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The cast of All My Children appear in a promotional photo for the online debut of the show in 2013. - Provided courtesy of Chapman Baehler
03/11/2013
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Get ready "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" fans, your soaps are set to return online on April 29.

Prospect Park, the production company behind the online return of the soap operas, announced the news on March 11, with new photos of the casts. The cast of "All My Children" can be seen in the photo above while "One Life to Live" cast members can be seen in the photo at the bottom of this article.

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02/27/2013
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Male model Rob Wilson appears in a still from The Price Is Right. - Provided courtesy of CBS / Fremantle Media

The first male model of "The Price is Right" has been cast in the online revival of "All My Children" and actress Susan Lucci appeared on "The View" on Monday, February 25, to update fans about her possible return to the show.

Robert Scott Wilson, who debuted as the first male model of "The Price is Right" in October, has been cast on "All My Children" as Pete Courtland, Opal Courtland's youngest son, according to Access Hollywood.

02/18/2013
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Clinton Kelly of ABCs The Chew shows you how to make a delicious Oscar Buzz cocktail. - Provided courtesy of ABC / Capital Cities / Creative Horizons

The online revival of soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life To Live" is almost here!

New episodes are set to debut later this spring, OTRC.com has learned. The shows ended their broadcast runs on ABC in 2011 and January 2012 after some 40 years on the air, sparking outrage among fans. In July 2011, the production company Prospect Park announced that a licensing deal was reached to bring them back on the Internet and in January, it was revealed new episodes would air on the firm's new Online Network website.

01/07/2013
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Susan Lucci appears in a scene from All My Children. - Provided courtesy of ABC

The soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life To Live" will be revived on the Internet after all, according to production company Prospect Park.

Production on both shows will begin in February, the firm said in a statement, obtained by OTRC.com on Monday, January 7. The soaps ended their broadcast runs on ABC in 2011 and January 2012 after some 40 years on the air, sparking outrage among longtime fans.

07/07/2011
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Susan Lucci appears in a scene from All My Children. - Provided courtesy of ABC

The soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life To Live" will continue to air on the Web after they end their runs on ABC in several months.

The network announced in a statement on Thursday, July 7 that it has licensed the shows to the production company Prospect Park as part of an "exclusive multi-year, multi-platform deal" that allows the programs' stories to continue beyond their finale dates on the network.

09/05/2011
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Susan Lucci appears in a scene from All My Children. - Provided courtesy of ABC

Susan Lucci has voiced her opinion about the end of "All My Children" in an epilogue for the newest paperback edition of her book "All My Life: A Memoir."

The show is set to air its last episode on September 23 and another soap opera, "One Live To Live," will broadcast its series finale in January 2012, Disney/ABC Television group, parent company of OnTheRedCarpet.com, announced on Thursday, April 14.

09/22/2011
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos talk about the end of All My Children, which airs its series finale on Sep. 23. - Provided courtesy of OTRC

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have a special connection to "All My Children" and recently opened up to OnTheRedCarpet.com about how they feel about the end of the series.

Ripa played Hayley Vaughan on "All My Children" between 1990 and 2001. Ripa began acting on "All My Children" when she was 19 as Hayley Vaughan. On the set she met Mark Consuelos, who played her on-screen love interest Mateo, in 1995. The two married in 1996 and are parents to sons Michael, 13, and Joaquin, 8 and daughter Lola, 9.

09/22/2011
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos talk about the end of All My Children, which airs its series finale on Sep. 23. - Provided courtesy of OTRC Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos talk about the end of 'All My Children,' which airs its series finale on Sep. 23.
09/06/2011
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Carol Burnett and Susan Lucci appear in a promotional photo for All My Children. - Provided courtesy of ABC / Rick Rowell

Carol Burnett is returning to "All My Children" on Tuesday, reprising her role as Verla Grubbs, the long-lost daughter of Langley Wallingford.

Burnett will guest star on two episodes of the long-running ABC daytime soap opera, which will air its final episode on September 23.

08/05/2011
Nestor Carbonell, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ioan Gruffudd appears at an event for the Television Critics Associations 2011 Summer TV Press Tour to promote the 2011 CW show Ringer. The event took place at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles. - Provided courtesy of Joe Magnani / The CW

Sarah Michelle Gellar is returning to the ABC soap opera "All My Children" more than 15 years after she left the series and just before it ends its network run in September.

The show and another daytime drama, "One Life To Live," are set to go off the air after more than 40 years on the air, although ABC has made a deal with a production company to broadcast new episodes online.

07/05/2011
Susan Lucci appears in a scene from All My Children. - Provided courtesy of ABC

Susan Lucci says she thinks "All My Children" will end like a "great novel" and is already thinking about her next project - could "Desperate Housewives" be in her future?

The show is set to air its last episode on Sept. 23 and another soap opera, "One Live To Live," will broadcast its series finale in January 2012. ABC announced in April that the shows will end their runs after some 40 years on the air.

06/30/2011
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Susan Lucci appears in a scene from All My Children. - Provided courtesy of ABC

The final episode of "All My Children" will air on September 23 "in a manner that respects the show's legacy and honors its history," ABC said in a statement to OnTheRedCarpet.com.

The ABC Television network said in April that the show and another one of its soap operas, "One Life To Live," would go off the air in less than a year. They debuted more than 40 years ago. An ABC statement made on Thursday said several former stars of "All My Children" will appear on the show's final episodes - check out who is set to return.

04/14/2011
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"All My Children" and "One Life To Live" are set to broadcast their final episodes after more than 40 years on the air.

"This morning at 11 a.m., Brian Frons, President Daytime, Disney/ABC Television Group, gathered with the cast, crew and production teams of "All My Children" and via satellite with those of "One Life to Live" to share the news that the long-running daytime series would air their final episodes in September 2011 and January 2012, respectively," the Disney/ABC Television group, parent company of OnTheRedCarpet.com, said in a statement on Thursday, April 14.

06/06/2011
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Josh Duhamel appears in a scene from the 2010 movie Live as We Know It. - Provided courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

Josh Duhamel will make a return to the "All My Children" set before the show ends its 41-year run in September 2011, according to a statement from ABC on Monday.

In August, Duhamel will once again play con artist Leo du Pres, who allegedly died in 2003. Leo and Rebecca Budig's character Greenlee, were one the most popular super couples in the soap opera genre. Leo went over a waterfall years ago trying to save Greenlee, his body was never found.

04/14/2011
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Susan Lucci appears in a scene from All My Children. - Provided courtesy of ABC

Susan Lucci says her time playing Erica Kane on "All My Children" has been a "fantastic journey.

The show is set to air its last episode in September 2011 and another soap opera, "One Live To Live," will broadcast its series finale in January 2012, Disney/ABC Television group, parent company of OnTheRedCarpet.com, announced on Thursday, April 14.

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