"General Hospital" is heading to a new time.

ABC will shift "General Hospital" from 3 p.m. ET to 2 p.m. ET on Sept. 10, 2012. The show moves to the now-canceled "The Revolution" timeslot and Katie Couric's talk show, "Katie," will air at 3 p.m.

"General Hospital," which cleaned up at the 2012 Daytime Emmy Awards, is the last soap opera standing on ABC. Both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" got the axe in favor of lifestyle programs "The Chew" and "The Revolution." There was a plan to revive the two fan-favorite soaps online via production company Prospect Park, but the deals fell through.

Meanwhile, "The Chew" is sticking around ABC, but "The Revolution" failed to strike ratings gold.

"General Hospital," now in its 49th season, has produced more than 12,500 episodes.

Click through the slideshow below to see soap stars at this year's Daytime Emmy Awards!

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  • Sheryl Underwood, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen

  • Drew Pinsky, "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew"

  • Gloria Allred, "We The People With Gloria Allred"

  • Susan Lucci, "All My Children"

  • Sharon Case, "The Young And The Restless"

  • Don Diamont, Cindy Ambuehl

  • Judith Chapman, "The Young And The Restless"

  • Nischelle Turner

  • Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, "The Bold And The Beautiful"

  • Caroll Spinney and Leslie Carrara-Rudolph

  • Anderson Cooper and A.J. Hammer

  • Kate Linder, "The Young And The Restless"

  • Kim Matula and Scott Clifton

  • Tiffany Coyne, "Let's Make A Deal"

  • Barbara Walters

    NOTE: A previous version incorrectly stated that the actors in this slide were Jonathan Jackson and Lisa Vultaggio.

  • Jonathan Jackson and Lisa Vultaggio

  • Lindsay Bushman And Kristen Alderson

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