Susan Lucci is in talks to return to "All My Children." The veteran actress told the Los Angeles Times that it could all come together soon.
"We are going to be meeting in the next couple of weeks, all in the same room to put our books on the table and see what we can come up with," Lucci said of talks with "All My Children" production.
In February 2013, Lucci told the ladies of "The View" that she hoped to return to the soap. “I so hope that I can return," Lucci said. "I want with all my heart to return to 'All My Children.' I just don't know the answer yet. But what I do know is that all of us -- all of us -- are working so hard to make that happen."
The canceled soap returned to life on Hulu and iTunes after more than a year and a half off the air. ABC axed the soap in September 2011 after more than 40 years on the air.
Prospect Park brought both "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" back to life via the online platforms. Both soaps debuted on Monday, April 29. According to Prospect Park, "All My Children" placed No. 1 on iTunes' TV Seasons chart and was the most popular episode on Hulu on the day of launch. "One Life to Live" placed No. 2 on those charts.
Lucci can next be seen in Lifetime's "Devious Maids." The series premieres Sunday, June 23 at 10 p.m. ET.