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|'All My Children', 'One Life To Live' To Return To TV?; Soaps Shopped To Cable Networks|
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|Nubia||Aug 3 2011, 06:26 PM Post #1|
'All My Children', 'One Life To Live' To Return To TV? Soaps Shopped To Cable Networks
By NELLIE ANDREEVA
EXCLUSIVE: ABC's canceled daytime dramas All My Children and One Life To Live may be returning to television. I hear that Prospect Park, the company, which licensed the soaps from ABC and plans to relaunch them online in the first quarter of 2012, is meeting with cable networks -- both big-tent, general entertainment networks and female-centered nets -- about TV sale of the two series and is getting interest. Under its agreement with ABC, Prospect Park has the right to carve out a traditional TV window, which, at least for now, is expected to come after the episodes premiere online.
Prospect Park has cable ties -- the company co-produces the hit USA Network drama Royal Pains. Repeats of All My Children and One Life To Live have been airing on cable, on Disney's SoapNet, which will be rebranded to Disney Jr. early next year, around the time the two soaps migrate to the Web and possibly another cable channel.
Prospect Park is currently talking with unions, trying to hammer out the terms of collective bargaining agreements for the cast and the crews of the two series. (Despite reports, the company does not have a deal with ABC to license the network's other daytime drama, General Hospital, if the network cancels it.) Prospect Park has said that All My Children and One Life To Live will "continue to be delivered with the same quality and in the same format and length," meaning that the company plans to deliver five broadcast-quality episodes a week each of the two soaps.
All My Children will end its run on ABC on Sept. 23, One Life to Live in January 2012.
|Alin89||Aug 3 2011, 06:35 PM Post #2|
||is it TV or internet so confusing|
|KMan101||Aug 3 2011, 07:53 PM Post #3|
||Internet with cable as a second window|
|Cake_LH_fan||Aug 3 2011, 09:42 PM Post #4|
||Thank you for posting!!|
|KMan101||Aug 5 2011, 03:15 PM Post #5|
Errol at SON posted a new article and in it he stated that OLTL will get THREE studios, to cut down on having to take sets up and down. So it seems clear that Prospect Park isn't hurting for money! Wow.
Edited by KMan101, Aug 5 2011, 03:15 PM.
|Tammy||Aug 5 2011, 04:59 PM Post #6|
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