Walt Willey continued his Zanies promotional tour around Chicago with an appearance on WGN today. He offered another tidbit on what's happening with Prospect Park.
"ALL MY CHILDREN goes off the air on September 23rd on broadcast television but moving on with a company called Prospect Park, moving to the internet and then hopefully to a cable channel," Willey said. "The fans are dying to hear about that. We just got our proposal two nights ago so we're all looking at it now, but bunches of stuff for people to be brought up to date on."
- Walt Willey: "We haven't been spoken to about salaries or benefits or unions or anything like that"
- ABC Confirms AMC/OLTL Licensed to Prospect Park
- Prospect Park, ALL MY CHILDREN & ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Five Things Every Soap Fan Should Know about Daytime's New Powerhouse
- PRESS RELEASE: Prospect Park Names Technology Pioneer Stratton Sclavos as Partner & Member of Executive Team in Company's Online TV Venture
- Will ALL MY CHILDREN & ONE LIFE TO LIVE Air On Cable After The Web?
- Wall Street Journal: Deal Gives Prospect Park Exclusive Rights For More Than A Decade
- AMC and OLTL cast members meet with AFTRA on Prospect Park move
INTERVIEWS: AMC Cast Red Carpet Lynn Herring (Part 2) OLTL Stamford Robin Mattson Kristian Alfonso
CASTING NEWS: Darin Brooks joining B&B Michael Nader returns to AMC Hunter Tylo leaving B&B Samantha Logan joins GH
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Schedule change for ALL MY CHILDREN & ONE LIFE TO LIVE