Oprah to All My Children and One Life to Live Fans: “I Heard You”





The Mighty O is a' tweetin' about her decision to air the first 40 episodes of the new versions of All My Children and One Life to Live on her cable network. Said OWN's frontwoman:



Are you excited to watch AMC and OLTL on television again? Sound off in the comments!

 

76 Responses

  1. Avatar of Ryan-Scott
    Ryan-Scott

    Thank you Oprah!

    Now if you could just put “The Haves” as an option on OnDemand and reair the interview you did on Sunday with Viola Davis, Alfre Woodard (who I love), and the other two women I’d love it! I missed it.

  2. Avatar of TV Gord
    TV Gord

    [quote=Ryan-Scott]Thank you Oprah! Now if you could just put “The Haves” as an option on OnDemand and reair the interview you did on Sunday with Viola Davis, Alfre Woodard (who I love), and the other two women I’d love it! I missed it.[/quote]

    There’s an Oprah’s Next Chapter marathon this coming Sunday, and the Viola Davis, Alfre Woodard one will air at 10pm eastern. :-)

  3. Avatar of snizzle
    snizzle

    Thank you Oprah.

    I was a bit disappointed when I heard about her collaboration with Tyler Perry. As a woman I find his work to be a bit demeaning and always found Oprah to be above that type of ‘entertainment.’

    With that said the decision to bring AMC and OLTL to OWN will bring me back to her network. Good decision but I still have no interest in “Haves..”

    I’m guessing this is a good business decision too since PP is the one who invested all the upfront $ in production costs. I’m still thrilled to have these soaps aired on tv in addition to the net. Maybe the influx of additional cash will help keep these shows in production?

  4. Avatar of david46208
    david46208

    @everyone: I am living my best life right now! Let’s make this summer jaunt with AMC so successful that it will be extended. And with that, the world can be our oyster.

  5. Avatar of Patchworks
    Patchworks

    [quote=sanka9]@soapsindepthabc This from the woman who said there wasn’t a dime left to be made from these shows.

    — Ron Carlivati (@carlivatiron) June 26, 2013

    RC doesn’t sound happy about this lol![/quote]

    I didn’t expect Ron C. to be a hater. “The woman” said she heard us. As far as I’m concerned, it’s all water under the bridge, like the debacle storyline surrounding Michael Easton aka Caleb/Silas/Stephen Clay/John McBain.

  6. Avatar of SoapArmageddon
    SoapArmageddon

    [quote=sanka9]

    RC doesn’t sound happy about this lol![/quote]

    This from the “writer” who keeps telling the same stories no matter who the cast of characters happen to be.

  7. Avatar of katehhoward
    katehhoward

    I JUST POSTED ON THE OTHER BLOG THAT I WAS DONE WITH THESE SHOWS BUT IF THIS IS TRUE, HELLO AMC AND OLTL. WELCOME BACK. GUESS OPRAH REALIZED SOAPS MEAN DOLLAR SIGNS.

  8. Avatar of nysam
    nysam

    Ron doesn’t want the shows to succeed if he isn’t working on them. His reaction to OWN’s announcement paired with his behavior at the Emmy’s when he lost suggests that he is spiteful. You can tell more about a person on how they handle their losses rather than their wins.

  9. Avatar of thecourt99
    thecourt99

    but did she though???

    Did Oprah say that there was no money to be made…or did she say that SHE didn’t have the resources or wherewithal to do it herself?

    Why is RC salty?

    If I knew where to find all these gifs, it would be a perfect time to insert the one from “The Soup” about Brian Williams.

  10. Avatar of lfad
    lfad

    Ron C. is so annoying. He must be mad that not everyone thinks he’s GH’s savior the way the people lied to him and said he was OLTL’s.

  11. Avatar of dellygrim
    dellygrim

    I’m thrilled that the soaps will have another platform and catch more eyes but I think O is overstating by saying she’s hearing us.
    It’s more like when I remind my sister to get my mom a birthday present and she doesn’t listen then wants to throw me some $ and slap her name on my card.
    Still glad to have her supporting the shows whether or not fan input motivated the decision.

  12. Avatar of angrierblackerman
    angrierblackerman

    I have to say, she didn’t want to pony up the cash to make the shows, but she wants to just sit back now and try to benefit from their popularity.

    Typical ‘Oprahtunism’!

