All My Children

All My Children Brief Information

All My Children (abbreviated as AMC) is]</ref> Prospect Park officially began negotiations with the actors of All My Children on September 15, 2011. On September 19, 2011, Cameron Mathison and Lindsay Hartley became the only actors that had agreed to continue the show with Prospect Park.

Prospect Park initially intended for All My Children to begin its run on the internet on September 26, 2011, but has since revealed that the transition could be delayed until 2012 because it had to negotiated a new contract with the union representing the actors of All My Children. On September 27, 2011, Prospect Park announced that All My Children along with its sister soap One Life to Live would be relaunched in January 2012 on the company's new internet channel, The Online Network. But on November 10, 2011, several sources reported that Prospect Park had indefinitely suspended its plans to relaunch All My Children and that the company would concentrate solely on the higher-rated One Life to Live. Reasons given for this decision were lack of funding coupled with Prospect Park not being able to sign enough cast members from All My Children.

All My Children News

• Susan Lucci auctioning hundreds of personal items for charity
• Richard Hatch, 'Battlestar Galactica' star, dead at age 71
• 'Days of Our Lives' future unclear after Megyn Kelly daytime chat show announcement
• Patricia Barry, soap opera star, dead at age 93

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