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Brett’s character, Henry, will arrive at Denver Memorial Hospital for a lung transplant, HollywoodLife.com has learned.
For those suffering from L.A. Complex withdrawal, myself included, it looks like Emily Owens, M.D., might have a cure! HollywoodLife.com has learned that Brett Dier — who appeared on the second season of The L.A. Complex as Abby’s Saying Grace co-star — will play Henry, a cystic fibrosis patient in need of a lung transplant, on an upcoming episode of The CW’s freshman medical drama.
Cassie weighs in: Is Abby gone for good? (Stop reading if you haven’t watched the second season finale of ‘The L.A. Complex!’)
When we first met Abby (Cassie Steele) on The L.A. Complex, she was a starry-eyed girl ditching her Canadian boyfriend for the lights and promises of Los Angeles. But the second season finale found Abby coming full circle, choosing to leave L.A. behind for a new life in Germany with husband Gray (Steve Byers). Cassie spoke to HollywoodLife.com about Abby’s departure and the prospects of a third season for the fan-favorite drama.
Cassie gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on all the impending drama this season. Also, we talk about Pokemon.
If you thought the first season of The L.A. Complex was bats**t crazy, you haven’t seen anything yet! Season two, which continues at 9 p.m. tonight on The CW, finds the residents of The Lux deeper in the hole than ever before — and there, at the center of the madness, is Cassie Steele. She tells HollywoodLife.com what we can expect from Abby next (she’s got a secret!) and how she really feels about Abby’s awkward relationship with Nick (Joe Dinicol).
Who’s getting hitched? Who’s coming back from the dead? I’ve got answers to those questions and more in this week’s Spoiler Party!
Happy Hump Day! It’s raining kitties and puppies — at least it is here in New York — and I’ve got an umbrella of spoilers for you to hide under! (Note to self: Work on better metaphors.) Read on for some exclusive scoop on your favorite shows (and mine!)
It’s official: No TV couple is safe! Read on for my exclusive scoop on ‘True Blood,’ ‘Jane By Design’ and more.
Happy Hump Day! Now that the summer holiday is behind us, my weekly Spoiler Parties can officially commence — and things are not looking good for some of my (and your) favorite TV couples.
We’re just 11 days away from the return of ‘The L.A. Complex,’ so let’s celebrate with some spoilers!
Self-mutilation, porn, arson — and that was just season one! The L.A. Complex returns for an even more twisted second season July 17 on The CW, and HollywoodLife.com has the scoop on all the insane drama to come.
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.
Plus, I’ve got bad news for all you fans of Sookie & Eric on ‘True Blood.’
The current TV season may be reaching its very end, but don’t forget there’s a whole slew of summers shows on the horizon! From Pretty Little Liars to True Blood, this week’s “Spoiler Party” has all the scoop your favorite upcoming summer series.
Who’s hooking up, breaking up, and getting beat up on your favorite shows? Keep reading for the answers!
This week’s Spoiler Party is all about the drama, with fresh scoop on the season finales of Glee and Degrassi; the season premiere of Pretty Little Liars; and a look at what’s to come on new episodes of Jane By Design and The L.A. Complex. There are high moments, low moments — and in the case of Jane‘s Billy (Nick Roux) — incredibly awkward moments. Let’s begin!
The stars of ‘Smash,’ ‘Make It Or Break It’ & more tease what’s to come as their seasons — and series — come to a close.
Season finales are always bittersweet occasions. While I’m sad to see some of my favorite shows say goodbye for the summer, I’m also excited to see the epic cliffhangers they all have in store for us. And since this week is bringing us some of the season’s most intense finales — The Vampire Diaries, Once Upon A Time, Smash and the very last episode of Make It Or Break It — I couldn’t resist sharing some scoop with you.
Happy hump day, fellow TV addicts! Allow me to break up your week with scoop on five of your (and my) favorite shows.
Now that we’ve officially entered May sweeps, our favorite shows are readying their most outrageous story lines — so I figured this would be the perfect day for my first-ever Spoiler Party, a collection of scoops that didn’t quite make their way into stories on HollywoodLife.com. So let’s get started, shall we?
Plus, Abby becomes a prostitute! (And they say L.A. doesn’t change people…) Maybe I have a sixth sense for this sort of thing, but I knew Kaldrick King (Andra Fuller) was gay the moment he appeared on the May 1 episode of The L.A. Complex. The fact that he dropped lines like “come get my…
Ben tells HollywoodLife.com that Tariq’s ‘all work and no play’ lifestyle is finally about to end — but there’s a dangerous catch.
Tariq’s (Ben Watson) career in the hop-hop industry is taking off, but because no one can have the best of both worlds on The L.A. Complex, his personal life is about to take a major hit on the May 1 episode. “At the end of the day, we’re all human beings and we all need love,” Ben tells HollywoodLife.com. “It may be a forbidden love, but we’re in 2012 now. Nothing’s really forbidden in love, anymore.”