    Then again, the network probably didn’t have any money until Iyanla and Tyler Perry put them on the map with Black oriented programming. Once OWN blows up more financially, she will probably drop the ‘Black’ programming and replace it with other ‘Lifestyle’ programming.

  13. Avatar of rabbit on the moon
    rabbit on the moon

    [quote=Patchworks]As far as I’m concerned, it’s all water under the bridge, like the debacle storyline surrounding Michael Easton aka Caleb/Silas/Stephen Clay/John McBain.[/quote]

    You forgot Michael. But close enough. :-)

  14. Avatar of Mandolin
    Mandolin

    well now she recognizes the benefits of having more than one soap on OWN
    as this will bring soapy eyes to “To Haves” and other OWN shows –
    not to mention sharing some history with OLTL with “To Haves ”
    in the prominent place ex-OLTL’s Tika Sumpter has in their cast.

    AMC /OLTL and THOHN (?)viewers will all be sampling each other… I hope it catches on. I guess OLTL and AMC’s first 40 will get a re-edit to take out all cuss words before they are aired on OWN. “To Haves” seems to have some kind of Christian backdrop ( backstage) with group prayers. I wonder if anyone can decline to participate in those?

  15. Avatar of JasamForever
    JasamForever

    I doubt that Oprah had any intention of having the kardashians on her show either until she realized she needed to change her views, if she wanted her failing network to succeed. I Will not watch the have and have bots, not my type of show, but I will try to show support to amc and oltl.

    What is rc’ s problem? That is why I don’t like him. He just seems to always have a negative air about him. I wish gh would get rid if him.

  16. Avatar of gslam
    gslam

    Think about this from Ron’s perspective…

    He signed on to write the original online version of OLTL, and that was at the time when Oprah was not interested in bringing them back to television. As happy as I am for this turn of events, I can see why he’d write that tweet. I would have been slightly upset had it been me.

  17. Avatar of david46208
    david46208

    @SoapArmageddon: You said: “This from the “writer” who keeps telling the same stories no matter who the cast of characters happen to be.”

    I will forever owe you gratitude for that one. Now that he is starting to go the way that “auntie ReRe” as they called her once was. But you got it right off the top. Same stories different cast. Because once you start breaking it down you can see his OLTL stories popping up on here. And that is directly one of the problems we had with the reshuffling of the same old writers from one soap to another.

    But if I were him i’d settle down because some day GH is gonna need a new home. And at that time he won’t be tweeting like that about Oprah!

    I also remember Ron C. when he came to OLTL he talked about it like it was his all time favorite soap in the world. Then when he went to GH he said the same thing about it. umm humm…

  18. Avatar of david46208
    david46208

    @gslam: Remember people thought Oprah had the money to cover the cost of production. She didn’t have that kind of money. And she made it clear. We see what Oprah is doing now does not require her or OWN to front any money. So there is a difference and Ron C should remember that.

  19. Avatar of soapjunkie88
    soapjunkie88

    I’m not surprised by RC’s reaction. He seems to be full of himself these days. Must be all the praise he got for GH’s anniversary from the critics. Shouldn’t he be happy that these shows have made it back to television?

    And seeing it from his perspective … yeah Oprah made it known in the past that she wasn’t interested in them, talking the genre down. But didn’t he get hired by the very same man who canceled his beloved OLTL on ABC to write for GH!? He’s receiving paychecks from the network which canceled it in the first place. No reason to comment on a woman who made comments like so many others.

    He should take a writing class instead.

    Anyway, I’m happy that this worked out. I really am. It will be great for these shows. Lets hope OWN airs more than 40 episodes and that because of this deal things are going better with Prospect Park.

  20. Avatar of liason4real
    liason4real

    It’s all good, IMO. PP is working behind the scenes to keep AMC & OLTL as viable soaps. RC/FV and some of the OLTL gang are working at GH. And Oprah has a change of heart about bringing the soaps over to her OWN network.

    ABC/Disney is the one that effed up by cancelling our beloved soaps in the first place, and they now realize that GH is a keeper. A lot can change in two years!

  21. Avatar of david46208
    david46208

    @soapjunkie88: Someone needs to tell him that the James E. Reilly School of Writing is not an accredited university! You gotta go the prestigious Nixon Bell Marland School of Soap Writing. There you get intensive training on how to write character-driven storylines, the nature of a plot and how to have the audience suspend belief with panache among the many courses.

