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As TV Guide Magazine previously broke, the heat is gonna be on Aria and friends when ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars returns in June. Here's an exclusive first look at Rosewood's newest (and perfectly monikered) law-enforcement officer, played by Sean Faris (The Vampire Diaries).
"This season on Pretty Little Liars, I'm playing Pennsylvania State Police Detective Gabriel Holbrook," reveals Faris. His character will be paired with Nip/Tuck vet Roma Maffia's Det. Linda Tanner "to investigate some of the mysteries that seem to elude the local police."
Fresh off of whatever they saw in the trunk at the end of Tuesday's Pretty Little Liars season finale, those law-breakers have a new problem to deal with! TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that Sean Faris has been cast on ABC family's hit teen mystery in the recurring role of Pennsylvania state police officer Gabriel Holbrook.
Laurence Fishburne is adapting the best-selling novel The Alchemist into a feature film fancied as "Harry Potter meets Indiana Jones." Fishburne will also direct.... Rapper 50 Cent is in final talks to join Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in the crime thriller Righteous Kill, playing a drug dealer who helps track a serial killer.... Djimon Hounsou is a mixed-martial-arts coach in Get Some, an indie drama also starring Sean Faris, Amber Heard (Hidden Palms) and Cam Gigandet (The O.C.).... Alfred Hitchcock's first film, The Lodger, is being remade as a modern-day urban thriller set in Los Angeles.... Oliver Platt will play television exec Bob Zelnick in Ron Howard's Frost/Nixon film.
Reunion1993 Soundtrack: Gin Blossoms "Hey Jealousy"; Spin Doctors "Two Princes"; Soul Asylum "Runaway Train"; R.E.M. "Everybody Hurts"
Craig and his lying old "I'm in a wheelchair" self showed up at Sam's grave on her birthday. Will shows up as well, and they are confronted by some kid who is glad that Sam's dead. After they awkwardly segue back to 1993, we find out that a pill-popping Sam had thought she caused his mother’s death. But we can all rest — she's a good doctor. You know how I pretty much go on and on about Sam and Will's chemistry? Well, I always feel justified every time I see scenes between Alexa Davalos and Will Estes. When Sam confessed her pill addiction to Will, it was like practice for w
Those teen ne'er-do-wells on The O.C. have a new neighbor this season, and one that is different in so many ways. Fox's Reunion, premiering tonight at 9 pm/ET, spins a murder mystery involving six friends and told in flashbacks encompassing one year per episode, inching forward each week as it gradually revealing not just whodunit, but who was done in.
The concept, while bold, begs big questions. Like, how do you do a murder mystery while keeping the victim's identity under wraps? (The deceased is referred to in present day as, well, "the deceased.") And what happens in Season 2, if there is one? Luckily, creator/executive producer Jon Harmon Feldman is armed with answers. Addressing the latter, most-asked question, he says, "If we're lucky and get to Season 2, the goal would be to use one of our [original six] characters to transition to a new group of friends and tel
Question: I am really excited about the new Fox show Reunion and am curious to see how the concept of each episode depicting a year in the life of the characters works out. Do you have any ideas how they will be able to do a second season if it becomes a hit? Will they have a whole new story line and cast? I hope not, especially since I love Sean Faris and Will Estes.
Answer: First things first. Reunion is airing Thursdays at 9 pm/ET against a few monster hits, and its likelihood of surviving the first season is problematic at best. That said, I liked the concept as well, and when Fox presents its new programming next week at the end of the critics' summer press tour, I imagine that very question will come up. At the moment, I'm not even all that sure how this freshman season will play out, let alone the sophomore one ...