Latest update:  November 6, 2013
Previous update:  August 5, 2013
Original post date:  March 13, 2013




Fans were broken-hearted in September 2011 when ABC Daytime Television cancelled the show’s then 41-year run on the ABC network.  It was to the amazement and delight of the cast, crew, and fans when the show was then “revived” in the Spring of 2013. Prospect Park Productions had secured licensing rights to produce the show online as a web series via half-hour episodes on Hulu, Hulu Plus, & iTunes.  Canadian viewers were also included in the mix, being offered episode purchase options via iTunes Canada.

The show premiered on all platforms on MONDAY, APRIL 29, 2013.  The online episodes for “All My Children” were initially posted for viewing at 5:00 am (ET) and 2:00 am (PT), Monday and Wednesdays, with a joint AMC/OLTL live recap episode each Friday.  On July 1, 2013, The Online Network (TOLN) modified the airing schedule by posting both AMC episodes simultaneously on Monday mornings.

If AMC came back, why was there a “season finale” and what is the show’s current status?  Click here to view TOLN’s last press release, dated August 1, 2013, which informed fans about its plans to present “All My Children” by seasons, with the Season 1 finale airing on Monday, September 2, 2013. 

Although Prospect Park relayed the airdate of Season 2 would be announced by the end of 2013, various third-party press reportings (Los Angeles Times; TV Guide Online) revealed that Prospect Park halted production of “All My Children” for an indefinite time period.  It should be pointed out, however, that Prospect Park itself has NOT issued an official, formal statement confirming the cancellation of the show, or its intent (either way) to continue or stop future production efforts. To receive status updates from TOLN directly, you may visit their website at and click on the “Newsletter Signup” button.  We will also inform you if or when we hear of any official developments.

Provided below are tutorials on how to view “All My Children” — however, it should be noted the details have changed since the Season 1 finale.  After Prospect Park halted production, they made ALL episodes viewable (via restriction free embeds) on their website ( and (paid subscription viewing restriction on mobile devices were lifted).  Separate and apart from TOLN & Hulu, we here at have provided show recaps & clips for those episodes specifically featuring Vincent on our “Show Recaps” page.

We hope the above update provides some clarification and answers to your questions.  We will advise you if we receive more confirmed information.




Everyone’s next question is how & where to watch this new web series version of AMC?  Not to worry, it’s very easy! There are 4 options. The easiest & free option is to watch via Hulu. You don’t even need to create an account for the free-level version of Hulu!







'All My Children' on Hulu (Regular)       Hulu Plus       Purchase AMC episodes on iTunes       Oprah Winfrey Network

Click on each logo above to find each platform’s AMC home page. For more details on each option, scroll further down.


Hulu is a free service that provides TV shows and movies for viewing on your desktop or laptop computer.  Hulu has a more limited library than Hulu Plus, showing only the most recent episodes of a TV series and fewer movies. The videos on Hulu stream in standard definition.

Best part of Hulu is you don’t need to create an account to view any videos.  You can go directly to the Hulu “All My Children” page and just click the play button on any clip. To search for other TV shows click here. To search for movies on Hulu click here. One reason you might want to create a registered account (still at the free level) would be to customize your settings & to add videos to your queue.

To watch Hulu videos on your computer just go to their site using the links above and start browsing!  However, if videos do not play on your computer, make sure your computer has the following installed:

– Adobe Flash Player or above
– Internet Explorer 7.0 or above, Firefox 2.0 or above, Safari 3.0 or above, or Chrome
– Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or above, Macintosh OS X 10.4 or above, or Linux
– JavaScript and Cookies enabled
More information here


 Hulu Plus

Hulu Plus is a paid video subscription service which costs $7.99 per month.  At this time, Hulu Plus is available only in the U.S. and Japan.  You can find out more about watching in Japan at the Hulu Japan website.

Why might someone want to pay for a Hulu Plus subscription?  The primary answer is convenience.  Instead of sitting in front of your computer, Hulu Plus enables you to stream shows to internet-enabled TVs, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles (Wii, XBox 360, or PlayStation), media set-top boxes (Roku, Tivo, Apple TV, Netgear), mobile phones, tablets, and more.   If you think you’d want to watch the AMC episodes using these devices, this option could work for you.  Click here to view a complete list of Hulu Plus enabled devices.  This link has a wealth of information on each device, including great video clips featuring helpful tutorials & tips.

