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Erika Slezak, the star of “One Life to Live,” has agreed to go with the show to its new online incarnation. Prospect Park Productions, run by Jeff Kwatinetz and Dick Cook, just announced that they’ve reach deals with Slezak, Ted King, Kassie dePaiva, and Michael Easton to continue with the show. “One Life” leaves ABC on January 20, 2012. Prospect Park will bring it on line soon after, and maybe on cable TV. They’re also negotiating with “All My Children” actors and star Susan Lucci. This announcement should help a lot to calm everyone down about the future of the shows. Slezak is a multiple Emmy winner and has been with “One Life” since 1971 as Victoria Lord, the principal character. Will the Prospect Park model work? Who knows? But it’s worth trying. Prospect Park still has about thirty more actors to lock down from both shows including Robin Strasser and Robert S. Woods from “One Life” and Michael E. Knight from “All My Children.”

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  1. Best news ever!! Totally agree Robin Strasser and Bob Woods should sign with PP, too. Keeping my fingers crossed. Roger, as always, thanks for covering daytime dramas.

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