Speaking out.

Updated July 13:

Two more actors posted their thoughts on migrating to the online version of Pine Valley. Find out what they had to say.

Lindsay Hartley (Cara) added on Twitter: “I would love to go just not sure at this moment 🙂 I love that you guys want me to be a part of it!!”

Vincent Irizarry (David)
posted on Facebook: “I’ve been getting a lot of questions from many of you, asking 2 things: am I going to the “AMC” Fan Event, and will I be staying with the show when it transitions to the internet? The first is easy, yes, I plan on being at the “AMC” Fan Event at the end of the month. The second, not so easy. Some have even informed me that it was reported somewhere that I’m staying with the show. That is not at all true at this time. Until I hear from the new producers to learn what they’re offering, I have to work under the assumption that my contract with the show ends on August 31 and plan accordingly, which I am.”

Originally posted July 12:

News of All My Children’s move to the Internet broke last week. As expected, the social networks were filled with reactions from the show’s stars. Read what a few of the actors had to say about Pine Valley receiving new life online.

Christina Bennett Lind (Bianca) tweeted: “To everyone who fought for the soaps. I know as much as you do about the latest news, but I do know that you made people stop & listen.”

Cady McClain (Dixie) tweeted: “All I can say is that I am thrilled for these two historic shows and for the fans that fought so hard to save them!”

Bobbie Eakes (Krystal) tweeted: “I say keep campaigning against the shows replacing us, at same time, show Prospect Park that you appreciate their interest in the soaps.”

Cameron Mathison (Ryan) tweeted: “I love my job at ‘AMC’ and I will definitely consider staying! Tell you more soon. You guys probably made this happen with your campaigns!”

Lindsay Hartley (Cara) tweeted: “I am looking forward to the ‘AMC’ future!”

Walt Willey (Jack) posted on Facebook: “Hey Folks! Well, this is certainly some news, is it not? Hmmmm. Let’s see what the next few days bring, but I will say this: the voice of you fans was what made this happen…without a doubt, because we still got bite!”

Linda Dano (ex-Rae) posted on Facebook: “The great soap fans prevailed. ABC Daytime dramas ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life’ are saved with a new licensing agreement involving media and production company Prospect Park. Prospect Park will produce and deliver the Daytime dramas using their current formats and one-hour length via online platforms and to internet-capable TVs. Congratulations to all!”