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SOAPnet announces programming schedule Post-AMC!

Yup, the time is drawing near, and it certainly feels more so now that SOAPnet has announced their plans for their revised programming schedule after the last episode of All My Children airs on Sept. 23.

According to Soap Opera Digest, the new line-up and programming block has the canceled primetime soap, Brothers & Sisters joining the schedule, while Ryan’s Hope has been dropped entirely.  In addition, classic episodes of All My Children, One Life to Live and General Hospital will now air in the overnight (3 a.m. – 6 a.m.) timeslot.  The scheduling revision also puts Days of our Lives into a better position inside the primetime block.

After the jump, check out the SOAPnet programming schedule as of Monday, Sept 26th in order for you to know when to be at home to catch the same-day episodes and other acquisition programming, or to TIVO them!
THE OC will air at 6 a.m. & 11 a.m.
ONE TREE HILL will air noon-3 p.m.
BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 will air at 3 p.m. & 4 p.m.
BROTHERS & SISTERS is added to the schedule at 5 p.m. & 6 p.m.
YOUNG AND RESTLESS will air at 7 p.m. 11 p.m. & 10 a.m.
DAYS OF OUR LIVES will air at 8 p.m., midnight & 7 a.m.
ONE LIFE TO LIVE will air at 9 p.m., 1 a.m. & 9 a.m.
GENERAL HOSPITAL will air at 10 p.m., 2 a.m. & 8 a.m.
Classic episodes of AMC, OLTL and GH will air at 3 a.m., 4 a.m. (M-F) and 5 a.m. (Mon-Thu & Sun)

The weekend preceding AMC’s last week on television, SOAPnet will air the Best Of AMC on Saturday, Sept 17 and Sunday, Sept 18 from 7 p.m. to midnight.

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Well it depends on how “classic” these episodes are. We know for holidays and stuff, ABC’s idea of classic episodes is something from eariler in the year or a couple of months eariler. I would love for them to go back to the 80’s or even 1990’s. Glad Brothers & sisters is comming on though. It was a good show and deserves a bigger following.

I have always wanted the ABC soaps to air repeats on SoapNet so I am most excited by the classic episodes that will be airing of AMC, OLTL, and GH.

It still amazes me how great these shows were 15/16 years ago when they were so much more entertaining to watch. The whole one hour daily drama needs to change from a production standpoint so much and the stories need to improve and I am hoping Prospect Park plans on evolving AMC and OLTL and not just airing them.

As far as GH, if they thought all they needed was Guza fired and at the bell all is well. Forget it, Story, Story and Story is very important but your cast is also full of Corinthos’s extended family and children, where are the classic character’s families. Where’s Robert, Anna, Ned, Lois, Dillon, Lucy, Scott, Laura, Bobbie, Kevin, Lucas, Serena, Felicia, even Frisco (if you can pull JW away from B&B)? As far as our dearly departed write back from the dead stories for AJ, Alan, Duke Lavery, Zander, Emily?

TC and Ingo’s firings served no purpose…I would have preferred to see GH lose the newbies than the presence of Jax and Nikolas.

Bring on some competent police officers who aren’t Sonny’s son (he should have lost his badge months ago)! Why not FBI agent Jagger Cates, sexy as hell, hates Sonny and Jason and was a terrific return on Night Shift 2!!

The only person who holds any connection to Sonny that I would cheer coming back is Rick Hearst as Mr. Ric Lansing, he is a phenomenal actor to watch on any show. Plus if you just started watching GH you would think Molly was also Sonny’s kid with the way her father is never mentioned and she floats in the pack with all his kids.

Another story note to GH…Sonny doesn’t have to be on everyday when all his connections are on everyday…thanks to Guza…Sonny became a part of everything and even when you aren’t watching him, you are still watching his ex loves, ex wives, enemies, sons, daughters, best friends, and victims…literally it’s sick how much his hand imprint is on every character.

As far as JFP’s recent interview, we need the fans well then you need to stop the ageneda of the network or the hire ups and bring back what fans love, they know and get rid of what they are tired of and don’t want to see anymore. Fix the problems, fix the show. While you are it…change it up even for a long time viewer like myself, the Production of daytime soap is old and stale…Shake it up. Why not treat the stories like arcs…giving all the characters outs not just TG’s Luke and making it more like seasonal TV even without taking a yearly hiatus like every other genre except Daytime does.

Put the above mentioned vets on recurring and bring them in and out like you do Luke to shake up story and give back the generational story telling GH use to have for everyone not just Sonny and Carly with the exception of Bobbie and even Ron Hale’s Mike who were both given up on by the show but gave Sonny and Carly the most important parts of their character and the most memorable scenes for the characters.

