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If your 1990s poster collection didn't include this hunk ... then we feel bad for you.
Freddie Prinze Jr. was a teen heartthrob back in the glory days, starring in numerous rom-coms as the good guy who wins over the leading lady's heart. From "She's All That" (swoon) to "Down To You" (double swoon) to "Head Over Heels" (triple swoon) to "Summer Catch" (Ok, you get it), Prinze was the actor every young girl dreamt about at night -- along with Leonardo DiCaprio, James Van Der Beek and Justin Timberlake.
Not to mention he married everyone's favorite vampire slayer, Sarah Michelle Gellar, in 2002. They have two kids together, daughter Charlotte, 3, and son Rocky, 9 months.
So let's take a look at all the reasons Why we miss Freddie -- and need him to come back into our lives:
Those dimples (Yeesh!)
Even though he's 37, he can Totally still »
- The Huffington Post
There's conflict, tears, tension and plenty of eye candy in this week's edition of Must-See TV - and that's just the talent shows we're talking about! Read on for a complete rundown of the programmes you need to look out for in the next seven days...
The Borgias: Monday (June 17) at 9pm on Sky Atlantic
We learnt this week that season three of The Borgias will also be its last, so make sure you appreciate every moment you have left in Renaissance-era Rome, where the notorious Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons) is on his deathbed after being poisoned.
With the Borgia family's dominance hanging in the balance, Rodrigo's loved ones set out to uncover the would-be assassin, while Catherina Sforza plots to finally rub them out and the forward-thinking cardinals start jockeying for position.
Watch a trailer for The Borgias below:
Burn Notice: Monday (June 17) at 9pm on Fox »
Father's Day is still a couple weeks away, but James Van Der Beek may have already received the best present a dad could ever get: major props from none other than his wife. Speaking at the Biggest Baby Shower Event hosted by Big City Moms and Fit Pregnancy in NYC on May 30, Kimberly Van Der Beek told Us her husband was "amazing," "manly," "sexy," "sensitive," "honest," "sincere," and -- most important to a young mom -- "very, very hands-on" with their daughter Olivia, 2, and [...] »
The final eight episodes of "Don't Trust The B---- In Apt. 23" have surfaced on Hulu, and although star James Van Der Beek has already moved on to CBS' new midseason sitcom "Friends with Better Lives," the actor admits that his experience on the short-lived ABC comedy was a positive one -- especially since it finally helped him lay his "Dawson's Creek" typecasting to rest.
'It absolutely, I think, took me out of one mold that I'd been in for a while. It's tough to compete with something that was the cultural phenomenon that 'Dawson's Creek' was," Van Der Beek told Vulture in a recent interview. "It ran for so long. That's a lot of hours playing one character in front of people. So it's natural that they associate you with that. And also the nature of television, you're in their living room, so it's even more immediate. I »
- Laura Prudom
Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 was a misfit comedy from the start; it had a naughty word in the title and a protagonist (Krysten Ritter) who was practically a sociopath, and it starred James Van Der Beek, who hadn't been a TV-series regular since Dawson's Creek, as himself. In 2011, ABC cautiously ordered a half season, changing the show's title three times in the process. Don't Trust the B pulled enough viewers to merit a full second season, but when ratings began to sag, the network yanked its eight remaining episodes. Fortunately, the sweet yet cynical comedy has now arrived on Hulu* and iTunes, where all 33 episodes are available for your viewing pleasure. Among those who will be watching: James Van Der Beek. While he's already moved on to a new network comedy, CBS's Friends With Better Lives, the actor retains a soft spot for Don't Trust »
- Gwynne Watkins
We’ve got a few release dates to share today. Briefly: Labor Day – Writer/director Jason Reitman’s drama starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin will hit theaters in limited release on December 25th of this year (just in time for awards season, natch), before expanding wide on January 31st. Exodus – Director Ridley Scott’s Biblical epic about the life of Moses has been dated for a prime holiday release of December 12, 2014, confirming that this will indeed be Scott’s next project. Christian Bale may star. Assassin’s Creed – The feature film adaptation of the popular video game series has been dated for Memorial Day weekend of 2015, with a firm May 22, 2015 release date. Michael Fassbender is producing the film and will also star. Hit the jump for much more on all of the aforementioned projects. All release dates come courtesy of Box Office Mojo. Juno and Up in the Air »
- Adam Chitwood
Fans of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 have a reason to celebrate. The final unaired episodes are available online. There are a lot of people out there who gripe a lot about ABC when it comes to their quick cancel moves (not that this one wasn’t given a decent chance), but this is a cool effort, even if cynics are going to call it a last ditch hope at some ad money, and it’s one that I hope is the start of a growing trend.
