'One Life To Live' and 'All My Children' Recap First Three Weeks in Two Special Episodes Available for Free on Hulu.com and to Hulu Plus Subscribers

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May 22nd, 2013

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via press release:

One Life To Live’ AND ‘All My Children’ RECAP FIRST THREE WEEKS IN TWO SPECIAL EPISODES AVAILABLE FOR FREE ON HULU.COM AND TO HULU PLUS SUBSCRIBERS;

EPISODE ONE OF ‘One Life To Live’ AND EPISODE ONE OF ‘All My Children’ NOW AVAILABLE ON THE TOLN YOUTUBE CHANNEL

 

Los Angeles, May 22, 2013-- The Online Network (TOLN) has plans to catch all fans up on their favorite shows, “All My Children” and “One Life To Live.”  While brand new episodes of “All My Children" will post on Mondays and Wednesdays and new episodes of "One Life To Live," will post on Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning this week, the company said today that plans were in place to provide viewers with several opportunities to catch up on recent episodes of the series which made their historic online debut on April 29th. Newly-produced recaps bringing fans up to date on key storyline developments that took place during the first three weeks of episodes are now available on the free Hulu.com service and to subscribers of Hulu Plus:

"One Life To Live"
http://www.hulu.com/watch/493002

 

"All My Children"

http://www.hulu.com/watch/492952
In addition, fans can now enjoy the premiere episodes of both of the re-imagined dramas via The TOLN You Tube channel which can be accessed through YouTube:

"One Life To Live" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xV3zJK6XUI4&list=PLcDhCBuPQ5gmqD68SK34oRifphscMGNGH
"All My Children" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3JbJt0h28M&list=PLcDhCBuPQ5gmqD68SK34oRifphscMGNGH

Beginning Monday, May 20th, The Online Network’s popular anytime dramas, “All My Children” and “One Life To Live,” will post brand new 30 minute episodes (in HD where available) two times a week for free via The Online Network at TOLN.com, the free Hulu.com service and to subscribers of Hulu Plus, making these venerable dramas available in a new format that Suits the viewing habits of the digital generation. The iTunes Store offers both series via iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV and Mac or PC.  In addition, the original, behind- the-scenes series, “MORE All My Children” and “MORE One Life To Live,” will continue posting Fridays. In Canada, viewers can now access both shows via iTunes Canada.

About Prospect Park
Prospect Park is a media and production company founded in 2009 by entertainment industry veterans Jeffrey Kwatinetz and former Disney Studios head Rich Frank. Along with successful film and music divisions, the company’s television group has numerous shows in development and breakout network hits airing including “Royal Pains” and “Wilfred.”

More information about TOLN series is available at www.TOLN.com andwww.theonlinenetwork.com or follow The Online Network on Twitter (@toln ). For news and information about “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” connect via Facebook or follow the series on Twitter at www.facebook.com/allmychildren or @allmychildren and www.facebook.com/onelifetolive or @onelifetolive.

 
  • Doug

    Rumors are that they have not taped the amount of episodes that they had hoped to.

  • tv#1

    It is hard to get into a show through recaps. They are only really helpful if you have seen the show before and just need some reminder as to what is going on.

    I started watching One Life to Live for the first time the other night, and I think it is pretty good. But like I said above, the series recap did not do much to help me understand what the show is about. The only way to figure out what is really going on in the universe is by watching the show. And honestly I don’t know if new viewers really have the patience to get into these shows that have been on for years. There are of course some exceptions like myself, but I have a feeling most viewers will just write these two shows off.

    On the bright side for Hulu and Prospect Park there isn’t much going on in primetime over the next few weeks. So that could potentially encourage viewers, who are looking for something new to watch, to check out OLTL and AMC.

  • Bob

    I never watched All My Children or One Life to Live when it was on TV. I did watch the CBS shows. However, I decided to give both a try. I really like them a lot especially All My Children. However, I really wish they would stop with the language. I am NOT a prude and curse myself from time to time but I think they are overdoing it a bit.

  • Todd

    @Bob Their language reflects our every day lives. I use the F-word quite a bit, but they have not gone that far yet. It seems more realistic to me by loosening their vocabulary.

  • Rob R

    I was never a viewer of either show on ABC. But being a TV fan, I had general knowledge of who was who. And frankly, it was super easy to start enjoying OLTL. Almost everyone knows Tuc Watkins from playing one of the gay neighbors on Desperate Housewives. On OLTL, he is absolutely hilarious in his scenes with diva Robin Strasser. I think these reboots have a real chance of working out.

  • James

    Cool beans. So far I think the 2 a week is working out. Both shows have hit the top 5 this week on Hulu.

  • Pauly

    I love AMC. I have watched since it started in the 70′s. I don’t think 2 a week is enough. Could you pump it up a bit?

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