Trouble in Paradise? Sutton tells HollywoodLife.com to expect a season finale that will leave viewers asking, ‘Now what?’
Showgirl-turned-widow-turned-mentor Michelle (Sutton Foster) has faced her fair share of trials on the first season of ABC Family’s Bunheads — from a disapproving mother-in-law to a disagreeable pantsuit — but she tells HollywoodLife.com to brace for Michelle’s biggest trial yet on the Feb. 25 season finale: an uncertain future! “What I find interesting about the finale is that it opens a whole new door,” Sutton tells us. “A whole new avenue is being opened up, so we’re sort of leaving viewers thinking, ‘Now what?'”
Jeanine reveals more tension between Cosette & Ginny, as well as a surprise romance on the horizon.
There’s trouble in Paradise — and it goes by the name Cosette. Hollywoodlife.com chatted with Bunheads‘ new troublemaker Jeanine Mason about how Cosette and brother Frankie (Niko Pepaj) will be “shaking things up” at the dance academy, including an unexpected effect the siblings will have on Ginny (Bailey Buntain)!
‘Pretty Little Liars,’ ‘The Lying Game,’ ‘Switched At Birth’ and ‘Bunheads’ will all return with new episodes in Jan. 2013!
ABC Family junkies, prepare yourselves for sensory overload: The second season of Switched At Birth premieres Jan. 7 at 8 p.m., before the return of new Bunheads episodes at 9 p.m. The following night, Jan. 8, will bring the return of Pretty Little Liars at 8 p.m., followed by the second season premiere of The Lying Game at 9 p.m.!
Happy hump day! Let’s party. Now that the fall TV season is officially in full swing, I’m bringing back my weekly Spoiler Party, a collection of mini-scoops from some of my favorite shows. This week, I’ve got exclusive details on Melissa’s return to Pretty Little Liars, Henry’s new dilemma on 666 Park Avenue, a potential Suburgatory exit, and more!…
Bailey gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on her episode of ‘The Middle,’ airing Oct. 3 at 8 p.m.
Bunheads star Bailey Buntain is leaving Paradise behind for a new adventure in The Middle, and she tells HollywoodLife.com she couldn’t be more excited. “I’m such a big fan,” Bailey says of the ABC hit-com. “I’ve watched it since the first season, so that just added more pressure.”
Do you think it’s too soon for Michelle to be moving on from Hubbell?
Is it just me, or is Paradise starting to look more like the Twilight Zone every week? The June 25 episode of Bunheads found Michelle (Sutton Foster) handcuffed in the back of a squad car after attempting to drive down a “private” road, though she’d never know it was private because it was unmarked — a point she beat into the policemen’s heads until she was blue in the face.
When a major crisis hits Paradise, Michelle is forced to find herself — again.
For the second week in a row, Bunheads proved it owns all of our emotions; but while last week’s pilot made us think through laughter, the June 18 episode worked our tear ducts. While this definitely wasn’t the same Bunheads we were presented with last Monday, it was an important episode — for the viewers and for Michelle (Sutton Foster).
Amy Sherman-Palladino thinks it’s wrong for Shonda to attack her show — or any show, for that matter. Which creator do you side with?
Bunheads creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has never been afraid to speak her mind, so it’s no surprise she’s got some choice words for Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, who just last week accused ABC Family’s new ballet-centric series of lacking diversity. “I think it’s a shame,” Amy tells Media Mayhem. “I wouldn’t go after another woman. Frankly, I wouldn’t go after another show.”
What did you think of ABC Family’s newest series? Read our recap & give us your review!
Here’s a question for all you single ladies: Have you ever been so desperate that you’d actually consider dating a stalker? That’s the situation Las Vegas showgirl Michelle (Sutton Foster) found herself in on the June 11 series premiere of Bunheads, except she didn’t just date her stalker, Hubbell (Alan Ruck) — she married him!
‘Bunheads’ premieres at 9 p.m. tonight on ABC Family! Read our full interview with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.
It’s a well-kept secret that adults are just as clueless about their futures as teenagers, and ABC Family is finally blowing that secret out of the water with its new series Bunheads. I’ve already fallen in love with the story of down-on-her-luck dancer Michelle (Sutton Foster), but creator Amy Sherman-Palladino — the brilliant, top-hatted mind behind Gilmore Girls — was more than happy to offer HollywoodLife.com readers a few more reasons to watch.
Get the latest scoop on some of your favorite summer shows, including ‘Teen Wolf ‘ and ‘The L.A. Complex.’
Summer TV is already in full swing, and I know you’re dying to find out what’s happening next on your favorite guilty pleasures. This week’s Spoiler Party has scoop on the most dysfunctional couple of The L.A. Complex‘s just-announced second season, the major mystery of Teen Wolf‘s current season, and so much more.
ABC Family’s new series premieres July 11, but HollywoodLife.com has your chance to watch it now!
If you’re a regular HollywoodLife.com reader, you should already know how much I love ABC Family’s Bunheads, a new hour-long drama in which Broadway vet Sutton Foster plays a Vegas showgirl-turned-dance instructor. And now you can fall in love with the new series for yourself!
Prepare to spend your summer falling in love with Sutton as a plucky Vegas showgirl awkwardly dancing her way through life.
2012 is shaping up to be a heck of a year for Broadway vets-turned-TV stars. Megan Hilty wowed us on Smash, Andrew Rannells is garnering buzz for The New Normal, and this summer, Sutton Foster will make her leading-lady debut as the star of ABC Family’s Bunheads. I check out the first episode of the dance-themed drama, premiering June 11 at 9 p.m., and trust me — you’ll want to check it out.