All My Children without Adam Chandler was like peanut butter without jelly or Buffy without Angel. Thankfully, that will no longer be the case when the revived soap hits (computer) screens again this spring.
Prospect Park has confirmed that five-time Daytime Emmy winner David Canary will reprise his role as Pine Valley’s ruthless patriarch in the series’ upcoming iTunes/Hulu relaunch.
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