Lucy Kate Hale
As the charming CW comedy Privileged (Tuesdays at 9 pm/ET) unspools its final freshman-season episodes, Rose will find herself ready to make a change — one that could forever alter her relationship with twin sis Sage. Lucy Kate Hale teased the twists and turns ahead, as well as weighed in on the "mean people" who booed NBC's Bionic Woman, to whom she played sis.
TVGuide.com: What's your favorite thing about Rose? And what would you change about her?
Lucy Kate Hale: My favorite thing about her is she's genuine and vulnerable. She wears her heart on her sleeve. The one thing I'd change is that she becomes more independent and creates more of an identity for herself.
TVGuide.com: I have that exact teaser here on my desk: "Rose makes a move to become more independent in the last two episodes [airing Feb. 10 and 24]."
Hale: Yeah, and it's a big change. It will be sad for fans of the twins and ...
JoAnna Garcia (Welcome to the Captain Reba) has landed the lead role in How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls, a CW pilot about a Yale-educated woman who is hired to move to Palm Beach and serve as the live-in tutor to a pair of rich heiresses.Channeling Paris and Nicky will be Lucy Hale (Bionic Woman) and Ashley Newbrough. As previously reported, Hidden Palms' Michael Cassidy will play Garcia's beau. MWM