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All My Children
Originally posted 11/24/2015 08:00PM
Television soap star David Canary has died, multiple reports confirm. He was 77.
Originally posted 10/21/2015 11:45AM
When Liza Huber was told her son Brendan had cerebral palsy in 2010, she says she "just froze."
"I broke down in tears," Huber tells PEOPLE. "I felt sadness that he would deal with cerebral palsy for the rest of his life, but I also felt gratitude that he could walk. Many others cannot."
Originally posted 10/21/2015 06:10PM
Back home in Garden City, New York, Brendan – the son of her daughter, Liza Huber and her husband Alex Hesterberg – had just been born nine weeks early, weighing just 4 lbs., 10 oz.
But Lucci, the star of All My Children (and more recently Devious Maids) and always a fan favorite, never revealed that her grandson was hooked up to a ventilator, unable to breathe on his own.
"It was always Liza's story to tell," says Lucci, 68. "This is her child, this is her little boy."
Originally posted 05/25/2014 10:40AM
Matthew Cowles, best known for his role on All My Children, has died. He was 69.
Originally posted 11/04/2013 09:30AM
In her latest blog, the Devious Maids actress shares how her family and friends finally got her out of her funk
Originally posted 05/10/2013 04:45PM
It was a PEOPLE magazine cover to honor Susan Lucci's first Emmy victory, and now it will join the permanent collection at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
On Thursday, Lucci was on hand in Washington, D.C., to officially sign over the pink satin dress and pink bejeweled Manolo Blahnik heels she wore for the June 7, 1999, issue celebrating her win after 19 consecutive nominations.
Also donated was an original copy of the magazine, and Lucci completed the offering with an autographed copy of an original All My Children script from when she played TV vixen Erica Kane.
Originally posted 09/23/2011 02:05PM
Erica Kane – and the rest of Pine Valley – have left the building.
The final episode of ABC's All My Children aired Friday, ending the soap opera's 41-year run.
How did everything wrap up? Keep reading to find out:
Originally posted 07/07/2011 03:50PM
After 40-year-plus runs on ABC, and the final episode of All My Children set to air Sept. 23 and of One Life to Live in January 2012, the popular soaps won't be saying goodbye, after all.
The shows are going online.
"We are privileged to continue the legacy of two of the greatest programs to air on daytime television, and are committed to delivering the storylines, characters and quality that audiences have come to love for over 40 years," the production company Prospect Park announced in a statement Thursday.
Once they hit the web, the soaps will continue to be delivered with the same quality and in the same format and length – though it has not been announced whether the current casts, such as Susan Lucci in All My Children, will continue in their roles.
– Caroline Slutsky
Originally posted 06/07/2011 08:20AM
Josh Duhamel will return to his soapy roots for a cameo on All My Children, the ABC daytime drama that helped launch his career, EW.com reports.
Before the show ends for good in September, the Transformers: Dark of the Moon actor has agreed to reprise his role of con man Leo du Pres – who was presumed dead in a waterfall accident, although his body was never found.
Duhamel, 38, won an Daytime Emmy for his AMC role in 2002.
Originally posted 04/15/2011 10:25AM
For Kelly Ripa, the cancelation of All My Children is like a death in the family.
"All My Children was more than a job," the actress said in a statement Thursday. "It was my family. It was there that I met my husband; it was there when my first two children were born; it was there where I met many of my life-long friends."
Continued Ripa: "It was the greatest training ground ever. I feel heart sick."
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