As we head towards the New Year more details of Prospect Park’s plan to finally put All My Children and One Life to Live online are coming out or, shall we say, perhaps leaking out?
In the latest issue of Soap Opera Uncensored, Nelson Branco relates that through his inside sources and leaked documents it has revealed that Prospect Park intends on shooting AMC and OLTL in studio spaces in Stamford, Connecticut, and that sets are currently being designed! In addition, the Prospect Park plan calls for there to be half hour episodes of both shows, with four new episodes a week and a recap show on Friday’s.
The licensing fees between Prospect Park and ABC have also been reportedly revealed by SOU which illustrates that All My Children was valued at half a million more dollars than One Life! Even though, as we all know, One Life was performing better in the ratings than AMC in the last few years of both shows network TV existence.
Additionally, there is an executive summary of the outline of the plans from Prospect Park posted by Branco which apparently contain more details into what Prospect Park powers-that-be Jeff Kwatinetz, Rich Frank, and Mike Lang are thinking and how they are constructing bringing the beloved soaps to the web.
Of note: Prospect Park has yet to put out an statement to enlighten the media and the fans “officially” on what is going on. At any rate with this report, do you think Prospect Park is going to succeed in getting All My Children and One Life to Live online? Weigh-in!