Studs of 'One Life to Live' Open Up About Roles, Show's Revival [Exclusive Video]

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Soap opera fans have had a rough and appropriately dramatic ride the last couple of years with several long-running daytime dramas getting the ax. But now, hope has returned for fans of ABC's "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" -- both of which have been revived online via Hulu and iTunes, thanks to production company Prospect Park.

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Want more to ease your weary heart? How about some heartthrobs? Here's an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the men of Llanview from the new iteration of "One Life to Live." From Tuc Watkins's wacky David Vickers and Robert S. Woods's Bo Buchanan to young studs Josh Kelly as Cutter Wentworth and newbie Corbin Bleu as Jeffrey King, it's clear that these guys are over the moon to be involved in the show's resurrection, and they dished on their characters today.

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"When people tune in, I think they're going to find a Clint that is reflective of the last two years on ABC, where he just essentially had a meltdown," says Jerry Ver Dorn about his role as Clint Buchanan. "I think they're going to find a very complex character who expects more from his family."

"One Life to Live" and "All My Children" are available now on Hulu.