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REPORT: All My Children Heads Back Into Production in October

Is All My Children gearing up to return to production? Soap Opera Digest is reporting Prospect Park hopes to begin taping the second season of AMC on Oct 21. This news comes on the heels of the announcement of One Life to Live being shelved, allegedly pending the outcome of Prospect Park's lawsuit with Disney-ABC.

One Life to Live's Corbin Bleu Joins Dancing With The Stars

One Life to Live star and High School Musical alum Corbin Bleu has joined the Season 17 cast of Dancing with the Stars. Bleu’s addition was announced on Good Morning America Wednesday morning. 

He will compete against Saved by the Bell’s Elizabeth Berkley, Pretty Little Liars’ Brian Daugherty, comic Bill Engvall, legendary television star Valerie Harper, former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, The Voice co-host and R&B singer Christina Milian, scientist Bill Nye, Jack OsbourneJersey Shore’s Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, The King of Queens and The Talk alum Leah Remini, and Glee's Amber Riley. READ MORE

Prospect Park Unveils New

To mark One Life to Live’s season one finale, The OnLine Network has unveiled a new tricked out website. The site contains pages for both All My Children and OLTL, and features cast and character pages.
It also includes detailed show descriptions, links to the show’s social media pages, photo galleries and more! To check out the exclusive video interviews and other goodies, click here!

Photo Credit: The OnLine Network

EXCLUSIVE: Can Zach and Lea Work Things Out on All My Children? (SNEAK PEEK)

Poor Lea (Paula Garcés). Girlfriend was just trying to do her job with everything that happened with Jesse (Darnell Williams), but Zach (Thorsten Kaye) isn't trying to hear what she has to say these days on All My Children.

In this exclusive clip, the sexy FBI agent tries to explain things to Zach and hopes for a "do-over" on their romance. Is it too late for the couple to start again? Watch Lea begging like Keith Sweat after the jump! READ MORE

Prospect Park Shells Out Residuals to All My Children and One Life to Live Crew

The Wrap is reporting Prospect Park will share residuals with the production staffers of All My Children and One Life to Live. Last month the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees-Local 52 (IATSE) and PP were locked in a battle, after the union claimed the production company was spending more than $125,000 an episode. According to The Wrap, IATSE had rock-solid proof PP shelled out more than the $100,000 per episode they claimed was budgeted for the shows. READ MORE

Kassie DePaiva Looks Back at The Highs and Lows on One Life to Live

Kassie DePaiva has seen it all in Llanview, and then some as vixen du jour Blair Cramer on One Life to Live. From duping Todd (Roger Howarth) into marriage, to tossing former nemesis Tea (Florencia Lozano) out of a window, her alter ego has had her fair share of drama. Recently DePaiva opened up to TVSource Magazine about one of the toughest storyline she played out.

DePaiva: For me I think the most challenging storyline that I just didn’t want to hang my hat up on was – or throw my hat in actually was when Todd – I’m not even – I don’t know who wrote it but it’s when she turned her back on Todd and Todd was being played by Trevor at the time and it’s when she was with Spencer [Paul Satterfield]. READ MORE