Prospect Park Networks vs ABC - Case Dismissed! (Updated)

The case of Prospect Park Networks LLC vs American Broadcasting Company has been dismissed, per the latest status available on the Los Angeles Court website (lacourt.org). According to the online records, the case was "dismissed" on Thursday, December 1. The details are still unknown at this point.

The Court set an order on October 5 for Prospect Park to show cause or have the case dismissed on December 1. The October hearing focused on Prospect Park's Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, and its impact on the case.

What does the dismissal mean for the future of All My Children and One Life to Live, the longtime ABC daytime soap operas that were brought back online after being licensed by Prospect Park? Stay tuned.

UPDATE:
With the dismissal, the rights to All My Children and One Life to Live have reverted back to ABC. SoapCentral.com obtained an official comment from Susan Klein, an attorney with the firm who represented ABC in the lawsuit, who said, “I can confirm that Prospect Park’s lawsuit was dismissed yesterday and ABC regained the rights to those shows.”

RELATED:
- LAW SUIT: A View Through the Looking Glass at the Prospect Park vs. ABC Lawsuit
- TIMELINE: The Rise and Fall of Prospect Park, or, The Martyrdom of ALL MY CHILDREN & ONE LIFE TO LIVE


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