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Now this is the cutest way to to share some baby news! Odette Annable and Dave Annable, who are expecting their first child together, revealed the gender of their baby on Father's Day with one super sweet video via Instagram. The adorable duo shared the clip -- which was taken from the "Astronaut Wives Club" star's 30th birthday bash -- on Sunday, as they popped two black balloons filled with pink confetti. It's a girl! Here it is...@odetteannable and I are very proud parents to be of our little...#happyfathersday to everyone. One of the most special moments of our life. I was so confused for a second. Thought I saw both colors of confetti. Nope. #babyannable A video posted by Dave Annable (@dave_annable) on Jun 21, 2015 at 10:34am Pdt Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Dave Annable's Father's Day just got a lot more special! The Red Band Society alum and his wife Odette Annable took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal the sex of their first child together with an adorable video. Surrounded by friends and family, the stunning couple popped two black balloons to reveal none other than a ton of flying pink confetti! Yes, that's right. The lovebirds, who wed back in 2010, are expecting a baby girl! In the video, the 35-year-old hunky actor appears seriously stunned at the amazing news before embracing the mom-to-be with a priceless hug and kiss. "Here it is...@odetteannable and I are very proud parents to be of our little...#happyfathersday »
The last time ABC tried a retro series revolving around a group of ladies -- Pam Am -- it was a ratings disappointment and was cancelled after one season. Will The Astronaut Wives Club be a different story or the same old tune? Cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.
Based on the book by Lily Koppel, The Astronaut Wives Club focuses on seven women who were key players behind some of the biggest events in American history. As America's astronauts were launched on death-defying missions, the lives of their young wives were transformed -- seemingly overnight -- from military spouses to American royalty. The cast includes Yvonne Strahovski, Dominique McElligott, Odette Annable, Joanna García, Erin Cummings, Azure Parsons, Zoe Boyle, Bret Harrison, Aaron McCusker, Wilson Bethel, Kenneth Mitchell, and Desmond Harrington.
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Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
TV show dates: June 18, 2015 -- present
Series status: Has not been cancelled
Performers include: Yvonne Strahovski, Dominique McElligott, Odette Annable, Joanna García, Erin Cummings, Azure Parsons, Zoe Boyle, Bret Harrison, Aaron McCusker, Wilson Bethel, Kenneth Mitchell, and Desmond Harrington.
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This dramatic TV series is based on the book of the same name by Lily Koppel. It focuses on seven women who were key players behind some of the biggest events in American history. As America's astronauts were launched on death-defying missions, the lives of their young wives were transformed -- seemingly overnight -- from military spouses to American royalty. As their celebrity rose, tragedy began to touch their lives and they rallied together.
Betty Grissom (JoAnna Garcia Swisher) is a small-town girl »
First rule of The Astronaut Wives Club: Don’t talk about the crushing fear and loneliness you know as the spouse of one of America’s first space cowboys.
Second rule of The Astronaut Wives Club: When in doubt, don pearls and a little lipstick.
ABC’s 10-episode period drama, which premiered Thursday (8/7c), centers on the spouses of the Mercury Program astronauts and their part in the late ’50s/early ’60s scramble to put a man in space. Written by Stephanie Savage (Gossip Girl) and based on the book by Lily Koppel, the premiere focuses on the proper-to-a-fault, »
Too little too late, but ABC has finally found the perfect companion piece for "Pan Am." A bright-and-glossy dose of '60s nostalgia mixed with easily digestible proto-feminism, ABC's "Astronaut Wives Club" premieres on Thursday (June 18) night, more than three years after "Pan Am" was cancelled and I suspect they're likely to be remembered in the same way: Period dramas with high production values, a fantastic cast that ABC will look back at yearningly and unrealized creative potential obscuring otherwise solid storytelling. Is there a hypothetical TV series about the wives of the Mercury astronauts that's more than a slightly superficial, slightly choppy and slightly misfocused showcase for fine performances and some snazzy retro-style? Absolutely, but there's still some virtue to this sort of watchable, somewhat nourishing summer entertainment, even in a landscape that's overflowing with summer viewing options. Thursday's exposition-heavy premiere episode begins in 1961 with Louise Shepard (Dominique McElligott »
- Daniel Fienberg
One giant leap for womankind! We're already over the moon for The Astronaut Wives Club, a period show about women in the early 1960s whose husbands boldly go where no men have gone before. The Stephanie Savage-produced ABC drama follows a band of unlikely friends who come together when their men are recruited by Nasa. Believe Us: There's just as much drama as there is killer fashion, and it's all thanks to headstrong characters such as tomboy Trudy Cooper (Odette Annable) and leader of the gang Louise [...] »
What makes a great summer series? Something flashy, breezy, easy to Dv-r and binge at a later date, perhaps. Beach reading, but on your TV. In fact, it really deserves a separate scale. The epitome of a great summer show may be Fox’s The O.C., which ran in the mid-aughts, and came (in part) from Stephanie Savage. Savage also has developed ABC’s new drama The Astronaut Wives Club, and with it, another well-suited summer show (though one that's still looking to ignite). The series, based on a book by Lily Koppel, details the home lives of the Mercury 7, a true-to-life group of men (including John Glenn, played here by Sam Reid) who were chosen by Nasa for their fledgling space program in the early 1960s. The families were also heavily managed for appearances, with deals made with press outlets like Life magazine to convince the American public that »
- Allison Keene
Get ready for a whole new set of real housewives, complete with snazzy outfits, hunky husbands, and, of course, some inner quarrels.
