All My Children Cancelled 2011

April 21, 2011 by Post Team 

All My Children Cancelled 2011, Bad news for fans of “All My Children and One Life to Live: the rumors of cancellation of last month was true. According to Deadline Hollywood,” All My Children will air its last episode of this September after 41 years in the air, and One Life to Live ending in January after 43 years. This means that the soap opera General Hospital will be the only one left in the ABC (and I bet it will not take long for that one, too).

Instead of AMC and OLTL, ABC broadcast two new shows: Chew – a live show on the food world. Host: Mario Batali (Iron Chef America), Clinton Kelly (TLC What not to Wear), Carla Hall (Top Chef Bravo), Michael Symon (Iron Chef America), and nutrition expert Daphne Oz.

The revolution – a program on the transformation of health and lifestyle, participation of women and their weight loss journeys. Stars include Project Runway fashion guru Tim Gunn, celebrity personal trainer Harley Pasternak and former American Idol contestant Kimberley Locke.

ABC Daytime President Brian Frons said the following to say about the cancellation: “While we are excited about our new shows the change in our business, I can not recognize the change is bittersweet,” he said. “We are taking this bold step to expand our business because the viewers are looking for different types of programming these days.. We are saying that there is room for real news shows, and fun to be relatable, offer a wide range of opinions and meal approach to bring “real life” Of course, it all comes down to money: these news programs provide opportunities for “auxiliary enterprises and growth” and cost much less to make soaps do.

Susan Lucci responded to the news on Twitter: “I am saddened that all my children were canceled. I wanted to play Erica Kane and work with Agnes Nixon & the amazing people at AMC.”

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