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|AMC's Chrishell Stause: "That Prospect Park Thing Was Such a Disaster"|
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|Deleted User||Dec 5 2011, 05:06 PM Post #1|
|DrewHamilton||Dec 5 2011, 09:30 PM Post #2|
||Such a shame PP screwed fans of both shows out of proper finales.|
|ElvisDiMera||Dec 6 2011, 12:14 PM Post #3|
My guess is (based on how OLTL contract announcements came down) is PP sent out an initial offer and their plan was to see how many people they signed on and then they would do 2nd rounds. It sounds to me like there were so few players who signed on to AMC in the initial offer round (including Susan Lucci), PP decided to shelve it and concentrate on OLTL. They were doing a lot better signing on OLTL actors.
Yes, I agree though it was a disaster and I'm sure ABC is actually happy because it ruined any chance of a reputable company/network taking on either series and actually saving it.
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