

I’m just wondering why you are on this sight. Your obviously not a soap fan.
We don’t need your pessimistic views. Just like we got this by going online
to fight for our soaps, we’ll definetly go online to watch. I don’t know who you are but you sound as if your threatened by our soaps in some way. As for everyone
else, let be happy we have our soaps back. As for not watching AMC if Susan Lucci isn’t on it. Well thats just poo! We’ve gone long streches at a time without
her brilliance and we still watched.

Ron
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Ron

“…the hugely popular daily dramas will reach tens of millions of fans via the free Hulu.com service, as well as millions of Hulu Plus subscribers watching on connected TVs, mobile phones, tablets and PCs.” I’m trying restrain from bursting into uncontrollable laughter. Let me get this straight. These “hugely popular daily dramas” (LOL) could no longer reach “tens of millions of fans” when they were on free TV on ABC, but now all of a sudden these watered down retreads will reach “tens of millions of fans” on the internet and a small computer screen? Most seniors would not know… Read more »

Chris
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Chris

I’d be stunned if these soaps last six months on the internet without airing somewhere on regular TV. It just does not add up.

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

They are also working on getting them aired on a cable channel after their original ‘airings’ online. They needed the digital format set in place first.

Derek
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Derek

Well AJ I guess we’ll just have to wait and see who’s right. I still don’t know how you know people have “moved on” and won’t watch again when it comes back. In any case, we’ll just have to see come April how many are watching.

Johnny
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Johnny

We will just have to wait and see how it works, I would not side with the negative people here, we are in a different world today and media is bigger, it’s difficult to predict how well the shows will do, and I understand that the die hard fans don’t necessarily represent the casual observers but let’s give it a chance. I don’t mind watching half hour versions, sometimes the hour programs got dragged out. The 30 minute format may give the shows a better flow ~ I will certainly be streaming through HULU on my TV screen, I am… Read more »

Reed
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Reed

Great comment Johnny. I’m not listening to the negative folks anymore. Those guys probably dont even watch AMC anyway. They somehow think that only the old diehard fans will be watching and the shows have no chance of attracting new viewers. I for one am looking forward to AMC rising from the dead!

danica
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danica

I am ready for the first episode of OLTL and will be where ever it airs! Just bring my stories and make them good! I do prefer commercial free even if I have to pay for it though…

Lisa J.
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Lisa J.

So thrilled! I’ll be watching on my TV, but if I am away I can watch on my IPad! Each show is only 30 minutes, but I’ll take that over nothing. Port Charles and Loving were only 30 minute shows but I loved them! Can’t wait! Our efforts and prayers have been rewarded! P.S., my 87 yr. old friend uses a computer just fine and she intends to watch them every day on her desk top! Just sayin!

CTwildheart
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CTwildheart

Very happy to be able to watch my stories again! Hoping their success enables other cancelled shows to return. I am curious to see how this all comes together and what the end result will be. All I know for sure, is that I will be watching!
Thank you for not giving up (like I thought you did) Prospect Park and for being smart enough to get Agnes Nixon on board.

marfa
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marfa

Just wish they had cut a deal with Netflix instead of Hulu. I don’t need to pay for two accounts. And as always you will have to pay to buy an episode on iTunes. Bad thing about that, is I recently bought an episode of Dallas, and it won’t even play on my iPod. Sucks. Am just hoping the commercials don’t take up the whole show. They say it’s going to be a 30 minute show, but when you factor in commercials, it will probably only be 20 minutes or less. Was hoping that Prospect was going to run it… Read more »

Derek
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Derek

It will be free to watch on hulu.

FRAN
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FRAN

I’m thrilled they are coming back … I will pay if I have to, but for FREE-even better.

Jim
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Jim

If only the nimrods who convert the soaps from their DVRs and put them on YouTube without permission could be sued by the powers that be, online soaps might have a chance, but as long as people thinks it’s all right and there’s “no copyright violation intended”, online shows would be commercially viable.

Llanviewer717
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Llanviewer717

SInce learning about the return of OLTL, I’ve been sitting at my computer waiting for it to start. Just get it to us quickly. I’m dying without my soap opera people. Hurry!!!!!!!!!!!!

susan M.
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susan M.

I am glad we can watch our beloved soaps for free! I was a bit worried that they might
charge some outrageous price…Didn’t want to miss these soaps! I am releived now.. Can’t wait to see AMC & especially OLTL my #1 favorite soap!

