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Here’s A Teaser For AwesomenessTV’s ‘Guidance,’ Coming November 14th To Go90

For the second time, AwesomenessTV will use a guidance counselor’s office as the epicenter of a high school story. The digital media company, which appeals to an audience of teens and tweens, is behind Guidance, a drama that will return for its second season on Go90 on November 14th. A teaser previewing the new episodes is now available.

The first season of Guidance starred Michelle Tractenberg as a guidance counselor who uses sessions with her students to uncover a school-wide mystery. Season two will feature a similar premise, but with a new cast. Erica Dasher will take over the guidance counselor, with social media stars like Arden Rose, Chachi Gonzales, Alisha Marie, and Jessie Paege showing up as her charges. A handful of the new characters are on display in the new teasers, which also gives viewers a hint of the sort of teen angst and intrigue they can expect.
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Guidance: Season Two Coming to Go90 in November

Guidance will be back. Variety reports season two of the Go90 series will debut in November.The new season of the teen drama stars YouTuber Arden Rose as "an over-achiever at Capitol High who discovers that her perfect Gpa is suffering, causing her to accuse the school’s most beloved teacher of favoritism." The cast also includes Erica Dasher, Chachi Gonzales, David Gridley, and Ben J. Pierce.Read More…
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Arden Rose, Chachi Gonzales Among Cast For Season Two Of ‘Guidance’ On Go90

A new season of a Go90 original will feature a new cast and a new protagonist while maintaining the same blend of teen drama and intrigue that marked its first season. Verizon’s mobile-first video platform and digital media company AwesomenessTV have announced a second season of Guidance, which will feature social media stars like Arden Rose and Chachi Gonzales among its cast.

In the first season of Guidance, which spanned 30 episodes, a school guidance counselor (portrayed by Michelle Trachtenberg) who solves a high school mystery across a series of sessions with her students. Season two will feature a similar plot, but with a new guidance counselor played by Erica Dasher acting as “a detective, an advocate and ultimately, the reluctant hero,” according to a press release.

Guidance’s first run also included appearances from popular social media stars like Amanda Steele and Alex Aiono, and season two will feature
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Organisers unveil Nfmla programme

Organisers unveil Nfmla programme
Britweek organisers announced on Wednesday the day-long NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (Nfmla) programme set for April 30.

Celebrating cinema from the UK, the event will concentrate on two InFocus short programmes along with a line-up of features.

Between films, audiences can watch Q&A’s with film-makers and enjoy cocktails in Downtown La.

Shorts Program #1 will showcase Patrick Maxwell’s Delicate Things featuring Paula Malcolmson from The Hunger Games and The Green Mile and newcomers, Ciaran McMenamin and James Stockdale.

The line-up include mystery The Balance by Daniel Lament, as well as sci-fi Scattered by Joshua Bregman, thriller Textual Relationship by Syd Heather, and drama Talgar The Hunter from Charlie Crane.

Shorts Program #2 includes’ Alex Kyrou’s drama White Awake, Andrew Jonathan Smith’s drama Jellyfish, Cousins Richard’s wartime tale Waiting For Dawn, Steven Huffaker’s comedy Blast From The Past, and Breathe, a dark drama from Paul Kowalski.

The Feature Film Program includes rom-com Kickstarted, and [link=tt
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Chris Pine To Narrate High School Debate Doc ‘This Is Not A Club’

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Chris Pine To Narrate High School Debate Doc ‘This Is Not A Club’
Exclusive: Star Trek’s Chris Pine is beaming his voice into high school debate documentary This Is Not A Club, the coming-of-age film about high schoolers performing in two-person speech competitions leading up to the annual National Speech and Debate tournament in Las Vegas.

Pine will narrate the indie documentary feature, which is directed by Ari Levinson and produced by Erica Dasher (Jane By Design) and Sami Kriegstein. Dasher and Kriegstein filmed footage themselves over the course of 12 months in seven states, capturing the highs and lows in the lives of their teenage subjects – four teams of two each – who grapple with issues from sexual identity, race and gender, parental pressures, and falling in love while competing in the world of “Duo” performance, in which partners cannot touch, make eye contact, use props or wear costumes.

