By Lynette Rice
Updated September 19, 2011 at 10:59 PM EDT
Credit: Heidi Gutman/ABC

The production company that will continue All My Children online just announced that Cameron Mathison (Ryan Lavery) and Lindsay Hartley (Dr. Cara Castillo Martin) will continue on the sudser once it goes online.

Prospect Park is expected to announce the start date of production in the coming weeks. All My Children will end its run on ABC this Friday.

This is the first casting announcement about All My Children’s future since Prospect Park acquired the sudser. The company also bought One Life to Live in an exclusive, multi-year deal that would allow the soaps to continue beyond their finale dates on ABC. One Life to Live is set to sunset in January. Prospect Park is a media and production company founded in 2009 by Jeffrey Kwatinetz and former Disney Studios head Rich Frank. (The company’s best known for producing Royal Pains for USA and Wilfred for FX.)

Earlier this month, Prospect Park announced that Erika Slezak (Victoria Lord), along with Ted King (Tomas Delgado), Michael Easton (John McBain) and Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) have agreed to continue with One Life to Life. Prospect Park is still in the process of closing a deal for the actors with American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, which will enable the studio to sell a second window of the soaps to a cable network.