Prospect Park's digital resurrection of long-running soaps "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" have found a home on cable TV — but for now only in the Great White North, not the U.S.
With residents of Pine Valley's "All My Children" frozen in time for almost two years, Prospect Park released a 10-minute storyline recap to brings fans of the sudser up to speed ahead of April 29…
Agnes Nixon's socially relevant serials "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" were groundbreaking in content when they debuted on ABC over 40 years ago.
New halfhour episodes of each daytime drama will be available weekdays via such outlets as Hulu and iTunes.
The deaths of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" may have been greatly exaggerated.
Famed photographer Tyler Shields will make his feature directorial debut with the thriller "Final Girl," which Prospect Park is producing.
Cameron Mathison and Lindsay Hartley have signed on for the post-ABC online version of "All My Children" being produced by Prospect Park.
Josh Barry, the former head of current and drama development at ABC Studios, is moving to Prospect Park.
Encouraged by the success it's had on TV, Prospect Park, the production shingle launched last year by Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank, has tapped producer Rob Carliner to launch a film division.
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