With all the possibilities available these days, why wouldn’t you give fans a shot at getting those episodes that never made it to air? Why isn’t everyone doing this?
Check out the full info below, and let me know where you are on this one. Will you watch? Do you not really care anymore since the show is done? »
- Marc Eastman
If you're still aching to see what happened on the final episodes of "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23," you're in luck. At least for the next couple of weeks.
As promised, the eight remaining installments of the canceled ABC comedy will be online at ABC.com, Hulu and iTunes through June 2. They're also available through the Watch ABC mobile app.
The final episodes feature the return of Chloe's (Krysten Ritter) love interest Benjamin (Ben Lawson); June (Dreama Walker) trying to piece together the events of a day she can't remember after Chloe slips something into her drink; and in the final episode, a flashback to Chloe's encounter with the original b**** in apartment 23 (guest star Sarah Wright) and a revelation about James Van Der Beek's dad.
Here's the first of the unaired episodes, titled "The Leak":
Don’t Trust the B—- may be cancelled, but there’s never-before-seen episodes that are now available online. ABC has put eight unaired episodes onto ABC.com.
One of the epiosdes, which was originally planned to run as the show’s second season finale before ABC axed the comedy, is a flashback episode chronicling Chloe’s bitch-origin story. Titled “Original Bitch,” the episode goes back 10 years ago to when Chloe (Krysten Ritter) first moved into Apt. 23 and met a roommate named Trish, who took “Chloe under her wing and her everything she knew about bitch-itude.” Richard Dean Anderson (MacGyver! »
- James Hibberd
The Fall TV Season presentations for all the new network shows take place this week with the fourth announced today. Here's a full breakdown of which concepts have made the final list over on CBS.
The king of the networks easily remains in charge despite "Elementary" being their only fresh hit of last season's new shows. The network's line-up remains fairly stable with only a few key moves such as Thursday being expanded to include two hours of comedy programming, and "Hawaii Five-0" moving to Fridays.
Several other pilots didn't make the cut this week including the series sequel to the "Beverly Hills Cop" movies, a TV version of the comedy "Bad Teacher", the "NCIS" mobile spin-off "NCIS: Red," a procedural based on Leif G.W. Persson's literary homicide detective Everett Backstrom, the Frank Marshall-produced political thriller "The Ordained" about a priest turned lawyer trying to save his sister from assassination, »
- Garth Franklin
CBS just announced its fall schedule, which includes two hours of Thursday comedies (which includes the new Robin Williams comedy The Crazy Ones), a new night for Hawaii 5-0, and back-to-back new dramas on Mondays at 10 to avoid airing repeats throughout the season.
Here is is:
Here are the descriptions of the new shows:
We Are Men is a single-camera comedy about four single guys living in a short-term apartment complex who unexpectedly find camaraderie over their many missteps in love. Carter (Chris Smith), the youngest and most recent addition to the group, moved in after being ditched at the altar mid-ceremony, »
- Lynette Rice
The news about the networks fall schedules is coming hot and fast now. CBS has picked up the James Van Der Beek sitcom Friends With Better Lives, about a group of friends who each think the others have better lives. Really quite literal in terms of title. It’s multi-camera, which tends to be my personal preference on comedies, even if it’s out of style.
Roger Federer and Andy Murray were both asked yesterday what they thought about an out tennis player, and both were confident tennis could handle it. Federer said “I don’t think it would be a problem. We’re very relaxed. We don’t play a team sport and see each other all the time. … We’re very open. So whatever happens, happens. I don’t know if there »
- Ed Kennedy
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- Maria Mercedes Lara
Uncry those James Van Der Beek tears you wept with the unceremonious cancelation of Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 — the Beek is returning to TV. Insiders say CBS has given a series order for Friends with Better Lives, a multi-camera sitcom about "a group of thirty-something friends who each think the other has it better." Van Der Beek will play a gynecologist. The show will also feature Brooklyn Decker and Kevin Connolly. »
- Zach Dionne
CBS is continuing to add to its comedy stable, ordering its fifth sitcom for the 2013-14 season on Sunday (May 11).
