Leave it to La Lucci! In a new piece out from the New York Post, on Susan’s myriad of new projects, including her role in Marc Cherry’s new soapy nighttime pilot, Devious Maids and as host of Investigation Discovery’s, Deadly Affairs, Susan offered her thoughts on her career moves and the ending of AMC. (For those who don’t know, Deadly Affairs will offer reenactments of crimes of passion committed by real-life Erica Kanes!)
The NY Post asked Lucci about former ABC Daytime executive, Brian Frons and the blood that is still all over his hands from slaying All My Children and One Life to Live. The question posed to her was: Does she blame him for Pine Valley cancellation? Lucci responded, “Yes, I blame him for ending All My Children and the viewers do, too. But the viewers simply weren’t there anymore. It’s 40 percent cheaper to produce The Chew and The Revolution.“
But as sad as it is for Lucci and AMC lovers, the show must go on for Susan’s career and she has been quite the busy women trying all sorts of projects. She revealed, “I’ve never done a prime-time show, never danced with four sailors before (in Gloria Estefan’s latest video). I’ve never done any of these things before.”
So what do you think of Lucci’s comments about Frons? And all of Susan’s new projects? Let us know!