Watch All My Children cast reunion for EW's #UnitedAtHome series
EW Cast Reunions: All My Children is streaming now on PeopleTV.com, or by downloading the PeopleTV app on your favorite device.
You don't need to travel to Pine Valley to see its most memorable residents — the cast has come to your screen, as the first episode of EW's All My Children reunion series premiered Tuesday morning on EW.com and PeopleTV.com.
EW will be celebrating the iconic soap opera — which aired on ABC for 41 years — all week, as part of our ongoing #UnitedAtHome initiative. The five-part EW Cast Reunions: All My Children series will debut a new live episode every day at 10 a.m. ET and two on Friday.
The weeklong event is also for a good cause, with the AMC cast choosing to support Feeding America, which is putting food on the tables of those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic across the country. For those who want to donate, please visit ew.com/allmychildrenreunion.
The first installment features Kelly Ripa (Hayley Vaughan), Mark Consuelos (Mateo Santos), Eva LaRue (Dr. Maria Santos Grey), and Sydney Penny (Julia Santos). The stars share their favorite memories of late costar John Callahan, Ripa and Consuelos' budding real-life romance, the lengths the show went to to handle Ripa's later pregnancy, and more. Watch below.
Wednesday's reunion includes Michael E. Knight (Tad Martin), Cady McClain (Dixie Cooney Martin), Jennifer Bassey (Marian Colby Chandler), Jill Larson (Opal Cortlandt), and Darnell Williams (Jesse Hubbard). Topics include the reasoning behind McClain's character's infamous death by pancake, reflecting on late costar David Canary, Dixie and Tad's coupling, Tad's infamous chicken suit proposal, and more. Watch below.
Thursday's installment features cast members talking about the wild moment when actress Alexa Havins, who played Babe Carey, was replaced mid-scene in 2007. The reunited stars also discuss their final days on the show, and Billy Miller (who played the conniving Richie Novak) shares a story that was both on brand for AMC and for one apparent celeb fan of the series: Quentin Tarantino. Watch below.
Vincent Irizarry, who portrayed Pine Valley villain Dr. David Hayward, also takes a walk down memory lane with EW — and even answers fan questions.
Part 1 of Friday's All My Children interview brings together Susan Lucci (Erica Kane), Walt Willey (Jackson Montgomery), Leven Rambin (Ava Benton/Lily Montgomery), Alicia Minshew (Kendall Hart Slater), Eden Riegel (Bianca Montgomery), and Tamara Braun (Reese Williams). Watch as Lucci reflects on what it was like to finally break her 18-year Emmy losing streak, and find out whether or not her former costars would be up for starring in a reboot of the soap opera.
The final installment of EW's AMC reunion features Josh Duhamel (Leo du Pres), Rebecca Budig (Greenlee Smythe), Cameron Mathison (Ryan Lavery), Melissa Claire Egan (Annie Lavery), Ricky Paull Goldin (Jake Martin), and Chriselle Stause (Amanda Dillon) recalling the time Duhamel dropped costar Budig on her head while rehearsing a love scene, the final scene that never aired, and more.
All My Children
- Freeform sets premiere dates for Good Trouble, Grown-ish, and Motherland: Fort Salem
- Here's your first sneak peek at The Bachelorette, and yes, that's a blow-up doll
- Matt Damon is an Oklahoma roughneck out to save his daughter in Stillwater first look
- Julianne Moore on starring in Stephen King's genre-bending Lisey's Story: 'Holy cow, what now?'