On Thursday at 8/7c, ABC’s The Astronaut Wives Club blasts off with the story of the women behind America’s first men in space. The hubbies may have taken flight, but the ladies — portrayed by Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck), JoAnna Garcia Swisher (Once Upon a Time) and Odette Annable (Banshee), among others — were catapulted to instant stardom with magazine shoots and prying eyes.
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Ashlee Simpson is glowing!The younger Simpson sister was spotted in Los Angeles with hubby Evan Ross on Thursday, showing off some leg and her beautiful baby bump. The expecting star donned an all-black ensemble, including a knee-length dress, oversized jacket, shades and closed-toe flats. Her signature platinum blonde locks fell loosely on her shoulders.The couple was enjoying an afternoon at The Ivy just days after Ashlee’s weekend baby shower, which was hosted by big sis Jessica Simpson.Jess took to Instagram to share a photo of the rustic pink and blue table settings from her sister’s gorgeous event, writing, "Another gorgeous tablescape by @casadeperrin to shower @ashleesimpsonross and @realevanross #BabyLove." The sisters' newly-engaged mom Tina Simpson, Ashlee's mother-in-law Diana Ross and her pregnant pal Odette Annable were also on hand for the soiree.This will be the first child for the pop rock songstress and the son of legendary Ms. »
- tooFab Staff
Odette Annable's baby bump is out and about! The House alum shared a pic of herself on Instagram Wednesday, dressed in black lingerie with a colorful robe over her matching set. Holding her bare bump with her hands, Annable is seen looking down at her belly with an ear-to-ear grin on her face. "Already so in [heart-eyed emoji] with #babyannable," she captioned the pic. She definitely has that pregnancy glow! All of her pregnancy pics have been gorgeous and smiley, so we can tell how excited she is to welcome her first child into the world! Annable announced she was expecting her first child with husband Dave Annable on Mother's Day by posting a pic of herself with her husband »
The Annables are adding to their incredibly attractive family! Odette Annable took to Instagram on Sunday to share some very special Mother's Day news -- she's expecting her first child with hubby Dave Annable. "It's a very special Mother's Day indeed. Wishing all the moms out there a very happy Mother's Day," the "Banshee" star captioned the post. "This year... I'm So happy to announce that I get to join the party! #babyannable my bestie @hellobluephoto." In the photo, Odette has her hand around her growing baby bump while the "Brothers and Sisters" star gazes down at his wife with a giant smile on his face. Dave also shared his excitement via Twitter. "It's out! I can now wish my beautiful wife a very happy birthday And a Happy 1st #MothersDay! Me and #babyannable are so lucky to have you,"he posted on Sunday. The cute couple -- who tied »
- tooFab Staff
It's a very special Mother's Day indeed. Wishing all the moms out there a very happy Mother's Day. This year... I'm So happy to announce that I get to join the party! #babyannable ????: my bestie @hellobluephoto A photo posted by @odetteannable on May 10, 2015 at 5:30pm Pdt Baby makes three! Sunday, May 10 — Mother's Day! — wasn’t just a day to celebrate moms, but also the moms-to-be, and that includes Odette Annable! Dave Annable's actress wife, 30, took to Instagram to announce the couple’s happy [...] »
The Astronaut Wives Club is keeping its eye on the sky. The Hollywood Reporter's exclusive look at the ABC drama's key art shows the club, including JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Yvonne Strahovski, Dominique McElligott, Odette Annable, Erin Cummings, Azure Parsons and Zoe Boyle, dressed in their best period garb as they look up above with a mix of fear, pride and uncertainty. Read More Stephanie Savage's 'Astronaut Wives Club' Gets Series Order at ABC Inspired by Lily Koppel's best-selling book of the same name, the series tells the true story of the women who stood beside some of American history's
- Kate Stanhope
“Astronaut Wives Club” is finally ready to blast off at ABC, with the network announcing on Monday a summer premiere date for the new drama.
