Scheduling changes hit Pine Valley, we remember Billy Clyde Tuggle from days past, and the cast and crew keep fans motivated.
Prospect Park announces new schedule.
This last week saw a couple of scheduling changes. The biggest news is that "AMC" will now be available only twice a week instead of four times a week. Due to this change, FX Canada will drop "AMC" from its programming. Soaps.com has additional information on what days All My Children episodes are available and how to view in Canada.
Fans are missing the four day routine, but the cast recognizes each episode will be here before we know it.
Jill Larson (Opal Gardner) probably summed it up best on her Facebook page when she discussed the great job everyone has done to create the shows we now have in a short amount of time. She supports Prospect Park's decision which will allow the creative team to continue producing outstanding programming for the fans.
Daniel Covin anticipates summer break.
It's nearly time for a break and Daniel Covin already misses the place!
Hanging out in the mancave waiting for my scene to be called! Gonna miss this place during summer. Hyped to be back! twitter.com/DanielCovin/st…— Daniel Covin (@DanielCovin) May 18, 2013
Hulu episodes free online.
Although many fans feel as though they've hit a roadblock and are suffering with the two day a week scheduling, there is good news in all of this. Hulu will keep all episodes available for free for a short time until viewers can catch up. This is a great time to get the word out to family and friends who haven't heard yet that their favorite cancelled soaps are now available online. Remember to visit Soaps.com for the All My Children recaps.
Cady always has something to share on Pinterest, Facebook, or the like. This past week she shared a Behind the Scenes of All My Children on her blog from her van ride in to work to her beauty secrets. Cady does her best to share her day so as she so aptly put it, "you guys can hear about all the work and caring that goes into making the show great for you."
Paula Garces joins the cast.
Last week, Columbian-born Paula Garces ("Harold and Kumar," "Guiding Light") joined AMC as Sinnamon, a mystery woman holding down what appears to be two careers. Her lifestyle probably hasn't left her with much time for a love interested but that may soon change. Who is Sinnamon and how may she prove helpful to the PVPD in the coming weeks?
More All My Children.
Don't miss the "AMC" recap episode "More All My Children" which aired on Friday May 17. This episode features discussions with Julia Barr (Brooke English), Robert Scott Wilson (Pete Cortlandt), and a sneak peek of Jason Derulo's music coming soon to Pine Valley. Supervising Producer, Sonia Blangiardo doesn't think you should miss it. Please note, this Friday's episode will be the first combined episode featuring more of "OLTL" and "AMC."
Billy Clyde Tuggle sent shivers down the spines of many last week upon his return to Pine Valley. It seems Tad Martin wasn't the only one who escaped death all those years ago. In 1990, following Dixie's kidnapping, both men were suspected dead after Billy Clyde detonated a bomb on a bridge to stop Tad's pending nuptials to Dixie when he couldn't come to terms with Tad having Dixie when he couldn't.
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