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‘The First’: Anna Jacoby-Heron To Co-Star In Hulu Series From Beau Willimon

Anna Jacoby-Heron (Relationship Status) has been cast opposite Sean Penn and Natascha McElhone in The First, Beau Willimon's straight-to-series drama slated to premiere on Hulu and U.K.'s Channel 4 in 2018. Written by Willimon, The First follows the first human mission to Mars, exploring the challenges of taking the first steps toward interplanetary colonization. The story focuses not only on the astronauts, but also on their families and loved ones, as well as the ground…
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Can You Flirt on Venmo? Relationship Status Explores the Finer Points of Online Dating in Season 2

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Can You Flirt on Venmo? Relationship Status Explores the Finer Points of Online Dating in Season 2
Looking for a hook-up? True love? Threesome? Someone to pay you back for a smoothie? These days, there really is an app for all that — and the show Relationship Status explores the pros and cons of our online dating habits.

Executive-produced by This Is Us star Milo Ventigmiglia, Relationship Status explores the romantic entanglements of 20- and 30-somethings and returns this fall on Verizon’s go90.

“We are very excited to share with the world the next chapters of Relationship Status, as well as continue the partnership with Full Fathom Five, Haven, StyleHaul and go90,” Ventimiglia says in a statement.
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Dark comedy Newly Single gets a poster and trailer

Ahead of its world premiere next month at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, the first poster and trailer have arrived online for the upcoming comedy Newly Single. The film is written and directed by Adam Christian Clark, who also stars alongside Jennifer Kim, Molly C. Quinn, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Rémy Bennett, Greg Gilreath, Raychel Diane Weiner, and Marguerite Moreau; take a look below…

On the heels of booking a life-changing motion picture, Astor Williams Stevenson drives away his girlfriend and aggressively re-enters the La dating scene. The film director finds himself alone and prowling; looking for love, sating his lust, and searching through the darkness of downtown Los Angeles.

Following Astor on a series of dates with a never ending parade of women, Newly Single explores the inner workings of his heart as well as the modern, urban world of dating, independent filmmaking, and the desire to be anyone but one’s true self.
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Finding Carter

Network: MTV

Episodes: 36 (hour)

Seasons: Two

TV show dates: July 8, 2014 -- December 15, 2015

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Kathryn Prescott, Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, and Zac Pullam.

TV show description:

This family drama revolves around Carter Stevens (Kathryn Prescott), a teenage girl who believes she has the perfect life. That all changes one night when the police raid a high school party and she learns that her single mother, Lori (Milena Govich), abducted her as a toddler.

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Finding Carter: Cancelled by MTV; No Season Three

Despite the fact that the show's creator had plans for season three, here won't be a third season of the Finding Carter TV show on MTV. The cable channel has cancelled the drama after 36 episodes.

On Finding Carter, a teenager (Kathryn Prescott) discovers that her beloved single mom actually abducted her as an infant and she's reunited with her birth family. The cast also includes Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, Zac Pullam, and Alex Saxon.

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Finding Carter: Ep Talks Season Three on MTV

The second season of MTV's Finding Carter TV show ended on a cliffhanger, with Tuesday's season two finale episode, "Atonement." Since MTV has neither cancelled nor renewed Finding Carter, as of yet, will fans also be left hanging?

The cast of Finding Carter includes: Kathryn Prescott, Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alex Saxon, Zac Pullam, Alexis Denisof, Jesse Henderson, Vanessa Morgan, Milena Govich, Caleb Ruminer, Jackson Rathbone, and Ben Winchell. Will the second season be this cast's last?Read More…
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Finding Carter: Season Two Ratings

In its first season, Finding Carter did pretty well in the ratings for MTV. Will the numbers rise or fall in season two? Cancelled or renewed for season three? We'll have to wait and see.

On Finding Carter, a teenager (Kathryn Prescott) discovers that her beloved single mom actually abducted her as an infant and she's reunited with her birth family. The cast also includes Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, Zac Pullam, and Alex Saxon.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.Read More…
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Finding Carter: MTV Orders More Episodes

MTV hasn't renewed Finding Carter for a third season but they do want more episodes. The cable channel has ordered a dozen more installments, bringing the season tally to 24 episodes. The additional episodes will begin airing later this year.

On Finding Carter, a teenager (Kathryn Prescott) discovers that her beloved single mom actually abducted her as an infant and she's reunited with her birth family. The cast also includes Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, Zac Pullam, and Alex Saxon.

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MTV Adds 12 Episodes of ‘Finding Carter’

MTV Adds 12 Episodes of ‘Finding Carter’
MTV has picked up “Finding Carter” for 12 more episodes set to premiere later this year, the Viacom-owned network announced Monday.

The series focuses on a female protagonist played by Kathryn Prescott who discovers the woman she thought was her mother abducted her when she was a child. The series debuted originally in July of 2014 and was renewed for a second season that began airing in March of this year.

Finding Carter” is executive produced by Emily Whitesell. The series was created by Emily Silver. The series was developed by Terri Minsky. Alexander Motlagh is an executive producer.

