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|Just wondering about something...|
|Topic Started: Apr 15 2013, 10:54 PM (306 Views)|
|Tammy||Apr 15 2013, 10:54 PM Post #1|
Does anyone know how long Prospect Park has the rights to AMC and OLTL for?
It just made me wonder if the shows do good online, then would ABC be a little bitch about it, and not lease the shows to PP again when their current contract is up?
I can just picture ABC doing something like that... considering all the mess that GH and PP had over the characters and stuff. :shrug:
|DiMeraFan67||Apr 16 2013, 08:16 AM Post #2|
||I'm sure its like 10-15 years at a minimum. There's no way Prospect Park would have taken that gamble. They are going full on with this and if there was any risk of ABC actually taking back the rights anytime soon they likely would have given them Todd, Starr, and McBain as a show of good faith. The amount of money that it appears PP is shelling out for this shows how committed they are. It would be a huge waste to let ABC swoop in and take them back.|
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