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128 August 19th, 2013 N.Y. Daily News on Prospect Park’s First Season Of Moving OLTL & AMC To The Web!

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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!

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  1. rebecca1 says:

    wary about the “unspecified date…”

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    MissBeth replied

    WHY will there be any kind of a break in episodes??? I know there was a worry about production due to a labor dispute, but that was resolved, and last I heard everything was on track for season 2 to roll out on time!!!
    Makes absolutely no sense what so ever!!!!

    It’s been a struggle at times to get all the episodes watched, especially as TOLN kept changing the release days. I prefer the 1 a day, M-Th release days. I just recently got caught up by doing a little marathon of both shows and am about ready to watch this weeks episodes after I watch GH.

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    Rose S replied

    I agree with Rebecca1, makes the whole thing sound kind of sketchy to me. I have also been reading where some of the stars are heading to a new show (Natalie and others) so how does this work? Guess we are back to square one with more questions than answers. :-(

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    su0000 replied

    It is the way internet shows work, they have season breaks..
    Our soaps belong to the internet now..
    all is well, have no worries.. No need to panic.

    People have to realize the soaps are no longer network tv soaps, and they will not be the same schedule wise..
    You have to adapt to internet and the way it works and put network tv behind you :)

    Perhaps in the future the soaps will go to cable tv, but I do not see that happening in the near future..

    Greg replied

    unspecified huh….doesn’t make me happy to hear that. Why can’t they specify?

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    Scott replied

    I don’t mind hearing that the return dates are unspecified at all(well maybe a little),but I think everyone would feel better,if the return to production dates were announced.

    Kim Blank replied

    Prospect Park, thank you for hanging in there & bringing both shows back! I have been a loyal fan since I was a kid in the mid 1970 & early 1980′s.
    these shows are Great & I couldn’t be happier. I only wish they were both on 5 days a week
    Like before.

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    Nancy replied

    AMC is returning for production in the early part of Sept. People say maybe next year, who knows. I think they will be back before then but again who knows. As long as they are going back to production, that is fine with me. They had originally said they had something like 120 episode for the year. That is far from 365 which is almost what the networks had. We have no choice. I still love them and am thrilled every time I can see them.

    Mike replied

    Nancy,

    The networks only aired them 5 days a week, and with holidays and other reasons for not airing a new episode, the count was probably more like 250 episodes a year.

    I just look forward to the beginning of the new season. Many network and cable shows (primetime) now only air a very short season anymore and then we have to wait eight or nine months for the new season to begin.

    clyde replied

    what about One Life To Live?

    Katrina replied

    I think they should air One life to live on OWN network and forget about online! They would get higher ratings if if were back on TV and I think fans should message Oprah and ask her to please allow it to view on her TV station!

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    Jeannie replied

    No. Not everyone has cable, and I can’t stand Oprah. I wouldn’t even want to subscribe to her channel if I did have cable.

    Jamar replied

    Theirs not enough Todd and Dani Scenes and I don’t like the fact Dani seeing a older man that is not soap Todd and Tea should be together Tea brings the best outta Todd the Humor part and rage part they make viewers feel todd only love Star he didn’t make a hard effort to reach out to Jack & Dani

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  2. Kian says:

    Okay I’m confused. Wasn’t AMC supposed to go back into production today???

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    CTwildheart replied

    They were supposed to, but they have not yet gone back into production.

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  3. carol says:

    I thought they had taped enough shows to keep going for a while longer?

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    CTwildheart replied

    They finished taping in June and the episodes they’re talking about are the ones we are seeing now through the finales.

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  4. Jonathan says:

    Yes I am excited for “One Life to Live” 2.0 season 2, but do wish they had been more specific regarding its premiere date. Leaving it open-ended like that gives me slight concern. As for the season 1 finale, I had predicted the big reveal and cliffhanger but in no way did that take away from the powerful jolt it left upon me. Very proud of the cast and production team, and all I could wish was somehow to be a part of that family moving forward on season 2. Llanview has always been a dream of mine, so who knows maybe that dream will come true someday. Thanks Michael Fairman for being the #1 spot for all things OLTL and SOAPS :-)

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  5. Maria says:

    Very disappointed in season one of OLTL as a whole. I did find a few bright spots just a few. I really hope season two has better writing. If the writing isn’t any better for season two, I don’t even think a return by Victor and Todd could keep me interested.

