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If you want to send a "shout out" to an ABC star or ask for an autographed pic, check out our list of shows below and mail your letter directly to the show's production company. We found out the hard way that this process works best when you put a stamp on the envelope before you drop it in the mailbox.
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All My Children
Attention: Judy Wilson
320 West 66th St.
New York, NY 10023
One Life To Live
Attention: Julie Madison
157 Columbus Ave.
New York, NY 10023
Attention: Mark Teschner
4151 Prospect Ave.
Stage 4, 5th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Break a leg! (That's show biz jargon.)
ABC tries to provide a range of regularly scheduled news, sports and entertainment programs to the public. Specials, as well as breaking local/national news coverage enable us to broaden our scope.
While we do our best to avoid preempting shows, our full programming schedule prevents us from guaranteeing if/when a program is re-aired. The best advice we can give you is to check your local listings and ABC.com whenever something unexpected pops up.
Scheduling decisions are made after careful thought and much analysis. Our goal is to match the right program with the most receptive audience. Although we realize that not every decision will please everyone, we welcome comments from viewers because they further help us understand how our programs are being received. As we've said before, your opinion counts. So stay on us!
Hey, we've all been there. Some of our favorite shows depart with a rousing series finale, others disappear without warning. Believe it or not, we're just as bummed as you are when this happens.
The challenge of network television is to keep pace with constantly changing tastes of the viewing public. Should one of your favorite shows leave this world all too soon, we sure hope other programs on ABC's schedule compensate with many hours of viewing pleasure. We've also found it helpful to wolf down a pint of your favorite ice cream while in mourning.
We all know Hi-Def totally rocks. ABC is one of the broadcast leaders in HDTV. ABC continues to program all of its primetime comedies, dramas and movies in HDTV, as well as a number of specials and sporting events. Check out the schedule page at ABC.com for all your HDTV favorites.
They all are. 'Nuff said.
ABC's regular primetime entertainment line-up is available in Spanish through Closed-Captioned subtitles or a Spanish audio track via the Secondary Audio Programming (SAP) system. Some folks around here are just now saying, "Oh…so that's what SAP stands for?"
Unfortunately, ABC and The Walt Disney Company's long-established policy does not allow the network to accept for review or consideration any ideas, suggestions, or creative materials not solicited by us or our subsidiaries. Our intention is to avoid misunderstandings when projects are created internally which might be similar to submissions made to us from outside the company. We think you'll agree that this policy is in everyone's best interest.
Hey, we don't like receiving unwanted messages either. So, you can either stop charging your phone so the battery dies and you'll never know the alerts are there or you can simply punch in a "stop code" using the following list as your guide:
All My Children -- AMCDAYEND
General Hospital -- GHDAYEND
One Life to Live -- OLTLDAYEND
Body of Proof -- BODYSTOP
Brothers & Sisters -- BROSTOP
Castle -- CASTLESTOP
Cougar Town -- COUGARSTOP
Dancing with the Stars -- DANCINGSTOP
The Deep End -- DEEPSTOP
Desperate Housewives -- DHSTOP
Detroit 187 -- DETROITSTOP
The Gates -- GATESTOP
Grey's Anatomy -- GREYSTOP
JKL -- KIMMELSTOP
LOST -- LOSTSTOP
The Middle -- MIDDLESTOP
Mr. Sunshine -- SUNSTOP
My Generation -- MYGENSTOP
Off the Map -- OFFSTOP
Private Practice -- PRISTOP
Rookie Blue -- ROOKIESTOP
Scoundrels -- SCOUNDSTOP
Scrubs -- SCRUBSTOP
V -- VVVSTOP
The Whole Truth -- WHOLESTOP
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It's the best place for ABC fans to chat and read about the hottest topics, tweets and Facebook updates surrounding your favorite shows. The conversation is updated in real timeIn other words, it's one big, chatty party!
That's up to you. There's a checkbox that lets you decide whether or not you'd like the comments that you make here to be posted on your other personal social network pages as well.
You do! This is your chance to tell the world what you think. Start your own thread or just comment on someone else's thought. We'll also be chiming in to ask your opinion on the hottest topics of the moment. But at the end of the day, this is YOUR place to have your say.
All the time! 24/7! It's the pulse of what's happening this very moment.
You can certainly enjoy the Discuss Page without registering for anything. But if you'd like to comment, you need to sign in through Facebook, Twitter or our personal favorite -- ABC.com! We'd love to hear from you. So if you're not yet registered, SIGN UP HERE!
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We always have someone looking out for inappropriate comments. You also have the ability to let us know if something sounds sketchy by flagging a comment.
You have the ability to choose the subject that interests you most. You can filter discussion feeds by clicking on the various tabs that are categorized by topics, stars, social networks, hashtags and more. Or you can just soak EVERYTHING in.
Yes, we'll be displaying the official Twitter accounts of many of our stars, and we may have special guests doing Live Chats and Live Tweets from time to time!
Yes, we'll pop up a "Spoiler Alert" message as soon as you land on the Discuss page if the current discussion could ruin some surprises. The good news is that when you do finally catch up and come back, all the top topics will still be waiting for you.
Hashtags, or # symbols, are used before relevant keywords to organize your comments into categories on Twitter. All you have to do is add a # symbol before the word you'd like tagged to be part of that specific conversation. For example: I love #dancingwiththestars
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