ABC's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" Will Continue Online

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ABC has licensed the long-running daytime dramas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" to media company Prospect Park, in a multi-year deal allowing the stories to continue beyond their television cancellations, according to the Associated Press.

Prospect Park will produce and deliver the programs via online formats and other platforms including internet-enabled television sets. Details have not yet been announced as to whether or not current cast members of the daytime dramas will return. "All My Children" will end its run Sept. 23 and "One Life to Live" will continue through January 2012. Both have featured numerous theatre actors over the years.

As previously announced, both programs will be replaced by talk shows.

"All My Children" will be succeeded by "The Chew," which will feature Food Network's Mario Batali. Replacing "One Life to Live" will be "The Revolution," which is described as a "one-stop shop for better living." The program, which will focus on women's weight-loss efforts, will feature Tim Gunn (Bravo's "Project Runway"), former "American Idol" finalist Kimberley Locke and celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak.

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