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  6. Ben says:

    I’m disappointed in this article, as it’s mostly a fluff piece. I am really into soaps, and followed the resurrection of both shows as Internet properties very closely, so I was interested to learn what lessons they had learned–if they had learned any–what changes might need to be made, and where they thought things were going from here. The article Pretty much says “lessons were learned” and the only example cited (which many people still doubt PP’s sincerity on, me included) was cutting the shows (which still appears to have been better for their budget than it was for viewers at the end of the day) to one hour per week like a prime-time show. This could have been such an interesting article about new media and the future of entertainment, and how this company (PP) and these shows are paving the way for future content , but it wasn’t. And they definitely didn’t talk with “the producers” to learn lessons, not really. That would have been candid conversations with Ginger Smith and Jennifer Pepperman. Instead, they talked more with the “owners,” no matter what their title, and frankly, all we heard was more of the same PR stuff. These shows genuinely ARE pioneers in the future of entertainment, but this was not the article to document it.

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  7. MissBeth says:

    WHY is OLTL’s season ending today, and AMC’s not for a couple more weeks?
    Didn’t they both launch at the same time?

    Why the break between end of season one and start of season two?

    SO CONFUSED!!!!

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    Fran replied

    I think it’s because OLTL was in the middle of their tapping when they stopped tapping do to the labor stuff AMC filmed all their stuff so once again OLTL gets the short in of it and all the focus will be on AMC surprise ,surprise

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    EDNA BAREFOOT replied

    Fran I totally agree with you. There is always more focus on AMC & I don’t understand. I have followed both soaps for 40 years & OLTL has always took a back seat to AMC. I am a big, big fan of OLTL. Michael can you answer this question. I know you are a OLTL big fan.

    Scott replied

    This is true,but actually AMC got the short of it when they were cancelled.Oltl got 4 1/2 more months on ABC.Hopefully the actors will be back to work shortly.

    PineValleyLover replied

    All My Children and One Life to Live are on a certain filming schedule that means all my children films for 3 weeks then one life to live films the next 3 weeks. When production stopped all my children was in their 3 week rotation so they had more episodes filmed than one life to live

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    Margie replied

    AMC had one extra week of taping. They started first. One week of taping can equal 3-4 weeks.

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  8. Scott says:

    It will be nice when we hear the actors are finally back on set

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  9. Trapper says:

    After watching the season finale, the only thing I can say is, when does the new season start?? This was some amazing bunch of cliffhangers!

    By the way, is there any further word on the TOLN/ABC lawsuit? regarding OLTL?

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    su0000 replied

    The article said;

    “The Prospect Park production company’s The Online Network (TOLN) says both will return at an unspecified date for a second season. ”

    so, season 2 will star at an unspecified date..

    PP will send us an e-mail for the start date, and by the regular means..
    We just have to wait for it :)

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    Margie replied

    I think Trapper got that. When does the new season start??! Like, I can’t wait!

    su0000 replied

    lol
    only PP knows when season 2 will start, and they are not telling us, not yet..
    we just have to wait it out :(

    CTwildheart replied

    Haven’t heard anything on the lawsuit…

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    tania replied

    The lawsuit with ABC has nothing to do with the shows having a break between seasons

    CTwildheart replied

    I was responding to Trapper’s question, “By the way, is there any further word on the TOLN/ABC lawsuit? regarding OLTL?”.
    I understand it has nothing to do with the break.

  10. John Jack Royal says:

    Very hopeful and excited. Looking forward to season 2 with great anticipation.

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    Melissa replied

    Looking forward to season 2 and Michael Easton’s John McBain. He is sorely missed.

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    Stacey replied

    Hell yes he is! We want Easton back as McBain working with Bo and solving cases with Natalie.

    tania replied

    Do not be dismayed if when they bring back John McBain it is NOT Michael Easton

  11. Tali says:

    Love OLTL – Bring Season 2 on – I’m ready! Love watching on Hulu, my first experience with it and I love it!

