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Mar 16 2014, 02:37 PM
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They do. The chocolate bar is wrong.
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Oh, sorry. But that was exactly my point. The OLTL crossovers were called off because of the legal dispute with PP, which, theoretically, if resolved in ABC's favor, could allow them to use characters from OLTL/AMC again similar to the way they've used Delia. That's all I was saying. I understand why they're not *currently* doing that.
That would mean ABC would have to rebuy the rights back from PP in regards to both shows. I knew PP was doomed considering that they took too long to reboot both show. Two years is a long time to leave the actors and supporting staff in limbo in PP trying to get their act together.
I thought the rights reverted back to ABC if PP didn't make anymore shows?
As with all standard licencing agreements, the rights revert to the owner (ABC, always has been) if the licensee doesn't produce any content for a period of time specified in the contract. Prospect Park received an extension on this period when they decided to start production again after the "Mega soap" revived interest in the overall genre with the mainstream media.
Edited by Drew
, Mar 16 2014, 02:42 PM.