No more seasons after two reboots but fans just might get to see some of their past Pine Valley and Llanview characters live on.

Updated January 9, 2017:

With the rights to “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” reverted back to ABC, ABC Daytime Executive Nathan Varni has addressed the possibility of seeing various characters from the canceled soaps turning up on “General Hospital” at some point…

Updated on December 2, 2016:

Public, legal records show that the lawsuit between Prospect Park and ABC has been dismissed as of December 1. The rights to both canceled soaps revert to ABC.

Updated on August 13:

The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Prospect Park plans to liquidate assets in order to continue with its bankruptcy case, which the company filed in March. The case against ABC was put on hold but could very well resume and head to trial soon. The company has also been granted the right to sell $5.3 million dollars in Connecticut tax credits to Apple.

Updated on March 14:

On April 14, which marks the 3rd anniversary month of the shows cancellation, fans of “All My Children” and “One Life To Live” will come together by wearing blue to show they remain ‘true blue’ fans. Those who want to participate are invited to post selfies on the Event Facebook Page and use the hashtags #AMC #OLTL and #truebluesoapmonday on Twitter.

Updated on March 10:

The silence from Prospect Park has been broken through a release sent out by the production company that reads:

Los Angeles, California (March 10, 2014):

Prospect Park Networks, LLC (PPN) today announced that it has filed a voluntary petition for protection under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Code in the District of Delaware. Prospect Park, the talent and management company, is unrelated to PPN and not included in the bankruptcy filing.

PPN produced ‘One Life to Live’ and ‘All My Children’ and in August 2013, PPN ceased production on the programs.

The Chapter 11 filing in no way impacts PPN’s litigation against the American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. In addition, the bankruptcy filing will allow PPN the timing flexibility to collect on a tax credit from the Connecticut Office of Film, Television & Digital Media.

PPN is optimistic that this filing will make it possible to continue to maximize the value of its assets and settlement of past liabilities. The company is optimistic about the prospects for a smooth transition into bankruptcy.

Updated on February 10:

Deadline is reporting that during court proceedings this morning a judge denied ABC’s motion to strike the part of the production company’s amended complaint where Prospect Park wanted to have the license agreement for the online shows extended and payments to ABC ‘excused’ during the time in which the $100 million breach of contract suit continues.

Stay tuned, as will keep our readers updated with any future developments. The next hearing is scheduled for March 13.