Prospect Park's ALL MY CHILDREN has premiered online at and iTunes! Watch the first episode below:

Watch ONE LIFE TO LIVE here.

How To View:
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Hulu Plus is $7.99 a month which will allow you to watch any episode anytime from any and all mobile and streaming devices such as iPhone, iPad, Other smart phones, Roku box, Apple TV, Etc

Each episode on iTunes is $.99 which allows you to download on to any computer or device

Multi Pass on iTunes is $9.99 a month which allows you to download all episodes that air that month on all devices

Unless you live in Canada where you will be able to watch on FX Canada, ALL MY CHILDREN is at 12 p.m. and ONE LIFE TO LIVE at 12.30 p.m.

ALL MY CHILDREN cast members include:
Julia Barr as Brooke English
Ryan Bittle as JR Chandler
David Canary as Adam Chandler
Lindsay Hartley as Cara Martin
Vincent Irizarry as Dr. David Hayward
Francesca James as Evelyn Johnson
Thorsten Kaye as Zach Slater
Jordan Lane Price as Celia Fitzgerald
Jill Larson as Opal Cortlandt
Ray MacDonnell as Dr. Joe Martin
Cady McClain as Dixie Cooney
Debbi Morgan as Dr. Angela Hubbard
Eric Nelsen as AJ Chandler
Eden Riegel as Bianca Montgomery
Heather Roop as Jane McIntyre
Sal Stowers as Cassandra Foster
Denyse Tontz as Miranda Montgomery
Jordi Vilasuso as Griffin Castillo
Darnell Williams as Jesse Hubbard
Robert (Rob) Scott Wilson as Pete “Petey” Cortlandt

- How To Watch Free Episodes of ALL MY CHILDREN & ONE LIFE TO LIVE
- ALL MY CHILDREN Day-By-Day Preview For First Three Weeks [SPOILER ALERT]


  1. That theme song gets stuck in my head every time I hear it.

  2. I didn't find much to like in the new AMC. The younger actors were very amateur and too much of the action was set around Pete Cortlandt, who's basically an entirely new character compared to the last version. The writers and directors need to economize the action more in this 26 minute format and keep things moving.

  3. Such a treat! I'm so thrilled to have AMC back as part of my week-daily schedule! And I'm with you, Roger -- I woke up nonstop throughout my Sunday night and kept glancing at the clock until I couldn't stand it a second longer! Loved seeing Brooke and Adam! And Opal, Angie & Jessie, et al -- I'm looking forward to getting to know all the new faces.

  4. Gregory, I did the same thing. By 4:45 I decided it was time to just get up. But it was worth losing sleep!

  5. I loved loved LOVED the use of exterior/outdoor scenes. A great way to show that Pine Valley is a small town and helps establish the characters and situations to be believable and "real." Great work by director Chris Goutman.

  6. Great first episode. Now, that's exactly what I imaged Pine Valley to look like exterior and interior wise! When Pete Cortlandt drove those roads, that is what the suburbs of Philadelphia, what parts of the Main Line actually look quite similar to. Where Pine Valley is based according to Agnes Nixon. Miranda and AJ look exactly as I'd imagine them, and Miranda looks a bit like a very young Eden Riegel might look. I just wish the show was a bit longer, but I can't have everything. Also, why not put the actor's names instead of characters in the opening?

  7. I'm so glad AMC is back,how the hell did Cara frame David.Everybody kept talking about that night. Who all got killed. And where the hell is my beloved Kendall!

  8. I was disappointed with the show and all of the newbies. I watched AMC for 20 years and as someone said on a Facebook post - "This didn't feel like All My Children." Obviously, it's the first day of the show in a new medium but I had only watched OLTL for 1 1/2 years due to the cancellation of ATWT. I also saw OLTL first episode online and it was much better. So, it wasn't that it was online that made any difference. It's how it is written and produced - look at the shambles ATWT and GL became at the their ends. Speaking of - would LOVE to have them back online. But, as I said earlier, will still watch AMC for now but there needs to be more integration of the regular characters in better plots.

  9. Great Show, But Lose That Super-Heavy New England Accent, Petey--Please!

    Brian :-)