No1_ILoveLucyFan
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No1_ILoveLucyFan

I’m thrilled that Hulu is picking up AMC! I never watched OLTL, but I will absolutely tune-in to day 1 of the new AMC & watch with pleasure! Thank you to all the cast & crew who are bringing Pine Valley and all the insanity it holds, back to our homes & hearts! WOOOO HOOOOOO!!!

M. Hilton
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M. Hilton

So very thrilled to be able to see these much loved and missed shows again, can’t wait!!!!!

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Beloved Soap Stars Left Out of 2021 Primetime Emmy Broadcast In-Memoriam Tribute

Last night, during the presentation of the 73rd annual Primetime Emmys broadcast on CBS, the annual In-Memoriam segment brought with it so many households names in a year that saw so many legacy talents and more pass away.

The tribute was performed by Leon Bridges and Jon Batiste to Bridge’s song, “River”, and as the images of the departed played across the screens from Cloris Leachman to Cicely Tyson, to Ed Asner to Michael K. Williams, and more, it was clear that several of the major late daytime soap stars were not included in the on-air tribute as well as other omissions.

Now granted, we know they will all be a part of next year’s 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards in-memoriam segment, but still these actors were a part of this community and not only appeared on the soaps, but other shows as well.

Those that daytime fans noticed were not included were: Michael Nader (Ex-Dex Dexter and Dimitri Marick, Dynasty and All My Children) Stuart Damon (Ex-Alan Quartermaine, General Hospital), Ray MacDonnell (Ex-Joe Martin, All My Children) and Jay Pickett (Ex-Frank Scanlon, Port Charles).

From primetime MIA action were: Michael Constantine (Ex-Room 222), Tanya Roberts (Ex-Charlie’s Angeles), Director, Richard Donner, writer Larry McMurty, and DMX, to name but a few.

However, the Television Academy did list all of its members who died on their website in the In-Memoriam section, because due to time constraints, they could not possibly showcase everyone.

What do you feel about the omissions of Nader, Damon, MacDonnell, Pickett, and more from the In-Memoriam tribute? Let us know in the comment section, but first watch the segment.

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AMC Alum Sarah Michelle Gellar Reflecting on Her Time on Soaps: “Anything I Can Do to Continue the Legacy I’m Very Proud Of”

Daytime fans knew of Sarah Michelle Gellar her way before her Buffy the Vampire Slayer days, when she stepped on to the small screen as Erica’s (Susan Lucci) troubled daughter Kendall Hart on ABC’s All My Children. 

Gellar played the role from 1993 to 1995, and made a brief return in 2011 as the show came to its conclusion on ABC. Additionally, Sarah won a Daytime Emmy for her performance in the Outstanding Younger Actress category in 1995.

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Sarah has partnered with Lysol for their brand’s Disinfecting Wipes “Buy One, Donate One” program. where now through September 26, whenever a pack of Lysol Disinfecting Wipes is purchased, another pack will automatically be donated to an under-resourced school through the Kids In Need Foundation.

The program is aimed to help curb the spread of illness-causing germs in schools this back-to-school season, a total of up to 16 million packs of Lysol Disinfecting Wipes will be donated to Title I schools across the country.

The program is the latest component of Lysol’s HERE for Healthy Schools initiative. Started in 2019 with the mission to help curb the spread of preventable illness and to help kids miss less school so they are able to learn, grow and thrive, HERE for Healthy Schools has provided educational materials for students and Lysol disinfecting supplies for educators and administrators to more than 49,000 schools across the country. This year, HERE for Healthy Schools is focused on helping to protect children, educators and parents as they make their big return to in-person learning in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Speaking with TV Insider on the partnership, Gellar recalled her time on the soaps and how it changed her career and outlook, noting: “it was the training ground for the rest of my career.”

She went on to say: “I made incredible friends at that time and I learned incredible work habits, and soap operas are an intense amount of work, and I’m incredibly grateful for that time and the people that I met.  We live in a world now where my kids don’t even really know what a soap opera is, so anything I can do to continue the legacy I’m very proud of.”

So, do you remember Sarah’s time on AMC? What do you think of her thoughts on her time on the soaps? Comment below.

