On Monday, Prospect Park's Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank released a letter that officially confirms that All My Children and One Life to Live will be the launching shows for The Online Network (TOLN).
The letter also stated that Agnes Nixon has "entered into a consulting agreement" with Prospect Park, which includes "active involvement" of the soaps she created for ABC Daytime; production on AMC and OLTL is set to begin sometime next month.
Just now, Debbi Morgan has tweeted that she will join the online reboot of AMC as Dr. Angie Hubbard, one-half of the groundbreaking African-American supercouple Angie & Jesse (Darnell Williams). The award-winning fan favorite has played the role on and off since 1982, which includes a stint on The City, the spin-off of Loving -- both of which were created by Nixon.
Morgan recently finished her run as Harmony as the top-rated The Young & the Restless (Y&R).
However, Cameron Mathison, aka con man turned romantic hero Ryan Lavery, recently tweeted of his uncertainty of signing on AMC but is "working on the scheduling", yet co-stars Vincent Irizarry (Dr. David Hayward) and Lindsay Hartley (Dr. Cara Martin) has already signed on.
All My Children ended its 41-year run on ABC in September 2011, followed by One Life to Live in January 2012 after 43 years.