Sunday, September 11, 2011

PREVIEW: TV Guide Network Paying Tribute To ALL MY CHILDREN With 1-Hour Special On Sept. 11

TV Guide Network will honor ALL MY CHILDREN with a one-hour special on Sunday, September 11 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.

The one-hour special pays tribute to the show which is leaving network television after 41 years.

Hosted by AMC’s Cameron Mathison, the special features interviews with famous alums Josh Duhamel, Kim Delaney and Eva LaRue and long-time Pine Valley residents Susan Lucci, Michael E. Knight, Rebecca Budig and Debbie Morgan and looks back at the drama, romances and catfights that captivated daytime fans throughout the years. Plus, viewers relive the moments when famous faces such as Oprah, Carol Burnett and Rosie O'Donnell stopped by the fictitious suburb.

In the clip below, Cameron Mathison visits Eva LaRue when she returned to the set who gets emotional looking back at her time on the long running soap and discusses the cry-off contest she has with co-stars Sarah Michelle Gellar and Kelly Ripa.

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1 comment:

  1. Is it just me? I felt like this was more a tribute to the stars who've been on the show than the show itself. Not that I didn't enjoy seeing the interviews, but why is everyone doing such short tributes? I cannot believe there are only 10 broadcast episodes left and am waiting with baited breath to see what happens with the online version.