(LOS ANGELES) — One Life to Live will live again, and so will All My Children.
The two soap operas, which signed off from ABC in the past year and a half, will be re-launched on the Internet by a company called Prospect Park, according to The Hollywood Reporter. An official announcement was made Monday.
Production on both series will begin next month. They will stream on Prospect Park’s The Online Network, though premiere dates for the shows have yet to be announced.
Agnes Nixon, who created One Life to Live and All My Children, will serve as a consultant on the re-launched versions.
The cast for both shows have yet to be formed. However, All My Children’s Vincent Irizarry has announced he will reprise his role of Dr. David Hayward.
Initially, Prospect Park licensed both soaps from ABC in 2011 with the intention of reviving them online the following year, but those plans never came to fruition.
All My Children said goodbye to ABC after 41 years in September of 2011. One Life to Live ended its 43-year run on the network last January.
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