The former ABC Daytime soap stars who signed on for Prospect Park's reboots of All My Children and One Life to Live must need a Dramamine drip by this point. Near the end of AMC's run on ABC, the sudser relocated from New York to Los Angeles, where it was ultimately cancelled. In late 2012, when both AMC and OLTL's rebirths began to look like a reality, studio space was secured in Stamford, Connecticut.
Today, on the heels of Prospect Park announcing the soaps are going on hiatus early—reportedly due to a labor union dispute—comes rumblings the sudsers could once again be relocating! Said Deadline Hollywood's Nellie Andreeva:
What’s more, because of the dispute, I hear Prospect Park is considering moving production of the two shows, based in Stamford, Conn., to another state.