‘All My Children,’ ‘One Life to Live’ Online Premiere Dates Announced

Both series will be available through Hulu and iTunes

The “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” online revivals are set to premiere on April 29, Prospect Park announced on Monday.

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Both series — which were canceled by ABC in 2011 before Prospect Park's The Online Network secured the rights for internet distribution — will be streamed weekdays in 30-minute episodes on Hulu and will also be available through iTunes.

Also read: 'All My Children,' 'One Life to Live' Revivals Back On, With Series Creator Agnes Nixon on Board

The cast of "AMC" (left) consists of Julia Barr, Ryan Bittle, David Canary, Lindsay Hartley, Vincent Irizarry, Francesca James, Thorsten Kaye, Jordan Lane Price, Jill Larson, Ray MacDonnell, Cady McClain, Debbi Morgan, Eric Nelson, Eden Riegel, Heather Roop, Sal Stowers, Denyse Tontz, Jordi Vilasuso, Darnell Williams, Robert (Rob) Scott Wilson. 

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"OLTL" cast (right) includes Melissa Archer, Kassie DePaiva, Robert Gorrie, Laura Harrier, Roger Howarth, Josh Kelly, Florencia Lozano, Kelley Missal, Erika Slezak, Hillary B. Smith, Robin Strasser, Andrew Trischitt, Jerry verDorn, Tuc Watkins, Robert S. Woods and Shenaz Treasury.

Agnes Nixon, who created both series, will serve as a creative consultant.

"I am grateful to Prospect Park for their unwavering commitment to this project and to the amazingly talented casts of ‘All My Children’ and ‘One Life to Live’ – their devotion to these franchises has made this moment possible," Nixon said in a statement. "And to the fans – well, we wouldn’t be here without you.”

"Unencumbered by the creative constraints of traditional broadcast television," Prospect Park partner's Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank hope to deliver stronger storylines, style and characters — but need the support of fans to continue to do so.

"Now with our launch date set in stone, we are ready to lead this historic return," Kwatinetz and Frank said. "To the fans we proclaim, your support counts now more than ever.”