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FX Canada axes AMC and OLTL


FX Canada has announced that they will be axing broadcast of revived soaps All My Children and One Life to Live.

Prospect Park announced last week that they were scaling back airings on Hulu.com and iTunes to 2 episodes a week from the 4.

While online availability in Canada hasn't been announced by Rogers Media (who run FX Canada), they did release the following statement:

Due to changes in production beyond our control,  FX Canada will no longer be airing All My Children and One Life to Live. Beginning Monday, May 20, back-to-back episodes of critically-acclaimed series 30 Rock will air from noon to 1 p.m. ET on FX Canada.

Canadians who'll be missing out on their favourite soaps (once again) to reach out to FX Canada and Prospect Canada via social media:


Update: All My Children and One Life to Live have been added to iTunes Canada, retailing at $1.99 per episode or $9.99 for a 20-episode combo pack.



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