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This Week on All-New Episodes of One Life to Live and All My Children!

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This week the stories continue on the revivals of One Life to Live and All My Children with all-new episodes on Hulu.com, Hulu Plus and iTunes!  After Thursday’s cliffhanger for One Life, we were left wondering, who is spying on Victor Jr.? And on Thursday’s cliffhanger of AMC, we learned that Cara is not telling David everything about what happened to their baby and that David wants to do away with JR once and for all!

Here are this week’s teasers for One Life to Live:

Monday, 5/6: Tea tries to keep things together. Two popular characters grapple over their respective family issues. Todd tries to get through to Blair. Clint has a serious talk with his family.

Tuesday, 5/7: Matthew tries to protect Dani. Bo and Nora have a little fun with their empty nest. Todd encounters danger in his own room. A shady art dealer comes to Shelter to confront Cutter.  Guest starring NERVO and RiFF RAFF.

Wednesday, 5/8: Todd decides to do something unexpected. Dorian considers revenge. Clint lectures Matthew. Viki goes over her options.

Thursday, 5/9: Dorian sets her plan in motion. Bo tries to convince Nora to return to her roots. Todd tries to buy love. Viki makes a bold move. Does someone in Llanview die?

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Here are this week’s teasers for All My Children:

Monday, 5/6: A rebellious side comes out, leading to an exciting adventure.  Jesse’s worst nightmare is confirmed.  Who will rejoin the living?

Tuesday, 5/7: Miranda’s feelings catch Bianca by surprise.  Who will awake handcuffed to a bed?  Celia can’t believe what she overhears.

Wednesday, 5/8: Who will bid farewell to Pine Valley?  The truth sets someone free—almost.  One mom gets an early Mother’s Day surprise.

Thursday, 5/9:  One of the hottest boy bands visits Pine Valley.  What is your every fantasy?

So what storyline are you looking forward to the most when AMC and OLTL return this week? Let us know!

 

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su0000
su0000

Those are teasers, not spoilers..
I know there are many who do not know the difference of teasers and spoilers..
Spoilers Tell What will happen and when, and the outcome….
Teases are nothing more than a description of the daily show; much like what TV guide would tell of the daily show for that day in the guide..
Teasers do not— tell what will happen/outcomes etc of stories..
There is a soap site that has a terrible time with what spoilers are and what tease promotions are, and people are scared to tell the promotion teasers, and they are meant to be told, they are a form of promotion…
and I am looking forward to another awesome week, the teasers tell me it will be a very good week and not to miss it 🙂

kim
kim

Victor and Todds storyline is what im most interested in…

Kathy
Kathy

Just watched today’s episode. I have decided to give AMC two months to work out their problems. AJ and Miranda are making the show unwatchable. All the other actors are wonderful and I like the story lines. I understand the need for bringing in young soap fans but as an older fan, the AJ and Miranda show is not what I want to watch. Aj’s cursing and shooting the finger is just too much. I really don’t mind a few curse words but it was way too much today. I really don’t see AMC lasting very long and it will be because of AJ and Miranda monopolizing the show. Young actors are inexperienced actors and they are taking over the entire show. So unless AMC can bring in young viewers to replace the older viewers….. Also they hop between too many story lines. I think because the shows don’t last as long, they can’t really get into the stories like they use to. I was disappointed with today’s episodes but will continue to watch for awhile to see if things get better.

kim
kim

Todays episode was a letdown…i can let pass some cursing but with it in todays episode and popping the finger seemed more like lets do it just because we can…it seems this is what the writers are most excited about doing instead of delivering good storylines! I can understand using younger characters to attract younger fans but at the same time these writers need not to push away their established fan base. I turn 30 May 25th…maybe im too old for this! I like younger characters and older ones just the same! Hopefully Adam, Brooke and Opal will get more to do instead of being props for the younger set. My 55 year old mother dont mind younger as well but feels too much focus on AJ and Miranda is ruining the show too!

Wil
Wil

I totally disagree. This is AMC. Jesse, Angie, Tad,, etc. , even Erica– started as teens. Keep it up Agnes, I love it!

ron
ron

I disagree. Like it or not that is how real teenagers speak. I am loving the new actors and i think the writing is more authentic.

lipstickcat
lipstickcat

Soaps are not suppose to be realistic! They never were! That’s what made them fun. Most people would never do these things! How many people have died & came back to life? Soaps are not reality shows!

Cindy
Cindy

I’m wondering if we are watching the same show? Miranda and AJ have not been monopolizing the whole show. All My Children has always had a focus on the younger set. Thus the title of the show. Just the younger set we grew up watching grew up,just like we did.

su0000
su0000

AMC is great! there is variety…
The vets are all in good stories, suspense and mystery..
Jesse and Zac are heading into an awesome story..
Jr and David’s story has just begun, too ..
There are very good stories for the vets and the new young of the cast are doing a good job and their stories all effect the vets..
All the stories have just started and looking forward to them to get into full swing!

Michelle Zimmer
Michelle Zimmer

I hate the cussing! I think it hurts the shows, because they will lose some of their audience if they keep it up. I love my shows, but I hate cursing. What’s next will they take God’s name in vain? All the reasons I love my shows they are taking away. I will have to stop watching them if this continues. I hope enough people say something so it will stop. It is totaling unnecessary, and it is a change that needs to go! We lived without it for a year, we don’t have to watch filth.

heidi
heidi

Watched today’s OLTL… I miss RC’s writing!!!

heidi
heidi

Let me change that to… really… really… really… miss RC’s writing!!!

kim
kim

Me too! Im still watching but im not addicted like before…that could change in the weeks ahead! Too soon to give up at this point…i do like it but it needs more drama, a little Roxy humor, and romance! Romance outside the bedroom all soaps need! Like when me and my husband take a picnic lunch and long walks at the beach!

su0000
su0000

It is not possible to have all that you want in the beginning; 5 shows, sheeshhhh ..

jimh
jimh

I finally seen both reboots…AMC seems like two seperate soaps…The Young and The Restless and the Old and the Still Beatiful. OLTL is the best of the two. Both lack addiction and i agree with my friend Kim that the cursing and more explicit love scenes do seem to be there just because they can do it without network cencorship and does seemed overused. But me and my friends will remain watchers hoping for more story improvement. Had Victor not return OLTL wouldve had problems, im just saying!