  22. Avatar of TV Gord
    TV Gord

    I love Family Guy, but you’re still going to have to spell it out for me, I don’t get what you’re trying to say. This must be my dense day.

  23. Avatar of MsAgentProvocateur1
    MsAgentProvocateur1

    LOL soapjunkie88 and david4608, you guys crack me up!

    Yeah, I tried with GH especially not being a long time viewer and I hung in for a couple years but I stopped a few months ago. I had to drop it from the schedule, I wasn’t feeling the stories nor the characters.

    And even though I thought some of the writing on OLTL in its last years on ABC was pretty good (e.g. Vicki’s monologue on the final broadcast episode), I grew up on CBS soaps so that ultra camp that was present in the last few years of OLTL on ABC wasn’t really appealing that much to me– I could only stand it occasionally. I’m glad that it’s been left behind on the online version.

    No offense to Carlivati, but for the most part his writing doesn’t really appeal to me. But he’s obviously done well on GH and I hope for success for the show and for the fans.

  24. Avatar of TV Gord
    TV Gord

    We don’t know that yet, nellie-claire. We won’t until we see the ratings. That’s why it’s important for anyone who knows any Neilsen families to ask them to watch…or at least tune to OWN when they’re on.

  25. Avatar of nellie-claire
    nellie-claire

    Baloney! Oprah didn’t hear us; Oprah heard an audience for OWN. Doesn’t any one remember Oprah’s words when OLTL and AMC were cancelled? Allow me to remind you:

    “I understand the loyalty, the sense of disappointment” says the self-proclaimed AMC and The Young and The Restless fan. “But here is the [deep] bone-marrow truth: There just are not enough people who are at home in the daytime to watch them, and because of that they’re going off the air.”

    I have nothing against Oprah and I watch OWN but here’s my issue with this. Oprah didn’t need to foot the bill for AMC and OLTL when they were cancelled but she could have made an effort to help save the shows and she didn’t; this is what bothers me.

    With The Haves and Have Nots as OWN’s most successful show, Oprah realizes that she needs AMC and OLTL to save OWN. Now that’s irony!

  26. Avatar of bishbay
    bishbay

    Carlivati’s the worst. Valentini is excellent at all aspects of his job except steering the writing–Valentini + Lorraine Broderick or another GOOD headwriter would make GH watchable again.

  27. Avatar of
    prettyflower10001

    I’m really glad Oprah is doing this so more people can see the shows. I hope it’s a success, I really do, especially for All My Children.

    Prospect Park’s Jeff Kwatinetz is a Northwestern alum which is just outside of Chicago. Both Oprah and Jeff have ties to Chicago and I would bet that Oprah DID give these guys some money to invest in to start these shows. I also wouldn’t doubt that when PP threatened to leave Connecticut, they could have gone to Oprah’s studios in Chicago to do the shows. Chicago would be a perfect place to actually make the shows. It makes me wonder if that might not happen should these have a good turnout with OWN.

    I don’t think Oprah said anything offensive or inaccurate about soaps being a dying genre at the time. She spoke the truth thanks to Jeff Frons and the suits at P&G. Between The Walking Dead, Mad Men, AMC and The Have & Have Nots, it may just be time for me to pony up and pay for cable. Thanks Oprah!

  28. Avatar of
    prettyflower10001

    [quote=sanka9]


    RC doesn’t sound happy about this lol![/quote]

    Between RC, Paula Deen and Oprah, sounds like a lot of people may be second guessing their original words! LOL.

  29. Avatar of Patchworks
    Patchworks

    [quote=nellie-claire] Baloney! Oprah didn’t hear us; Oprah heard an audience for OWN. Doesn’t any one remember Oprah’s words when OLTL and AMC were cancelled? [/quote]

    Well, of course! We are the audience, though… and to the Mighty O’s defense (not that she needs one), we all thought soaps were over two years ago. We played funeral dirges to the soap genre and were pissed off at everyone: at ABC/D and all the writers of AMC who wrote it into the ground and The Talk and the Chew and the Revolution and game shows and the news.

    We soap fans were fed a line that soaps weren’t profitable and the numbers seemed to reflect that. To have expected Oprah to fight, swim against, or turn that tide given the toxic attitude surrounding soaps as a whole was unfair.

