Marisol Nichols, Benjamin Bratt
Should Addison and Jake fans be worried?
GCB alum Marisol Nichols has landed a guest-starring role on Private Practice, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Exclusive Private Practice First Look: Alfre Woodard, Richard Roundtree come to town!
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ABC Family let its cat-powered new teen drama out of the bag last night and from the fun, fast-paced pilot, we're inclined to say that Pretty Little Liars (which kicked off its second season in killer style an hour earlier) has quite the fitting companion piece. It's not PLL-level addictive yet, but it's far from a runt.
Starring the immensely charismatic Skyler Samuels, Nine Lives of Chloe King tells the tail, er, tale of a quirky teen who...
The Nine Lives of Chloe King
Chloe King may look like your average teenager, but there's nothing ordinary about her.
As ABC Family prepares to launch their latest series The Nine Lives of Chloe King, TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look.
The one-hour drama focuses on a girl who begins developing heightened abilities on her birthday and realizes she's being pursued by a mysterious person. Chloe (The Gates' Skyler Samuels) soon discovers she's part of an ancient race that has been hunted by human assassins, and she may be their only hope for survival. In this recently released photo, Chloe looks like saving the world ain't so bad.
Pretty Little Liars
ABC Family announced an ambitious summer slate Monday that includes a series about being switched at birth, Raven-Symoné's headlining comedy and the return of Pretty Little Liars.
Leading off on Monday, June 6 at 9/8c is Switched at Birth. The one-hour drama follows two teens, Daphne and Bay, from different backgrounds who learn they were accidentally switched as newborns in the hospital. The families eventually meet and must learn how to live together. Newcomer Katie Leclerc plays Daphne and Vanessa Marano (Gilmore Girls) is Bay. Lea Thompson (Back to the Future), Constance Marie (George Lopez), D.W. Moffett (Friday Night Lights) and High School Musical's Lucas Grabeel co-star.
Ashley Judd likely will make a return to the small screen in ABC's Missing, Deadline.com reports.
Formerly titled Safe and Hall of Mirrors, the series follows former CIA agent Becca Winstone (Judd) who travels to Europe to find her son after he disappears in Italy while abroad for an internship.
ABC orders drama series Missing for summer
Chandra West, RonReaco Lee, Kiele Sanchez and John Diehl have joined the Burn Notice prequel TV movie, USA confirms.
Jeffrey Donovan to direct Burn Notice's Sam Axe prequel
Directed by Jeffrey Donovan, who plays Michael Westen on the spy series, the movie follows Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell) on his last mission in the military in 2005: He is sent to Colombia after rebels make trouble for the locally stationed troops.
West (The Gates) will play Sam's new ...
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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The drama Switched at Birth follows...
ABC has ordered drama series Missing to premiere this summer, the network announced Thursday.
Formerly titled Safe and Hall of Mirrors, Missing follows a former CIA agent who travels to Europe to find her son after he disappears in Italy while abroad for an internship. The project was written by Greg Poirier (National Treasure: Book of Secrets) and is executive-produced by Gina Matthews and Grant Scharbo (The Gates).
ABC orders Pan Am, Edgar Allan Poe pilots
The network is also in the midst of ordering pilots for the 2011-12 season. On Wednesday, ABC ordered the...
True Blood is amping up the girl power for Season 4.
The HBO drama is promoting Jessica Tuck to a series regular and adding three new actresses, Deadline reports.
Tuck, 47, has recurred since the show's inception as...
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Question: I'd argue that Mad Men's recently wrapped fourth season was perhaps its finest to date, but I'm disappointed with the way the writers treated Betty throughout the season. Betty was easily one of my favorite characters during the first three years of the show, and I was thrilled when January Jones finally received an overdue Emmy nomination for her stellar work. However, not only was the actress sorely underused this past season, but she was asked to play Betty as a one-note shrew for the majority of her screen time. There were glimpses of the broken woman inside the monster here and there, but unfortunately I think Matthew Weiner has turned Betty into a character Mad Men fans love to hate. I can't help but view this as a waste of a great actress and a potentially fascinating character. What's your take on Betty now that season 4 is over? Can she be redeemed in the eyes of fans next year, or has the character outlived her usefulness now that both she and Don have moved on? — Donnie