Cheers & Jeers

ABC Countersues Prospect Park For $5 Million!


ABC and Prospect Park continue down the rabbit hole. According to The Hollywood Reporter, ABC has countersued Prospect Park for breach of contract damages to the tune of $5 million dollars! This lawsuit comes on the heels of Prospect Park's Chapter 11 Bankruptcy news.

What do you think of the latest in the ABC/Prospect Park saga?

DAYS' Deidre Hall Designs Christmas Card For Wounded Warrior Project


Days of Our Lives legend Deidre Hall recently shared with the world her love of watercolors, by designing several Christmas greeting cards for the Wounded Warrior Project. The cards are available for purchase on Hall's official website, and 100 percent of the proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Debbi Morgan Tweets "It's A Wrap" For All My Children

According to Debbi Morgan (Angie Hubbard) via Twitter, All My Children is officialy done. The actress tweeted Prospect Park's lawyer informed her manager the soap would not return for a second season. Prospect Park has yet to give an official statement, but it appears the book is closed for All My Children. Read Morgan's tweets after the jump. READ MORE

Cady McClain's 'Flip Fantasia' Hits The Web


All My Children star Cady McClain has stepped behind the camera with her new short film Flip Fantasia. The short is McClain's directorial debut and tells the story of love, life and death. Check out Flip Fantasia in its entirety after the jump! READ MORE

General Hospital's Michael Easton and Wife Welcome Son

General Hospital star Michael Easton and his wife Ginevra welcomed a son, Jack Boru Easton, September 7, 2013. The actor shared the news via Facebook. Congratulations to the happy couple.

The Decline Of The American Soap Opera

With the news of All My Children and One Life to Live being canceled on Thursday, April 12, 2011, the American Soap Opera genre spun into a state of disaster. Over a span of three years, the genre has lost a total of five soap operas, leaving the final four standing. What could cause shows that have been on the air for 40 plus years to get the boot from their respective networks? What does this mean for the American soaps still on the air? What are the key factors to a successful soap? Is it possible that in five years the American Soap Opera will be a thing of the past? So many questions, so little time. I have a few theories and comments of why the genre that has captured the hearts of Americans for years is slowly but surely fading into oblivion.