Rerun rights to THE DOCTORS, which ran on NBC-TV from 1963-82, has been picked up by Lucen Productions and will air on Retro TV, which is available in most markets. Matthew Golden, Luken's Vice President of Production, said in a statement, "The Doctors is one of the greatest examples of the soap opera format in its prime, loved by critics and audiences alike. We're thrilled to return this classic series to the air, and bring its exciting, engaging storylines back to our audience's daily lives." Alec Baldwin, Kathy Bates, Ted Dansen, and Kathleen Turner, along with daytime vets including Elizabeth Hubbard (Lucinda, AS THE WORLD TURNS), Kim Zimmer (Reva, GUIDING LIGHT) and Hillary B. Smith (Nora, ONE LIFE TO LIVE) are among the well-known names that appeared on the soap. It is expected to begin running later this year.