‘One Life To Live’ Fans Suffer Another Crushing Defeat, Production Halted, Again, While Legal Battle Continues, Highlight Hollywood News
“In the ultimate act of bad faith, ABC killed off two OLTL characters on loan to General Hospital by having their car forced off a cliff,” the complaint, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, states. Prospect Park is seeing more than $25 million in damages for breach of contract.
The first online season of OLTL – which kicked off in April — ended its run this week following its 40th episode. AMC, meanwhile, concluded with its first batch of web-based episodes after 43 installments. Writers on the latter soap are readying a second season. A formal renewal and return date for AMC have not yet been announced.
The OLTL pause marks the latest delay for the fan favorite. Production on both programs was suspended for two months following labor issues with IATSE. Meanwhile, the soaps recently concluded their monthlong trial run on OWN.
Prospect Park and ABC declined comment.