Big news out of All My Children -- Lorraine Broderick has been named the new head writer. She'll be succeeding David Kreizman and Donna Swajeski, who are no longer with the show.
Lorraine has a long history with All My Children. She first joined the show in 1979, under the guidance of the show's creator, Agnes Nixon. In 1987, she was promoted to head writer, a post she served at for a few years. After some time away from AMC, she returned in 1995 and was head writer for two years (penning such stories as Erica's addiction to pills. Remember that?). In 2009, she returned to AMC as associated head writer.
Ms. Broderick's additional credits include head writing gigs at One Life to Live, As The World Turns, and Guiding Light. She's also served on the writing teams at Days of our Lives and Port Charles. She's a four-time Emmy award winner.
What sort of stories do you hope Lorraine writes?