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‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ weekly recap shows will provide several bonuses for fans

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The good news just keeps coming for soap fans. As previously announced, The Online Network will offer original weekly recap shows called More One Life to Live and More All My Children every Friday. But fans are going to get a lot more than just a “previously on” special each week.

While the half-hour installments of each show will feature memorable moments from the past week, the shows will also include behind the scene footage and one-on-one interviews with the series’ stars. The recap shows will be hosted by former KABC correspondent and anchor Leslie Miller. Tomorrow Productions’ Marc Victor will be executive producing the episodes.

As if all of that wasn’t exciting enough, soap fans will have an opportunity to interact live with their favorite stars in real time through Twitter and Skype. The shows will also have lifestyle segments from fashion and beauty to relationship advice in addition to celebrating the past week’s shows. That sounds like a lot to pack into each half hour and we’re certainly looking forward to every minute of it.

“We are truly excited about the opportunity to offer our passionate and loyal fans with yet another vehicle to connect with their favorite stars,” Prospect Park’s founders Rich Frank and Jeff Kwatinetz said in a joint press statement. “Creating relevant content that matters to our viewers has always been our goal-this series, produced by some of the best in the business, will be anchored by entertaining segments that will be conversation starters and will be another way for our audience to get up close and personal with these two beloved series.”

All My Children and One Life to Live premiere Monday, April 29 on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes.

Mandy Treccia
Mandy Treccia has served as TVSource Magazine’s Executive Editor since 2016, formerly as Editorial Director from 2012-2016. She is an avid TV watcher and card carrying fan girl prone to sudden bursts of emotion, ranging from extreme excitement to blind rage during her favorite shows and has on more than once occasion considered having a paper bag on hand to get her through some tough TV moments. Her taste in TV tends to rival that of a thirteen-year-old girl, but she’s okay with that.

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