|All My Secrets|
|Created by||Bridget and Robert Warren|
|Country of origin||United States|
Wilbur Savitch (1963-72)|
Rick King (1972-75)
Billy Cannell (1975-83)
Jim McClellan (1983-93)
Jennifer Ackerman (1993-2000)
Steven Harrison (2000-06)
Tanya Lawson (2006-09)
Madeline Dempsey (2009-12)
Elizabeth Armstrong (2012-15)
Chris Rogers (2015-present)
|Location(s)||Albuquerque, New Mexico|
30 minutes (1963-77)|
60 minutes (1977-present)
Universal Television (1963-99, 2011-present)|
Studios USA (1999-2003)
NBC Universal Television Studio (2003-11)
Screen Gems (1963-74)
Columbia Pictures Television (1974-2001)
Columbia TriStar Television (2001-02)
Sony Pictures Television (2002-present)
480i SDTV (1963-2009)|
1080i HDTV (2009-present)
|Original run||April 1, 1963 – Present|
All My Secrets is an American television soap opera that currently airs on the BGC Television network since April 1, 1963, the same day as when General Hospital premiered on ABC. The show aired weekdays for 30 minutes until November 4, 1977, but expanded to a full hour alongside Guiding Light on November 7, 1977.
On April 9, 2008, and two days after the Kansas Jayhawks defeated the Memphis Tigers in the final NCAA Basketball Championship, BGC announced along with the Villanova Wildcats (who got defeated by the Kansas Jayhawks in the Elite Eight on March 28, 2008, but teamed up on the same day) that it gave All My Secrets an emmy award, (the day BGC canceled Angels and Devils).
On April 5, 2012, and three days that the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team defeated the Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team on the final NCAA Basketball Championship, and five days after the two teams defeated both the Louisville and Ohio State teams in Final Four in New Orleans, Louisiana, All My Secrets competed against Our Screams Can Last in a matchup, but All My Secrets thumped Our Screams Can Last in an 85-60 score and advanced to the 2012-13 season.
On April 9, 2012, All My Secrets competed against Passionate Dreams in a matchup, but All My Secrets thumped Passionate Dreams in a 79-54 score and advanced to the 2012-13 season.
On December 21, 2012, All My Secrets became the last remaining BGC produced soap opera after Passionate Dreams aired its final episode. On March 18 and June 17, 2013, the show was joined by two newly debuted soap operas called Universal Lives and One Line to Cross, respectively. All My Secrets celebrated its 50th anniversary alongside General Hospital on April 1, 2013. On October 21, 2015, BGC renewed All My Secrets for another new season.