Could this really be happening? Showbiz 411 is reporting that actress, and face of All My Children, Susan Lucci has been contacted by Prospect Park to return for the studio’s upcoming All My Children continuation.
A Source close to Lucci told Showbiz 411 ‘There have been some talks, but the word wasn’t supposed to get out yet.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter Prospect Park is trying to get both All My Children and its sister soap One Life to Live into production as early as next month. On Monday, it was reported that a deal has been struck with SAG/AFTRA and the DGA, all that is left is securing a deal with the WGA which Daytime Confidentialis reporting might not even be an issue as Prospect Park may use Fi-Core writers in order to get around paying the high dollar price mandated by the WGA.
Are you excited that it looks like the shows might actually return next year? Or are you refusing to believe any of this is real until we get actual word that the series are back in production and we have a firm air date?
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ARCHIVED: THE PROSPECT PARK TIMELINE – OLTL/AMC
- ABC Cancels ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’
- Brian Frons Reveals AMC/OLTL Cancellation Was A Year In The Making
- Ron Carlivati Joining ‘GH’ Writing Team After ‘One Life’ Series Finale
- New Life for ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’
- Prospect Park Negotiating With Unions; Meets With Stars from ‘AMC’
- Four ‘OLTL’ Stars Sign On With Prospect Park
- Susan Lucci Declines Prospect Park Offer, Will Not Continue with ‘All My Children’
- Prospect Park Announces Tentative Launch for TOLN
- More Stars Sign on to Continue With ‘One Life to Live’ Online
- Prospect Park Shelves ‘One Life to Live,’ ‘All My Children’ Online Projects
- ‘GH’ Shake-Up: Jill Farren Phelps OUT; ‘OLTL’s’ Frank Valentini Named New Executive Producer
- ‘One Life to Live’s’ Frank Valentini, Ron Carlivati To Take Over ‘General Hospital’ Effective January 2012