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Plans to Move Soap Opera Online Hit a Snag

Nov 11, 2011  •  Post A Comment

With plans in the works to move two recently canceled soap operas to an online network, one of the soaps has run into a hurdle, ABCSoapsInDepth.com reports.

Plans to shift the former ABC soap opera “One Life to Live” continue to move ahead, but plans for "All My Children" have been put on hold, the story reports.

Prospect Park, the company that bought the licensing rights to both soaps from ABC, has decided the company will focus on one soap opera for its new Internet network, The Online Network, the story says.

Because the network has made more headway with "One Life to Live," it has decided not to move forward with taking "All My Children" online, the story says.

Two “All My Children” actors, Cameron Mathison and Lindsay Hartley, were already signed up for the project, and talks were under way with other actors. Those talks have now been put on hold, according to the report.

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