On March 5, 2011, Mysteries of Our Lives (MOOL) officially turned the big 1-0. With five completed chapters and over 300 episodes, MOOL has brought a considerable amount of drama, heartache and camp to the screen. From the dysfunctional on-again/off-again romance of Leonard Stone and Rochelle Desmores to the emotional ins and outs of the Keller’s, Lombard’s, Pryce and Pierre families, one never knows what to expect when they open the door to fictional Hallandale, MA. Launched in 2001, Ty Junior was still a junior in high school when he started the daily (5-day a week) e-mail based sudser.
“I had so many ideas, and less inhibitions back then,” reflects Junior. “MOOL was primarily read by peopleRead More »