A week ago, TV Squad reported that ABC was considering canceling the long-running soap opera, 'All My Children.' Today, 'AMC' star Susan Lucci visited 'Good Morning America' to address the rumors.

The longtime 'AMC' star believes the future of the show looks bright based on the support it has received from various sources.

"We'll see, as long as we have these loyal, passionate fans in our corner," she said, "including Oprah, who had us on just a few weeks ago." She also mentioned that it was expensive to move the show from New York to Los Angeles, which she saw as a vote of confidence. "And we just received a letter from the vice president in charge of finance congratulating us on what great shape we're in."

While that sounds great, the ratings tell another story. According to Deadline, the soap came in last in the key demographic of women 18–49. It was seen by 463,000 viewers in that demo, down 34 percent compared to last year. The series also came in last in total viewers, grabbing 2.32 million. 'One Life to Live' had 2.36 million during the week of March 7.