Updated October 28:
Per Soap Opera Digest, Jacob Young (JR) announced at the Tribute to Pine Valley event that his return to "The Bold and the Beautiful" was short term and he was open to hearing what Prospect Park had to offer for the online version of "All My Children."
Updated October 21:
Lindsay Hartley recently tweeted that Darnell Williams (Jesse) has signed on with Prospect Park to follow "All My Children" online. She promised, "More to come."
Updated October 4:
Lindsay Hartley recently tweeted some encouraging news regarding the "All My Children" move online: "Morning everyone! Met with Prospect Park yesterday and discussed "AMC." It's really happening baby! And soon!"
Originally posted September 19:
As the final week of All My Children on ABC airs before the show continues online, Prospect Park has announced the first cast members to follow the soap to the Internet. Pending a final agreement with AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), the production company has confirmed that Cameron Mathison (Ryan) and Lindsay Hartley (Cara) have agreed to deals to continue with the show. A production start date will be announced in the coming weeks.
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