Prospect Park decreases number of new ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ shows per week

If you’re a fan of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” the number of shows you have to keep up with is about to drop.

Prospect Park, the company behind the two dramas, says it will decrease the number of new shows each week from four to two. The change begins Monday.

Read more about what I wrote here.

‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ debuts near

Seven days.

Llanview and Pine Valley come alive once again Monday as The OnLine Network rejuvenates two of America’s most iconic television dramas — “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.”

Surely, “Days of our Lives” fans can find time to tune into the reboot of these two shows, right?

Want to view them?

For more details, check out TOLN.

A Horton returns to ‘Days’

For at least a little bit, Dr. Laura Horton (played by Jaime Lyn Bauer) will return to Salem, Daytime Confidential reports.

‘Young and the Restless’ leaving SoapNet, will air on TVGN

And then there were two.

“The Young and the Restless” will leave ABC’s SOAPNet channel this summer, CBS announced Wednesday.

The top-rated daytime drama will begin airing on the TV Guide Network (yes, it’s still a thing).

“YR” had 500,000 viewers on SoapNet last week, according to Variety.

CBS announced last week it would buy 50 percent of TV Guide Network, sharing it with Lionsgate.

Leno confesses love for Sami Brady … or does he?

Jay Leno took a walk in Salem and ended up at the DiMera mansion where he confessed his love for Sami Brady.

What happens next in this shocking storyline plot twist? Check out the video.

‘Days’ stars Alison Sweeney, James Scott to appear to appear on ‘Tonight Show’

At least a piece of daytime is heading to primetime tonight.

“Days of our Lives” stars Alison Sweeney (Sami Brady) and James Scott (EJ DiMera) will appear tonight on NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Soap Opera Digest reports.

“The Tonight Show” airs at 11:35 p.m. on WPXI in Pittsburgh.

‘General Hospital’ turns 50

On the seventh floor of a busy eastern United States hospital in 1963 were Dr. Steve Hardy and his friend, nurse Jessie Brewer.

Fast forward 50 years and the town of Port Charles continues to entertain fans.

ABC’s “General Hospital” celebrates a grand milestone today as the daytime drama turns 50.

While it’s no secret I’m a “Days of our Lives” fan, it’s important to note that as daytime dramas remain an easy target for cancellation, fans need to celebrate other shows’ major achievements.

Like “Days of our Lives” on NBC, “General Hospital” is ABC’s lone daytime drama, and just a few years ago was all but canceled as Disney execs chopped its counterparts “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” (both dramas have been re-born and are set to begin airing again later this month online and on TV).

Watch the first scenes of “General Hospital.”

Here’s to a long life ahead for “General Hospital” and daytime dramas!

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