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Talk about a cliff-hanger.
The long-running soap "All My Children" got the ax from ABC in 2011.
But wait! It was going to be revived, online, by the production company Prospect Park.
Then Prospect Park couldn't come to agreements with various unions, and the deal fell apart.
Hold on! Not so fast!
A couple of weeks ago, Prospect Park said Internet plans for the soap (and its fellow former ABC sudser "One Life to Live") are back on. They are set to premiere this spring, with 30-minute episodes available on Prospect Park's website The OnLine Network, well as iTunes and Hulu.
Fans can ask former - and future - "AMCers" all about it when "A Tribute to Pine Valley" comes to Foxwoods' Fox Theater Saturday. The following actors are getting together to reminisce at this reunion: Alicia Minshew (Kendall), Darnell Williams (Jesse), Debbi Morgan (Angie),Vincent Irizarry (David), Jacob Young (JR), and Walt Willey (Jackson).
Williams, Morgan and Irrizary have already signed on for the online version of "All My Children," so expect plenty of talk about the series' impending revival. Beyond that, there'll be audience interaction, a Q&A, behind-the-scenes stories, trivia, photos and autograph signings.
- KRISTINA DORSEY
"A Tribute to Pine Valley," 5 p.m. Saturday, Foxwoods Theater, Foxwoods Resort Casino; $35-$100. atributetopinevalley.com.