Hulu Plus offers a much larger viewing library in comparison to its free-level service. Click here to see which of your favorite shows are on Hulu Plus. Hulu Plus also streams its videos in HD resolution (if the show was shot & produced in HD format). The regular free Hulu service streams only in standard definition.

Important thing to remember
If you click on ANY link to a Hulu video using your smartphone or tablet, you will be directed to sign up for a paid Hulu Plus subscription. These videos are free to watch on your desktop computer, but NOT on your mobile devices. This seems to be where folks get confused as to whether Hulu is free or not. Rule of thumb – Hulu is free from your computer. But, if you want to watch Hulu using your smartphone, tablet, or smart TV, you will need to upgrade to the paid Hulu Plus subscription level.


If you’ve decided Hulu Plus is the way to go, here are tips to get started:

1.  Go to the Hulu Plus website by clicking here. Click on the “Try 1 Week Free” button.
2.  If you already have a regular Hulu account, click on the “Log In” link in the top right corner.
3.  If you don’t have a Hulu account, either sign in with your Facebook login or fill out the form.
4.  Fill out your credit card or Paypal information.  You will only be charged after your 1-week free trial period.
5.  The next screen will assist you with setting up & activating the mobile devices you wish to connect.
6.  To set up the Hulu Plus connection with your internet-ready TV or a set-top media box like Roku, follow the directions.

The set-up page gives you an option to have the Hulu Plus mobile app download links e-mailed to you, so you can more easily access & download the apps from your mobile phone or tablet.  For your convenience, I’ve also pasted the links below:

iPhone or iPad
Android phone or tablet
Amazon Kindle
Microsoft Surface tablet


After setting up your mobile devices, you can also go to your desktop computer to optimize your viewing experience:

1.  Go to the ‘Favorites‘ page to set up a queue of all your favorite shows.
2.  Type “All My Children” in the search bar then click on the “Add to Favorites” button.  You can add other shows too!
3.  Go to your ‘Account‘ page to customize your profile and viewing preferences.
4.  To add videos, hover over any video thumbnail and click on “Add to Queue” or subscribe to your favorite shows.
5.  Last but not least, to view answers to every conceivable FAQ related to Hulu Plus click here.





If you are a fan of Apple mobile devices or love archiving your videos in your iTunes library on your computer, you may feel that purchasing each episode (or a season pass) is worth it.  A major benefit of episode purchase is that you can download & save episodes to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod and watch even if you’re in an area without an internet connection. The pricing structure for AMC episodes on iTunes will be 99 cents per episode and $9.99 for a 20-episode pass.

The official “All My Children” iTunes page (United States) is available here.  The iTunes page for Canadian viewers is available here.  To clarify, you cannot view any clips from those links.  When you arrive to the iTunes store page, next to each downloadable episode, you will see a “Download” or “View in iTunes” button.  When you click on any of these links, the website will attempt to connect with your iTunes software application.  If you do not yet have iTunes installed on your computer, follow the steps below.


To purchase episodes via iTunes, here’s what you need to do:

1.  Download & install the iTunes software which is free, available for both Mac and PC desktops.
2.  Open your iTunes application using your desktop shortcut.
3.  In the left-column click on the “iTunes Store” link under the “STORE” category.
4.  Type “All My Children” in the white search bar at the top of the screen.
5.  Click on the “All My Children” photo icon that appears under the “TV Seasons” category at the top of the page.
6.  You’ll arrive at the “All My Children” store page.  Currently, there are 3 free preview clips for download!

If you want to view your iTunes purchased AMC episodes on your television screen, getting an Apple TV media box for an additional $99 might be a good option.  Click here to read more about Apple TV.




Oprah Winfrey Network

The Oprah Winfrey Network is hosting a summer fling for soap fans as the network has acquired the first 40 episodes of The OnLine Network’s reprisal of the popular daytime dramas All My Children and One Life to Live for a special exclusive 10-week limited engagement. Half-hour episodes of each show will air Monday through Thursday beginning Monday, July 15 with All My Children at 1 p.m. ET/PT and One Life to Live at 3 p.m.  Read all the details published in this official press release.  For folks who have been asking, these 40 episodes have already premiered and aired via Hulu and iTunes.  They are not new episodes for those viewers.


The full airing schedule is provided below.  Click here for the AMC show page on the official OWN website.

