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    In our 'All My Children' News Room, Soaps.com keeps you up-to-date with the latest Soap Opera news on the net. We also feature interviews with the soap stars, as well as local appearances by the actors and actresses.

    All My Children Cancelled. (updated)

    Thursday, May 12 2011


    (ABC)
    Another goodbye.

    Update May 12:

    Susan Lucci told The View that the last airdate of "All My Children" is September 23.


    Originally posted April 14:

    A recent ABC press release has confirmed what soap fans have been fearing for weeks now: "All My Children" has been cancelled. Along with One Life to Live, the ABC soaps will be replaced by new shows "The Chew," with the focus on food, and "The Revolution," about health and lifestyle transformations.

    President of ABC Daytime, Brian Frons stated in the release, "While we are excited about our new shows and the shift in our business, I can’t help but recognize how bittersweet the change is. We are taking this bold step to expand our business because viewers are looking for different types of programming these days. They are telling us there is room for informative, authentic and fun shows that are relatable, offer a wide variety of opinions and focus on ‘real life’ takeaways. A perfect example of this is ‘The View,’ and that factored into our decision. ‘The Chew’ and ‘The Revolution’ are in the same vein and will be great additions to the lineup, with ‘The View’ serving as an ideal foundation from which to launch these programs. They will also provide enormous opportunity for the creation of ancillary businesses and growth."

    He continued, "'All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ are iconic pieces of television that have made an indelible mark on our culture’s history. Each of the shows has touched millions and millions of viewers and informed the social consciousness. It has been a privilege to work with the extraordinary teams who brought the residents of Pine Valley and Llanview to life each day, and we thank the cast, crew, producers and most especially the fans for their commitment to the shows through their history."

    "The Chew" will replace "All My Children" in September, while "The Revolution" will take over for "One Life to Live" in January 2012.

    Soaps.com is sadden to lose two more soap operas. Feel free to share your thoughts on the matter below.



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    Posted by mamajj at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:06 PM

    SOOO SAD!!! I can not believe they canceled TWO shows in ONE day. I will miss Pine Valley very much. And as for these new shows...Good luck cuz I won't be watching. There is enough talk show & food shows on the air we don't need any more.

    Posted by MARCO88 at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:16 PM

    WOW! Unbelievable. I can't believe they canceled both shows. Wow. I'm speakless. I feel bad for the actors and actresses of these shows. They will soon have no work. I fear one day all soaps will be gone forever.

    Posted by littlekansas at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:22 PM

    Are you frigging kidding me!!!!!!!!!!! I race home after work every day to watch them and now they are canceled!!! This is the worst news I have heard in a long time

    Posted by Sherro1 at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:24 PM

    NBC here I come!!

    Posted by Hildyballi at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:25 PM

    I agree littlekansas. WTF!!!!!

    Posted by lulujaz at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:32 PM

    I've bee watching these soaps for more than 40 years. I am devastated that AMC and OLTL are gone. Who will ever forget the iconic Erica Kane or the famous frenemies Vikki & Dorian? It just goes to the point that we boomers don't seem to count for much these days. We lose our jobs, the government razes our retirement funds and now, we lose our favorite daytime past time. I will never watch whatever trash they replace my beloved shows with. food and reality shows be damned. wonder how long before GH is gone? It's a sad day. I have great memories of watching those shows with my mother and discussing them at dinner and catching each other up. It's a truly sad day.

    Posted by AMCguy at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:33 PM

    In related news, this web site will soon be changing its name to "soap.com."

    Posted by lynnsamc at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:36 PM

    This sucks big time, not only for the viewers but for the actors and actresses that moved to CA for the show! It's a SAD day for Soap Opera Lovers! What GENIUS decided this? Guess I wont be renewing my Soap Opera Digest subscription now! SMDH Who needs another food or talk show! SAD day

    Posted by Jazzy12 at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:37 PM

    AMCguy- LOL

    Posted by lwilson_Soaps.com at Thursday, April 14 2011 12:37 PM

    I'm just as upset about the loss of two more soap operas, but thanks for the laugh AMCguy.

    Lori

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