Originally scheduled to bow last summer and then pushed to spring for retooling and some cast changes, “Astronaut Wives Club” will air Thursdays at 8 p.m. starting June 18. That launch date will allow the network to promote the series during coverage of the NBA Finals, which will occupy Thursdays earlier in the month.
ABC had announced its summer schedule earlier this month, but there was no mention of “Astronaut Wives Club” at that time.
Based on the book by Lily Koppel, “Astronaut Wives Club” focuses on seven women who were key players behind some of the biggest events in American history. As America’s astronauts were launched on death-defying missions, the lives of their young wives were transformed, seemingly overnight, from military spouses to American royalty. »
- Rick Kissell
Get ready for liftoff, everyone: we now know when the journey of The Astronaut Wives Club will begin. The network’s highly anticipated new drama, which was conspicuously left off ABC’s original summer schedule, will premiere on Thursday, June 18, at 8 p.m. Based on the book by Lily Koppel, The Astronaut Wives Club focuses on seven women who were key players behind some of the biggest events in American history. As America’s astronauts were launched on death-defying missions, the lives of their young wives were transformed, seemingly overnight, from military spouses to American royalty. As their celebrity rose, and tragedy began to touch their lives, they rallied together. The Astronaut Wives Club boasts a stellar cast, which includes Yvonne Strahvoski (Chuck, 24: Live Another Day) as Rene Carpenter, JoAnna Garcia Swisher (Once Upon a Time) as Betty Grissom, and Dominque McElligot (Hell on Wheels) as Louise Shepard. Also »
- Chris King
ABC’s The Astronaut Wives Club has (finally) officially been cleared for liftoff.
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The drama, which focuses on a group of women who support their star-bound husbands during the 1960s space race, will bow Thursday, June 18 at 8/7c, the network announced Monday.
Among others, The Astronaut Wives Club stars JoAnna Garcia Swisher (Once Upon a Time), Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck), Odette Annable (Banshee), Desmond Harrington (Dexter), Bret Harrison (Reaper) and Wilson Bethel (Hart of Dixie).
The period drama was curiously omitted from ABC’s initial announcement about summer premiere dates, »
Finding someone is hard...unless you're willing to fudge the facts about who you are. That's the starting point for the upcoming comedy "The Truth About Lies," and today we have the exclusive trailer for the comedy about what happens when a few fibs start to spiral about of control. Starring Fran Kranz, Odette Annable, Chris Diamantopolous, and Mary Elizabeth Ellis, and written and directed by Phil Allocco, the film follows Gilby Smalls, whose life is falling apart: he's been dumped by his girlfriend, fired from his job, and he's moving back in with mom. Salvation arrives in the form of Rachel, but in order to win her over, Gilby tells a few tall tales that soon a grow a little too tall. And as you'll see in the trailer, trying to get things back on track, and win the girl of his dreams, won't be easy. "The Truth About Lies »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Recently, Cinemax released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Banshee" episode 3 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "A Fixer of Sorts," and it turns out that we're going to see some intense action go down when both Lucas and FBI Agent, Robert Phillips, end up at the mercy of a deadly mobster, and more! In the new, 3rd episode press release: Lucas' secret is going to be threatened when he's arrested by FBI Special Agent ,Robert Phillips (Denis O'Hare), but both men are going to end up at the mercy of Raymond Brantley (Shuler Hensley), a mob kingpin with a deadly mobile agenda. Against Chayton's orders, Tommy Littlestone (Ricky Russert) is going to spearhead a second strike against Proctor at a local gentlemen's club. A revenge-minded Nola Longshadow (Odette Annable) will mix it up with Burton (Matthew Rauch) at Proctor's mansion. The episode was written by Justin Britt-Gibson, »
- Andre Braddox
Banshee, Season 3: Episode 1 – “The Fire Trials”
Written by Jonathan Tropper
Directed by Loni Peristere
Airs Friday nights at 10 on Cinemax
Amid a full and explosive season three premiere that heavily features Chayton’s (Geno Segers) return to and influence on his Kinaho tribe, it’s a quiet exchange between father and daughter that sticks out to me:
“You came here for her.”
“I stayed for you.”
At this point, the man we know as Lucas Hood looks and acts the part. He is the sheriff of Banshee. He didn’t get the girl. He didn’t get the big score. But what he’s found in the post-Rabbit era of this story is that he belongs here more than he does anywhere else. Why not just leave and test that theory? Deva. Staying for her isn’t just a stab at fatherhood (no pun intended, but it’s too »
- Sean Colletti
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