9 items from 2012
On a flight home to Chicago for a family wedding, childhood friends Josh (Shane McRae) and Molly (Aubrey Dollar) innocently agree to fake a wedding engagement to make Josh's dying father happy. However, things get out of hand with their two boisterous families and the couple find themselves obliged to play a phoney wedding. When the playacting begins to foster real feelings, they must make some serious decisions: split up and return to their lives in La »
We’ve been telling you that ABC‘s new series 666 Park Avenue is dark, creepy goodness, but we have a lot to learn about the show, even after screening the pilot. Word is that we’ll be seeing a number of people moving in and “out” of the luxurious digs throughout the season.
TV Guide is reporting three of those names on the register: Aubrey Dollar, Mili Avital, and Mike Doyle. Ms. Dollar will be playing Annie, an obituary writer who wants to move beyond that niche, and whom we will be seeing in Episode 4. Mili Avital will be playing a woman who is longing for romance but has a dark secret. Ooo!
Mike Doyle is reportedly playing a character who is “a powerful adversary” to Terry O’Quinn‘s Gavin. He’ll debut in the second episode and will be a recurring character. Oh dear. We’re imagining having »
- Erin Willard
Forget the traditional gold: Doctor Who is getting something really special for its 50th anniversary.
To mark the auspicious occasion, the BBC has commissioned a 90-minute event called An Adventure in Space and Time, reports BBC News.
The one-off special, written by regular Who scribe Mark Gatiss, will chronicle the real-life birth of the sci-fi franchise in the early 1960s.
“This is the story of how an unlikely set of brilliant people created a true television original,” said Gatiss, adding that he plans to explore how actor »
- Vlada Gelman
ABC's Sunday nights have just gotten a bit more star power as additional potential victims have been cast in the upcoming horror series "666 Park Avenue." Read on to find out who the next poor souls with dark secrets will be.
According to TV Guide, Aubrey Dollar, whose credits include “Guiding Light,” “Women’s Murder Club” and “Weeds,” will play the recurring role of Annie, an obituary writer who yearns to be a real journalist. She’ll first pop up in Episode Four. Israeli actress Mili Avital, who had a recurring role on “Damages,” will play a lonely hearts woman who pines for romance and harbors a dark twisted secret. Lastly, Mike Doyle (“Oz,” “Law & Order: Svu,” “A Gifted Man”) will play Frank Alpern, who’ll prove to be quite a powerful adversary to Terry O’Quinn’s evil Gavin. He’ll first debut in the second episode and will also recur, »
- Uncle Creepy
Terry O'Quinn's new series 666 Park Avenue has cast three new actors. The former Lost star will play the owner of a haunted apartment building on the upcoming ABC drama. Law & Order: Svu veteran Mike Doyle - who has also appeared on Oz and A Gifted Man - will first appear in episode two, playing Frank Alpern, nemesis of Gavin (O'Quinn). Aubrey Dollar (Weeds) will make her debut as Annie, an aspiring journalist, in the show's fourth episode, TV Guide reports. The third cast addition is Mili Avital (Damages), who will appear as a single woman who yearns (more) »
- By Morgan Jeffery
The project revolves around Agnes (7th Heaven‘s Sarah Wright), a shy, focused woman who, after being dumped by her fiancé (Prinze), leans on her co-workers (played by Mena Suvari, Aubrey Dollar and Kyle Howard) to help come out of her shell and plot her revenge.
Prinze’s previous TV credits include the short-lived ABC comedy Freddie and 24.
Winston penned the pilot and »
- Michael Ausiello
The project revolves around Agnes (7th Heaven‘s Sarah Wright), a shy, focused woman who, after being dumped by her fiancé, leans on her co-workers (played by Mena Suvari, Aubrey Dollar and Kyle Howard) to help come out of her shell and plot her revenge. (Probably not in Emily Thorne style.)
- Alyse Whitney
The show will center a shy and focused woman named Agnes who leans on her co-workers in a bid to come out of her shell and plot revenge after being dumped by her fiancé. The actors will play chemists on Agnes' team. She will play a promiscuous party girl, while he will play a former jock. Aubrey Dollar will play another chemist and member of the team.
This project is still in development. »
Malcolm Barrett (Better Off Ted) has been cast in Fox’s single-camera comedy pilot Rebounding. The project, written by Joe Port and Joe Wiseman and directed by Jason Winer, is an uplifting comedy about a man recovering from the death of his fiancé with the help of the idiots on his pickup basketball team, two of them played by Barrett, repped by Gersh and Management 360, and Hayes MacArthur. Port and Wiseman are executive producing Rebounding with Steve Levitan. Toni Trucks (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2) will co-star in the CBS drama pilot Baby Big Shot. The project, from Kevin Falls, Sony TV and Julia Franz’s Fanfare, is a legal drama centered on Martina, a working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at a top New York law firm. Trucks, repped by Greene & Associates and Rugolo Entertainment, will play Cindi, Martina’s edgy secretary & comradette-in-arms. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
9 items from 2012
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