    Now that the genre is undergoing metamorphosis, the business woman in her has heard US, the audience for OWN. Of course, because we, the soap fans, are NEVER satisfied, we hold Oprah accountable for responding to climate of the time.

  30. Avatar of DevinMissesOLTL
    DevinMissesOLTL

    [quote=Patchworks][quote=nellie-claire] Baloney! Oprah didn’t hear us; Oprah heard an audience for OWN. Doesn’t any one remember Oprah’s words when OLTL and AMC were cancelled? [/quote]

    Well, of course! We are the audience, though… and to the Mighty O’s defense (not that she needs one), we all thought soaps were over two years ago. We played funeral dirges to the soap genre and were pissed off at everyone: at ABC/D and all the writers of AMC who wrote it into the ground and The Talk and the Chew and the Revolution and game shows and the news.

    We soap fans were fed a line that soaps weren’t profitable and the numbers seemed to reflect that. To have expected Oprah to fight, swim against, or turn that tide given the toxic attitude surrounding soaps as a whole was unfair.

    Now that the genre is undergoing metamorphosis, the business woman in her has heard US, the audience for OWN. Of course, because we, the soap fans, are NEVER satisfied, we hold Oprah accountable for responding to climate of the time.[/quote]

    Are u my aunt?! Cause u sound JUST like her LOL! :)

  31. Avatar of DevinMissesOLTL
    DevinMissesOLTL

    [quote=nellie-claire]Baloney! Oprah didn’t hear us; Oprah heard an audience for OWN. Doesn’t any one remember Oprah’s words when OLTL and AMC were cancelled? Allow me to remind you:

    “I understand the loyalty, the sense of disappointment” says the self-proclaimed AMC and The Young and The Restless fan. “But here is the [deep] bone-marrow truth: There just are not enough people who are at home in the daytime to watch them, and because of that they’re going off the air.”

    I have nothing against Oprah and I watch OWN but here’s my issue with this. Oprah didn’t need to foot the bill for AMC and OLTL when they were cancelled but she could have made an effort to help save the shows and she didn’t; this is what bothers me.

    With The Haves and Have Nots as OWN’s most successful show, Oprah realizes that she needs AMC and OLTL to save OWN. Now that’s irony![/quote]

    Couldn’t agree more. Pretty much case and point.

  32. Avatar of Santa_Barbara_4Ever
    Santa_Barbara_4Ever

    Frankly, If I would have been asked to save the soaps, I would have had to give a response similar to O’s. It is a HUGE tasks and a lot of $$$$ each episode……and I am a die hard soap fan, but some things aren’t possible/logical/feasible etc.

    I’m thrilled that she is putting them on her network AND I totally understand why she alone could not save the shows and foot that bill. She shouldn’t be criticized for it.

    She’s got connections in GA now……Move the shows down there!! Hmmmm wonder how Tyler Perry would do as an exec or writer for a daytime show???? Interesting thoughts….. Have and have nots is pretty damn good!

  33. Avatar of MsAgentProvocateur1
    MsAgentProvocateur1

    Santa_Barbara_4Ever: are you serious? You do know Oprah is NOT producing these shows, she’s distributing them on her network. Right? You do know that, right?

    Prospect Park produces the shows. These shows share studio space in a studio complex in CT. Many of the actors live in the NYC tri-state area. It would be a complete upheaval to move these shows lock stock and barrel to GA.

    Considering the fact that these shows are trying to produce these shows efficiently and make it more seamless for the actors, moving these shows lock, stock and barrel hardly seems the most efficient move.

  34. Avatar of Llanview76
    Llanview76

    ‘Oprah to All My Children and One Life to Live Fans: “I Heard You”‘

    0 heard nothing. She saved nothing. She’s using fame, and will get recognition for it. Is it shrewd for PP to save their business venture through her – yes…but Mighty 0 gets the pay off – a bolster of vanity.

  35. Avatar of EricasBlackSon
    EricasBlackSon

    I don’t get it. We bitched and moaned when Oprah wouldn’t show the soaps. And now we’re bitching and moaning that she’s showing them? We’re about two chromosomes away from behaving like comic book fans.