Rapids
Rapids

I have not watched but the New York Times gave both shows a scathing review with all my children really ridiculed. The reviewer said the acting was awful and the younger set was playing roles they were too old for. i feel all my children died ten years ago as it ran out of gas. I have no interest in starting up again when there are much better shows to watch and I mean non daytime soaps. I have not heard a single comment at the water cooler or in the neighborhood about these reboots. There is better entertainment out there folks.

Cindy
Cindy

Really? Instead of reading what some reporter at NYT who has probably never watched a single episode has to say,why not take 25 minutes out of your day. All My Children is better than it’s been in a decade.

Scott
Scott

I agree that reviewer came off as a moron who probably didn’t like either show in the first place.

clh
clh

So far I am loving both shows. Love the new Miranda, but not sure about AJ yet. The younger kids actually act like real life teenagers and not characters of father knows best teens. “Oh gee golly gee guys” is not life like and silly. I like the story of Miranda as this is really what teens of two moms or two dads put up with everyday in school. Whether it’s right or wrong, it’s life..

It’s a lifestyle choice for the parents but not the children, so it’s really refreshing to see how someones choices, any choices, really affect more than just them. I am looking forward to see how Miranda comes to terms with who her parents are, who she is, and how she really feels about that.

I think the younger cast so far are a great addition and I’m an old lady.

As far as teasers vs spoilers, I much prefer teasers. I think all the spoilers and soap magazines have really ruined the surprise of a cliffhanger and a must watch story line. I remember when I was a kid coming home from school and rushing to watch GH, and being excited about AMC when I was home sick. You never knew what was coming and it was great suspense.

Mary Moore Fergen
Mary Moore Fergen

I’m loving both of these shows, and so glad they’re back! Of course there are going to be differences from the televised versions, and it would be unrealistic to expect otherwise. I feel that there are enough familiar characters and stories to bring us right back to Pine Valley and Llanview, and I’m enjoying the journey!

clh
clh

I agree. I can’t believe how many are complaining when they should be happy just to have our shows back. They have been updated from the 70’s to the 21st century and are much more realistic to today than they ever were on T.V.

Iakovos
Iakovos

I am giving AMC and OLTL every chance to succeed. I know going in these are not the soaps I watched in ABC for decades. They cannot be.

I caught up on first week over this past weekend. I nearly cried seeing Opal. Love her. I also loved seeing Bianca in the form of Eden Riegel (a life favorite!), and of course, Brooke and a surprisingly docile Adam. I was surprised by my enjoyment and interest in the Celia storyline and am curious about who her guardian is. A private girls school is very Pine Valley! And the actress playing Celia is very interesting. I do expect some contemporary touches overall, such as the three-way pitch Miranda dodged and some language. Storyline is key and there is plenty I found riveting. I was not watching at the very start (January 1970) but I think the reboot is similar to the original in its concern for the children. Also, AMC 2.0 can get lots of mileage from mining five years we did not see.

Let’s keep tuning in! Rarely do we get second chnaces like this!

AJ
AJ

Gotta give them a chance, I’ll watch.. I don’t care how bad it gets. I know it’s better to have them and suffer thru growing pains, than to not have them.

rebecca
rebecca

I haven’t watched today’s episodes yet but why should they have growing pains??? There’s always a new show on prime time…we don’t “wait” to see it will get better! The writers of these soaps are supposedly experienced and should be able to tell a story and hold the viewer’s attention from the get-go…I would hope they caught up on both show’s histories…they should know how to write the characters without a blip.

I’ve posted this thought before but the whole “drawing a younger audience” is ridiculous. The fanbase that fought for these shows are the ages they are…they are the automatic demographic/numbers that these shows need to survive in the short run. if they lose us…I doubt they’re going to have “millions” on new viewers based on the finger and some random curse words thrown in to show how young and hip they are. LOL…people of all ages curse…you either do or you don’t. It doesn’t draw viewers…

Think of all the shows from the past…Friends, Seinfeld, Thirtysomething, Saturday Night Live, all the Vampire shows…they didn’t attract young viewers because they use certain words and give the finger.

These writers beter step up to the plate and start telling stories…not little meaningless segmants sewn together or even the most diehard fan is oging to close the book on their new “chapters…”

rebecca
rebecca

and…if I only knew how to edit or correct my typos I’d feel much better about my rant!!! LOL…so:

“wait to see IF it will get better…”

“of” new viewers

better not “beter”

going not “oging”

sigh.

Johnny
Johnny

I am trying to really keep an open mind – I am not quite as interested in the younger set but DO UNDERSTAND that they need to attract younger viewers. I am more of the age bracket of Dixie-Tad-Angie-Jesse so naturally, I am the most interested in those characters ~ I don’t want Adam and Brooke to just be set decorations, I’d like to see and hear some interesting and meaningful dialogue transpire between them. I don’t want Opal to just bake brownies and give them to Petey, I feel she deserves a storyline of her own. These are just my observations and comments, the “new” ALL MY CHILDREN will need time to grow and expand and I’m sure we all agree on that.

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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.

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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.”

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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.

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