All My Children (1970–2011)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Drama, Romance, Mystery


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Set in the fictional East Coast suburb Pine Valley, All My Children is the decades-old, risk-taking soap that centers around Erica Kane and her long line of husbands.

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Creator:

Agnes Nixon

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Did You Know?

Trivia

Agnes Nixon originally offered her creation to Procter & Gamble in the mid-1960s, but they passed. After Nixon's success with One Life to Live (1968) for ABC, they asked for another series, and Nixon dusted off the old script which had been tucked away in a desk.


Quotes

Ryan: Do you feel that?
Gillian: Your heartbeat.
Ryan: OUR heartbeat.

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Genres

Drama | Romance | Mystery

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