“All My Children” and “One Life To Live” won’t be coming to the Internet after all.

On Wednesday, Prospect Park, the online company that had said it would be bringing the canceled soaps to the Web, released a statement announcing that the deal had fallen through.

There were signs of trouble earlier in the month, when the online debut of “All My Children” was delayed.

The soap operas were canceled in April, but Prospect Park soon signed a licensing deal and announced the now-doomed plan to bring the shows online.

To read the statement, click below:

Article Courtesy of The Huffington Post

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