Daytime television is well known for its soap operas. These shows air almost daily and typically focus on the events in the lives of a specific group of characters. Not only are they very focused on specific characters they are also usually set in a specific town or location. Basically, the typical daytime soap opera is overly dramatic and focuses on the emotions of the characters. Some soap operas have endured for over twenty years while others are more popular after cancellation. Some even become trendsetters.
Veteran All My Children star Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt) and Daytime newcomer Rob Wilson (Pete Cortlandt) sit down to chat about the revamped “All My Children” and life for Daytime Soaps in the digital world.
In less than two weeks, The Online Network will learn if their investment in creating new episodes of One Life to Live and All My Children is a good one. After checking out the preview of One Life to Live, above, follow the jump to the preview of all My children following the jump.
The Online Network has announced a premiere date for the next incarnation of its two beloved soap operas, All My children and One Life to Live – April 29, 2013. The soaps will be free on Hulu, and will be available on iTunes and to subscribers of Hulu Plus.