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ABC Family Orders New Raven-Symoné Series

Raven-Symone

ABC Family picked up three new series Monday, including a comedy starring longtime Disney star Raven-Symoné.

The Great State of Georgia is a half-hour comedy centered on an aspiring actress with a big personality named Georgia (Symoné), trying to make headway in New York with her science geek best friend. Roswell's Majandra Delfino will also star. The show is executive-produced by Kirk J. Rudell (Will & Grace) and best-selling author Jennifer Weiner (Good in Bed, In Her Shoes).

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More Secrets of the Pretty Little Liars Revealed

Lucy Hale and Ian Harding

The Pretty Little Liars may not have a clue as to who "A" really is, but series executive-producer Marlene King knows all. So while we wait for Ezra and Aria to embark on their first real date tonight (8/7c, ABC Family), we're gonna wrap up our chat with King about what's coming up and who might not make it to the season finale... read more

ABC Family Renews Pretty Little Liars and Secret Life

Pretty Little Liars, Secret Life of the American Teenager

ABC Family has renewed Pretty Little Liars and Secret Life of the American Teenager, the network announced Monday.

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ABC Family President Michael Riley made the announcement at the Television Critics Association's winter previews.

Pretty Little Liars
, which is airing the second half of its first season, was picked up for a second season. The news follows the show's recent winter premiere, which drew a series-high 4.2 million viewers... read more

ABC Family Acquires TV Rights to Final Two Harry Potter Films

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

ABC Family has acquired the television rights to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and Part 2, the network announced Monday.

Part 1 of the epic finale, which earned $125.1 million domestically in its premiere weekend, will debut on ABC Family in... read more

Practical Magic Reboot in the Works at ABC Family

Practical Magic

ABC Family is developing a TV adaptation of the 1998 film Practical Magic, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The remake, based on a novel by Alice Hoffman, is in the early stages... read more

ABC Family Pulls Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights has been dumped by ABC Family.

Repeats of the football drama starring Emmy nominees Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton failed to... read more

ABC Family Developing Movie About Lesbian Teen Who Was Banned from Prom

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ABC Family is developing a TV movie about the lesbian teenager who made national news after her high school banned her from the prom, network reps say.

Constance McMillen, an 18-year-old student from Mississippi, challenged the local school board for its rules that prevented her from bringing her girlfriend. The school ultimately canceled the April 2 prom after McMillen's request.

Lesbian teen receives $30,000 check on Ellen after prom cancellation

The American Civil Liberties Union successfully sued the school on McMillen's behalf, and she was awarded... read more

ABC Family Cancels Huge

Huge

Huge just wasn't big enough for ABC Family.

Huge, which centered on eight kids sent to weight-loss camp, has been canceled, network reps confirm.

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Huge, starring Nikki Blonsky and Hayley Hasselhoff, averaged... read more

ABC Family Greenlights Three New Pilots

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To bolster a lineup that features Pretty Little Liars and Melissa & Joey, ABC Family greenlighted three pilots Tuesday.

"Adding depth to the network's original programming slate is one of our biggest priorities going into next year," said Michael Riley, president of ABC Family.

Melissa Joan Hart returns to Dancing on Melissa & Joey

Nine Lives is based on... read more

Watercooler: The VMAs Were Far From Award-Worthy

Chelsea Handler

Let's not be too harsh on Chelsea Handler. It wasn't all her fault that the VMA's stank this year.

No, there was a lot wrong with last night's show. First off, about 90% of the performances were autotuned monstrosities — none worse than Best New Artist zygote Justin Bieber, who took to a stage outside of L.A.'s Nokia Theatre for a mall tour-caliber rendition of his hit, "Baby," which sounded like he was singing through an airplane propeller. Kid was more dubbed than a Godzilla movie... read more

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