"One Life to Life" has reportedly halted work as production company Prospect Park wages a legal battle with the show’s former network, ABC, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Prospect Park will focus on "All My Children," which was proving more popular with online viewers, while it resolves the legal dispute, the story says. Writers are now working on scripts for a second season of the soap.
Prospect Park is claiming in a lawsuit that ABC has actively tried to sabotage the online revival of the soap operas, including killing off some "One Life to Live" characters who appeared on ABC’s "General Hospital," the Times notes.
"In the ultimate act of bad faith, ABC killed off two ‘OLTL’ characters on loan to ‘General Hospital’ by having their car forced off a cliff," Prospect Park claims in its lawsuit, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed.
ABC says it has done nothing wrong, the Times reports.