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    Tali replied

    John McBain (original or recast) needs to come on Season 2 to rescue Natalie from Allison Perkins and solve this mystery with the symbol – Bo needs help!

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    Melissa replied

    Yes Tali he does indeed. Please TPTB make an effort to get Easton back on the show in some capacity. He is desperately needed.

    Sherrie Shearer replied

    Good idea!

    Margie replied

    NuJohn and Roxy would be great!

    terri replied

    Yes to John no to a recast…..original recipe John please!

    Emily replied

    I agree, season 2 + and John McBain please!!!:)

    tania replied

    They cannot bring back Easton if he does not have the time out from his GH schedule. Fans may have to accept a recast

  12. moshane 58 says:

    I don’t want them to be a web series and PP to step up and do what they said in the beginning.In the same format.Soaps are not web series…

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    su0000 replied

    The 2 soaps are indeed ”web series” .. lol ..
    Media is rapidly changing to digital/internet and that is what AMC and OLTL are now, they are web series.
    There are changes.. Formats will need change / adjustments made…
    I am so happy the soaps are back and doing well! :)
    The soaps are Block Busters, awesome!!! :) Both rose from the grave..
    I also like the internet convenience !

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  13. Dennis says:

    Someone needs to get PP to talk details. Why did the number of episodes really get cut back? Why the sudden switch to seasons? I’m sure it’s all related to the bottom line but it would be nice to know. It’s pretty obvious that the shows are not as successful as PP had hoped they would be.

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    Scott replied

    Probably because the season finalies would have been two months ago if they hadn’t scheduled them this way.
    I think they have been successful,and even if they go away again,it’s GREAT that they actually came back for as long as they did.

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    CTwildheart replied

    I thought they answered that. The production schedule was too much for the crew and writers to handle. So they scaled back in order to give us quality shows over quantity.
    They said from the beginning this would be a ‘work-in-progress’ and they would adjust as things came up. I think that is why they decided to go with seasons.

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    tania replied

    Maybe they need to raise funds now to meet budget demands. Even for actors money does not grow on trees!

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  14. AbbyS. says:

    I guess it couldn’t be helped, but I wish there hadn’t been quite as many lessons learned (and mistakes made) as they had. As I count, they had the wrong headwriters for both shows who were fired before the first month of shows had aired, the cursing and rough language had to be scrapped, they had too many episodes airing each week, and they made some story decisions that alot of viewers didn’t appreciate, like focusing more on the newer characters at the expense of the veterans. I’ll be happy to see the shows return whenever they do return if TOLN has learned from all these mistakes. I can’t help but feel that when I watch the shows now, I’m watching episodes where they scrambled to address some of the problems, and as a result, I don’t think these episodes flow as well as they could or should, for both shows. But with any luck, they’ll do much better in the next season.

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    CTwildheart replied

    I disagree.

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  15. Fran says:

    YOU would think they would know general idea when Season 2 would begin ,They don’t want to wait too long fans will forget about OLTL if they wait too long. They need for actors to do interviews, tweet and or promos for Season 2 to keep it fresh

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    su0000 replied

    Fans will be eagerly be awaiting their return..
    I waited for Revenge, Scandal, Breaking Bad, House of Cards, and a list of my favorites to start their next seasons every season with anticipation..
    And I will do the same waiting for the soaps 2nd season.. :)

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    k/kay replied

    Agree with you on Breaking Bad hate that it is ending one of the best shows ever great writing ,acting they never have skipped a beat. Glad I have all the episodes on DVD so I can go back and remember when. And to think Bryan Cranston got his start on Loving years ago. All shows will get viewers if you do them well.

  16. Marva says:

    really sucks that soaps have season finale………when they come back, it should be Mon – Thur…. Once a week was not enough…..

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    tania replied

    Dallas, Knots Landing, Dynasty all great soaps that also had season finales

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  17. Sherrie Shearer says:

    I am slowly getting over some of the recasts, but on the whole I am thrilled to have them back as I had watched them both from day 1 and was devastated that they were cancelled. Sometimes it is a pain watching on-line as I frequently have connectivity issues, but I am just happy to have them back. The stories are as good as ever (but the Todd/Victor one is a might confusing) & please bring hem back soon!