OWN-AMC and OLTL Airing Schedule (August update)




FX Canada
Update on May 20, 2013: 

Although previously announced that FX Canada would be the exclusive Canadian television broadcast home of both “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” — that has now changed due to the reduced airing schedule recently implemented by TOLN/Prospect Park. FX Canada’s parent company, Rogers Media, released a statement advising that FX Canada will no longer be airing both shows as of May 20, 2013. Instead, Canadian viewers will be able to see both shows by purchasing episodes on iTunes Canada.

ITunes Canada

Episodes are currently priced at .99 cents per episode, or $9.99 for a 20-episode multi-pass access.  For those wondering why Canadian viewers can’t view, scroll down to the bottom of this page to our Frequently Asked Questions section.




 “Love, excitement and suspense return to Pine Valley with the Chandlers, Cortlandts, Martins, and Hubbards. Revisit the lives of core characters who’ve inhabited the landscape for decades along with a younger generation that promises twists and turns of its own. Follow JR as he comes to grips with his past and meet his teen-aged son, AJ, who might just break the cycle of dysfunction that has plagued his family for years. Follow Pete Cortlandt as he falls in love with a girl named Celia who has a dark past even she doesn’t know about. Get re-acquainted with Angie and Jesse and see them tested by tragedy and loss. Witness the return of Zach and David and follow the emotional journey of Bianca’s daughter Miranda, whose own mother lived in the shadow of the great Erica Kane but who is determined to forge her own path, on her own terms. All that and more begins on April 29th…”

Enjoy the wonderful video preview clip released by The Online Network on April 16, 2013:


David Hayward:  “Now I’m back….and there’s going to be hell to pay.”



This promotional video clip was released by The Online Network on April 4, 2013.  Get up to date for the new season by reviewing all the important action you may have missed!

Get ready for the new season of All My Children





 Although we fans can’t physically be there to join in on the fun, these video clips capture the excitement, camaraderie, and exhilaration that the AMC cast and crew are experiencing!  Many thanks to Prospect Park & The Online Network for sharing these moments with us as we anxiously await the premiere!


AMC Behind-The-Scenes Sexy Photo Shoot Go Backstage to Meet the AMC & OLTL Crew
Set Construction: Opal’s House AMC First Day of Production

All clips courtesy of The Online Network | Prospect Park Productions

Since the fan guide on this page was meant to be a primer on how to watch AMC upon its premiere in April, we are not embedding new TOLN video clips here. To view more exclusive behind-the-scenes clips, special features, interviews, and much more – please be sure to subscribe to the official TOLN Soaps YouTube channel.




Other than being too sexy for his own good, who is this good doctor that we all love to hate?  (Although many of us just “love to love” him!)  Dr. David Hayward, a brilliant world-renowned cardiologist, swept into Pine Valley in 1997.  Born to Vanessa Bennett & Charles Hayward — David carried emotional scars from childhood as a result of witnessing his father commit suicide due to Vanessa’s emotional abuse. While claiming to have the best of intentions to fervently protect and desperately pursue those he loves, David has gained a notoriety for wreaking havoc with everyone’s lives, leaving behind a trail of broken hearts. Conversely, much to everyone’s chagrin, Dr. Hayward has also saved many lives, being partial to experimenting with untested and controversial medical techniques.  As thanks for his efforts, ironically, David is likely the most tied up & punched character on the AMC canvas!  Here are some scenes of David from “All My Children” from previous years.


David blames Krystal for Babe’s exposure to the Chandlers
Episode date: November 3, 2008
Krystal comforts a conflicted David about performing heart surgery on Ian
Episode date: April 3, 2008


To catch up on Dr. Hayward’s dastardly deeds and storylines, we’ve put together these handy references and links for your reading pleasure. Special thanks to my good friend & writer, Sherry Yanow, for drafting the below character biography synopses. To save the .PDF documents, right-click and select “Save Link As”.  Happy reading!


Download PDF David Hayward Character Bio (1997-2006)
Download PDF David Hayward Character Bio (2008-2011)

David Hayward Daily Scene Recaps (2013)
David Hayward Daily Scene Recaps (2011)
David Hayward Bio (Soap
David Hayward Bio (
David Hayward Bio (Wikipedia)
Hayward Family Tree (Soap





This cast list represents contract roles announced to date.  Official website and social media links will be added soon.

