Susan Lucci

Susan Lucci Visits The View On Wednesday


Soap legend Susan Lucci stops by The View tomorrow. The All My Children veteran will talk to the ladies about her book, All My Life: A Memoir and no doubt do damage control for that two-faced Brian Frons. The View airs 11 AM EST on ABC.

Elizabeth Rodriguez Says Susan Lucci is Headed for Desperate Housewives

Since the cancellation of All My Children, rumors have swirled that Susan Lucci could be headed to ABC’s primetime hit Desperate Housewives. Now we have another reason to wonder if such a move is in the works. In an interview with Pop Eater, former AMC star Elizabeth Rodriguez (ex-Carmen Morales) gives the latest indication that it could be a possibility.

"She's going to 'Desperate Housewives' apparently. She has a contract at ABC," Rodriguez said of Lucci. "You heard it here first. That's what I heard!"

Watch the clip at Pop Eater.

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Will Judge Judy Be the New Queen of Daytime?

With Oprah Winfrey abdicating her daytime throne on May 25th, who will take her place? Not heir apparent Susan Lucci, now that All My Children has been cancelled. No, the new monarch just may come from the courtroom! Judge Judy Sheindlin has signed a deal with CBS TV Distribution through 2015 for Judge Judy. CTD President John Nogawski extols her merits to Deadline:

“Judy is in a class by herself. For 15 years, she’s delivered one of the highest-rated shows in all of syndication. She’s at the top of her game, and we’re excited to be in business with daytime’s #1 star.” 

What do you think daytime viewers? Are you ready for a judge to ascend the throne?

Susan Lucci Talks AMC's Cancellation and Fan Campaigns on The Tonight Show

Daytime superstar Susan Lucci stopped by The Tonight Show last night and chatted with Jay Leno about All My Children’s cancellation, passionate soap fans, and her new book, All My Life: A Memoir.  Check out the interview after the jump!


All My Children's Susan Lucci: "The Best Thing The Fans Can Do Is Watch"

Soap Queen and New York Times best-selling author Susan Lucci is speaking out a bit more about her reaction to the cancellation of All My Children. Entertainment Tonight caught up with Erica Kane herself at a book signing for her memoir All My Life. Here's what she had to say when asked about her thoughts on her time in Pine Valley coming to an end:

"It's horrible and it's sad and disappointing, but we're on for five more months," said Susan. "And the best thing the fans can do is watch, because Lorraine Broderick and Agnes Nixon (both longtime writers on the program) are at the helm and we are in the best of hands."

Watch the interview, where Lucci talks about how her son Andreas Huber helped convince her to write her life's story, after the jump. READ MORE

DC #616: ABC Cancels All My Children and One Life to Live

On today’s Daytime Confidential podcast Luke Kerr, Jamey Giddens, Jillian Bowe, Regan Cellura, Melodie Aikles and J Bernard Jones discuss ABC’s decision to cancel two of its three soaps, All My Children and One Life to Live.

During the episode the DC gang shares their reaction to the sad news that the two long-running serials have been canceled. What path led to each show’s cancellation? Who is responsible or shares in the blame? They recap the progression of reports since Jamey first reported, back in February, ABC would be making a major decision in April. Did AMC throw its actors under the bus? Susan Lucci has been a class act through it all, while Robin Strasser’s poignant hotline message to fans pulled at the heart strings. Might Oprah be interested in saving AMC and OLTL by bringing them to the OWN network? Where does this leave General Hospital?

Then each in the group reveals how they’d like to see each soap wrap up its run. However, there are differing opinions on how to tie everything up on each of the shows. Melodie’s ending for AMC is all about Erica Kane while you’re not going to want to miss Jamey’s tongue-in-cheek suggestion for Viki and Dorian on OLTL.

After AMC goes off the air in September it will be replaced by The Chew, a cooking talk show hosted by Mario Batali, Clinton Kelly, Carla Hall, Michael Symon and Daphne Oz. When OLTL ends its run in January of 2012 it will be replaced by The Revolution, a show about health and lifestyle transformations featuring Tim Gunn and Kimberly Locke. This is truely the end of an era.