"I don't know what to say," Willey said. "We hear about this Prospect Park is paying the licensing for this and plan to continue it on the internet. On the one hand, Kevin Spacey is now doing a series for Netflix on the internet so clearly it's the wave of the future. On the other hand, none of us have really been spoken to about how it's going to continue. We haven't been spoken to about salaries or benefits or unions or anything like that."
"I'm pleased as punch that there might be a way to continue the show with or without me," he continued.
Willey also had high praise for ALL MY CHILDREN fans.
"All these people who are so loyal and have worked so hard to make their desires known. They are the most wonderful fans any group of people could ever have," he said. "I hope for their sake mostly that there is a continuance of this, that they have this continuity in their life because it runs through families, generations. It's very important. I hope for the best outcome. I just don't don't have anything factual that I can say."
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