‘One Life to Live’ Casting Sessions Underway

So far The OnLine Network has secured your following favorites to reprise their roles on OLTL.

Robert S. Woods (Bo)
Erika Slezak (Viki)
Jerry verDorn (Clint)
Robin Strasser (Dorian)
Tuc Watkins (David)
Kassie DePaiva (Blair)
Florencia Lozano (Téa)
Melissa Archer (Natalie)
Hillary B. Smith (Nora)
Kelly Missal (Danielle)
Josh Kelly (Cutter)
Andrew Trischitta (Jack)

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Prospect Park Announces Landmark Digital Distribution






All My Children” and “One Life to Live” Set to Premiere Digitally on Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes  Agreement to Bring First-Run, Broadcast-Quality Episodes of Wildly Popular Shows Directly to Fans on Demand Company also Closes Financing with ABRY Partners

Los Angeles, CA and New York, NY – January 25, 2013 – In a groundbreaking move that brings premium first-run, broadcast-quality programming to a mass-market audience via the internet, Prospect Park’s (TOLN) announced today that the Company has reached an agreement with Hulu and the iTunes Store to distribute all-new episodes of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live.” Through the Hulu distribution agreement, the hugely popular daily dramas will reach tens of millions of fans via the free Hulu.com service, as well as millions of Hulu Plus subscribers watching on connected TVs, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. iTunes customers can enjoy viewing on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV and their Mac or PC. The announcement was made today by Prospect Park Chairman and CEO, Jeff Kwatinetz.

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Hub Exclusive Rights to Online Episodes of ‘OLTL’

Prospect Park Deal With Hulu Gives The Green Internet Hub Exclusive Rights to Online Episodes of ‘AMC’ and ‘OLTL’

Earlier today we reported on word that would not be airing online episodes of “” and “” on /, as had originally been expected, following today’s announcement by the company that Hulu, the green internet hub owned by , and , had acquired digital distribution rights to both series via Hulu’s subscription and free-to-view platforms. In a posting on its Tumblr page, Hulu clarified that news report.

Per the agreement, Hulu will manage the advertising sales for both shows, and package integrated sponsorship opportunities. TOLN will also offer ecommerce and other digital marketing programs to brands and entities looking to tap into Hulu’s mass market demographic. Additionally, Hulu will promote both series across its subscription and free-to-view platforms.

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Manhattan Repertory Theatre presents

A new play by David A.Gregory
Starring Barret Helmes                                                                

Opening November 7th – November 11th
Email for tickets: mrtreserve@gmail.com

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Lea Delaria returns to SF with one-woman show

The last time Lea Delaria played San Francisco, she was a princess on a pea. That was seven years ago when the celebrated comic, Broadway performer and jazz singer starred in 42nd Street Moon’s “Once Upon a Mattress.”

Since then, Delaria, 53, has been busy recording albums – her latest is the cool and swingin’ “The Live Smoke Sessions” – performing her stand-up act and playing a man and a woman on the now-canceled soap opera “One Life to Live.”

But the former San Francisco resident is returning to the city where she got her start as a comic in the early ’80s. She’s bringing her latest one-woman show, “The Last Butch Standing,” to the Victoria Theatre for Theatre Rhinoceros’ annual New Year’s Eve Spectacular.

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Very Sad News For The Soap World Today!

I am very sad to have to share with you the email I received from Prospect Park today.

After five months of negotiations with various guilds, hundreds of presentations to potential financial and technology partners, and a hope that we could pioneer a new network for the future, it is with great disappointment that we are suspending our aspirations to revive “One Life to Live” and “All My Children” via online distribution.  It is now becoming clear that mounting issues make our ability to meet our deadlines to get OLTL on the air in a reasonable time period following its January 13, 2012 ABC finale impossible.

We believed the timing was right to launch an Online TV Network anchored by these two iconic soap operas, but we always knew it would be an uphill battle to create something historical, and unfortunately we couldn’t ultimately secure the backing and clear all the hurdles in time.  We believe we exhausted all reasonable options apparent to us, but despite enormous personal, as well as financial cost to ourselves, we failed to find a solution.

While we narrowed in on a financial infrastructure, the contractual demands of the guilds, which regulate our industry, coupled with the program’s inherent economic challenges ultimately led to this final decision. In the end, the constraints of the current marketplace, including the evolution and impact of new media on our industry simply proved too great a match for even our passion.

In our opinion, new models like this can only work with the cooperation of many people striving to make them happen, and we would like to thank and praise the numerous people who tried to help and showed us incredible support.  We are extremely grateful to the fans and media who showed great support to us through this process, to ABC who did everything in their control to help, and we are especially grateful for the support and encouragement from many of the Soaps’ cast and crew themselves.

We hope that our efforts are not lost, and that we somehow created a dialogue and movement on the feasibility of first run, network quality content online.

Of special note, we would like to thank Frank Valentini (Executive Producer), Ron Carlivati (Head Writer of OLTL), Agnes Nixon, many of the cast of OLTL including Michael Easton, Ted King, Kelley Missal, Melissa Archer, and of course Erika Slezak all of whom signed on quickly and did all they could to help, as well as our own Christine Sacani.  Cameron Mathison and Lindsay Hartley also get our sincerest thanks for their support.  We feel terrible we couldn’t come through for them and we were very much looking forward to working together.

With appreciation,

Rich Frank

Jeffrey Kwatinetz

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Van Hughes replaces Brandon Buddy as Cole Thornhart






The character of Cole Thornhart will be returning — but he will not be played by Brandon Buddy. Buddy taped one day’s worth of scenes, which will be reshot. The role was abruptly recast with Broadway actor Van Hughes. He played the recurring role of Gil on “As the World Turns” in 2006 and appeared in the September 23, 2010 episode of OLTL as Ulrich Simon, a snooty art student. The show did not give a explanation for the change, but  a source told Daytime Confidential, “The show is just sick about having to recast. They really wanted to give Kristen and Brandon’s fans a satisfying end to their story.”

