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Introducing…Kygan! The Arrangement turned up the heat in more ways than one when Kyle West (Josh Henderson) whisked new ladylove Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista) away for an action-packed trip to Venice in Sunday night's second episode. Megan's whirlwind Cinderella story continued with a celebrity stylist-approved wardrobe makeover, red carpet appearances and a romantic boat ride in Italy with the world's biggest actor. But despite all the perks and privilege, Megan couldn't escape the downside of Kyle's fame or the demons from his past. Specifically, Megan wasn't able to avoid his famous and gorgeous ex-fiancé, Lisbeth Graves (Ashley Grace), who gave her an ominous »
Three's a crowd! Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista) and Kyle West (Josh Henderson) receive an unexpected surprise when they come face to face with his ex-fiancée Lisbeth (Ashley Hinshaw) on this Sunday's The Arrangement. In the exclusive clip above, Megan is supporting Kyle at a photo shoot at the Venice Film Festival in Italy when Kyle's ex walks in. Kyle and Lisbeth are then asked to take a photo together while Megan has to stand there awkwardly and watch it all happen! While watching Kyle and Lisbeth together, a photographer ends up capturing Megan's stressed reaction and it ends up on E! News! Take a look at The Arrangement clip above to see how »
Vulture WatchCan two hearts overcome the Higher Mind? Has The Arrangement TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on E!? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Arrangement season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?Airing on the E! Entertainment cable channel, The Arrangement stars Josh Henderson, Christine Evangelista, Michael Vartan, Lexa Doig, Kyle Toy, Courtney Paige, Carra Patterson, Kyle Rideout, Katharine Isabelle, Matthew Kevin Anderson, Ashley Grace, and Autumn Reeser. The scripted drama series follows struggling actress Megan Morrison (Evangelista). Megan lands an audition in a summer blockbuster starring superstar Kyle West (Henderson), a devoted member of the Institute of the Higher Mind. Her impressive audition leads to an amazing first date with him. »
E! first dipped a toe in the scripted series seas with The Royals. While its ratings are from from regal, that TV show has been renewed for a fourth season. Instead of Brits, The Arrangement drama series features Hollywood's modern-day box office prince who is deeply involved in a self-improvement group known as the Institute of the Higher Mind. Will The Arrangement be cancelled or, will it be cancelled instead? Stay tuned.A multi-layered love story, The Arrangement stars Josh Henderson, Christine Evangelista, Michael Vartan, Lexa Doig, Kyle Toy, Courtney Paige, Carra Patterson, Kyle Rideout, Katharine Isabelle, Matthew Kevin Anderson, Ashley Grace, and Autumn Reeser. The E! TV series follows struggling actress Megan Morrison (Evangelista). Megan lands an audition for the female lead in a summer blockbuster opposite superstar Kyle West (Henderson), a Higher Mind devotee. Her impressive audition leads to an amazing first date with him. Within days »
Network: E!Episodes: Ongoing (hour)Seasons: OngoingTV show dates: March 5, 2017 — presentSeries status: Has not been cancelledPerformers include: Josh Henderson, Christine Evangelista, Michael Vartan, Lexa Doig, Kyle Toy, Courtney Paige, Carra Patterson, Kyle Rideout, Katharine Isabelle, Matthew Kevin Anderson, Ashley Grace, and Autumn Reeser.TV show description:The Arrangement TV show is certainly not a roman à clef account about Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, and Scientology. This drama series is, however, a Hollywood-set love story featuring the pitfalls of celebrity romance and the pressures self-improvement programs can impose upon them.A-List movie star Kyle West (Josh Henderson) is an ardent adherent of the Institute of The Higher Mind self-help program. He credits it for all of his success. »
Men and women prove equally adept at acting in arrogant, selfish ways in “You’re Killing Me Susana,” a romantic drama that goes heavy on the cacophonous commotion and light on the romance or drama. Adapted from José Agustín’s novel, Roberto Sneider’s third feature finds Gael García Bernal working hard to little end as a chauvinistic soap opera actor in search of his Mia wife, who’s more than his match when it comes to callously thinking of herself before all others. Locating little humor on either side of the Mexican-American border, this tone-deaf import should attract minimal interest with anyone other than Bernal completists.
Eligio (Bernal) is a two-bit thespian whose work on a TV show primarily entails making out with the make-up artist between takes — this despite the fact that he supposedly adores his author wife Susana (Verónica Echegui). When he returns home late at night, »
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Exclusive: Roberto Sneider’s comedic drama will be released in Us by Hola Mexico Distribution.
FilmSharks has bolstered its Efm slate with international sales rights to comedic drama You’re Killing Me Susana starring Gael Garcia Bernal.
Los Angeles-based Hola Mexico Distribution holds Us rights and the Latin cinema specialist has set a February 17 theatrical release on more than 50 screens. FilmSharks and the producers will handle Us TV/VOD distribution.
Susana is based on Jose Agustin’s novel Ciudades Desiertas, about a Mexican man who reflects on his life as he undergoes a humbling trip to the snowy wastes of the northern Us in the hope of reclaiming his wife.
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7 items from 2017
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