  36. Avatar of DevinMissesOLTL
    DevinMissesOLTL

    [quote=EricasBlackSon]I don’t get it. We bitched and moaned when Oprah wouldn’t show the soaps. And now we’re bitching and moaning that she’s showing them? We’re about two chromosomes away from behaving like comic book fans.[/quote]
    Not bitching EricasBlackSon. Just saying “Told’ja so!” Lbs! By the way…Luvs your user name! :)

  37. Avatar of TV Gord
    TV Gord

    [quote=EricasBlackSon]We’re about two chromosomes away from behaving like comic book fans.[/quote]

    :bigsmile: As a comic book fan, I’ll be laughing at this line until Sheldon Cooper gets laid! :party:

  38. Avatar of ANGELWENDY15
    ANGELWENDY15

    I am so thrilled OWN will be showing OLTL and AMC. I am one of those who still loves to watch the soaps on TV. I share the computer with my high school son so I don’t get a lot of chances to use the computer.
    THANKS OPRAH!!! Can’t wait to see my soaps again. I am so sick of Dish Network, that we pay extra for, that shows the same movies over and over again. Now, at least I get to see my two beloved soaps, that I thought were gone forever.

  39. Avatar of EricasBlackSon
    EricasBlackSon

    DevinMissesOLTL wrote:

    Not bitching EricasBlackSon. Just saying “Told’ja so!” Lbs! By the way…Luvs your user name!

    *************************************************************************

    I love your name, too, DevinMissesOLTL. I’m still watching OLTL on Soapnet, as well as TOLN, and I’ll even watch classics on YouTube.

  40. Avatar of CTwildheart
    CTwildheart

    Actually Bobbyew, PP is the soap savior. Oprah herself is the soap opportunist. The one who disrespected the majority of daytime fans (who MADE her)and said she would not and could not and should not save the soaps.

    This is also just a “limited run” engagement.

    I am glad that this will allow others who haven’t seen it be able to watch and catch up though.

  41. Avatar of CTwildheart
    CTwildheart

    [quote=katehhoward]I JUST POSTED ON THE OTHER BLOG THAT I WAS DONE WITH THESE SHOWS BUT IF THIS IS TRUE, HELLO AMC AND OLTL. WELCOME BACK. GUESS OPRAH REALIZED SOAPS MEAN DOLLAR SIGNS.[/quote]

    Why would you be done with the shows? Because you don’t like their schedule change? I don’t see how this limited run on OWN would change your mind if that is the case.

  42. Avatar of fmat55
    fmat55

    [quote=DevinMissesOLTL]Whoop-D-Doo bitch! Shoulda done it 2 years ago! How does that crow taste?![/quote]

    Oprah doesn’t eat crow, nor does she have to.

  43. Avatar of CTwildheart
    CTwildheart

    [quote=Patchworks][quote=nellie-claire] Baloney! Oprah didn’t hear us; Oprah heard an audience for OWN. Doesn’t any one remember Oprah’s words when OLTL and AMC were cancelled? [/quote]

    Well, of course! We are the audience, though… and to the Mighty O’s defense (not that she needs one), we all thought soaps were over two years ago. We played funeral dirges to the soap genre and were pissed off at everyone: at ABC/D and all the writers of AMC who wrote it into the ground and The Talk and the Chew and the Revolution and game shows and the news.

    We soap fans were fed a line that soaps weren’t profitable and the numbers seemed to reflect that. To have expected Oprah to fight, swim against, or turn that tide given the toxic attitude surrounding soaps as a whole was unfair.

    Now that the genre is undergoing metamorphosis, the business woman in her has heard US, the audience for OWN. Of course, because we, the soap fans, are NEVER satisfied, we hold Oprah accountable for responding to climate of the time.[/quote]

    Please speak only for yourself! WE did NOT think the soaps were over, nor did WE play funeral dirges. The WE I am speaking of emailed, tweeted, commented, made phone calls, planned and attended rallys, etc.. WE never believed the ‘numbers’ that were fed to us, nor did we believe O when she said the viewers weren’t there. WE are not the audience for OWN, so she did not hear us. She heard the cash register-not the loyalty of daytime fans. I am definitely a satisfied soap fan – and that has absolutely nothing to do with Noprah.

  44. Avatar of bobbyew
    bobbyew

    CTwildheart I hear what you are saying 100%. What I am saying is that now the majority of people who don’t watch online will watch on OWN and will enjoy it more on a actual TV than on a computer screen.