Filmmakers showed Pine a cut of This Is Not A Club and brought him
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Women In Film Awards Best Dressed: Hailee Steinfeld & More

These starlets dressed to impress on the red carpet, really wowing us with their stellar style sense. TV’s younger stars stepped out looking like true fashion role models — but who do you think was best dressed? Vote

Miranda Cosgrove, 20, Debby Ryan, 20, Hailee Steinfeld, 16, and Erica Dasher, 25, all looked amazing at the 2013 Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Awards in Beverly Hills on June 11. While the majority of the girls star in shows aimed at younger audiences, they all looked sophisticated and grown up in their designer outfits. These leading ladies are headed in the right direction and we’re sure they’ll only get better with age.

Miranda Cosgrove Women In Film Awards Dress:

As the star of iCarly on Nickelodeon, Miranda gets a lot of attention. She’s recently been branching out into film by voicing a character in Despicable Me 2 and is really
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'CSI' Meets 'Ghost Hunters'

'CSI' Meets 'Ghost Hunters'
On the May 8 episode of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," (10 p.m. Et on CBS) the team investigates the death of a ghost hunter, which leads to some spooky encounters in a slaughterhouse potentially involving the ghosts of young boys.

The team suspects a fellow ghost hunter committed the crime, and Greg (Eric Szmanda) remains skeptical of any paranormal activity, until one of the hunters, Carrie (Erica Dasher), seems to discern a special gift in him that makes him decidedly uncomfortable ... Could Greg be psychic?

Check out HuffPost TV's exclusive clip above, and tune in to find out whether something supernatural could be behind the murder on Wed., May 8 at 10 p.m. Et on CBS.
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What to Watch Wednesday: Modern Family Is On a Roll, Lt. Eames Assists Svu, Psych and More

What to Watch Wednesday: Modern Family Is On a Roll, Lt. Eames Assists Svu, Psych and More
On TV this Wednesday: The Voice narrows its field once more, Kathryn Erbe hangs with Benson & Co., Supernatural screens an educational film and Modern Family both rolls and bounces. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

8 pm The Voice (NBC) | Now that the Playoff Round is done, America’s vote puts through the top two artists from each team. Then the coaches each save an additional team member, allowing them to move on to the next part of the competition.

8 pm Arrow (The CW) | With The Undertaking days away,
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‘Jane By Design’ Creator: What Fans Would Have Seen In Season 2

Creator April Blair reveals what she had planned for Jane & Billy's first kiss, Ben & Rita's race to the altar, and more. Jane By Design fans were crushed last week when ABC Family announced the show wouldn't be returning for a second season — I coped with carbs — but fortunately, creator April Blair was more than happy to give HollywoodLife.com an exclusive breakdown of what we would have seen in season two. And trust me, it would have been awesome. 1. Eli to the rescue: Curious how Jane (Erica Dasher) was going to explain to Gray (Andie MacDowell) and Eli (Bryan Dechart) why she was backstage at a high-school play? "Our idea was that Eli was going to cover for her," April says. "There were moments in episode 18 where he looked at the costumes crookedly, and throughout the play he pieced it together." 2. Jane & Billy's big moment: It sounds like Jane and
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Jane By Design

Network: ABC Family

Episodes: 18 (hour)

Seasons: One

TV show dates: January 3, 2012 -- July 31, 2012

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Erica Dasher, Andie MacDowell, Rowly Dennis, India de Beaufort, Ser'Darius Blain, Brooke Lyons, Nick Roux, Meagan Tandy, Matthew Atkinson, and David Clayton Rogers.

TV show description:

Jane Quimby (Erica Dasher) is a quirky teen with an eclectic chic fashion sense who's trying to survive the perils of high school. When mistaken for someone else, Jane gets the chance of a lifetime to live out her dreams of working at a hip fashion house, Donovan Decker. Now she must juggle her double life and hope she doesn't get caught.

