The OnLine Network Announces First Season Finales of ‘One Life to Live’ & ‘All My Children’

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One Life to Live’s first season will end this month with All My Children’s following shortly after. 

Prospect Park’s The OnLine Network has announced that One Life to Live’s first season will end on Monday, August 19th. All My Children will follow a couple weeks later with its first season ending Monday, September 2nd. These series debuted to the delight of fans this past spring and have received tens of millions of viewers and ranked in the top 10 on iTunes, Hulu, and Hulu Plus.

The OnLine Network also announced that future seasons will have a web app that allows fans to connect with the shows and their favorite characters. It will feature dedicated series pages, video content, show descriptions, cast and character pages, a photo gallery, links to social media communities, and much more. The mobile app for iOS and Android will allow fans to watch the episodes in their entirety as well as interviews and behind-the-scenes-footage.

Kwatinetz stated, “We could not be more proud to have delivered a stunnig season of All My Children and One Life to Live, and really thank the creative teams and casts for being true partners in this journey. Together we have tackled more business, creative, and logistical challenges than most shows experience in a lifetime of production, yet we continue to previal with these top rated, critically acclaimed shows.” As for next season, Kwatinetz added, “We are prepping now for next season and have more surprises and twists and turns to deliver audiences – I am just hoping they stay on the soaps and not in our way.”

Season 1 of All My Children will wrap up by answering some of the seasons biggest questions. Viewers will learn whether or not Angie and Jessie can bring Cassandra home. Pete may finally end up with Celia – unless Colby and Opal get in their way. What about the romantic entanglements of Brooke and Dimitri, Miranda and AJ, and Zach and Kendall? There’s also a big surprise in store for Cara, JR, and David about Oliver.

Season 1 of One Life to Live ends as the town gathers to attend the annual Man of the Year Gala. Viki and Dorian are praying the event will go off without a hitch, but conflicts between many of the caracters will bubble to the surface and create lots of drama. As fireworks explode, a fan favorite returns to the canvas and everyone will be shocked!

A rep for Prospect Park tells TVSource Magazine after the finales are posted, there will be a break in new episodes. New episodes of One Life to Live and All My Children will return at a yet to be determined date. The finales have no impact on the episodes airing on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

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  • John

    Each show only shot around 40 episodes so far. These episodes are filmed around 80k an episode, not 200k an episode at ABC

    Maybe they realized they need to take their time to get the best quality shows

    At ABC they were shooting 10 shows a week. Rob Gorrie said they shoot 6-7 a week now.

    I dont need 260 new shows. I will be happy with what they can get. AMC starts filming Aug 12 and OLTL Sept 9th 6 & their lease ends Dec 31. Im sure they will film into December. Take a Holiday break. Renew their lease & start shooting again in Feb 2014.

    I have a feeling Hulu will start airing new episodes sometime in October before sweeps began.

    I bet bu December each show will have somewhere between 80 and 90 episodes filmed.