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The Lying Game

15 July 2013 5:11 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Network: ABC Family

Episodes: 30 (hour)

Seasons: Two

TV show dates: August 15, 2011 -- March 12, 2013

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Alexandra Chando, Allie Gonino, Alice Greczyn, Blair Redford, Andy Buckley, Helen Slater, Christian Alexander, Kirsten Prout, and Sharon Pierre-Louis.

TV show description:

Inspired by the Sara Shepard book series of the same name, this TV show follows long-lost twins Emma Becker and Sutton Mercer (both played by Alexandra Chando).

Separated under mysterious circumstances, Sutton was adopted by the wealthy Mercer family in Phoenix, while Emma grew up in the foster system. When the twins are reunited as teenagers, they keep it a secret. After finally meeting face to face, Emma agrees to impersonate her sister while the real Sutton tires to find their biological parents in Los Angeles. But when Sutton doesn't return when promised, »

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Stills From The Lying Game’s To Lie For Released

13 March 2013 9:29 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

ABC Family’s “The Lying Game” continued its fantastic season with last night’s episode “To Lie For.” The spring finale brought truths and surprises to light. If you want to relive the finale for yourself, check out our gallery of stills from the episode below. “The Lying Game” stars Alexandra Chando, Andy Buckley, Helen Slater, Blair Redford, Sharon Pierre-Louis, Kirsten Prout, Alice Greczyn and Allie Gonino. The show follows a girl who realizes she has a wealthy identical twin sister: “The Lying Game follows Emma, a kind-hearted foster kid who learns she has an identical twin sister, Sutton. Sutton, unlike Emma, was adopted by wealthy parents and is seemingly living an  [ Read More ]

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‘The Lying Game’ Recap: Emma Gains Some Surprising New Allies

5 March 2013 11:57 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Plus, the police find a body! Who killed Theresa?

Does Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) have any allies left? Because after watching the March 5 episode of The Lying Game, I’m thinking she might finally be all alone in her plans to win back Ted (Andy Buckley). Not only did Sutton (Alexandra Chando) officially move over to the side of good, but Thayer (Christian Alexander) also stopped accusing his dad — for once — and considered that Becky might actually be behind Derek and Theresa’s deaths. And we all know there’s no tougher nut to crack than Thayer.

Even Jordan (Ryan Rottman) is now in on the twins’ secret, thanks to Mads (Alice Greczyn) deciding her step-brother could be a good asset — and not just a good ass. Thus the Lying Gang was born!

In slightly more positive news, Ted came face to face with both twins for the first time since, »

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‘The Lying Game’ Recap: Emma & Sutton Team Up Against Rebecca

26 February 2013 7:33 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

As Rebecca’s lies get more twisted, the wicked wife is quickly losing allies! Is she about to crack?

Dan and Theresa’s wedding went off without a hitch on the Feb. 26 episode of The Lying Game — and by that, I mean absolutely no one got hitched. The bride remained M.I.A., and a full-scale investigation was launched; but the most shocking discovery was the one Emma (Alexandra Chando) made about her dad. In the episode’s final moments, Emma confronted Ted (Andy Buckley) at the grave where Theresa went missing, and she was holding the hospital I.D. card he left behind!

In what could be considered an equally surprising turn of events, Sutton came clean to Emma about her dealings with Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) — and I mean all of her dealings. So for the first time since the pilot, the twins are finally on the same page. »

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‘The Lying Game’: Three Shocking Kisses Lead To One Epic Breakup

19 February 2013 7:34 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

It was kiss-and-tell week on ‘The Lying Game,’ and pretty soon there won’t be any couples left!

Has Rebecca’s (Charisma Carpenter) wicked little plan finally come to fruition? The Feb. 19 episode of The Lying Game marked the official demise of the Mercers’ marriage after Alec (Adrian Pasdar) was caught kissing Kristen (Helen Slater) at the club — which, of course, Rebecca couldn’t wait to bring to Ted’s (Andy Buckley) attention. And in other unsurprising news, it wasn’t long before Ted and Rebecca found themselves in a little lip lock of their own!

Meanwhile, Emma (Alexandra Chando) continued to wrestle with her feelings for Thayer (Christian Alexander); though not quite as much as Thayer, who literally wrestled with Ethan (Blair Redford) over Emma. And just to make matters even more complicated, Laurel (Allie Gonino) told Ethan that Emma still has feelings for him, and suggested that he go after her. »

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The Lying Game: Season Two Ratings

14 February 2013 10:50 AM, PST | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

The ratings for The Lying Game remained pretty consistent during the first season. They were strong enough to get the ABC Family drama renewed. Will the numbers go up or down this season? Will the show be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned to find out.

The Lying Game follows the story of a set of identical twin girls who discover each other as teenagers. The cast includes Alexandra Chando, Alice Greczyn, Allie Gonino, Andy Buckley, Blair Redford, Charisma Carpenter, Helen Slater, Kirsten Prout, and Sharon Pierre-Louis.

