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My Favorite Soaps are Back on Hulu

  One Life to Live

In a plot twist as good as fun as you’d find on a soap opera, Hulu is bringing two beloved soaps back to life! Fresh episodes of One Life to Live and All My Children will available on weekdays starting on April 29th– and their new home is Hulu!

All My Children

When these two best loved soaps went off the air I was crushed. And unlike a soap opera heroine… I’ve never recovered! One Life to Live and All My Children have been my constant companions since I discovered them (ahem) 27 years ago! The Lord, Buchanans and Cramer families on OLTL got me through my teen years, college, marriage, new motherhood and much more. I learned a lot about life, love and relationships (including what NOT to do) from the relatable residents of Pine Valley on AMC.

There are so many plot lines I would love to see unfold on OLTL. My dream devlopment: I’d love to see Todd and Blair fall back in love. Their relationship is very fiery! Traditionally, they are drawn together just to have an agonizing breakup. Then they find each other again…and things fall apart. But I love how they accept each other for who they are and ultimately forgive one another.

Another story line I am longing for– I’d love to see Star (Blair and Todd’s daughter) be reunited with her baby Hope who was belived to be killed in a car accident.

I am also crossing my fingers that they bring back Blair’s Aunt Dorian– the character you love to hate. She’s quite funny as well as devious and yes… lovable too.

 The scoop on OLTL and AMC on Hulu:

Original cast members are back as well as a hot new group of cast members

All new episodes starting on April 29th

Each episode is a half hour long

Here’s a description of these two fabulous soaps:

One Life to Live: Follows the complicated lives of three main families: the wealthy Lords, the powerful Buchanans and the strong-willed Cramers. The quiet simplicity of small town living is often interrupted by the drama between them yet despite the struggles, strong family bonds keep them united.

All My Children: Revolves around the lives of the residents of fictional Pine Valley. For nearly forty years, this town has seen the trials and tribulations of its dynamic families. Now your favorite stories are back, and more dramatic than ever!

It’s EASY to watch them on Hulu!

There are two simple options to watch the latest episodes on Hulu: Hulu.com and Hulu Plus.

Hulu.com is absolutely free and allows you to watch the latest episodes on your computer.

The other option is through the Hulu Plus subscription service. With Hulu Plus, for a monthly fee of $7.99 you will be able to watch all episodes through select internet connected devices such as an iPad, iPhone, gaming consoles and set top boxes.

Not only will you be able to watch your favorite episodes on-the-go but you will also have full access to the Hulu library which includes complete series episodes of top TV hits.

To begin a free week trial, click here.

With Hulu.com and Hulu Plus you will be able to watch your favorite episodes of All My Children & One Life to Live anytime, anywhere.

Helpful Links

Hulu.com homepage 
One Life to Live Page  
All My Children Page 
Try Hulu Plus for Free 

Meet in Llanview for One Life to Live and Pine Valley for All My Children on April 29th!

Sweeps Info

 For a chance to win a yearlong subscription to Hulu Pluse answer the question: “Who would you like to see fall in love?” in the comment section below.
One Grand Prize Winner will also win a Roku!

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Fun & Festive TV

Grab your coziest throw blanket and get a big bowl of popcorn…

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There's a parade of holiday programming coming your way!

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CBS is running the original Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer on Wed December 2nd at 8pm.  If you miss it, you can also catch Rudolph that same evening at 9pm on the ABC Family Channel. They have a whole schedule of fun holiday shows.

A few highlights:

  • The Polar Express on Thursday December 3rd at 8:30 pm
  • Frosty's Winter Wonderland on Friday December 4th at 7 pm
  • Jack Frost on Monday December 7th at 10 pm (better TiVo that one)
  • A Miser Brothers' Christmas on Tuesday December 8th at 9 pm
  • Miracle on 34th Street on Friday December 25th at 4 pm (good to watch after you've opened all the presents and everyone is happily enjoying their food coma)

 What's your favorite holiday show and why?