Jane's boss is steely fashion executive Gray Chandler Murray (Andie MacDowell) who travels the world in search of the next big style trend. With a full schedule and
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Jane By Design: Cancelled; No Season Two

It looked like the fate of Jane By Design could go either way but ABC Family has now decided to cancel the TV series. The drama ran for one season of 18 episodes.

Jane By Design tells the tale of a quirky teenager who has a unique fashion sense. She gets hired by chance at a hip fashion house and must learn to juggle her demanding new job while still attending high school. The cast includes Erica Dasher, Andie MacDowell, Rowly Dennis, India de Beaufort, Ser'Darius Blain, Brooke Lyons, Nick Roux, Meagan Tandy, Matthew Atkinson, and David Clayton Rogers.

The ABC Family series premiered in January to 1.6 million viewers and a 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic. The numbers for week two dropped about 30%. The numbers fluctuated week-to-week but viewership never got that high again.

ABC Family initially ordered 10
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'Jane By Design' canceled by ABC Family after first season

Bad news, "Jane By Design" fans: ABC Family has no designs on Season 2. On Friday, August 17, the network announced plans to extend the pickups of established series "Switched at Birth," "Bunheads," and "Baby Daddy," but obviously, "Jane By Design" was not on the list.

ABC Family confirms that the series will not be returning.

"Want my #rouxers to hear this from me first. #JaneByDesign will Not be coming back for a 2nd season," tweeted series star Nick Roux on Friday. "It sucks but everything happens for a reason... Or at least thats what ive been told haha."

The series finale, "The Bonus Check," aired July 31, 2012. Unfortunately for fans, it didn't exactly tie up loose ends. "Nothing is resolved at the end of this season -- I think we have to come back. We'll live in this very unresolved world!" Erica Dasher told Zap2it earlier this month.
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‘Jane By Design’ Canceled By ABC Family

'Jane By Design' won't return for a second season, ABC Family confirms. It's with much sadness that I report ABC Family has decided not to renew Jane By Design. The decision was announced Aug. 17, on the heels of several other series — Bunheads, Melissa & Joey, Baby Daddy and Switched at Birth — receiving new season and back-order pickups. The show's first season ended with Jane (Erica Dasher) finally getting caught by boss Gray (Andie MacDowell) for being in high school, after spending the series posing as her adult assistant. She had also finally acknowledged her feelings for best-friend Billy (Nick Roux). Several of the shows stars thanked fans for their support over Twitter: "Thank you so much for everything!!!" Jane herself, Erica, tweeted. "It was incredible and you all are the best part of that experience. Love love love" Rowly Dennis, who played hot-shot British design Jeremy, tweeted: "Sorry guys,
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ABC Family Cancels 'Jane By Design'

ABC Family has canceled "Jane by Design."

The network confirmed the cancellation to The Huffington Post after announcing the renewals of "Melissa & Joey," "Switched at Birth" and "Baby Daddy." The network also ordered more episodes of "Bunheads."

"Jane by Design" starred Erica Dasher as Jane Quimby, a high-school student who moonlights as an assistant to a fashion designer. Andie MacDowell co-starred as Gray Chandler Murray, Jane's world-famous fashion designer boss. Teri Hatcher recently joined the cast in a recurring role as Jane's mother.

Season 1 wrapped up in July 2012 to an audience of 1.2 million viewers.
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ABC Family Cancels Jane By Design

ABC Family Cancels Jane By Design

Following the news earlier this afternoon that ABC Family renewed three shows (Baby Daddy, Switched at Birth and Melissa & Joey) and picked up a full season of Bunheads is the sad news that the show has decided not to renew freshman series Jane By Design.

The series, created by April Blair and starring Erica Dasher and Andie MacDowell, centered around high school student named Jane who accidentally scored herself a gig as an executive assistant to a hotshot executive at a top New York City fashion house.

Premiering in January, Jane by Design has been averaging 1.3 million viewers per episode. The first season ended in late July and will not, unfortunately, return.