Julia Barr
Brooke English – The legendary Brooke English is back in Pine Valley as Adam Chandler’s fiancee
Ryan Bittle
Adam “J.R.” Chandler – Son of Dixie Cooney Martin & Adam Chandler, Sr.  He wakes up from his five-year coma & faces his past and what he’s done.  Who did he shoot?
David Canary
Adam Chandler – The silver fox is still in Pine Valley, trying to deal with JR and his problems. 
Lindsay Hartley
Cara Castillo – Cara was last seen carrying David Hayward’s baby.  What happened in the past five years?
Vincent Irizarry 
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Dr. David Hayward – The devious & sexy doctor returns to Pine Valley after five years, searching out Cara for answers.
Francesca James
Evelyn Johnson – A mysterious new character, Evelyn is the head mistress of a high school.
Thorsten Kaye
Zach Slater – Minus Kendall, Zach returns to Pine Valley, determined to help Jesse & Angie with their crisis.
Jill Larson
Opal Cortlandt – Opal is back in the Cortland mansion, thrilled her beloved son Pete is coming home.
Ray McDonnell
Dr. Joe Martin –  The beloved Martin Family patriarch returns to Pine Valley.
Cady McClain
Dixie Cooney – A strong, beautiful Dixie keeps vigil at JR’s bedside and mourns Tad’s absence.
Debbi Morgan
Dr. Angela Hubbard – Angie fears for her adopted daughter Cassandra.
Eric Nelsen

AJ Chandler – Sweet on Miranda, AJ is a young Chandler (son of Arabella “Babe” Carey & J.R. Chandler; Later adopted by Marissa Carey after Babe’s death).  AJ is conflicted about his feelings for his father, in the aftermath of what happened 5 years ago.
Jordan Lane Price

Celia Fitzgerald – A Pine Valley newcomer, Celia is the product of a dark past even she doesn’t know about.
Eden Reigel
Bianca Montgomery – Daughter of the inimitable Erica Kane.  Troubled with her own romantic life, Bianca has to deal with her spirited teenage daughter.
Heather Roop
Jane McIntyre – Jane’s the pretty owner of a coffee shop, Jane’s Addiction.  Is there more to not-plain Jane?
Saleisha Stowers
Cassandra Foster – Cassandra’s in big trouble, held captive by bad guys.  Can she escape their clutches?
Denyse Tontz
Miranda Montgomery – Bianca’s adorable daughter moves to beat of her own drum, determined to be her own woman.
Jordi Vilasuso
Dr. Griffin Castillo – What’s Dr. Castillo up to?  Is he still over-protective of little sister Cara after all these years?
Darnell Williams
Jesse Hubbard – Devoted to Angie, the Chief of Police works with Zach to save Cassandra from her crises.
Robert Scott Wilson
Peter Cortlandt – Agressive and following in the footsteps of his mogul daddy, Palmer — this heartbreaker sets his sights on Celia.





Update on December 2013:  Since Prospect Park has indefinitely halted production of the show, do not use the address below.  If you’d like to write to Vincent or have questions concerning Vincent’s fan club, you may contact us at:  at or

Prospect Park has announced an address where you can write to your favorite AMC actors!  Feel free to drop them a line to let them know your thoughts & what you are enjoying most about the show.  They’d love to hear from you!

P.O. BOX 110236

Additionally, Prospect Park is soliciting fan questions for the live weekly Friday recap shows, which will debut beginning Friday, May 3, 2013.  If you have a question for any AMC cast member that you’d like to see answered on the recap show, submit them to this e-mail address:  For comments specific to the Season 1 finale, send your messages to





Created by Agnes Nixon, “All My Children” debuted on January 5, 1970, until its last airdate on September 23, 2011.  As a result of the voices of the fans, alongside the dedicated persistence and vision of Prospect Park, we are now able to anticipate and enjoy its revival.

Whether vintage or new — the heart of Agnes Nixon’s storytelling promises to live on. We look forward to watching the trials, tribulations, joys, and sorrows of the good citizens of Pine Valley.

“The Great and the Least; The Rich and the Poor; The Weak and the Strong; In Sickness and in Health; In Joy and in Sorrow, in tragedy and triumph, you are All My Children…”


Chris Hubbell, Charles Frank, John Danelle, Ray MacDonnell, Hugh Franklin, Peter White, William Mooney, Lawrence Keith, Susan Blanchard, Susan Lucci, Ruth Warrick, Judith Barcroft, Francesca james, Eileen Letchworth, Nicholas Benedict, Mary Fickett, Kay Campbell, and Frances Heflin  – (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images)


Fast forward to April 2013, and here is the beautiful new cast photo!


