STAMFORD, Conn. -- When viewers last saw "All My Children" in September 2011, a shot had rung out in a mansion in Pine Valley. Filming has now begun in Stamford for viewers to find out what happened next.
"All My Children," which ended its television run after 41 years, began filming in the local studios late last month. "One Life To Live," which ended its run 43-year run in January 2012, will begin filming next week for its return as well.
Where will fans be able to tune in? Prospect Park’s The Online Network has announced that the old ABC soap operas will return to the web with original episodes on Monday, April 29. Prospect will stream new 30-minute episodes of the serials weekdays via Hulu and to Hulu Plus subscribers watching on connected TVs, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. ITunes will also offer both series.
Among the actors returning to "All My Children" is David Canary of Wilton, a five-time Daytime Emmy winner, as Adam Chandler. But will Adam's identical twin brother Stuart be back? Viewers thought he had been murdered (by his brother?), but the shot rang out a party celebrating Stuart's resurrection.
There's also no word yet on the return of Susan Lucci, better known as Erica Kane, who was dumped by husband No. 10 in the final episode.