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AMC's Jesse And Angie Go Online

by Sergio
July 7, 2011 8:55 AM
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Even with the end date for ABC's All My Children set for September 23rd, the show is not quite dead yet.

It was announced today that the network has licensed the show, as well as One Life to Live, to Prospect Park, a talent management and production company, which will continue to produce new episodes for both shows on-line and "through additional emerging platforms including internet enabled television sets."

Under the terms of the deal, both shows will continue to be "delivered with the same quality and in the same format and length."

More details to come.

So don't say good bye to Jesse and Angie just yet. Though if Ne-Yo will be involved, it's another matter.

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  • James Madison | July 7, 2011 12:31 PMReply

    Good to know there will be more work for these actors. Cringing at what will replace the shows on TV. More "reality"?

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