AMC New Cast Photo (March 2013)
Top row (L-R) – Heather Roop, Jordi Vilasuso, Darnell Williams, Eric Nelsen, Cady McClain, Vincent Irizarry, Denyse Tontz, Sal Stowers, Robert Scott Wilson, Jordan Lane Price
Middle row (L-R) – Ray MacDonnell, Francesca James, Debbi Morgan, Jill Larson, David Canary, Ryan Bittle
Bottom row (L-R) – Lindsay Hartley, Julia Barr, Eden Riegel
Photo Credit: Chapman Baehler; Styling Credit: George Kotsiopoulos






Hope this guide was helpful to you as we await the premiere! We compiled a few of the most frequently asked questions we’ve received. If you have any question that hasn’t been answered here, please forward them to  You can also use the form at the bottom of this page.


Where can you find the official AMC social media links?  Well, look no further!  Here’s a comprehensive list:

All My Children Facebook

All My Children Twitter

All My Children Instagram

The Online Network Twitter

The Online Network YouTube

The Online Network (Extras) YouTube

Soaps on Hulu Twitter


One Life to Life Facebook

One Life to Live Twitter



Can I Meet the “All My Children” Actors?


You will be happy to hear, the answer is a resounding YES! Various event organizers put together different fan meet & greets around the country, so keep your eyes and ears peeled for information, which is generally posted via the official actor websites, Facebook, and Twitter.  For fans of our Vincent Irizarry, you can either check out the “News” page & the “Events Calendar” right here on this website.  Or you can visit the Events section on Vincent’s official Facebook page.


One event series we’d like to generally highlight is the “Tribute to Pine Valley” events produced by Celebrity Events Group. These events feature a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a live Q&A style show, along with an intimate post-show autograph & photo session!  There are many events coming up in Florida, Tennessee, and Ohio — with more cities to be announced soon.  Check out this cool promo clip to see what this event is all about!  Be sure to click on the little “HD” icon in the bottom-right corner.


Can I Write to the “All My Children” Actors?


Prospect Park has announced an address where you can write to your favorite AMC actors! Feel free to drop them a line to let them know your thoughts & what you are enjoying most about the show. They’d love to hear from you!

P.O. BOX 110236

Additionally, Prospect Park is soliciting fan questions for the live weekly Friday recap shows, which will debut beginning Friday, May 3, 2013.  If you have a question for any AMC cast member, submit them to this e-mail address:  For comments specific to the Season 1 finale, send your messages to


Hulu 101 – Made Super Easy


I cried laughing watching this, so I somehow had to include this wonderful video clip by Cady McClain as part of this page!  At the heart of it all, it’s really this simple. As “Suzy Homemaker” says… “Don’t stress yourself…”



It’s hard to break free of the notion that seeing the show by network television is somehow “better” — but having shows stream to virtually any device on YOUR personal timetable will prove to be convenient, preferable, and liberating. Technology is fast blurring the lines of what we’ve traditionally become accustomed to.
I recently watched all 3 seasons of the PBS show, Downton Abbey, via my online AMAZON PRIME account as it streamed to my TELEVISION via my Roku media box. Since I bought a season pass, I was able to watch ALL of Season 3 in one sitting! The rest of the viewers who were still watching it via the PBS channel had to wait week-by-week for each episode. I also enjoyed watching it in HD, which was not available on PBS. :)

Hulu Plus – Why Are There Ads?


I’m paying for my Hulu Plus subscription, why do I still have to watch ads?  In order to keep the subscription price at $7.99 (which is much lower than most similar subscription services), Hulu Plus runs limited advertisements during some of the shows.  There are a few shows (educational children’s programming, PBS series, etc.) that may run ad-free.

The number of ads via Hulu Plus is a lot less than watching on-air television.  While watching Hulu Plus shows on a desktop computer, viewers are given a choice to watch different ads.  You can also tailor the ads to your preferences in your Profile Settings.

Hulu Plus – Why Isn’t It Available in Canada?


Due to the complexity of international digital rights laws, Hulu and Hulu Plus are not available outside the United States and Japan.  To read a concise and informative article that explains why in layman’s terms, click on this link: Why Canadians Can’t Watch TV Shows on Hulu.

