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It’s been months and months since we learned that veteran soaps All My Children and One Life To Live would continue after their tenures ended on ABC, thanks to an online platform that includes Hulu and iTunes. Today, Prospect Park, the company behind the continuation of both series, has finally announced online premiere dates for both Soaps. One Life To Live and All My Children will begin airing on Prospect Parks’ The Online Network on April 29.

In a statement, Prospect Park partners Rich Frank and Keff Kwatinetz said the fans have made the reboot of the two shows possible, and that’s certainly true. Fans who want to still keep up with the two long-running programs (which will feature some old faces and some new) will be able to via The Online Network, but also Hulu and iTunes. According to Deadline, the show will run on weekdays in 30-minute segments. Agnes Nixon, who created both shows, will still be involved with both shows as a creative consultant, as well.

This is great news for both programs. After months of talks, this winter, Prospect Park seemed to want to drop out of the deal, thanks to financial problems related with producing the show. I’m not quite sure how the two programs will fare on the Internet, but at least now they will still get a shot, and with the multitude of ways each show will be available to watch, if fans are still invested, it should be pretty easy to catch new episodes.