In a new interview with TVGuide.com, ALL MY CHILDREN's Susan Lucci, Michael E. Knight, Cameron Mathison and Rebecca Budig — along with executive producer Julie Hanan Carruthers and series creator Agnes Nixon talk about the last few months building and taking down Pine Valley, the challenge of ending decades' worth of story, and what the future online holds.
Knight thinks it would be hard to continue the character of Tad online saying, "My character has been so marginalized over the years, I just don't see how he can carry forward with any relevance because it doesn't make sense."
"I'm not saying it's not possible," he added, "because Agnes is a miracle worker, but I would be surprised. I think she's seen real idiots come in and mess with her legacy and I think she's passionate about it. She could shake things up. You never know."
As far as the ending of the show, Nixon says, "The cliff-hangers are true to what I feel has been part of the character of All My Children in that they're all related solely to characters and personal emotions."
Read the entire fascinating interview here.
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