Fans of the re-booted soap opera All My Children may need to wait longer than they initially thought for season 2 of the show.
Though earlier reports indicated that production on the show's second season was likely to begin Oct. 21, star Thorsten Kaye (who plays Zach Slater on the soap), recently hinted that it may not be starting up so quickly.
In an interview with blogger Carolyn Hinsey, the actor addresses that the show has not begun production on season two yet, and that it may not begin for quite some time.
"I talked to Ginger [EP Ginger Smith] yesterday. Nothing is in place," Kaye said. "Eden [Riegel, Bianca] is about to have a baby and my love interest [Pilar Garces, Lea] is about to have a baby. We're going to have to call it All My Children-en-en-en."
The news that the show has not begun production could be especially alarming to fans who have already seen One Life to Live shelved indefinitely due to Prospect Park's ongoing battle with ABC.
The online production company halted production on the show's second season in September after suing the original parent company for killing off characters when they recurred on the network's still-running TV soap General Hospital.
At the time, Prospect Park told fans that they could expect All My Children to resume production and begin Season 2 next year.
Overall, All My Children saw a 25% bigger viewing audience than One Life to Live during the two shows online runs.