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Alexandra Chando has insisted that she does not know much about what will take place in The Lying Game's second season. The actress, who plays the dual roles of twins Emma and Sutton on the ABC Family drama, confessed that while the new episodes will see certain plot points from the first season finally revealed, she prefers to learn about events as they come up. "Every now and then I'll talk to Chuck Pratt, who's our executive producer and creator, and he'll give me some tidbits," Chando told The Huffington Post. "But honestly, I don't even like to know. I like to sit down and find out for the first time what (more) »
- By Jennifer Still
ABC Family kicked off its latest series, The Lying Game this summer with former 10 Things I Hate About You star, Allie Gonino. Gonino stars as the lovely Laurel Mercer, sister to a very secretive Sutton Mercer. Sutton may hold the most secrets of the sisters but there’s still plenty of excitement to expect to see take place in Laurel’s life. Her new love interest is just the beginning. To talk about it all, actress, Allie Gonino took some time to talk with us about what’s next and more. Check it out: So what was your favorite moment on or off set while shooting the Pilot episode? There was one day when the cast and I took a little trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico. We checked out the town, had lunch, and we got to shop. We bought some really unique Indian jewelry and gifts for our families and friends… »
- Melody Simpson
Just days after the soap taped its final episode on ABC, Lucci is placing the blame for the show’s demise squarely on the network’s daytime chief, Brian Frons.
According to the New York Post, the paperback edition of Lucci’s memoir, “All My Life,” contains a fresh epilogue in which she recounts how she personally berated Frons, saying, “I think our being in this position is the result of some very bad decisions by you.”
The Emmy winner claims Frons oversaw “subpar” writing »
- Michael Ausiello
Making its much-anticipated debut this Monday at 9/8c, Lying Game stars Alexandra Chando (As the World Turns) as Emma, a teen who discovers her long-lost twin Sutton — and then suddenly finds herself living said sister’s life. Crazy stuff, sure, but is this dark drama your cup of tea? Here, TVLine lays out four fun facts you should know before tuning in, including — but certainly not limited to — the appearance of a beloved Hero »
- Megan Masters
The cable channel on Tuesday (Feb. 22) picked up 10 episodes of "The Lying Game," a drama about a teenage girl named Emma (Alexandra Chando, "As the World Turns") who grew up in foster care and learns she has a twin sister, Sutton, who was adopted by a rich family. After the twin meet and decide to track down their birth mother, Sutton goes missing, forcing Emma to decide whether she should take on Sutton's life or come clean about what's happened.
The show is based on a novel by Sara Shepard, the author of the "Pretty Little Liars" series, and it sounds like it could be a pretty good companion for "Pll." "The Lying Game" also stars Blair Redford ("90210"), Kristen Prout ("Kyle Xy"), Helen Slater ("Gigantic"), Andy Buckley ("The Office"), Sharon Pierre-Louis »
5 items from 2011
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