  45. Avatar of CTwildheart
    CTwildheart

    For all those saying soap fans complained that she wouldn’t save the soaps…it wasn’t that she wouldn’t save them. It was more about the way she spoke about the daytime fans and relying on outmoded data (like abc/d)in her condescending response. When you basically offend the majority of the people who MADE you, what else would expect?

    But I am glad that AMC and OLTL are going to give many more the opportunity to see these new shows.

  46. Avatar of CTwildheart
    CTwildheart

    [quote=bobbyew]CTwildheart I hear what you are saying 100%. What I am saying is that now the majority of people who don’t watch online will watch on OWN and will enjoy it more on a actual TV than on a computer screen.[/quote]

    Gotcha! And hopefully they will continue to watch!
    I have been watching online shows, clips & videos on my TV for years with and HDMI cord. So I don’t miss the TV screen since I use it that way. :)

  47. Avatar of DevinMissesOLTL
    DevinMissesOLTL

    [quote=fmat55][quote=DevinMissesOLTL]Whoop-D-Doo bitch! Shoulda done it 2 years ago! How does that crow taste?![/quote]

    Oprah doesn’t eat crow, nor does she have to.[/quote]
    So I’m guessing you’re her personal chef then?! LOL!

  48. Avatar of nellie-claire
    nellie-claire

    I have not real all of the posts but I have read many of them. If I remember correctly, the truth was that 2 years ago, the Soaps were profitable, they were just very expensive to produce. The talk shows were much less expensive to produce and if they generated the same revenue, the talk shows, would end up being much more profitable for the networks. The Soap genre was and is clearly not dead. The Latin soaps and telenovelas are successful as many of the nighttime soaps have been. The network executives may have wanted us to believe that the Soaps were dead but most of us knew better.
    At one time, I suggested that we each put up maybe ten or twenty dollars annually to produce the soaps. How many of us can afford ten or twnety dollars a year? How much money do you think that could have generated?
    Finally, does anyone remember the name of Tim Gunn’s Soap replacement show? I don’t and I adore Tim Gunn!

  49. Avatar of giogio
    giogio

    CTwildheart, I for one am very busy and have a hectic life and when night falls I love to sit by my TV and watch my DVR’s shows. Years back I used to watch my tape shows. I am never on my computer past 6 or 7. I rarely participate in night time DC conversations cause I need my time to unwind. I didnt like Hulu plus, cause even 60 seconds of commercials was too much for me. And to watch it on my 15 inch computer dosent do anything for me. To me it was taking a step backwards. I have this big beautiful TV that I never had to watch a commercial again and now, either I have to sit and wait for commercials to finish on my tv like the old days or I have to watch on a 15inch. No, I had to give it up. I like to sit with my coffee and my remote to FF. I am going to enjoy that limited run on Oprah. And please dont tell me I am not a fan cause I am and have been. But these shows are not going to make me crazy.

  50. Avatar of ldylkng
    ldylkng

    Well if we all that love these shows watch, then maybe , just maybe she will continue broadcasting them.
    But I, like bobbyew, & Giogio would much rather watch on my TV. The sound quality on my laptop is not the best, & would rather see it on my 42 in. So I for one am thrilled with this news.

  51. Avatar of SoapFanGal
    SoapFanGal

    Wow! from a woman who made a video to tell the soap fans to leave her alone that she was NOT going to save the soaps cause they were a dying genre & told everyone to accept that they were being cancelled and to get over it. She & her network would NOT be saving them..Too little too late with this recent gesture. Clearly your network is suffering & only picking up the soaps after seeing how successful they have been on HULU. Well forget it Oprah, you are a high class snob who flipped out on hotel staff cause their TV’s did now carry your network. I love my soaps, but will never watch them on anything connected to you cause you don’t care about them or the viewers

  52. Avatar of TV Gord
    TV Gord

    [quote=SoapFanGal]Wow! from a woman who made a video to tell the soap fans to leave her alone that she was NOT going to save the soaps cause they were a dying genre & told everyone to accept that they were being cancelled and to get over it.[/quote]

    Of course, she said none of those things…

  53. Avatar of rabbit on the moon
    rabbit on the moon

    [quote=TV Gord][quote=SoapFanGal]Wow! from a woman who made a video to tell the soap fans to leave her alone that she was NOT going to save the soaps cause they were a dying genre & told everyone to accept that they were being cancelled and to get over it.[/quote]
    Of course, she said none of those things…[/quote]

    lol

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