Staying put, for now?

Updated on November 23:

Prospect Park Suspended Online Migration of “One Life To Live,” therefore the show will not be taping any future scenes.

Previously Reported on November 17:

Though it has yet to be confirmed whether or not Prospect Park will continue to tape its beginning scenes for the show’s online migration at the ABC Studios, Llanview actors have been asked to pack up their dressing rooms by the end of the week.

Hillary B. Smith (Nora) tweeted, “I’m here for my last tape day on “OLTL” for ABC. Last night we were told that we must remove all of our belongings from the dressing rooms. I have all this fan memorabilia, pictures of me with the Bo and Nora Fans, jello shot girls, animals, cast mates, presents from fans. How?”

Soaps.com will keep readers updated should we receive confirmation in regards to Prospect Park’s reported deal with ABC.

Previously Reported on November 10:

Soap Opera Network is reporting that Prospect Park has made a deal with the Disney/ABC Television Group that will enable them to continuing filming the soap opera in its current “One Life To Live” studio at 320 W 66th Street in New York City, New York. This rental period is said to last from the time the show tapes its last ABC scenes on November 18 through the earlier portions of its initial online run with Prospect Park’s THE Online Network in January 2012.

Soaps.com will keep readers posted with further developments.

Find out who won’t be joining the show online through Prospect Park Announces One Life To Live Cast Migrating Online.

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