The canceled ABC soap was scheduled to move to its new web home, The Online Network, this January with sister show 'One Life to Live.'
According to Variety, sources close to the situation indicate 'One Life to Live' is still on track to move online following its January finale on ABC. Several cast members, including key players Erika Slezak and Kassie DePaiva, have signed to stick with 'One Life to Live.'
'All My Children' ended its ABC run on Sept. 23 after more than 40 years on the network. So far Lindsay Hartley and Cameron Mathison are the only confirmed cast members for 'All My Children.' Susan Lucci reportedly has turned down her offer from new production company Prospect Park. She can next be seen on 'Army Wives.'
ABC Soaps In Depth reports Prospect Park's negotiations with other actors have come to a halt. Additionally, Prospect Park has seen some trouble finding the money to finance the two soaps. Attempting to take two shows from TV to web, while retaining the same production values, is an enormous task.
A request for comment from Prospect Park was not immediately answered.
No premiere date for 'One Life to Live' has been set.
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