According to a new story from Meg James published in Tuesday's Los Angeles Times, Prospect Park is shelving ONE LIFE TO LIVE until the ABC lawsuit is resolved. The team will focus on producing ALL MY CHILDREN, which proved to be the more popular show online.
"It's been crazy," said Jeff Kwatinetz, chief executive of Prospect Park. "If I were able to turn back the hands of time, there would be lots of things that we would do differently."
He said that he is soldiering on and plans to ramp up production this month for a second season of ALL MY CHILDREN.
Speaking on behalf of fans, one industry expert applauded Prospect Park's efforts.
"We have never seen anything like this in the history of television — soap operas coming back from the dead," said Roger Newcomb, editorial director for the WeLoveSoaps website. "It was truly amazing what they were able to pull off. I just hope they come back."
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