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  18. Karen Sevetino says:

    I thought that season one for OLTL was totally awesome and I can hardly wait for the next one. It is so good to see this show again. I am having a great time!

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  19. shelglass says:

    OK so I am going to give PP the benefit of dougt here, I even don’t mind the two shows on the same day deal. For me it’s like watching anything else I enjoy during the week, just 1 hour. But PLLLEEEAASSSSE, let’s get the ball rolling folks, season 1 ends, then season 2 needs to begin, this is daytime, not prime time. New OLTL shows NOW. Thanks for reading

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    su0000 replied

    Sorry,, but to correct you;
    The soaps are definitely not ‘daytime’ ..
    Daytime is for network tv soaps..
    The internet soaps are now- anytime anywhere.

    PP has given us our soaps 24hr a day, any day anywhere.
    so if one were to watch them at 8pm/prime-time, then they would be prime-time.. lol:)

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  20. Talisyn says:

    Any way TOLN and Prospect Park can keep our shows happening, I am in support of. Of course everyone wants it on TV 5 days a week rather than an unspecified season, no need to reinvent the obvious, people! Again, no need to reinvent the obvious and continually whine about it too. Not productive. Because unless I missed some HUGE BREAKING NEWS today where ABC apologized for the error they made in canceling All My Children and One Life to Live in the first place and are putting both shows back on starting immediately, Prospect Park is the only production company In Our Corner right now. Work with them.

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    ethel replied

    these so called fans need to stop complaining & be thankful for what we have……………

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    Michael replied

    Exactly.

    su0000 replied

    I agree!
    why do some need to bitch whine and complain when the soaps are FREE and available to them at their will, geezus (( low tolerance for ungrateful people..

    Rapids replied

    There is a huge difference between a network tv show and a web series that comes and goes with no definite schedule. These shows were not commercially viable 52 weeks a year in an hourly format. I am not watching online but maybe soaps have found their little niche. Personally I have found better programming to keep me busy but glad loyal fans enjoyed them.

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    dawnhaze replied

    I’m not complaining because I love both shows and appreciate PP bringing them back and I will watch wherever I can but I just want to have a date when Season 2 begins. Please!

    CTwildheart replied

    Yes, there is a huge difference between network shows and web series. You cannot say that you have personally found better programming if you have not watched these shows online (or on OWN). How can you compare them if you have not watched them?

  21. Brett says:

    I just wish we had some idea of when they’d be back. If they must do the seasonal format I wish they’d show AMC for a while, then OLTL and so on so we have one of the shows all the time.

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    su0000 replied

    Well, since this is a 1st run, never done before project, I guess a standard will be set for the soaps seasons when all is worked out and done for the 2nd season.
    ”’signed sealed and delivered thing…

    PP is not putting their butts in the wringer by stating a date they might not be able to keep and will tell us when they are solid for the 2nd season release..
    I would guess and hope by mid fall …
    keep an eye on twitter, that is where updates will be seen..

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  22. MikeT says:

    The season ending cliffhanger with Allison Perkins was GREAT !!!The writing for season 1 of OLTL wasn’t as good as AMC but started to pick up toward the end–hoping for a quick return for season 2 with a little faster paced stories !!

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    Bryon B replied

    I agree. The writing for AMC has been better than OLTL. It did pick up toward the end of the season. I’m sure witht the new writers, it will be better. I can’t wait til Season 2.

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  23. robin fletcher says:

    LIFE is outstanding, a surprise that they pulled it off. AMC is just ok. Online series viewers simply do not tune in five days per week. We like breaks. No conspiracy.

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    getREAL replied

    Come on now… Online series viewers? It is ridiculous to think that just because the shows are now online vs. network that there would be a different viewer base.

    these are soaps regardless of the venue and 99% of the viewer base is the same.
    why are some trying to push the agenda of catering to a different viewer base??? Soaps will be watched by the same demographic no matter how they are presented. and those viewers will want to watch them year round and daily. period.

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  24. Lainey says:

    Can any one state when the show will start airing again. A long break slows down the story momentum.

