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    One Life To Live By Allison Perkins.

    Friday, January 13 2012
    Jessica gets good news, Destiny gives birth, Starr is stunned, and Todd and Blair make love...

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    Posted by lucetta at Friday, April 06 2012 08:34 AM

    TypsyTess, yes I live 18 miles from Los Angeles. I worked smack into the center of L.A. for years. One never knows our paths might cross one day!!! Thanks for your support.

    Posted by TipsyTess at Sunday, April 08 2012 11:29 AM

    The Easter feeling
    does not end,
    It signals a new
    beginning of nature
    Spring
    And
    Brand new life of
    friendship
    Happy Easter my friends

    Posted by bonairebound at Tuesday, April 10 2012 05:14 AM

    Morning my bff's...I am still having problems w/this site. I don't facebook & it kinda looks like we are the only ones posting here still. Against my better judgement, I am going to post an email where you can contact me. Its sbv326@yahoo.com. I miss y'all bunches & am not watching GH!
    bb

    Posted by lucetta at Wednesday, April 11 2012 08:51 PM

    TypsyTess and Bonairebound, hope you two had a great Easter. The temperature was 87 degrees here in California. I'm watching today's episode of gh today. I haven't watched much so don't really know what's going on. I saw John sexy McBain telling Natalie over the phone that he loved her.

    Posted by cowboys fan at Thursday, April 12 2012 08:27 AM

    THE REVOLUTION HAS BEEN CANCELLED! DETAILS BELOW.

    ABC Keeps ‘General Hospital’ On, Cancels ‘The Revolution’, Adds ‘GMA’ Afternoon Show For Summer
    By NELLIE ANDREEVA | Wednesday April 11, 2012 @ 2:24pm PDTTags: ABC, General Hospital, The Revolution
    Comments 166
    Nellie Andreeva

    ABC The Revolution CancelledEXCLUSIVE: Soap fans can rejoice — I’ve learned that ABC will keep its only remaining daytime drama General Hospital on the air while canceling freshman talk show The Revolution. The news ends months of speculation about what will happen to the venerable soap whose long-time 3 PM slot will be taken over by Katie Couric’s new syndicated talk show in the fall. With Katie joining ABC’s daytime lineup, General Hospital and new lifestyle series The Chew and The Revolution, which replaced canceled soaps All My Children and One Life To Live, have been competing for two slots, with Disney-ABC TV Group president Anne Sweeney stating early on that the two stronger performers will make the cut. Revolution, which currently occupies the 2 PM time period that will lead to Katie in most markets, never found its legs ratings-wise and will end its run at the beginning of July. For the following nine weeks, starting on July 9 until Katie premieres on Sept. 10, GMA AfternoonABC will air a special Good Morning America-branded hourlong show alongside GH and The Chew. Details about new new program, tentatively titled GMA In The Afternoon, are still being finalized, but it is expected to be generally broader and lighter than the regular GMA unless there is a breaking story, which the afternoon show will jump on. The expansion of the GMA franchise comes as the morning program has been on a ratings roll, dramatically narrowing the gap with long-time ratings leader Today. GMA In The Afternoon is expected to feature some personalities from the morning show, with Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer among those talked about, and will also likely be used as a platform to break new talent. The reshuffling of ABC’s daytime deck, including the decision to stick with GH, represents the first major move by EVP Vicki Dummer, who took over ABC Daytime following the December departure of Brian Frons, the man responsible for the cancellations of AMC and OLTL.

    With The Revolution hitting a string of lows over the last few weeks and drawing a little more than half of the audience of GH and The Chew, it is understandable why ABC opted to keep GH, which is down year-to-year but still higher-rated than both The Chew and The Revolution, instead of angering fans by killing another beloved soap for a show that hasn’t proven itself. The renewal comes on the heels of GH drawing 2.26 million viewers for the week of March 26, a up a tenth from the previous week. The Chew (2.21 million) was up 8%, while The Revolution (1.33 million) remained low, in line with its series-low viewership for the previous two weeks (1.33 million, 1.32 million). What’s more, while The Chew‘s ratings have been largely on par with those of the soap it replaced, AMC, at a fraction of the production cost, The Revolution (average of 1.5 million viewers to date, 337,000 of them in the women 18-49 demographic) is down 44% in total viewers and 51% in W18-49 from OLTL‘s deliveries. Among the the three, GH is the highest rated in women 18-49 by a wide margin (most recently a 0.9/6 for the week of March 26 vs. 0.6/4 The Chew and 0.4/3 for The Revolution), so, while I hear ABC is not ready to lock in its daytime schedule for next season yet, it would make sense to keep The Chew at 1 PM and put GH at 2 PM as a lead-in for Katie on the ABC stations, the core station group that will carry Couric’s new syndicated talker.

    Related: ‘Revolution’s Renewal Chances Slim After Series Lows, ‘General Hospital’s Look Better

    The renewal ensures that GH, which marked 49 years on the air on April 1, will celebrate its 50th anniversary next April. It is the longest-running U.S. soap opera currently in production. Created by husband-and-wife soap writers Frank and Doris Hursley, GH also holds the record for most Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Drama Series:

    Posted by grandmanean at Monday, April 16 2012 02:46 AM

    Great news on the renewal cowboysfan ! I first read it on the ABC/GH online show Thurs. night so hopped over the the AMC site and you confirmed it there as well . Thanks !
    If we fans can keep killing 'The Spew' like we did 'The Revultion', we can get rid of Katie too...and perhaps get all of our beloved soaps back !

    Posted by jumps at Thursday, April 26 2012 11:34 AM

    Have not been here in awhile. Just wanted to say "hello" to all my OLTL friends. I still miss OLTL alot!
    Have started watching GH, but only because of John, Starr, Blair, Todd. And soon Tomas and Tea.

    It is funny how alot of GH people are still complaining about the "invasion" of OLTLers.

    Posted by night worker at Thursday, April 26 2012 03:00 PM

    I still really miss One Life to live, and all the actors that I enjoyed ever sense 1970, it was a big mistake to cancel this wonderful show.

    Posted by TipsyTess at Saturday, April 28 2012 07:02 PM

    Hi everyone..thought I would pop in..jumps is right, over on the GH board there are some who just can't stand Starr. But John sure has a lot of new fans. This week the boards have gone over 400 posts in one day due to the Jason/Sam/John storyline.

    Posted by TipsyTess at Saturday, April 28 2012 07:05 PM

    I also miss OLTL as I have watched since the 70's. I only started with AMC but when I went to visit my Granny she would be watching OLTL. Actually I also remember watching Edge Of Night with her to. Anyways I took to the show right away and it was 1977 when I had my first baby, since I was watching the 2 soaps I sat and watched GH also. Happy to see GH is going to stay on at least another year for there 50th year.

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