Once a cornerstone of network television, the American soap opera has fallen on hard times and cancellations. Why is the genre, one of television's longest-running and most influential formats, fading?

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In the feature-length documentary SOAP LIFE, producers John Grossman and Matthew D'Amato attempt to find out why, with millions of viewers, these icons of American culture are disappearing from the television landscape. SOAP LIFE features interviews with actors, directors, producers, writers, and fans to get their perspective on the changing face of daytime television. Written by Soap Life

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The rise and fall of the American Soap Opera.


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