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Posted by Kathy Lyford is not just for sudsers anymore. As part of its relaunch of, Disney-ABC Television Group is offering a few lucky On the Air readers some terrific prizes. Be one of the first to comment on this post and you could receive one of these prizes:

  • Nano_2 1 Special Edition RED iPod Nano (8GB)
  • 1 Marc Jacobs Wallet
  • 2 $25 Barney’s Gift Cards
  • 2 $15 iTunes Gift Cards
  • Soapnet T-shirts (several available; image on the next page)

The revamped is being touted as “the new home of celebrity and TV drama.” The site expands beyond daytime to focus on entertainment, stars, pop culture, beauty and fashion. will serve up entertainment scoops and serve as a destination for the TV-obsessive who can’t get enough of their shows and stars, offering recaps and photo galleries related to all daytime dramas and dozens of primetime series.

Check out the site here

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  1. A man sooner or later discovers that he is the master-gardener of his soul, the director of his life. A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better. All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on. Any idiot can face a crisis – it’s day to day living that wears you out. Believe that life is worth living and your belief will help create the fact.

  2. Stacy says:

    Great channel! I love soaps!

  3. fustonm says:

    My wife forces me to watch Y&R every night on Soapnet. :(

  4. Allison Solow says:

    I’ve been a fan of SoapNet since it launched. It’s great. I watch the shows I missed during the day, like “The Young and the Restless” and “Days of Our Lives.” The weekend marathons are also a great way to catch up.
    SoapNet is a fantastic channel!!

  5. Richard says:

    The O.C. 90210. Skin.
    Could this be the newest “Brilliant But Cancelled” network? I hope so.

  6. Natalie says:

    Ipod please =)

  7. Tameka says:

    I LOVE SOAPNET! When i lived in Georgia – and had no tivo – I would watch General Hospital at 10pm OR catch the marathon on sundays. It was a saving grace because I love Maurice Bernard and Steve Burton. I’m glad the network is expanding and I hope it lasts for a long time.

  8. Drew says:

    I love the choice of madmen, very soapy

  9. Eric says:

    I watch ‘One Life to Live’ on SoapNet every night. I don’t know what I’d do without it.
    Great channel… although, I wish they’d bring back Knots Landing reruns!

  10. Adrian says:

    If this is going to the serialized drama, then that is good, because those are disappearing faster than ever as TV Land and other genre-specific brandsgo beyond their original purpose (sometimes way too far), and there is less and less true classic TV, other than 6 channels running the same sitcom.
    at least soapnet is staying in the realm of TV drama, and not creating another reality variation on models, B-list celebrity home life, or generic competition.

  11. Nick says:

    It’s interesting to see their choices of primetime shows, particularly (for example) Mad Men but not other in my mind even more soap-esque programs such as Friday Night Lights.

  12. Dean says:

    Promo for SOAPnet looks more opened up. Still catch GH a couple times a week when work permits.

  13. Becca says:

    SOAPnet’s original programming is great this summer, and I’m always grateful for multiple opportunities to watch the daytime dramas I miss while at work.

  14. Kat says:

    Love how they’re speaking to a few different audiences with pages on soaps for the new gen such as gossip girl and the hills (we KNOWWW its not real). Is it bad that I watch soap net to re-live the glory days of the oc? good, just checking :)

  15. Rob says:

    Soapnet is the best! :)

  16. Andrea says:

    Even though prime-time shows like Desperate Housewives essentially claim to be soaps, they can’t really compete with the crazy storylines of original 5-day a week-ers. I actually really admire the suspension of disbelief that many of them require, what with vampires, twin brothers, and other crazy ways to get rid of / reintroduce cast members.

  17. Paul says:

    I’ve watched SoapNet sporadically, but moreso since they’ve ben re-running the OC in the afternoons. I want to get caught up with the new drama, MVP, as well. I think the network performs a valuable service for long-forgotten (or overlooked) dramas…
    I waited for years to see the full(and only)season of Pasadena, with Dana Delaney.

  18. rb says:

    I heard Rick Springfield is on General Hospital again. If I didn’t work, I’d watch soaps!

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