On this birthday of All My Children the best gift was the thousands of messages expressing your love of All My Children and One Life to Live and your joy that they are returning.
I’m deeply touched and pledge to do everything in our power to make the shows live up to your expectations. Thank you!
“We of the One Life to Live and All My Children families are thrilled to bring our beloved viewers new, ongoing stories from Llanview and Pine Valley.
I’m overjoyed that so many actors you love have voiced their desire to bring their characters back to life.
I’m especially grateful to Prospect Park for deploying the power of you, our fans, to enable this exciting transition to dramatic production for the Internet. It’s a historic moment, comparable to how life was changed when television took over for radio.
We hope this wonderful opportunity will be embraced by all as our creative teams gear up to bring our beloved serials back to our daily lives.”
January 4, 2013
What do you think of AMC big move to Ca.? I am afraid of losing Susan Lucci and all the other’s like Adam, Joe Martin etc..etc. who have been with the Show from the start won’t want to make such a big move. What is going to happen to our Show? Dawn
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Hello Agnes – Love your new website and blog! The photos and videos bring back a lot of fine memories of days gone by. I wish AMC was still the powerhouse show it used to be back in the day, but I am quite worried that the move to LA will only serve to hasten its demise, given the current state AMC is in. IMHO, TPTB on AMC need to bring Cady McClain’s Dixie back alive to Michael E. Knight’s Tad asap. At the very least they need to drop a major hint before the move west that their reunion IS definitely in the works and then follow through with it, if they want to motivate AMC’s many veteran fans to follow the show through its transition and beyond. Veteran fans need and/or want tangible ‘hope’ of being able to watch Tad with the love of his life Dixie ‘together forever’ again onscreen to keep them vested in AMC through and beyond the move. Please, put a good word in for finally reuniting AMC’s best ever supercouple. IMHO, it is the ONLY way the show will survive the move to LA. Thank you for almost 40 years of AMC, especially the many ‘warm fuzzy’ moments that felt like home. Love in the afternoon was great while it lasted, and could be again if you can get TPTB on AMC to wise up and bring Cady’s Dixie back alive to MEK’s Tad. I hope you agree with me that it would be the perfect way to kick off AMC’s 40th Anniversary. Thank you for listening and caring all these years. Susan
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We are delighted to have you visit us. Agnes Nixon is the celebrated creator, writer and packager of daytime dramas. She is a pioneer in the genre and forever changed the face of television by creating a mosaic of ethnic and religious characters, infusing humor, and tackling potent social issues such as abortion and AIDS when no one else on television dared. Among the more memorable characters she has created are two of the genre’s best-known and loved, Erica Kane of “All My Children” and Victoria Lord Buchanan of “One Life to Live”. Among the other shows she has also created are “Loving” and “The City”. She is a story consultant to ABC Daytime.