(LOS ANGELES) -- The return of the soap opera All My Children as an Internet series has been put on hold, but longtime star Susan Lucci says she's not to blame.
It was recently reported that Prospect Park, which is licensing All My Children and another canceled ABC daytime drama -- One Life to Live -- for its new website, TheOnlineNetwork.com, has postponed the re-launch of AMC indefinitely.
In a statement on her Facebook page, Lucci, who played Erica Kane on All My Children for more than four decades, says there are false media reports floating around that she played some sort of role in Prospect Park's decision. She writes that she told Prospect Park in September that she would be interested in continuing with All My Children if it was committed to producing the show for another year.
However, she says, "I have not heard back from Prospect Park since then, in fact, I learned of their decision not to proceed with All My Children at the same time you did, through the media."
Prospect Park still plans on re-launching One Life to Live on TheOnlineNetwork.com after the soap airs its ABC finale in January. The website is not yet live.
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