A 12-year-old girl named Shanda (actual names are used) is new to the rough school and finds herself in the middle of a lesbian love triangle.Toss in a mentally unbalanced devil worshipper, a kitchen knife and parents (never shown) who are either absent or abusive, and disaster seems inescapable.The daytime drama had been gradually losing viewers, and ABC feared losing money on the production.On Thursday, Lucci, Erica Kane on "AMC," took to Twitter to note her upcoming "View" appearance saluting "41 incredible years." Show creator Agnes Nixon is to be on hand for the special, and ABC promises "surprise guests." PHOTOS: 10 long-running soap operas She Knows rounded up cast comments on the show's demise: "It's a sad day in Pine Valley" -- Stephanie Gatschet, who plays Madison on the show.High,” a squad of bouncing cheerleaders turns away from the audience to show the message spelled out on the girls’ backs: “This Is a True Story!
Daytime television stars performed along with Work Shop members and Tony-winner Ziemba (2000 Best Featured Actress in a Musical,, currently being developed by the Work Shop Theater Company, were also performed.
Susan Lucci joins "The View" on Friday for the morning gab show's hourlong salute to "All My Children," which airs its final episode Friday.
Cast members, former cast members, fans and former fans have expressed consternation as well as sadness since it was announced in April that the soap would be taken off the air.
Appeared as a ghost to Ryan in 2011 to assure him that she was not David's last Project Orpheus patient. Formerly married to Pat Baxter, he died after being shot by Jesse.
Former prostitute and adoptive mother of Emily Ann Sago Martin.