"All My Children" is about to change ... in a BIGGER and BOLDER way. If you've never been to Pine Valley, or haven't visited for a while, it's time to think about making it a daily destination.
How? Try tornadoes --multiple ones that are going to rip the town apart, literally and figuratively. The twister that took Dorothy and Toto to Oz is gonna seem like a calming sea breeze compared to what's coming to "AMC" this fall. People lives will be changed forever. Couples will come together, while others will come apart. Familiar faces will return. All sorts of good stuff, mashed up with some kick-ass special effects (and lots of windblown hair).
We can tell you that it's going to be awesome, because the people at the helm specialize in "awesomeness." New headwriter Chuck Pratt is a veteran of "Melrose Place," and "General Hospital." The tornadoes are just the tip of the iceberg for what he's got planned. And when combined with the talents of executive producer Julie Carruthers (who helmed, among other big "AMC" stories, the Bianca-Babe baby switch plot), they're like a dynamic show-running duo giving us just what we need: a reason to watch every day.
One person that blows into town (not literally...well, maybe) is Bianca Montgomery. Bianca, played by Eden Riegel, was a fan favorite during her 2000-2007 run on the show. The physical affects of the tornadoes are miniscule compared to the ripples Bianca's presence creates.