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Chrystal Chappell spotted at the One Life To Live Studios

Crystal Chappell (ex-all soaps) was a surprise guest at the ONE LIFE TO LIVE studio during the all-day press event Tuesday, November 8.  One would think this meant she would be one of those surprise guest to Llanview.  Not gonna happen folks,  she was just visiting good friend  Hillary B. Smith and her VENICE co-star. Chappell was in New York for a few days and was sharing Smith’s Manhattan hotel room for some much-needed girl time.

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The ‘One Life To Live’ Cocktail

How fun is this?  Ever had one of those days when you felt you need just “One Life To Live?”  Well if you do, and  live in the area of this establishment stop in and enjoy. If you do not below is the recipe!
Huckleberry Bar


One Life to Live

1 1/2 oz Mezcal – Del Maguey Vida
1/2 oz Bonal – Gentiare-Quinoa
dash Demerera Syrup
1/2 dropper black pepper tincture
2 dashes orange bitters
2 dashes Angostura bitters
Orange peel
Lemon peel


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Keeping up with Nathan Fillion

Los Angeles Times recently ran this wonderful piece on Nathan.

If you settle for 20th century definitions, Nathan Fillion is a prime-time television star – after all, his Monday night series “Castle” is cruising through its fourth sly season on ABC with more than 13 million viewers a week. But in this pop-culture era of digital tribes it’s really not fair to limit his

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Kassie DePaiva’s wish for Todd/Blair

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As One Life to Live enters its final weeks of production of episodes to air on ABC, series vet Kassie DePaiva has a firm opinion on how she’d like Blair’s love life to shape up before the sudser migrates online.

After relating how “so excited” she was when OLTL lured back Roger Howarth


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Prospect Park ~ One Life To Live

As of today’s date the following actors have agreed to sign on with the show as it makes it’s launch online. Things are looking good at this point ~ lets hope all the other elements fall into place soon~ as in very soon because the ABC version as we know finishes taping for ABC next week.

Official Statement: “Pending a final agreement with AFTRA, Prospect Park has confirmed that One Life to Live cast members Ted King (Tomas Delgado), Michael Easton (John McBain), Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) and star of stars Erika Slezak who plays Lord family matriarch Victoria Lord, have agreed to deals to join the company’s new production of One Life to Live.

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Agnes Nixon to Guest Star on One Life To Live

First reported by TV Guide Online

Love it! TV Guide Magazine has learned that the legendary soap scribe Agnes Nixon will make an appearance on One Life to Live before the show ends its run on ABC — and her role is a hoot! Nixon, who created OLTL back in 1968, will play Agnes Dixon, creator of the show’s soap within a soap, Fraternity Row. Nixon will shoot her scenes November 17 and hit the air the week of January 9.

Go to TV Guide for the full details.

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Trevor St John interview on Michael Fairman Online

Just in case you may have missed this wonderful interview with the very much missed Trevor St John ~ take a moment to go check it out now.

The Trevor St. John Interview – In The Family and One Life to Live

Many daytime fans have been missing the talents of the Trevor St. John from their television screens, where for an amazing eight-year run on One Life to Live he played the role of Todd Manning in a performance that broke the mold in the soap genre. As many know in his last month of the show it was revealed Trevor’s Todd was really Todd’s twin, Victor Jr., and the character was subsequently murdered.  That story is still playing out and resonating on One Life today with many repercussions ahead.

For the interview click HERE

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Did you remember to ‘Fall Back?’

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Reminder from Florencia

Photo ABC

Just a reminder, folks…my new play:
(A Comedy About Loneliness. And Friendship.)
Will be read as part of LAByrinth theatre company’s Barn series on
Sunday November 6th and Moonday November 7
Both readings are at 8pm at 155 Bank Street.
No reservations required.
Free. Just show up.

Thank you for your time,

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Trevor St John News!


Upcoming screenings:
New York – opens Friday, November 4, 2011
Quad Cinema, 34 West 13th Street
Call 777-FILM #636

Additional screenings will be announced in the next few weeks.

Visit the official website of the movie at: http://www.inthefamilythemovie.com/

There are also a lot of rumors circulating around the internet right now that Trevor is going with Prospect Park and/or that he’s joining The Bold and The Beautiful, but these are just rumors.  Your love, support and interest continues to amaze him, and he is incredibly appreciative of all you continue to do on his behalf.  We will get you the information immediate when he lands his role!

New interview with Trevor @ Michael Fairman Online.

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Bree Williamson’s New Role!

Photo Thomas Montalto

Bree Williamson and her husband Michael are taking on a new project!  They are going to be working on a film together, with Bree taking on the role of Executive Producer!!  This is just another facet of this talented duo!  We’ll keep you in the loop as the project comes together and hope you’ll want to participate by sending your donations, love and support for this project.  As soon as the website and information is confirmed, we’ll get it out to you.  In the meantime, get ready cus this is going to be a lot of work, but a lot of fun, with photos and other items made available to you through the site that will not be available anywhere else.

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Reserved For Rondee

Tom Degnan, Billy Magnessen and their band Reserved For Rondee will be a part of the 2011 ING NYC Marathon!  They will be playing in McCarren Park from 12:30 – 1:45 p.m.  A special stage at Columbus Circle sponsored by United Airlines will provide inspiration for the final two-tenths of a mile, and there will be live entertainment at the finish line.  It’s fun and it’s free, so make your plans now to be a part of the fun!

You can follow the band on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/Reserved4Rondee

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