Former Days of Our Lives star Krista Allen will guest-star on the freshman season of TNT's new drama Perception, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Perception stars Will & Grace's Eric McCormack as Dr. Daniel Pierce, an eccentric neuroscientist and university professor who helps the FBI solve complex criminal cases.
Allen will play Allison Bannister, a wealthy alumna/widow who is a fan of Pierce's work...
So this online stuff is pretty messed up, huh?
Last night, ABC Family debuted its original movie Cyberbu//y and if you didn't see it, you probably should. And if you have kids, ya definitely should. Because it turns out that those Kardashian sex tapes and sad Live Journal fanfic forums aren't the Internet's biggest problems. Online bullying is.
Charting one teen's nightmarish run-in with cyber taunts from bitchy classmates and strangers alike (including a fake suitor created by a jealous pal), this unsettling, at times heartbreaking, flick was like the anti-Social Network. Instead of showing how fun sites like Facebook or Twitter can be, we got to see how ferocious the web can get...
In the fight against teen bullying, the very special TV movie is the obvious next step — hence, ABC Family's Cyberbully.
For Emily Osment, playing a tortured teen was emotionally draining. "The hardest thing was being on set every day and having to get into the state of mind where I was crying," Osment tells TVGuide.com. "It was emotionally strenuous."
TNT has renewed gritty cop drama Southland for a 10-episode fourth season, the network announced Tuesday.
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"John Wells, Chris Chulack and their teams created a brilliant roller coaster ride this season, with countless riveting scenes and unforgettable character arcs," Michael Wright, executive vice president and head of programming for TNT said in a statement.
The roller coaster metaphor is apt...
After four seasons and countless fistfights, the soap headed into the sunset, and we take a look back on its juiciest twists.1)"Welcome to the O.C., Bitch! Premiere (August 5, 2003) Lukes bon mot to new punching-bag-in-town Ryan (Benjamin McKenzie) quickly became the signature line of the series. Says Schwartz, Kids from Orange County say theyre from the O.C. like its the Ukraine. I always found it funny so I gave Luke that line.2) Marissa Dies The Graduates (May 18, 2006) Marissa (Mischa Barton) died in Ryans arms after being run off the road by her bad-boy ex Volchok in Season 3s shocking finale. Despite what the rumor mill would have you think, Schwartz contends that the tragedy was not dictated by anyones off-set antics: Losing Marissaand Mischawas a big loss for the show.3) Julies Affair With Luke The Telenovela (February 25, 2004) Jaws...