Robin Strasser on Returning to ONE LIFE TO LIVE
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by TV News Desk
But when the plans were originally formulated in 2011, Strasser wasn't asked back.
But it was "not because I didn't want to be in the mix!" She tells TV Guide. "The people who were mixing it up didn't ask me. I won't lie. It's an entirely different energy now. Any fear I had that I was going back into something uncomfortable, or any fear that I might not live up to expectations felt totally surmountable once I looked at the bigger picture - that there's still life in One Life to Live! The fact that Prospect Park still had the appetite and desire and muscle and vision to make this a reality made me think, "Wow. I want to be involved in this. This is history!"
Just last week, Strasser announced via Twitter that she would returning for Prospect Park's online revival. She posted:
"PROUD & HONORED I promised if DEFINITE-YOU'd know! "GIFT" offered & ACCEPTED:)
As of now, All My Children remains silent on its ressurection plans, but Showbiz411.com reports that creator of both shows Agnes Nixon and Prospect Park have hired writers and producers for the two online series and are aiming to begin work by mid-February.
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