All My Children, the ABC soap opera that moved to the Internet after getting canceled, may have been canceled once again.

Debbie Morgan, one of the stars of the show, insinuated through her Twitter account that All My Children’s first season on the Internet may very well be its last. When a follower asked Morgan, who played Dr. Angie Hubbard on the show, if it had been canceled, she answered in the affirmative. “So sorry to say, Kristin… but yes it is,” she replied.

'All My Children' Stars Apologize

Morgan continued to apologize to her fans for having previously said that All My Children would be back for a second season on the web.

'All My Children' Not Saved By Internet Move

Doubts about the future of both All My Children and One Life To Live first emerged earlier this year when Prospect Park sued ABC for killing off certain characters. Consequently, after the first 43 episodes were completed, production was put on hold. The delay halted the realization of Prospect Park’s idea to save the soap opera by moving it online.

After 43 years, 42 of which aired on ABC, All My Children may have finally come to an end.

– Chelsea Regan

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