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All My Children
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Debuted

January 5, 1970

Created by

Agnes Nixon

Network

ABC/The OnLine Network

Running Time

  • 30 Minutes (1970-1977; 2013)
  • 60 Minutes (1977-2011)

All My Children debuted on ABC on January 5, 1970 and aired it's final network episode on September 23, 2011.  The series returned online on April 29, 2013.  Two episodes per week are uploaded on Hulu early every Monday morning. The final online episode aired September 2, 2013.

Executive Producer and Head Writer History[]

Executive Producers

Duration Name
January 5, 1970-1978
  • Agnes Nixon
  • Bud Kloss
1978-1982
  • Agnes Nixon
  • Jorn Winther
1982-January 1986
  • Jacqueline Babbin
January 1986-1987
  • Jorn Winther
1987-January 1989
  • Stephen Schenkel
January 1989-April 1996
  • Felicia Mineii Behr
April 1996-April 1998
April 1998-September 2003
  • Jean Dadario Burke
October 2003-September 23, 2011
  • Julie Hanan Carruthers
April 29, 2013-September 2, 2013
  • Ginger Smith
  • Jeffrey Kwatinetz
  • Richard Frank

Head Writers

Duration Name
1970-1981
  • Agnes Nixon
1981-1982
  • Agnes Nixon
  • Wisner Washam
1982-1986
  • Wisner Washam
1986-1987
1987-1988
  • Lorraine Broderick
03/1988-08/1988
  • No one credited WGA Writers Strike
08/1988-01/1989
  • Lorraine Broderick
01/1989-03/1989
  • Lorraine Broderick
  • Victor Miller
03/1989-11/1989
11/1989-03/1992
  • Agnes Nixon
03/1992-04/1995
  • Megan McTavish
04/1995-06/1995
  • Agnes Nixon
06/1995-12/1997
  • Lorraine Broderick
12/1997-05/1999
  • Megan McTavish
05/1999-06/1999
  • Agnes Nixon
  • Elizabeth Page
06/1999-11/1999
11/1999-01/2001
  • Agnes Nixon
  • Jean Passanante
01/2001-08/2001
08/2001-09/2001
  • No One Credited
09/2001-12/2002
12/2002-03/2003
  • Gordon Rayfield
03/2003-06/2003
  • Gordon Rayfield
  • Anna Cascio
07/2003-02/2007
  • Megan McTavish
03/2007-07/25/2007
  • No One Credited
07/26/2007-01/14/2008
  • James Harmon Brown
  • Barbara Esensten
01/15/2008-01/30/2008
  • Julie Hanan Carruthers
  • Brian Frons
01/31/2008-08/26/2008
  • James Harmon Brown
  • Barbara Esensten
08/27/2008-11/20/2009
11/22/2009-03/12/2010
  • Lorraine Broderick
03/15/2010-04/01/2011
04/04/2011-09/23/2011
  • Lorraine Broderick
04/29/2013-09/02/2013

Daytime Emmy Awards[]

Winners are noted in bold:

Preceded by
As the World Turns (1991);

The Young and the Restless (1993); General Hospital (1997)

Drama Series Winner
1992, 1994, 1998
Succeeded by
The Young and the Restless (1993);

General Hospital (1995, 1999)

Preceded by
Ryan's Hope (1984);

One Life to Live (1987); General Hospital (1995)

Writing Team Winner
1985, 1988, 1996, 1997, 1998
Succeeded by
Guiding Light (1986);

Santa Barbara (1989); General Hospital (1999)

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