Today fans are watching the season finale of One Life to Live, which is historic in its own way.
The series finished a 43 year run on ABC, and then was moved to the Internet, not without plenty of drama surrounding it and to this day. This iconic series, along with All My Children, broke new ground in bringing shows and reviving them online.
However, as the curtain comes down for season one of One Life, and AMC in a few weeks on September 2nd, the New York Daily News reports that according to Prospect Park’s CEO Jeff Kwatinetz, there were lessons learned a long the way.
The item also states this: “The Prospect Park production company’s The Online Network (TOLN) says both will return at an unspecified date for a second season. The network says both have been successful enough for to justify continuing.”
“We have tackled more business, creative and logistical challenges than most shows experience in a lifetime of production,” said Kwatinetz had stated in a press release that went out a on August 1st and was told in the story in the N.Y. Daily News.
So what are your thoughts on the first season of One Life to Live and All My Children? Are you hopeful and excited for a season two? Comment below!