"Friends With Better Lives," from "Friends" producer Dana Klein, is a traditional multi-cam centered on a group of thirtysomething friends who each think the other has it better. Playing those friends? James Van Der Beek, Kevin Connolly ("Entourage"), Brooklyn Decker ("Battleship"), Rick Donald (Australia's "Home and Away"), Zoe Lister Jones ("Whitney") and Majandra Delfino ("Roswell").
Along with "Friends With Better Lives," the Tiffany Network has ordered Chuck Loore's "Mom," Tony Shalhoub vehicle "We Are Men,' Robin Williams-Sarah Michelle Gellar starrer "Crazy Ones" and Will Arnett's latest, "The Millers."
CBS is bulking up on comedy as it's prepping for "How I Met Your Mother" to end after next year's ninth season. The network failed to have a new comedy stick this season, with "Partners" fizzling fast and »
CBS has sent two more pilots to series for the 2013-2014 season, picking up the legal drama "Reckless" and the James Van Der Beek comedy "Friends With Better Lives." Cam Gigandet stars in "Reckless" as a fish-out-of-water litigator who goes South to Charleston for a case involving a police sex scandal and becomes involved with the local city attorney, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Reckless" is a "Twilight" reunion of sorts, since Gigandet was directed in the pilot by Catherine Hardwicke, who will also serve as an executive producer on the Dana Stevens-scripted drama. Co-stars include Shawn Hatosy, »
- HitFix Staff
James Van Der Beek is back in action. CBS has ordered the comedy pilot "Friends With Better Lives," which stars Van Der Beek, to series. Van Der Beek most recently starred in the comedy "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23," which was pulled from ABC's schedule in January. The multi-camera series, which comes from 20th Century Fox Television in association with Kapital Entertainment, revolves around a group of 30-something friends who each think the other has it better. Brooklyn Decker, Rick Donald, Kevin Connolly, Zoe Lister Jones and Majandra Delfino also star. »
- Tim Kenneally
CBS has given a series order to multi-camera comedy pilot Friends With Better Lives, which I hear CBS topper Les Moonves, who developed Friends back in his Warner Bros. days, had been hailing as a potential new incarnation of the blockbuster NBC comedy. With its setup as a young ensemble, Friends With Better Lives could certainly become a successor to CBS’ departing comedy How I Met Your Mother. Written by Dana Klein and directed by James Burrows, Friends With Better Lives revolves around a group of 30-something friends who each think the other has it better. I hear the series pickup deal came after 48 hours of intense negotiations, spearheaded by executive producer Aaron Kaplan of Kapital Entertainment. He is exec producing Friends with Klein for 20th Century Fox TV. The ensemble cast includes James Van Der Beek, Brooklyn Decker, Rick Donald, Kevin Connolly, Zoe Lister Jones, Majandra Delfino. Friends With Better Lives »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
For a few days there, things weren’t looking so hot for The Beek.
His new sitcom project Friends with Better Lives wasn’t given a series order by CBS last week along with the rest of the network’s picked-up comedy pilots. Coming after the cancellation of his ABC comedy Don’t Trust the B—, we were starting to think next season would be utterly Beek-free. But now there’s this news: CBS has given the pilot a series greenlight.
- James Hibberd
CBS is adding even more comedies to its roster, picking up its fifth half-hour vehicle Sunday with a series order to Friends With Better Lives. From Friends producer Dana Klein, the multicamera offering centers on a group of thirtysomething friends who each think the other has it better. Photos: Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2013-14 Entourage's Kevin Connolly, Apartment 23's James Van Der Beek and Battleship's Brooklyn Decker star in the 20th Television entry. Klein penned the pilot and executive produces along with Kapital Entertainment's Aaron Kaplan. James Burrows directed the pilot. Rick Donald, Zoe Lister Jones and Majandra
- Lesley Goldberg
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