Tuesday, April 28, 2009


From TVGuide.com:

It’s been 10 years since Another World went off the air, but now, thanks to a cool new Web site, the beloved soap is back from the dead. TeleNext Media, producer of Guiding Light and As the World Turns, is about to launch anotherworldtoday.com, a site that fills us in on what’s happened in Bay City since 1999, including which lovebirds are still together (Carl and Rachel, Cass and Lila) and which are kaput (Amanda and Cameron).

Chapter 1 kicks off May 4 (the 45th anniversary of AW’s debut) with Grant Harrison, who was presumed dead at the end of AW’s run, returning to town to reclaim his son, Kirkland. Meanwhile, a mystery is unfolding: Flamboyant Felicia Gallant has gone off to New York to visit Dean and Jenna, and all three have somehow vanished. Each weekly installment is interactive, with fans getting the opportunity to vote on the future direction of plots.

Entire story, here.

More here.

1 comment:

Derek said...

April 28 - Wonderful news. I recently posted an entry on one of your threads from January thanking you for adding You Tube to your distribution channels. Please consider adding You Tube for this new venture as Hulu is unavailable outside the US.

Thank you, thank you. With this new fun site on Bay City happenings in 2009 and the 1991 episodes available on You Tube, please also consider loading the 1980s AW episodes, Texas, Search for Tomorrow and Edge of Night also on You Tube. Since the AOL episodes were so difficult to access, please consider starting at the beginning of your holdings to catch a worldwide wave of fans. I am prepared to even watch on-line commercials to see your precious holdings.

One small recommendation for anotherworldtoday would be to reintroduce the one and only Iris Cory Carrington Bancroft Wheeler.