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    CTwildheart replied

    Not yet. Many cable series have long breaks.

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  25. ethel says:

    i loved both amc & oltl online version………………
    i do watch other web/online soaps & they all have breaks at the end of each series/season so this is no more than what i expected………..
    i am one who will not complain & start bashing toln/prospect park because if it wasn’t for them we would not have either soap & needless to say i am grateful for what they are doing!

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  26. jimh(leave it to beaver) says:

    Better than nothing…

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  27. Sue says:

    Have loved having these families back! I am able to watch more now than i did when on ABC. Please bring back with SEASON II AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! Are they waiting to see if Oprah or somebody else is interested in investing? If they do maybe they can expand the schedule and add another episode each week?!! Or, for how long is Roger’s GH contract? they haven’t even mentioned Starr have they? Maybe they are planning the schedule in a way that works best to compliment the holiday season?

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    tania replied

    Roger’s contract is probably good for at least 4 years from now if not more

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  28. Sue says:

    Oh, and Maria….Boo to you! :)

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  29. Robert says:

    I am confident both shows will return. Watch OWN will be in the mix and both shows will have a long life on the internet AND TV! :-)

    Thank you PP, TOLN and Oprah for finally seeing the light!!

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  30. trevor mcbain says:

    I will continue to support and watch both soaps, I will not give up on them just because of a break, can not wait until season 2 starts. I hope season 2 is longer than season 1, with the possibility of them being back on for 4 or even 5 days a week, but will take whatever PP offers….I also will continue my boycott of ABC except for GH….ABC is dead to me, and AMC & OLTL don’t need ABC, that was their choice, and they will continue to regret it by keeping the awful Spew and Hatie, and their primetime ratings will continue to fall…..someday ABC won’t exist, and my response is- oh well……

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    Stacey replied

    Trevor,
    We need your namesake McBain(Easton) back on OLTL!

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    Melissa replied

    Of course we do! We need the amazing chemistry of Archer and Easton! PLEASE
    ,

  31. brian says:

    I fully support and understand what Prospect Park is doing, and I will mostly definitely will be watching “Season Two”

    “Breaks” in series do not both me in the least. AMC has proven this with success of 3 of their main shows ( Mad Men, The Walking Dead, and Breaking Bad )

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  32. Libby says:

    Whether OLTL has a second “season” or not. I enjoyed seeing the denizens of Llanview again. Jerry Van Dorn was great at eating the scenery at Shelter. He is a fin actor. I am intrigued with the potential of Ron Raines in the show.

    Return of Alison and Dani and Arturro – not so much.

    But thankful for the reprieve whether it lasts or not.

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    tania replied

    Spoken like a true fan!!! NOT!!!

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  33. carla says:

    I will rest easy when the soaps are back in production. I will keep my fingers crossed.

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  34. Lin says:

    Dear Prospect Park, I’ve loved your new AMC, but not so crazy about OLTL, though I’ll continue being a loyal viewer and hope it improves. hate JWOw, hate the Dani /Arturo story. It turns my stomach. And can’t stand the storyline with Jack and the teacher. For one thing, don’t teachers have enough bad PR. allison is my least favorite ever except for Mitch, hate Shelter scenes. etc. Love Bo and Nora, love the new Destiny- did love Jeffrey. Thought clint was great. Most of the adult storylines are good. Love everything abotu AMC pretty much. Do not want Angie with David. They need to do more with Jesse and I hope more family will return. Thank you a million times PP/Toln for bringing the soaps back. And please be straight and up front- what’s with teh hiatus. We were told there would be no gap. Be honest with the fans. that’s the most important.

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  35. Johnny says:

    I hope both shows return, but these inceptions do need some work. On ALL MY CHILDREN, the young actor who plays A.J. tries his best, but he most definitely over-acts his scenes, it appears that he is trying almost TOO hard. The actors are all trying, and sometimes they don’t have much to work with. The scenes between Colby and Celia fighting over Petey have gotten old very quickly, just a bit too silly. I am sorry to say that the on line version of ALL MY CHILDREN is pleasant enough, but sincerely does need some stronger writing. As far as ONE LIFE TO LIVE, I think they have had a better shot since they were able to secure many of the original actors from the ABC-TV serial, but they also need some stronger writing. These are just my own observations as a longtime fan of both shows, just an overview of how I feel the first season of each individual show has progressed.

