Final Episode of "One Life To Live"

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Updated: 1/13/2012 6:18 pm
The ABC soap "One Life To Live" had the last episode of the show aired this afternoon ending a 43-year-run. OLTL fell victim to slackened ratings and the fact that reality TV is cheaper to produce but for months, the soap has been energetically milking its protracted death scene, bringing back beloved characters from decades past to reconcile and reminisce After nine seasons "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" is also cancelled on ABC. host Ty Pennington and the crew have rebuilt more than 200 homes during the show's run.
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bringbackOLTL - 1/16/2012 2:45 PM
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There are many campaigns going to save our soaps. Go to our website and sign our petition to bring back One Life to Live. Then check out our FB page on which you can view our "likes" list and see most of the FB campaigns that are out there. Please check out as many FB campaigns as you can, like their pages, join their groups, participate in the tasks some of them are doing like emailing and calling producers and executives. www.BringBackOLTL.com https://www.facebook.com/BBOLTL Thank you!
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