Hot on the heels of the news early this evening that The OnLine Network and Prospect Park’s All My Children and One Life to Live will have to start their hiatus earlier than expected … tomorrow, due to the labor dispute with I.A.T.S.E., someone close to Prospect Park has informed On-Air On-Soaps that, “All the writers for both AMC and OLTL have been told to continue writing, and they have been told to write long-term story! So obviously, Prospect Park is not planning to stop production on the soaps.”
We will keep you posted on more news and developments as they come to light! For now, as was stated in the official statement from TOLN, 40 episodes of All My Children and One Life to Live will continue to roll out as planned through September. If the labor dispute is settled come the time the shows are scheduled to return from hiatus in August, then new episodes will go into production as planned.
So AMC and OLTL fans, do you feel hopeful knowing that the writer have been given an edict to keep churning out story for when the shows goes back into production? Or, do you feel otherwise? Weigh-in!