The following are the latest TV ratings for the second season of The Lying Game, the best way to tell if this TV series will be cancelled or renewed for a third season. The show typically airs on Tuesday nights on ABC Family.

These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to »

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‘The Lying Game’ Recap: A New Suspect In Derek’s Murder Emerges

12 February 2013 7:27 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Plus: One twin hits the sheets with the guy she loves, while a marriage continues to fall apart.

With Laurel (Allie Gonino) finally in on the big secret, Emma (Alexandra Chando) and the boys plotted to expose Sutton and Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) on the Feb. 12 episode of The Lying Game. Their plan went down at the flip-side formal, and just to make things extra complicated, Ethan (Blair Redford) took Emma as his date instead of Sutton! Let the madness begin.

Thayer (Christian Alexander) was able to stall Sutton by hijacking her limo, but apparently all those muscles are just for show, because she had him on the ground in no time — and not in a good way. Jordan (Ryan Rottman) also pulled some shenanigans of his own, taking Laurel to the formal as a “cover” for really wanting to be there with Mads (Alice Greczyn).

But the kids weren’t »

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‘The Lying Game’ Recap: Laurel Learns The Truth About The Twins

5 February 2013 7:31 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

But will Laurel help Emma take down Sutton & Rebecca, or will she reject her for lying for so long?

Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) have done a pretty good job of keeping their secrets to themselves — until tonight, that is. Not only did Emma learn the truth about her paternity on the Feb. 5 episode of The Lying Game, but her discovery inspired a game-changing confession that brought Laurel (Allie Gonino) into the fold. In a nutshell, this show just got even more complicated.

Still in Los Angeles, Emma and Thayer (Christian Alexander) managed to figure out that not only is Rebecca the twins’ birth mother, but that she and Sutton have been working together. Desperate to find out what their plan was, the pair rushed back to Scottsdale, only to find an even bigger mess than they expected.

Fueled by a few unwise words from Mads (Alice Greczyn »

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‘The Lying Game’ Recap: Emma & Thayer’s Relationship Takes A Hit

22 January 2013 7:42 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Plus, a major twist in Alec’s murder investigation leaves everyone scared for the future.

After a night of uninhibited passion, Ethan (Blair Redford) told Sutton (Alexandra Chando) those magical words every girl dreams of hearing from the guy she loves: “Sorry, this was a mistake. It’ll never happen again.” Oh, Ethan — you’re such a romantic! Of course, this is The Lying Game we’re talking about, so there were plenty more awkward moments to come.

In fact, let’s run down all the uncomfortable interactions from the Jan. 22 episode, shall we?

1. Laurel (Allie Gonino) invited Mads (Alice Greczyn) to tag along on her date with Jordan (Ryan Rottman), unaware that the step-siblings slept together on the season premiere.

2. Emma agreed to tutor Ethan, unaware he’d just slept with Sutton the night before.

3. Thayer (Christian Alexander) walked in on Ethan hugging Emma.

4. Laurel caught Mads and Jordan kissing, »

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‘The Lying Game’ Recap: Has Emma Given Up On Ethan For Good?

15 January 2013 8:24 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Plus, is Alec really innocent after all? This is madness.

The twins’ love lives got even more complicated on the Jan. 15 episode of The Lying Game, as Emma (Alexandra Chando) gave Sutton her blessing to pursue Ethan (Blair Redford). Like she really needed it. Meanwhile, Emma finally gave into her feelings for Thayer (Christian Alexander), which sent Ethan into a jealous/drunken stupor — and straight into Sutton’s bed.

Mads (Alice Greczyn) paid a visit to Alec (Adrian Pasdar) in prison, and somehow he was able to convince her he was merely “holding” the tire iron in the infamous photo, rather than using it to kill Derek. Even crazier, he might be telling the truth! Tyler and Theresa tracked down the woman who planted the tire iron in Alec’s bag, though she has no idea who paid her. Oh well.

Later, during a fit of bitch-fueled rage, Mads called »

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‘Lying Game’ Season Premiere Recap: Rebecca & Sutton Plot Their Revenge

8 January 2013 3:11 PM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Plus, a mysterious stranger arrives in town — and, of course, he has ties to Rebecca.

TV’s most complicated show — seriously, The Lying Game is like Lost meets Homeland meets a brain hemorrhage — returned for its second season Jan. 8, and it’s now more twisted than ever. With Alec (Adrian Pasdar) still in jail, Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) spent the hour scheming with Sutton (Alexandra Chando) to win back the loves of their lives, while taking down their enemies in the process.

Sutton, of course, has her sights set on the grade-a man meat known as Ethan Whitehorse (Blair Redford). She tried faking an ankle sprain to get closer to him, and when that didn’t work, she resorted to plan B: honesty! She confessed that she’s still in love with him, and that she knows deep down — like, way deep down — he still loves her, too. Naturally, he rejected her, »

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