"Are we going to be OK here?"
That's a line the characters of a horror show don't often ask themselves, but Jane (Rachael Taylor) says it to Henry (Dave Annable) just after moving into The Drake in the series premiere of ABC's 666 Park Avenue.
Gavin (Terry O'Quinn) and Olivia Doran (Vanessa Williams), the owners of the chic Upper East Side apartment building, hire the innocent Midwestern couple to be the building's resident managers.
Unbeknownst to them, the residents have all made deals with the devil to have their desires fulfilled. (And some desires, like in the clip below, are too hot for TV!)
666 Park Avenue is getting a few new residents.
Without a Trace alum Enrique Murciano and One Life to Live's Wendy Moniz have landed multi-episode arcs on the new ABC drama, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
In 666, an innocent Midwestern couple (Dave Annable and Rachael Taylor) get hired as resident managers of an Upper East Side apartment building in New York owned by Gavin (Lost's Terry O'Quinn) and Olivia Doran (Vanessa Williams). Unbeknownst to them, the residents have all made deals with the devil to have their desires fulfilled.
666 Park Avenue's Terry O'Quinn plays a "sharecropper on the plantation of evil"
Murciano (CSI, NCIS) will play...
Terry O'Quinn believes the capacity for evil exists in everyone's "color wheel," and he'll be exercising one shade playing building owner Gavin Doran on ABC's upcoming drama 666 Park Avenue.
"My theory is that Gavin is kind of a sharecropper on the plantation of evil," the actor told reporters Friday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews. "He plants the seeds, but he only gets half the harvest."
Former Desperate Housewives star Vanessa Williams is relocating from Fairview to NYC. Vanessa plays...
"Why just watch if you can feel?" As new-season slogans go, ABC's feels ... well, a bit clingy and demanding. Back off, ABC. I'll feel you when I'm good and ready.
But the proof is in the programming, and ABC's new fall schedule — unveiled during Tuesday's Lincoln Center upfront presentation — feels like something I'll be spending a fair amount of time analyzing, and perhaps even enjoying, in the season to come. (See the full lineup here.)