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All We Know About ABC’s “General Hospital Spotlight” FAST Channel

All We Know About ABC's “General Hospital Spotlight” FAST Channel

Okay, okay, ABC may have just launched the coolest thing ever: a platform for fans to watch any “classic” episodes of “General Hospital,” 24/7 with no login required. Like aaaahhhh…

Find Out How To Stream “Classic” “General Hospital” Episodes Anytime You Want

As a way to celebrate “General Hospital’s” 60th anniversary, fans have been given the chance to watch classic episodes of the fan-favorite daytime drama series anytime they choose, courtesy of the all-new “General Hospital Spotlight.” How can you do that?

Well, simply go to or the ABC app to have the time of your life. The app is available on iOS and Android devices along with Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Samsung Tizen, Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast, among other devices. It is similar to Pluto TV offering select episodes of “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” with its Soaps Channel. Since the “General Hospital” episodes are available unlocked, it means you can view them without having to login first.

The new channel by ABC is a part of a growing list of FAST (free, ad-supported television) offerings by media companies that are meant to combat the hesitancy some fans have for streaming services, while bringing in some revenue on the side.

The episodes currently available on the channel are from the 2018 time period when Drew Cain (Billy Miller) and Mike Corbin (Max Gail) were forced to adjust to a new normal. Corbin’s storyline is especially a memorable one around that time as it explored the onset of his battle with Alzheimer’s disease. Even though Corbin eventually lost his battle to the disease, it didn’t make his story any less interesting.

All We Know About ABC's “General Hospital Spotlight” FAST Channel

Based on the current schedule guide for the channel, episodes from March 2018, April 2018 and so on will be aired as time goes on, with each episode running for roughly 50 minutes. There will also be commercial breaks similar to their original broadcast.

Even though the episodes are set to be run in order, it will definitely outpace viewing ability as the channel is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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