Some bad news for long-running daytime drama All My Children, with members of the cast confirming the show has been cancelled for a second time — first in 2011 by ABC, now by Prospect Park, which revived the show on the Internet earlier this year.

After its 2011 cancellation, Prospect Park picked up the rights to continue the show online, and produced an additional 43 episodes that debuted in April 2013. Many of the show’s original cast returned — albeit not the most famous one: Susan Lucci, who played oft-married Erica Kane throughout the show’s 41-year run on ABC, but wasn’t able to work out a deal to return to the online version.

Unfortunately for those who continued to watch, longtime AMC star Debbi Morgan confirmed reports that Prospect Park won’t be continuing the show. “I’m so very sorry 2c U disappointed yet again,”; she tweeted to the show’s disappointed fans, “& believe me we feel the same!!!”;

In addition, AMC actress Cady McClain voiced similar sentiments on her Facebook page on Monday, writing: “[We were] very recently contacted and told that, with great regret, AMC won’t be going back online this year, or in this particular incarnation. Certainly hope springs eternal that we will yet again, spring from the dead.”;

The cancellation of AMC was also reported by Soaps In Depth magazine, quoting “well-placed”; sources who add that One Life to Live  — which was also cancelled by ABC and brought online by Prospect Park — is also being shut down.

As if that weren’t enough bad news for soap fans, The Los Angeles Times is reporting that the Disney-owned Soapnet cable channel will shut down at the end of the year — to make way for Disney Junior, a recently launched cable channel aimed at toddlers.