Long-thought-dead All My Children and One Life To Live return mysteriously from the grave, as though nothing happened

Long-thought-dead All My Children and One Life To Live return mysteriously from the grave, as though nothing happened

Though it was more than a year ago that All My Children and One Life To Live had finally died after decades of being staples of daytime TV, apparently their deaths were all just one big fake-out. According to the L.A. Times, both stalwart soaps are due to make a dramatic return—possibly with all-new faces, likely with no memory of their ever having been gone, and almost certainly after it's revealed that they got someone pregnant. Production company Prospect Park is behind their shrouded-in-mystery resurrection, with it still uncertain which members (if any) of the shows' casts will reprise their roles, and the  only concrete details being that both shows will become a part of the still-in-development Online Network—as if there's one thing most diehard fans of long-running daytime soap operas love, it's exploring their entertainment options on the Internet.