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  36. shelle dale says:

    They deserve a round of applause and cheers for getting it on the web. I was crushed when my beloved soap was cancelled and beyond happy when it returned. I am so looking forward to season #2 and while sad there is a gap happy for another season so i will wait and be a loyal watcher when it returns. Thank you Prospect Park.

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  37. Bryon B says:

    Looking forward to the premiere of Season 2 of both shows. I have been a fan of OLTL for many years and was pleased with the finale. I didn’t follow AMC too much on ABC, but have been impressed with the quality of writing and storylines on the Hulu version. It appears that both shows are doing well on Hulu and have to wait patiently for the premiere.

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  38. ellyn says:

    I really enjoy watching AMC and hope that PP will produce more episodes. AMC is no longer a soap opera (in the traditional definition) but an internet series. Watching 50 minutes a week is still better than ZERO minutes a week.

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    CTwildheart replied

    Very true. Been trying to get other people to understand that these shows ARE different. But soaps have evolved before and are just doing it again.

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  39. CTwildheart says:

    I am waiting faithfully (but not easily!) for season 2 of both shows. :)

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    tania replied

    Season one of AMC is not even over yet so season two cannot quite begin yet

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    CTwildheart replied

    Tania, I am responding to Michael’s query: …Are you hopeful and excited for a season two?
    Can you make your own comment – or can you just comment on what other people post?

  40. Linda Seidl says:

    Love One Life to Live!!!
    Thank you for bringing it back.
    Please bring Todd back to Blair!!!!

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    Melissa replied

    And Tea and Victor, John and Natalie please. Missing Jolie

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    Linda replied

    Who is Jolie?

  41. Linda says:

    Who is Jolie supposed to be with?

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    Melissa replied

    Jolie is the name for John and Natalie

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  42. Linda says:

    Thank you for bringing AMC and OLTL back it was great! Sorry to see the break between the two seasons. Hope it is not to long.

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  43. Judy says:

    Someone mentioned free? I’m technologically challenged and have no clue how to go about that. I thought it was something one had to subscribe to watch. How do I go about that?

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    Vicki replied

    Judy, they are free at hulu.com when you watch on your pc or laptop. Not free to watch on phone or other devices.

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  44. cindy says:

    I just finished watching both OLTL and AMC. The production was great and so was the cliff hanger. Can’t wait to see what is in store.

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    tania replied

    AMC’s finale is not until Mon Sept 2nd so how did you watch it?

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  45. Debbie Racinowski says:

    I’ve watched All MY Children and One life to live almost since they began. Keep the new episodes coming. Both shows are better then ever. Even m y husband is watching them on OWN and trying to catch up with the ones I’ve seen on the web. We’ll be watching them together in the future (even though he won’t admit he get’s into the story lines and people). Thanks

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  46. C. R. Byers says:

    I have watehed One Life to Live for years.

    I love the new and updated showcase……..however I absolutly HATE…watching my computer to see this program. I think it is ruining my eyes….. I am on the computer
    all day and then in my off time I am trying to watch a program that stops and starts every few minutes.

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    CTwildheart replied

    CR…if your television has newer ports – you can purchase an HDMI cord for about $12 bucks and connect your tv to your pc. That way you can watch on your big tv screen. I’ve been doing this for years now, good luck!

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  47. Shonda says:

    If you keep us waiting you could lose us. I’m not happy with just 50 minutes each week as it is. I want the soaps back on TV, in the old format. Internet isn’t better.

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  48. marg says:

    …at an unspecified date??? that’s an irresponsible way to treat your viewers Prospect Park. we’re some of the most loyal viewers in the history of television, clearly. don’t you think you should give us a clue…

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  49. Thelma says:

    I would like to receive email updates on AMC and OLTL please.

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  50. Terri says:

    Looking forward to Season 2 of OLTL. Have been watching this Soap from the very beginning back in 68. Would like it if it was on daily for 1 hr instead of 2 days 30 min ea. day.

