Prospect Park Buys Online Rights To General Hospital. (Updated.)
Original article: July 27
According to Daytime Confidential Prospect Park, the company that obtained the online rights for “All My Children” and “One Life To Live,” has struck a deal for “General Hospital” as well. This means that the series could migrate online after “General Hospital” has completed its run on ABC. The network has not officially stated when, or if, that will happen. However, with Katie Couric’s new Daytime show heading to ABC in the fall of 2012, there are suspicions that it could spell the end for ABC’s last soap.
Soap Opera Fan Blog has contacted the network for a comment and will keep you updated as more information is released.
Updated: July 28.
A rep from ABC issued this statement to Soap Opera Fan Blog, “‘General Hospital’ remains a part of our line-up and we don’t discuss the terms of our deals.”
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