The CW’s ratings-challenged drama will air its final episode next month. Are you sad to see it go?
Life Unexpected star Ksenia Solo is understandably “upset” that the short-lived series is coming to an end after less than two full seasons. “It’s an amazing show and it has so much heart,” Ksenia told HollywoodLife.com exclusively Dec. 7. “I feel like unfortunately we don’t have any cheerleaders or vampires, and I don’t know if that contributed to why we’re not doing season three.” And although she couldn’t leak any major details about January’s series finale, Ksenia did promise it’ll be “satisfying to the viewers.”
The show isn’t canceled yet, but it’s a bad sign when the lead actress joins a new series!
I’m thinking Sophia Bush, 27, doesn’t have TOO much faith that The CW will renew One Tree Hill for an eighth season next fall. According to The Hollywood Reporter, she just snagged a lead role in the ABC comedy pilot Southern Discomfort. The good news is if One Tree Hill gets renewed, Sophia is committed to it, and Southern Discomfort will have to find a new actress. Read more, watch a clip & vote!
We can’t WAIT for what’s sure to be an epic episode: will Cate ditch her fiancé at the altar for her high school sweetheart?
We’ve been waiting all season for Cate and Nate to reunite, and it looks like we’re about to get our wish! In the episode before the season finale of Life Unexpected, “Father Unfigured,” Cate (Shiri Appleby) must choose whether to be with her gorgeous fiance Ryan (Kerr Smith) or Nate (Kristoffer Polaha), the baby daddy of her 15-year-old daughter, Lux (Britt Roberston). Who will she choose?
Would you be upset if Melrose 2.0 was cancelled?
It’s looking more and more likely that Melrose Place just isn’t the cool apartment complex it once was in the 90’s. Apparently the CW network is still deciding whether the program should be picked up for another season – but things don’t look good for new California kids like Katie Cassidy and Michael Rady.
“We hope Melrose Place picks up steam. We’re gonna air all the episodes in a row,” CW president Dawn Ostroff tells E! Online. “We’ve made the show a little bit lighter, a little happier, a little brighter, and I think we’ve made some good creative changes. We’re going to see how the audience responds.”
90210? The Vampire Diaries? Which teen dramas are on The CW’s chopping block?
Hey CW junkies! Most of you can breathe a sight of relief as The CW is reportedly planning to renew many of your favorite guilty pleasures, according to insider info. from Spoiler TV. Gossip Girl, 90210, Supernatural, America’s Next Top Model, The Vampire Diaries and even Smallville (yes, it’ll be going into its 10th season) are all reportedly going to be back next fall. It pains us to report, however, that a few shows are still “on the bubble” so to speak, and their future at the network looks iffy. Read more & vote for your favorite CW series!
Who knew? Shiri says that living with her teenaged TV daughter has made her want to be more of a grown-up than ever
On CW’s new Gilmore Girls-meets-Juno-esque drama, Life Unexpected star Shiri Appleby plays a mom meeting the long-lost daughter she gave us for adoption as a teenager. Only the daughter, Lux, is now 15 with a mind of her own. Shenanigans ensue, and makes for some pretty gripping TV.
The CW’s Life Unexpected premieres Monday and I can’t wait!
Are you looking for a new favorite show to fill your TiVo? Well look no further because I have the show you’ve been waiting for! Drum roll please… it’s called Life Unexpected and it premieres Jan. 18 on the CW. I guarantee this show will be the hit of 2010! Critics are already giving the show rave reviews calling it, “Juno meets Gilmore Girls.” Read more
Life Unexpected a “new heartwarming family drama”
Alright everyone — get out your Kleenex and brace yourselves for what I believe to be the biggest hit series of 2010! The CW’s Life Unexpected premieres Jan. 19 and it’s what critics are calling, “Juno meets Gilmore Girls.” To sum it up without giving away too much — it’s about a 16-year-old girl named Lux, who is growing up in Portland, Oregon’s foster care system. Lux is sick of bouncing around between foster homes so when she turns 16 she attempts to become legally emancipated (basically becoming an adult 2 years early).
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