There are various links circulating on the internet which explain available methods to circumvent this viewing restriction.  Since Hulu does not have the legal right to broadcast its shows outside the U.S. and Japan, using other means to circumvent the Hulu restrictions are not legal.

Although previously announced that FX Canada would be the exclusive Canadian television broadcast home of both “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” — that has now changed due to the reduced airing schedule recently implemented by TOLN/Prospect Park. FX Canada’s parent company, Rogers Media, released a statement advising that FX Canada will no longer be airing both shows as of May 20, 2013. Instead, Canadian viewers will be able to see both shows by purchasing episodes on iTunes Canada.


What About My Other Favorite Actors?


If you’re lamenting, “My favorite AMC actor isn’t on the show!” and wondering why, we’ve collected links to a few posts and statements issued by the actors themselves. Hopefully with a little faith & patience, things will work out for more actors to join the show!

Michael E. Knight on Joining the AMC Reboot  (Soap Opera Digest)

Michael E. Knight Chats on His Decision  (Michael Fairman Soaps)

Jacob Young Speaks on His Status With B&B  (Michael Fairman Soaps)

Susan Lucci on ‘The View’ Addresses Possibility of Joining AMC 2.0  (Via Michael Fairman Soaps)

Alicia Minshew – More to Follow After One-Episode Cameo?  (TV Line via Michael Fairman Soaps)

Walt Willey Facebook Post  (Official Walt Willey Facebook Profile)

Who is Prospect Park?


Prospect Park is a media and production company founded in 2009 by entertainment industry veterans Jeffrey Kwatinetz and former Disney Studios head Rich Frank. Along with successful film and music divisions, the company’s television group has numerous shows in development and breakout network hits, including “Royal Pains” and “Wilfred.”

On July 7, 2011, ABC sold the licensing rights of All My Children to third-party production company, Prospect Park,with the show set to continue on the internet as a series of webisodes. The show taped its final scenes for ABC on August 30, 2011, and its last episode on the network aired on September 23, 2011 with a cliffhanger. Prospect Park had suspended its plan to revive the series in November 2011 due to lack of funding and unsuccessful negotiation with the union organizations representing the actors and crews. On January 7, 2013, Prospect Park officially brought back its project to restore All My Children as a web series. The relaunched series will premiere on Monday, April 29, 2013.

Prospect Park stated, “We thank the fans whose tenaciousness to see these shows return made this historical moment possible. We are determined to repay their support by delivering new and creatively groundbreaking episodes that both the fans, as well as legions of new viewers, will love. These viewers will absolutely embrace the flexibility HULU and iTunes provide to watch their shows anywhere, anytime,” said Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank, Prospect Park’s Partners. The response and camaraderie of our cast and crew has been inspiring as we have all banded together to succeed in our mission; unencumbered by the creative constraints of traditional broadcast television, to deliver storylines, style and characters that are stronger, with more dimension than ever. Now with our launch date set in stone, we are ready to lead this historic return. To the fans we proclaim, your support counts now more than ever.”

Sign up for Prospect Park’s e-mail updates using their mailing list form on their official website “The Online Network” (TOLN).

Why isn’t “All My Children” on ABC Television or SOAPNet?


On April 14, 2011, ABC Daytime announced that All My Children would be canceled after 41 years on the air.  On July 7, 2011, ABC sold the licensing rights of All My Children to third-party production company, Prospect Park, with the show set to continue on the internet as a series of webisodes.  The show taped its final scenes for ABC on August 30, 2011, and its last episode on the ABC Daytime network aired on September 23, 2011 with a cliffhanger.

All My Children will not be picked up by SOAPNet, as it is a channel owned and operated by the Disney-ABC Television Group, who is the entity that cancelled All My Children in 2011.

SOAPnet is an American cable television channel that broadcasts current and past soap operas and prime time dramas. The channel launched on January 20, 2000, and is owned by Disney-ABC Television Group, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. SOAPnet was discontinued on some cable and satellite providers beginning on March 22, 2012, with Disney Junior replacing it in its channel space. SOAPnet continues, however, for providers who have not yet made carriage agreements for Disney Junior (e.g. Dish Network) and for those providers who have kept Soapnet in their lineup and have taken on Disney Junior as an additional channel (e.g. DirecTV, etc). It is unclear when or if SOAPnet will entirely cease operations on all cable and satellite providers.




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