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‘Dynasty’ and ‘All My Children’ Co-Stars React to the Death of Michael Nader

UPDATED: Yesterday, Michael Fairman TV broke the news of the passing of Michael Nader (Ex-Dex, Dynasty and Dimitri, All My Children).  As reported, Michael died on Monday morning of an untreatable form of cancer at his home in Northern California with his wife, Jodi, and his beloved dog, Storm by his side.

Since then, several of Nader’s former Dynasty and All My Children co-stars have taken to social media with their reactions and remembrances after having learned that he has no longer with us.

From his leading ladies, Joan Collins and Susan Lucci, to Emma Samms and John James, Eva LaRue, Finola Hughes, Maxwell Caufield, Vincent Irizarry and more, so many are taking a moment to share their grief and outpouring of love for Michael.

Michael Fairman TV will continue to update this post throughout the day as more remembrances are posted.

Here are what several of Nader’s former co-stars and colleagues shared below:

Susan Lucci (Ex-Erica, All My Children):”MICHAEL NADER—so handsome, so talented—so wonderful and beloved as All My Children’s DIMITRI MARICK—and a great love of “Erica Kane”. I am so lucky to have played opposite Michael—playing some of the most romantic scenes ever—dancing in palaces in Budapest, our gorgeous Greek Orthodox wedding, complete with crowns. Michael was a doll to work with and to know.  RIP, Michael💙💙💙🙏🙏🙏”

Joan Collins (Ex-Alexis, Dynasty): “Very sad to hear of the death of my onscreen husband and lover #michaelnader aka #dexdexter – I loved working with him and his character was a wonderful mixture of tough and tender. #alexis was crazy to keep on rejecting him! #rip #ripmichaelnader”

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Emma Samms (Ex-Fallon, Dynasty): “Incredibly sad news about Michael Nader. What a blessing it was to have had his participation and support for our Dynasty Reunion fundraiser back in March. Thinking of his wife Jodi and sending condolences to all of his many fans.”

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John James (Ex-Jeff, Dynasty): “I’m so sad to hear, that my dear friend Michael Nader passed away. We shared some great laughs together and I will miss miss you buddy. Sending prayers to the family.”

Finola Hughes (Ex-Alex, All My Children): “Oh #michaelnader sweet man. I worked with him so briefly, but he cared about his craft and his fellow actors. Sending much love and condolences to his family ❤️”

Eva LaRue (Ex-Maria, All My Children): “So heartbreaking to hear about the passing of Michael Nader! The sweetest man, with the best stories and the funniest out takes! Thank you for the endless belly laughs around that Wildwind dining table at #AMC ! You will be remembered with so much Love!😢♥️ All my prayers and sympathy to his family🙏🏼♥️ Rest peacefully sweet man♥️”

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Cady McClain (Ex-Dixie, All My Children): “Michael was always a joy to work with, and one of the funniest human beings I ever met. I feel so blessed to have crossed his path and been able to watch him work his magic. I know he felt the love and appreciation of his colleagues and I’m grateful our discussions were always deep or kind. #RIP #michaelnader Photo by @stevenbergman29 💕 (note his book and bookmark! Only Michael would carry it on the res carpet. 😂)”

Maxwell Caufield (Ex-Miles, Dynasty): “That #MichaelNader in the arena many seasons with both @Joancollinsdbe and #SusanLucci – quel hombre.”

Dondre T. Whitfield (Ex-Terrence, All My Children), who commented on Eva LaRue’s post: “Wow. Haven’t seen him in years. So sad to see the Brother. He was very mice to me during my “Pine Valley” time. RIP Nader.”

Vincent Irizarry (Ex-David, All My Children), who commented on Eva LaRue’s post: “OMG, my heart is breaking!!! Loved dear Michael, working opposite him in both “Pine Valley” and in Jackie Collins’ ‘Lucky Chances’. So so sad to hear of his passing. Yes @evalarue, the sweetest man, and ABSOLUTELY the funniest outtakes…”

Sean Kanan: (Ex-AJ, GH, Deacon, B&B) “I was so sorry to hear that Michael Nader passed away. He and I played father and son in Perry Mason: The Case of the Maligned Mobster. We spent some time together and he was a very authentic person. My sincerest condolences to his family. RIP Michael.”

Share your thoughts and remembrances of these wonderful co-stars with Michael throughout his years on Dynasty and All My Children via the comment section below.

 

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