Viewers who return to the classic soap opera series One Life to Live and All My Children when they make their debut online this spring will be getting a bonus not offered to them when the shows aired on TV -- a weekly recap. In a news release, Prospect Park, which will be producing the two soap operas, said that original episodes of the two series will be available for streaming Monday through Thursday on Hulu, Hulu Plus, and iTunes. Friday's installments, however, will feature not only a recap but also behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the stars of the series. Fans will also be able to interact with them via social networks and Skype. In addition, the news release said, both shows will feature a variety of original lifestyle segments, ranging from fashion to beauty to relationship advice that offer content that entertains and informs and celebrates the storylines of the prior week's content.
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