    I would also like email notification of when Season 2 will be aired.

    Thank you :)

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  51. mari says:

    I can not wait for season 2 will Todd return and Starr

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  52. FRAN PAUL says:

    Loved both … want more. Congratulations Prospect Park on a great first season.

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  53. Sharon Jenkins says:

    I loved season 1 and can’t wait for season 2. The writers are wonderful and I am amazed how much you all manage to work into one episode that is less than 30 minutes in length. You all are doing a sensational job – and when I say that I am thinking of the actors, writers, props, make-up, …everyone. I would love to know when the next season will begin showing so that I can put it on my calendar and ensure that I don’t miss a minute.

    Thank you,
    Sharon Jenkins

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  54. Karen says:

    Loved having my soaps back, but, I am very upset that OLtL is bringing back Allison… I think they can do better than her perverse character, and, I was never so happy to see a story line end as when the last time she appeared on the soap. Hopefully, it will be a short appearance, and she will be gone for good this time. Please end her story line quickly.

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  55. Spring says:

    The fact the the shows (OLTL and AMC) were cut to just two shows a week, and NOW they hare cutting them into seasons, it just all to much. They story lines are moving just to slowly, and with the seasonal break, I don’t know if I will be picking them up when they return.

    I watched both shows form the day they started on TV, and I have watched them since they were put online; but as I said the story line is moving to slowly. I had hoped they would be hour shows online (disappointed); then when they were 4 days a week, I had hoped that that would last (disappointed); then they went to two days a week, then all shows were loaded on the same day (disappointed), now they are breaking, for who knows how long, for a season break (BIG disappointment) and the story line is moving just to slowly (BIGGER disappointment) this is ALL just to much to keep my loyal any longer.

    I will miss these soaps, but there have been just to many disappointments as noted above. I haven’t been able to reconnect with them since the shows returned, and I seriously doubt that I will wait around for season 2. Good bye OLTL and AMC, I’ll miss you both.

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  56. james daniel says:

    When popular tv shows take long breaks like say Ugly Betty did people have time to invest in other shows . Online or on TV. So both AMC and OLTL will possibly lose any gains in viewership they got in their first seasons. Prospect Park will not take ownership and blame loss on two episodes being too much to watch, etc. If they’re committed they need to film a season and a handful for each next season so the next may not start right away but will be back. Viewers of tv shows expect hiatuses but this new online watching especially of a soap will be harder to take.

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  57. MaderaGuy says:

    I think we should realize AMC and OLTL are dead. This Internet season has been a waste of time. The storylines are week and the scripts are just bad. How long did they tease us with Todd leaving? We all knew he was gone. We all knew he filmed everything in the first couple weeks of production. I feel cheated by Prospect Park. I wish they would have never come back then we would still have our favorite characters on General Hospital and we could have visited the others from time to time. Shame on you PP for cheating the fans.

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  58. Tracie Harden says:

    I can’t wait!!! I have been fans of both of these shows for over 3 decades!!!

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  59. tony solano says:

    I have been a fan for over 25 years. I was with the others in thinking that we had a voice to bring this show back and you all did. Great Job. I understand the legalities with ABC but this show must continue. The demand is for reals. You all did a great job of bringing it together and I appreciate that for sure. ABC made the huge mistake of ever cancelling it. For it to be replaced by a show that ended up being cancelled was for sure Karma. Please know I support the show continuing and I also appreciate the shows Stars for coming back for the Fans. Thank you all.

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  60. Char says:

    I am thrilled to have my soaps back and yes while it has been an adjustment going from 5 days a week to one it’s working….I just don’t like that season 2 starting date is unspecified how are we supposed to know when they are coming back and how long it will take?? hearing that some actors may be leaving is nothing to look forward to for season 2 there are still actors from the network oltl and amc I wish would come back.

    waiting anxiously for season 2

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  61. felicia says:

    loved amc and want it to continue forever. thought it would be on every day like i have been watching it for 41 yrs. if we watched it an hour every day for all that time, we can do so now 20 to 23 minutes a day for two days isn’t even equivalent to having it on for one day a week. the soap opera fans want their soaps back every day forever and ever. please push for it thanks, felicia

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