So I will enjoy watching the GH classics most… much more than the episodes they air today. Because when I watch the repeats I watch legacy, history, family and characters I love and I can’t say that about today’s General Hospital at all. I will also enjoy looking back at OLTL and AMC but I am looking forward to their future in someone else’s hands creatively, production wise other than ABC.
SoapNet adding Brothers and Sisters or removing Ryan’s Hope doesn’t really matter to me at all. I would have liked to see Another World make a return to SoapNet, that show was definitely a past favorite.

I vented alot…didn’t mean to do that…I will enjoy the AMC, OLTL, and GH reruns until SoapNet is cancelled!!!

Where is Dawson’s Creek?!!!

If the network is called Soapnet, why not feature soaps? Another World, As The World Turns, Generations, Sunset Beach, Santa Barbara, Guiding Light, Port Charles, The City, Loving…..I could go on. To me, this network was a joke since day one. I mean it’s nice that they air the soaps at night, if you miss them in the day, but they never really focused on featuring daytime programs. Hours and hours of Beverly Hills 90210, or One Tree Hill…that are prime time dramas should never have been the major focus. Plus I miss watching Soap Talk with Lisa Rinna and Ty Treadway….cause it was nice to finally see a talk show have daytime stars featured…you know, to come on and do interviews and show scenes from their prospective shows. I mean, you never see them on any of the current talk shows. So, whomever came up with Soapnet, really dropped the ball big time, cause they never made the network what it should have been about…. Daytime Soaps.

Hey, the reason they don’t show the old soaps is because you and I would see how good the writing and the actors use to be. They did use to show AW and the old Dallas, Knots Landing, Falcon Crest but then they decided to go with the younger crowd. A shame!!!

I miss the older soaps, too, kay killgore. I find more and more I drift on to youtube to catch scenes or openings of our dearly departed programs. There is always such chatter about the diversity of cable. And while it really isn’t all that diverse actually, a soap network with classic episodes and reruns of classic primetime programs would be welcome by me. Seems it is not going to be SoapNet, however.

I have read that AMC and eventually OLTL will be on the internet. That is fine and dandy but internet people that have a cap on their internet may not get to watch them because it will use all of there k bits or whatever there are called. I was hoping that soapnet might show them all on the weekend. I’m going to be pretty upset if I won’t be able to see them at all. I look forward to watching them and now there taking two of the best soaps off the air to put on what, another reality or talk show. I’m getting really sick of reality shows and more talk shows. I know the economy is in the toilet but the soaps are our escape at least for a couple of hours. I feel bad for the people that don’t have the internet and like me will not be able to watch their two favorite shows. Call Oprah, maybe she will put them on her network, it would be good for her network and get more people to watch her network since she just launched it. BRING BACK AMC AND OLTL,PLEASE.

I agree with you 100%. I said they should call Oprah!!! There are not too many good shows on her network, so an assortment of daytime and nightime soaps would be an added feature. Then maybe I would watch more of her network.

I miss RH thEy keep pulling it right in the middle of some crisis. Is there some place that I can get all the seasons or watch all the past episodes?

Please…soapnet…since AMC was cancelled…and its not going online…and u wont sell the right to past episodes…now that ur converting soapnet to a cartoon channel…@ lease keep the reruns of soaps n the evening? kids arent going to b up all nite and adults/fans r willing to watch late or DVR it…make the best of both worlds…its cheap..comeon…rerun the older versions and go from there…ive watched for 40yrs…now thats dedication!

Why did you cancel “Young and the Restless” on the weekends, Saturdays? It was comforting to catch up on the soaps, from Mon thru Fri; on Saturdays. Why did you mess with a perfect arraingement? Please re-schedule my favorite soap in the intire world, back to the old way it was; it is so inconvienant to try to catch up with what go’s on with the story during the week!!!!!!! Are you at least considering putting the soap back to it’s original weekend slot from 7pm- till midnight? It did make the stories flow better. YOUR THROWING ME OFF EVERY WEEKEND!!!!!!!!!!!!! Is this arraingement temporary? Please get back to with at least telling me that you will consider returning my soap to the weekends again please e-mail me back, at least tell me it’s gone for good. Can’t wait to here from you.

I can hear Y&R at 7pm but no picture. Why?? I dont find soapnet on my tv guide button either. is there another channel??

I have enjoyed watching the reruns of AMC from 12:00am – 3:00am and wonder if you will be airing the new shows that will be starting on an internet station this April, 2013. I also wonder if you will go way back to the beginning of AMC or perhaps air shows during a time when the plot lines were the hottest , i/e When Erica was married to Traves Montgomery but then his brother Jack entered the picture!!!. AS a matter of fact, what would stop your network from airing the new AMC shows in primetime?

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51st Daytime Emmys: Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa Receive Talk Show Host Nominations

On Thursday, nominations were announced in the Outstanding Talk Show category for the upcoming 51st annual Daytime Emmy Awards. 

Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo, All My Children) coming off his first-year as co-host of ‘Live” with real-life wife, Kelly Ripa scored his first Talk Show Host nomination along with Ripa who has been nominated previous times.