ABC Family Cancels Jane By Design
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ABC Family’s ‘Jane By Design’ Cancelled After One Season

In ABC Family’s renewal announcement today, there was one bubble series conspicuously missing — Jane By Design. The cable network will not order more episodes of the comedic drama, which is being cancelled after one season. Jane By Design had an Ok initial 10-episode run in the winter, which yielded an eight-episode back order in February. But the series could not keep up with its Pretty Little Liars lead-in this summer. Related:ABC Family Renews ‘Baby Daddy’, ‘Melissa & Joey’ & ‘Switched At Birth’, Gives Back Order To ‘Bunheads’ Jane by Design stars Andie MacDowell and Erica Dasher and is about high-schooler Jane (Dasher) who finds herself, through a case of mistaken identity, working in the world of high fashion. The series’ future has been in doubt since MacDowell in May signed on as the lead of another series, Hallmark Channel’s Cedar Cove. April Blair created Jane By Design and executive
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ABC Family Cancels 'Jane By Design'

ABC Family Cancels 'Jane By Design'
ABC Family is not moving forward with Jane By Design. After renewing a slew of scripted series, including Switched at Birth and Baby Daddy, the cable network opted not to bring back the fashion drama that starred Erica Dasher and Andie MacDowell for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Photos: Broadcast TV's Returning Shows for 2012-13 Season Jane By Design, which centered on high schooler Jane Quimby (Dasher) who moonlighted as an executive assistant to a hotshot executive (MacDowell) at a top New York City fashion house, hasn't been a big ratings draw since its January debut,

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'Jane By Design' Season 2 - Erica Dasher and David Clayton Rogers say bring it on!

"Jane By Design" has wrapped up its first season, but star Erica Dasher, who plays the titular teenage fashionista/high-schooler, says she hopes that Season 2 will happen because there are plenty more stories to tell.

"We want it," Dasher tells Zap2it of a potential Season 2. "Nothing is resolved at the end of this season -- I think we have to come back. We'll live in this very unresolved world!"

Photos: "Jane By Design" Season 1

Besides, she wants to see her friends again. "It's such a gift to work on this show because we get along. Everybody genuinely gets along. I hear that it's not always like that. I'm really happy to keep working on this show. I have so much fun!"

Her costar David Clayton Rogers tells Zap2it something very similar: he also hopes they get a second season. "We've all talked about it," he admits. "From the
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‘Jane By Design’ Season 2: A New Guy For Jane & More I Want To See

What do You want to see when 'Jane By Design' (hopefully) returns to ABC Family for its second season? It's been seven whole days since Jane By Design aired its summer finale cliffhanger, and although the future of the series — much like Jane's (Erica Dasher) future at Donovan Decker — remains unconfirmed, I'm hearing that a second season is likely. So why not start compiling a wish list of all the things I'd like to see in season two? 1. An available, age-appropriate guy for Jane: I think we can all agree Jane has terrible luck with guys. Between unavailable-best-friend Billy (Nick Roux) and older-co-worker Eli (Bryan Dechart), Jane's love life was pretty much lose-lose at the end of season one. She just needs to find a nice guy her own age so she can finally get her groove back! Perhaps round two with Nick (Matt Atkinson
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Jane By Design: Should It Be Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Tonight, ABC Family airs the last episode of the first season of Jane By Design. Will the show be cancelled or be given a second season instead?

Jane By Design follows a quirky teenager who has a unique fashion sense. By chance, she gets hired at a hip fashion house and must juggle her job responsibilities while still attending high school. The cast includes Erica Dasher, Andie MacDowell, Rowly Dennis, India de Beaufort, Ser'Darius Blain, Brooke Lyons, Nick Roux, Meagan Tandy, Matthew Atkinson, and David Clayton Rogers.

The TV series debuted in January to 1.6 million viewers and a 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic. The numbers for week two dropped about 30% but came back up again in weeks three and four.

ABC Family initially ordered 10 installments and those finished airing on March 6th. Rather than renew Jane By
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