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Latest Erica Kane Items
Stephen Colbert isn't running for president — at least not yet.
"All My Children" veteran Susan Lucci is returning to the world of soap operas. But this time, the stories will be real.
J.D. Roth's first email upon learning that ABC had decided to air his transformational new daytime series, "The Revolution," came from his mother-in-law: "You killed Erica Kane!"
Tissues were on hand but there were few tears among two dozen soap opera fans gathered to watch "All My Children" sign off from ABC on Friday after more than 40 years.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" won four trophies _ including drama series honors for the third consecutive year _ at the Daytime Emmys, which will have two fewer soap operas to celebrate next year.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" won four trophies — including drama-series honors for the third consecutive year — at the Daytime Emmys, which will have two fewer soap operas to celebrate next year.
ABC canceled two of its three soap operas on Thursday, consigning "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" _ and Susan Lucci, daytime's most famous actress _ to television history.
It's a breakthrough for Susan Lucci. No, not a second Emmy. She has a book deal.