Joining Mark and Kelly in the race are: Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Alyssa Farah Griffin, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, Ana Navarro, The View
Kelly Clarkson, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, Jerry O’Connell, Sheryl Underwood, The Talk and
Tamron Hall, Tamron Hall.

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As previously reported, The Talk is coming to its end when its upcoming 15th and final season ends in December of 2024.

The 51st annual Daytime Emmys are slated to be broadcast and stream live on CBS and Paramount+ on Friday night, June 7th

Look for the full list of nominations to drop on Friday morning at 12 noon ET/9 am PT.

So, are you rooting for Kelly and Mark to win their first Talk Show host award together? Comment below.

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Mark Consuelos Celebrates One-Year Anniversary as Co-Host of ‘Live’ Alongside Kelly Ripa

Today, April 17th marks a full-year since Mark Consuelos (ex-Mateo, All My Children) took over the co-hosting duties of ‘Live” alongside his wife, and longtime co-host, Kelly Ripa (ex-Hayley, All My Children).

Consuelos replaced Ryan Seacrest who are six seasons decided to be back on the west coast full-time. For Consuelos, now having the opportunity to work off of Ripa as co-hosts has been something of adjustment for him, but viewers have been eating it up.

Live with Kelly and Mark has remained the No. 1 entertainment talk show on television over the past year, growing 3% in average total viewers to 2.23M per episode.  It is also the most-watched daytime talk show in the last year in key demos of women 18-49 and women 25-54. All of this, since the real-life marrieds teamed-up.

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Speaking with Deadline, Kelly Ripa shared why the two are gelling on-screen, “I do think that there is something very possibly relatable about our relationship. We have disagreements like a normal couple, and we’re not afraid to let them unfold on the air and in front of America, and I think people find a lot of themselves in that.”

Mark weighed in how he has progressed as a host, and what he could improve at, sharing, “I’d like to get better at my interviewing skills. I’d like to get better at reading a teleprompter…I think I’m getting better at throwing to commercial. The other day in the middle of the show as we go to commercial, my sign off was ‘See you guys around.’ I mean, the show wasn’t over. The most obvious thing to say would be, ‘We’ll be back right after this.’ But I just said, ‘See you around.’ So we went to commercial and one of the producers (goes) ‘What was that?’ I don’t know… So for the next few sign offs, as a joke, I’d say ‘See you around.’ We got a kick out of it.”

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Meanwhile, Kelly has given huge props to Mark, “I find Mark utterly compelling, really interesting, super funny, and he’s bold in a way like nobody else. He says what’s on his mind. If he’s thinking it, he says it.  I’ve done this a long time and oftentimes people will adjust their natural personalities to pander to what they think the audience wants to hear, and Mark will tell people what he thinks, and he doesn’t care if it’s not a popular opinion. It gives him an edginess that I think is really missing in the landscape today. Everybody’s so afraid to say anything, and Mark is unafraid to say exactly what he’s thinking.”

In a statement, Debra O’Connell, President News Group and Networks, Disney Entertainment shared, We could not be more thrilled with how Mark has seamlessly joined the show family as permanent co-host. His undeniable charisma and his and Kelly’s natural chemistry are evident as they deliver the laughs and smiles to our viewers each morning. We are incredibly proud of how Live has continued to evolve and that the audience is responding so enthusiastically.”

So, do you think Mark Consuelos is the best co-host his wife Kelly Ripa has ever had on ‘Live’? How would you say he is doing as co-host after one full year on the job? Comment below.

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Susan Lucci Joins the Cast of Jonah Hill’s Movie ‘Outcome’

Look who will be part of the ensemble cast in motion picture and film star Jonah Hill’s new film project! That’s right, none other than Susan Lucci (ex-Erica, All My Children).

According to Deadline, the daytime television icon joins other notables including Laverne Cox and David Spade who have been added to the cast of Outcome. The film stars Keanu Reeves, Matt Bomer (ex-Ben, Guiding Light) and Cameron Diaz.

In Outcome, which is written by, and will be directed by Hill, the dark comedy centers around Reef (played by Reeves), a damaged Hollywood star who must dive into the dark depths of his past to confront his demons and make amends after he is extorted with a mysterious video clip from his past.

Photo: JPI

Soap fans know that following her iconic run as All My Children’s Erica Kane, Susan went on to be featured in Lifetime’s Devious Maids in the role of Genevieve Delatour.  Since her Pine Valley days ended (when AMC was canceled in 2012), Susan has appeared in numerous shows and made numerous appearances.  n December of 2023, Lucci was awarded the Daytime Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Photo: JPI

Outcome will debut on Apple and is an Apple Studios production. The film marks the latest collaboration for Hill and Apple Original Films, who are also developing a Grateful Dead biopic with Martin Scorsese’s Sikelia Productions, to be directed by Scorsese, with Hill starring in it and as one of the producers of the project, as well.

So, intrigued to see what kind of role Susan plays in Jonah Hill’s new film ‘Outcome’? Comment below.

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