Production Company Prospect Park Sues ABC for ‘Sabotaging’ New ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’
It’s a plot twist that seems ripped from the daytime soaps involved, Eleven days before the debut of the new on-line versions of All My Children and One Life to Live, production company Prospect Park, which licensed the shows from ABC, is suing the network. According to Deadline, Prospect Park claims that ABC has broken the licensing agreement and is attempting to sabotage the new shows. The two companies have been in dispute over three characters that crossed over from One Life to Live to General Hospital. The actors who play them are contracted to ABC, while their characters are licensed to Prospect Park. After temporarily writing off the actors, ABC opted to create new roles on General Hospital for them. More details as they become available.