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Same Day Update:

More actors who apparently won’t be making the move online include John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex), Farah Fath (Gigi/Stacy), Nic Robuck (James) and Bree Williamson (Jessica). Stay tuned for an official confirmation.

Same Day Update:

David Gregory (Ford) will not be migrating online with the show and stated on his Facebook, “Hey everyone, just a note to say that I will not be joining Prospect Park. It was a very hard decision to make. But I am very excited to shoot the final episodes this next week. Thank you all for all your support. It means the world. I’ll never forget this experience. All my love to all you wonderful fans.”

Updated on November 10:

Though it has not been confirmed yet, when asked if Kristen (Starr) and Eddie Alderson (Matthew) will be moving to Los Angeles, California, Eddie tweeted, “It is true.” Kristen also tweeted, “Putting my acting reel together tomorrow. I need help picking scenes from the past two years.” It appears the brother and sister duo won’t be migrating online with the show.

Previously Reported on November 3:

Pending final Guild agreements, Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank of TOLN have confirmed that Tuc Watkins (David), Josh Kelly (Cutter), Florencia Lozano (Tea), and Shenell Edmonds (Destiny) have made deals to join the show online.

Previously Reported on October 27:

Terri Conn (Aubrey ‘Kristine Karr’ Wentworth) has decided not to move online with the show in 2012. She told Soap Opera Weekly that though she plans to stay in New York, she wants to try other things and has been stuck in Daytime contracts for 13 to 14 years. Her husband, Austin Peck (Rick) still doesn’t know how or if he’ll fit into the online migration.

Previously Reported on October 25:

It’s safe to say that Robin Strasser (ex-Dorian) will not be joining the cast when the show migrates online in 2012. The actress tweeted, “It’s Def! Moving to L.A. soon. No “prospect” in NY, so I’m heading West… where I have a real pretty house. No pity pot – it’s pool party time!”

Previously Reported on September 30:

THE Online Network has just announced that pending a final agreement with AFTRA, deals are in place for cast members Melissa Archer (Natalie Buchanan Banks), Kelley Missal (Danielle Rayburn), Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans), Andrew Trischitta (Jack Manning) and Jerry VerDorn (Clint Buchanan) to migrate online once the show ends its ABC January 2012 run.

Previously Reported on September 26:

Soap Opera Network is reporting that Sean Ringgold (Shaun Evans) received an offer last Friday from Prospect Park to continue online. He accepted, so fans can look forward to seeing the actor when the show migrates online in January 2012.

Previously Reported on September 6:

Below is a statement from Prospect Park regarding “One Life to Live.”

Pending a final agreement with AFTRA, Prospect Park has confirmed that “One Life to Live” cast members Ted King (Tomas Delgado), Michael Easton (John McBain), Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) and star of stars Erika Slezak who plays Lord family matriarch Victoria Lord, have agreed to deals to join the company’s new production of “One Life to Live.” This marks the first confirmation of cast members since Prospect Park began planning for the soap production to live on the new online network beyond its finale January televised date on ABC.

For more on the two ABC soaps going online please visit All My Children & One Life To Live To Migrate Online.