'AMC' AND 'OLTL' SET APRIL 29 ONLINE PREMIERES: With production of new episodes officially under way, "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" will launch their new online home on Monday, April 29. The 30-minute daily episodes will be distributed free on Hulu.com, while Hulu Plus and iTunes will have fee-based services for the episodes.
Among the new faces to be featured on the re-launched "All My Children" is the now adult character of Peter Cortlandt, being played by Robert Scott Wilson.
Rick Webber was murdered at the hands of Scott Baldwin back in 2002, but the veteran "General Hospital" character will return to the series on Monday, April 1, for the show's 50th anniversary. Again being portrayed by Chris Robinson, Rick, either alive or ghostly, will be in scenes with his onscreen spouse Monica (Leslie Charleson).
In other "GH" news, Brandon Barash, who played Johnny Zacchara since 2007, is exiting the series.
Tony Todd, well known to horror fans for his roles in "Night of the Living Dead" and "Candyman," will play Leslie and Tyler's father, Gus, on "Young and Restless" in a multi-episode arc.
Torrey DeVitto (Melissa, "Pretty Little Liars") and Dr. Fell ("Vampire Diaries") is now playing an Iraq war veteran on the Lifetime drama "Army Wives."
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