So, remember when a few years back it turned out that a lot of soap operas got cancelled, and even Days of Our Lives went on the bubble? Well, now NBC renewed Days of Our Lives for two more years, right until 2016; in which will make the show reach its fiftieth anniversary on november 2015.
The extension was announced today by Jennifer Salke, President, NBC Entertainment. Continue reading →
How can it not be like this? After all, all these shows are performing quite well, with The Talk even getting high numbers; so CBS renewed the daytime lineup in its entirety, including New seasons for The Talk, The Young and The Restless, The Bold and The Beautiful, The Price is Right and Let´s Make a Deal. Not bad, huh? Continue reading →
It is no longer a trend, Hispanic audiences are growing bigger, and already beating several of the Broadcast programs, and in this case, Telemundo premiered La Impostora to almost record breaking audiences, as it reached a cumulative audience of 2,386,000 total viewers and 1,168,000 adults 18-49 on premiere night, according to Nielsen. Starring Lisette Morelos Continue reading →
The experiment is done. All My Children will be cancelled for good after a rescue from online network Prospect Park.
Member of the cast Cady McClain herself said via Facebook, “We were very recently contacted and told that, with great regret, AMC won’t be going back online this year, or in this particular incarnation.”
The other soap rescued by Prospect Park One Life To Live is also on hiatus, and has been for a long time due to a legal dispute between the company and ABC, and is most definitely not expected to come back either. So there goes the soaps. Let´s also note that SOAPNet programming is going to go dark at year´s end.
Not a particularily good time to be a soap opera fan, as All My Children gets cancelled, One Life To Live is de facto cancelled, and also SOAPNet is going down soon. Other soapy shows still live on TV, but the mainstays are going.
There are sometimes surprising news, specially when talking renewals and cancellations, but this one certainly is not one of those, as anyone who checked out the numbers for the show knew it was coming back, and now ABC made it official as it renewed Mistresses for season two. Continue reading →
The two soaps had been cancelled before, and Prospect Park saved them to make them live once again online. And they strived there. Specially All My Children, getting renewed, as the writers are already working on some second season storylines (second season at Prospect Park that is). but One Life To Live is indefinitely on hiatus (hint, hint, that usually means cancelled). The thing is, that Prospect Park Continue reading →
The first season was a breakout, and even though the second season was a step back both in the ratings and creatively, it is still a solid show on both ends, granting the renewal for Revenge´s season three of the soapy show that follows a turned-to-star Emily Van Camp as the lead.
The Online Network announced that actors Brooke Newton and Jason Pendergraft have joined the cast of the popular serial drama “All My Children,” which made its historic online debut on April 29th. Newton steps into the role of ‘Colby Chandler,” the spoiled entitled daughter of patriarch ‘Adam Chandler.’ Pendergraft checks into Pine Continue reading →
The return of All My Children and One Life to Live is here! The Online Network has launched the premieres of new seasons of longtime running soap operas moved from daytime to anytime, sa they are live online.
Brand new, 30-minute episodes of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” will be available to stream online weekdays in HD (when available) via Continue reading →