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lol, ok, that's why I prefaced by saying a 'quick look'. I just gave more of a look and couldn't find anything beyond the studio they film at. I remember way back when people were wondering where the Snider farm and pond were too. Couldn't find that either. What good am I? :animated_scratchchin:

:rolleyes:

Anyway, maybe somebody else can figure it out.

I used to watch this show daily and got away from it a bit. I still watch but just every so often to keep up.

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Courtesy of; CBSPRESSEXPRESS

CBS's DAYTIME DRAMA "AS THE WORLD TURNS" HOLDS OPEN AUDITIONS IN THREE CITIES

Talent Search in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Greenville

09.11.2009

Local Talent To Tape Episodes On-Location In Their Hometown

CBS's daytime drama AS THE WORLD TURNS is kicking off the "As The World Turns Never Surrender Tour" by holding open casting calls in three cities across the United States. Emmy-Award winning casting director Mary Clay Boland will audition aspiring actors in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Greenville, S.C. Ten locals will be selected to appear in upcoming episodes of AS THE WORLD TURNS that will be taped on-location in each city. Chosen actors will work with Michael Park (Detective "Jack Snyder") as his character travels the country trying to make amends for a life-changing experience. Although beaten down by the turn of events, the audience has come to expect that he "never surrenders," and will watch him grapple with his own guilt.

The screen test is open to men and women 18 years and older who are eligible to work in the United States. Those wishing to audition should bring a completed copy of the application and a signed release form, which are available online at each individual station's Web site. Copies of the application and the audition scene will also be available at each location's casting call.

The casting calls are as follows:

Tuesday, Sept. 15:

Philadelphia

Boscov's (Neshaminy Mall)

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

200 Neshaminy Avenue

Bensalem, PA 19020

KYW-TV

Thursday, Sept. 17:

Pittsburgh

The Mall at Robinson

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

100 Robinson Center Drive

Pittsburgh, PA 15205

KDKA-TV

Thursday, Sept. 24:

Greenville, S.C.

Poinsett Auction and Realty

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

57 Smith Tractor Road

Travelers Rest, S.C. 29690

WSPA-TV

AS THE WORLD TURNS tapes in Brooklyn, N.Y. and is broadcast on the CBS Television Network (check local listings). Christopher Goutman is the executive producer and Jean Passanante and David Kreizman make up the head writing team.

On the Web: https://webmail.cbs.com/owa/redir.aspx?C=ba...urns%2fabout%2f

Press Contacts:

Meredith Tiger 212-975-3829 mftiger@cbs.com

Cindy Marshall 818-655-1586 cindy.marshall@cbs.com

Photo Contacts:

Paula Breck 212-975-3811 pjbreck@cbs.com

ATWT:

Lisa Lugassy 212-474-5801 lisa.lugassy@telenextmedia.com

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CBS cancels long-running soap As the World Turns

Last Updated: Tuesday, December 8, 2009 | 12:34 PM ET Comments10Recommend22

CBC News

Just three months after long-running soap opera Guiding Light went dark, CBS has announced it is also cancelling As the World Turns.

The U.S. television network announced Tuesday that the final episode of the New York-shot daytime series would be broadcast in September 2010

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Once Guiding Light got cancelled I knew it was just a matter of time and it still makes me sad :disappointed:

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Well I'm f'ing pissed! True I don't watch it often right now because they are being stupid with the writing, I would have become a regular again, once they quite jacking around with my fave characters. But cancelled? NOT acceptable!!! What are they going to replace it with, another stupid game show like Let's make a freaking Deal? BLECH

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Sure feels like an era is coming to an end. :(

I used to watch this and DOOL woth my Grandmother - been hooked ever since!

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I know ZuZu. And I know ATWT gets off track from time to time, but they always have managed to return to their roots and get it going the right way eventually. At least now maybe they will get some of my faves back together to wrap up the show. But seriously, I hate this.

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'As the World Turns' star Helen Wagner dies by Kate Ward Deadline reports actress Helen Wagner, who starred on As the World Turns as Nancy Hughes, has passed away at the age of 91. Wagner, a National Academy of Television lifetime achievement award winner, also holds the Guinness world record for playing Nancy Hughes for 54 years

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As the World Turns taped its 13,858th and final episode at its Brooklyn, N.Y. studios today, ending its storied run on CBS. Ever since the network announced last December that it would shutter the show, ATWT has attempted to reward its small but loyal fan base with a stream of familiar faces from the show

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Courtesy of; TV GUIDE,TODAYS NEWS: OUR TAKE

As the World Turns Wraps Production After 54 Years

Jun 24, 2010 11:33 PM ET

by Kate Stanhope

As the World Turns has wrapped production after 54 years, according to The Associated Press. The final episode will air Sept. 17.

"It's been a job and a home and friendships for 50 years," longtime star Don Hastings told the AP at the final taping Wednesday. "I don't think it's hit me yet."

Daytime TV's longest-running soap opera, which follows the Hughes and Lowell families of Oakdale, Ill., was canceled in December after falling behind in the ratings in recent years. The hourlong show attracts an average of 2.4 million viewers per episode.

Helen Wagner, who starred on the series since its inception, died in May at 91.

After its debut on April 2, 1956, As the World Turns was the most-watched drama for 20 years. It was on the air Nov. 22, 1963, when Walter Cronkite cut in to announce the bulletin that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.

As the World Turns, which has won four Daytime Emmys for outstanding drama series, is nominated for 13 awards at Sunday's 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

Past cast members included Marisa Tomei, Meg Ryan, Parker Posey, Martin Sheen, Steven Weber and Julianne Moore, who returned to the soap earlier this year.

The show's end follow the demise of CBS' Guiding Light, which went off the air in September after running 72 years on radio and television. ABC's General Hospital will become TV's longest-running soap; it debuted in April 1963.

Are you sad As the World Turns is going off the air?

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SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Happy that Maura West and Michael Park won best actress and actor at the Daytime Emmy's YAYAYYA... of course it made me cry

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