Tuesdays on ABC Family are getting more and more Twisted
Now midway through its freshman season, Twisted stars Nickelodeon alum Avan Jogia as Danny Desai, an outcast returning to school after spending years in juvie for killing his aunt. But this is no "fish out of water" story. On the heels of Danny's return to school in the premiere, popular Queen Bee Regina (Karynn Moore) turns up dead. Is Danny involved in this death too? And what was his reasoning for killing his aunt while on a play date with best friends Jo (Maddie Hasson) and Lacey (Kylie Bunbury) all those years ago? We checked in with Jogia to get some insight into his enigmatic and, well, twisted character.
In the new mystery series Twisted, teen Danny (Avan Jogia) returns home after five years in juvie. The outcast tries to reunite with his best friends (Maddie Hasson and Kylie Bunbury) and smooth things over with his mom (Denise Richards). But when a classmate is found dead, Danny becomes the prime suspect. Creator and executive producer Adam Milch explains why we should get looped in to Twisted...
One of the biggest finds during The Finder's brief run on Fox was child actress Maddie Hasson, who played delinquent gypsy girl, Willa.
Hasson has now landed her first role since wrapping The Finder — she'll appear in an upcoming episode of NBC's Grimm as a character very similar to wayward Willa.
It's more than a bit ironic that the set of Fox's new drama series The Finder is, well... so darn hard to find. That's probably because the last place anyone would expect to discover a Florida Keys dive bar would be in the middle of a chilly Los Angeles oil field. But sure enough, in a well-lit clearing at the tail end of a dusty trail of pumping derricks, the cameras are rolling on a night scene that finds stars Geoff Stults, Michael Clarke Duncan and Mercedes Masöhn throwing back beers after wrapping their characters' case of the week.
At nearly 6-foot-4 and with perpetual scruff, rugged 34-year-old Stults looks just like the kind of dude who'd work out of a bar in the middle of nowhere, or — as the watering hole is dubbed — The Ends of the Earth.
Stults plays Walter Sherman, an Iraq War veteran-turned-finder of lost people and things. Offering a tour of the set, he explains, "We have the...
There's a deadly serious competition brewing this calendar year regarding a peculiar sort of bragging right: Who has the worst new comedy of 2012? Is it ABC, with the clumsy drag farce Work It? NBC, with the shrill swill of Are You There, Chelsea? (Fox doesn't enter the fray until this weekend with the launch of the negligible animated ...