For such a small town, the citizens of Paradise sure have a lot of relationship drama! Throughout the first half of Bunheads' debut season, Michelle, Fanny and their pointe-shoed protégés got themselves into an array of dating scenarios — from a suddenly deceased ex-husband to paramours with peg legs.
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Before the ABC Family series returns on Monday, Jan. 7 at 9/8c, catch up on all the ups and downs of the ballerinas' love lives in this exclusive clip!
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Pretty Little Liars, Bunheads, Switched at Birth and The Lying Game will return in early January 2013, ABC Family announced Monday.
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The Secret Life of the American Teenager has been canceled, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Its current fifth season will be its last, with the final 12 episodes airing in March 2013.
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11. Say It, Don't Spray It Award: It's finally time for the big Nutcracker performance at Fanny's dance studio, but since this is the summer finale of Bunheads, things can't go off without a hitch. Michelle tries her best to help the dancers get ready for the next act, but when she means to dose them with some extra hairspray, she accidentally sprays them all — and herself — with mace and finds herself in some major hot water with the dancers' parents. Was a little frizz really worth the trouble?
10. Empty Promises Award: When guests cancel a talk show appearance, most shows scramble to...
Good news and bad news out of ABC Family on Friday.
The network has ordered additional episodes of Bunheads, while renewing Melissa & Joey, Baby Daddy and Switched at Birth. Jane by Design, however, was...
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14. The Miracle of Breastfeeding, Part 1: On Beverly Hills Nannies, veteran "manny" Justin isn't prepared when stay-at-home mom Marika asks him to organize her breast milk by date and ounces in a "dead-body deep-freezer of milk." "Are you stocking up for the apocalypse?" Justin asks upon seeing it already halfway filled with his boss' breast-crements. Marika is offended that Justin is so squeamish about her hoard milk, but shouldn't she have been more...
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Question: I've been mulling over the ending of The Killing for a week now. Up until the series finale (which is what it should be), I was convinced that the writers hadn't known who the killer would be when they started the series. This was always a pet peeve of mine with soap operas. How can you plot a murder without a murderer? The main problem with this is that the actor playing the murderer doesn't have the background knowledge to act his or her scenes. Though using twice as many episodes as they needed, I could sort of see in the finale how they were setting things up. To truly see if that's the case, I'd have to re-watch the first couple of episodes, which I don't want to do.
Yes, we must admit that the first few minutes of Bunheads were a little iffy (Michelle married her stalker! And we're supposed to be OK with that?). But by the end of the first episode, the ABC Family series hit its groove and started focusing on what it does best: heartfelt comedy, drama and dance! Still not convinced? Here are five reasons to give the fledgling series a chance — or at least a spot on your DVR queue.
Bunheads creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is defending her new ABC Family series after it was criticized last week by Grey's Anatomy's Shonda Rhimes for a lack of ethnic diversity.