The series also stars Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron., Alexis Denisof,, Alex Saxon and Zac Pullam. The series features Milena Govich, Meredith Baxter, Robert Pine and Eddie Matos.
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‘Finding Carter’ Renewed For 12 More Episodes By MTV

MTV has ordered 12 more episodes of Finding Carter for premiere later this year as part of the show’s second season. Alex Saxon (aka Max) announced the news via YouTube. Finding Carter is executive produced by Emily Whitesell. The series was created by Emily Silver and developed by Terri Minsky. Alexander Motlagh executive produces. The series stars Kathryn Prescott, Cynthia Watros,, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, Alex Saxon and Zac Pullam. &nbsp…
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Finding Carter's Alex Saxon Reveals Season 2 Is All About "Healing and More Secrets"

Finding Carter's Alex Saxon Reveals Season 2 Is All About
Just when you thought things on Finding Carter couldn't get any crazier, the final run of episodes in season one had a shooting, a coma, and another abduction. MTV's kidnapping/family drama was not holding back. "Season two will deal with the fallout from everything that went down at the end of season one," series star Alex Saxon tells E! News. "Plus, now Carter's [Kathryn Prescott] gone for the second time, and Max is worried about her all over again." Quick recap of season one finale: Carter was drugged and abducted by her fake mom Lori (Milena Govich) again, while Max (Saxon) lashed out at everyone after waking up from his coma, breaking up with Taylor (Anna Jacoby-Heron) as a...
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Finding Carter Stars Tease Lori's Plan, Crash's Return & More Season 2 Twists

Finding Carter Stars Tease Lori's Plan, Crash's Return & More Season 2 Twists
MTV’s Finding Carter returns for its second season Tuesday (10/9c), and star Kathryn Prescott tells TVLine that the show’s new tagline — “the truth will tear you apart” — isn’t to be taken lightly.

VideosFinding Carter Season 2: Watch the First 8 Minutes of the Twisted Premiere

“It’s a truth that involves everyone,” Prescott says. “Some people already knew about it, but others didn’t, and it’s going to tear everyone apart in different ways.”

Below, Prescott and co-star Anna Jacoby-Heron preview more Season 2 twists, including Lori’s “sensical” plan, Crash’s surprising return and a few
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Finding Carter: Season One Ratings

MTV has had some success with their original dramatic series, Teen Wolf. Will Finding Carter be a success as well? Will it be renewed for a second season or, will it be cancelled instead? Stay tuned!

On Finding Carter, a teenager (Kathryn Prescott) discovers that her beloved single mom actually abducted her as an infant and she's reunited with her birth family. The cast also includes Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, and Zac Pullam.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.

8/19 update: Finding Carter has been renewed for a second season by MTV.

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Finding Carter: Season Two Renewal for MTV Series

MTV has renewed their Finding Carter TV show for a second season. Seen on Tuesday nights, the dramatic series is averaging 1.25 million viewers in initial airings. The first season finale is expected to air on September 16th.

On Finding Carter, a teenager (Kathryn Prescott) discovers that her beloved single mom actually abducted her as an infant and she's reunited with her birth family. The cast also includes Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, and Zac Pullam.

Here are the renewal details:

MTV Renews The Hit Coming Of Age Drama "Finding Carter" For A Second Season

"Finding Carter" Airs Tonight at 10:00 p.m. Et/Pt on MTV

Santa Monica, CA (August 19, 2014) - MTV announced today the season two pick-up of its newest scripted drama series, "Finding Carter," for 12 all-new episodes. The coming of age
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Finding Carter Midseason Trailer Reveals the Drama Is Just Beginning—Watch Now!

Finding Carter Midseason Trailer Reveals the Drama Is Just Beginning—Watch Now!
Things were finally starting to calm down and get normal again for Carter (Kathryn Prescott) on Finding Carter, MTV's kidnapping/family drama (and our newest obsession). She's started to bond with her birth mother Elizabeth (Cynthia Watros) now that the cop promised to stop hunting down Lori (Milena Govich), the woman who kidnapped and raised Carter like her own daughter. She's started to treat her newly discovered twin Taylor (Anna Jacoby-Heron) like a real sister. She's made real friends at her new school. She's even got herself a hot new boyfriend. Things are finally good for Carter after her life got turned upside down in the series premiere.  But you know what that means, right? Even...
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Alexis Denisof Talks Finding Carter, Tackling Tough Issues, Being a Part Of Grimm, and Working With Joss Whedon

The new MTV series Finding Carter is an emotional family drama that centers on Carter (Kathryn Prescott), a teenage girl who thinks she has the perfect life until one night, after a police bust at a high school party, she is told that the woman who she believes to be her biological mother actually abducted her as a toddler. Now back at home with her biological family, which includes her parents (Cynthia Watros and Alexis Denisof), twin sister (Anna Jacoby-Heron) and younger brother (Zac Pullam), she must not only figure out who she really is, but also what her place is in her family. During this recent exclusive interview with Collider, actor Alexis Denisof talked about how he came to be a part of Finding Carter, how challenging the one-hour drama format is, getting to explore the light and dark with this story, the easy chemistry among the actors playing this family,
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Did MTV's Finding Carter Capture You?

Did MTV's Finding Carter Capture You?
What if your family wasn’t your family?

While we all might wish that at some point when relatives are driving us nuts, in MTV’s new series Finding Carter, it becomes a nightmare reality when the titular heroine discovers her “mom” kidnapped her. Now, she’s forced to live with her “real” family — but you don’t have to, so will you stick with them?

Related Finding Carter Stars Preview ‘Intense,’ ‘Fun’ New MTV Kidnapping Drama

Before you chime in with your thoughts on Tuesday’s premiere, a recap of just the pilot (MTV also aired Episode 2 tonight):
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'Finding Carter' is, improbably, a subtle show about kidnapping

'Finding Carter' is, improbably, a subtle show about kidnapping
There’s something appealingly retro about MTV’s latest scripted offering—and not just because Finding Carter bears a striking resemblance to Caroline B. Cooney’s beloved 1990 novel The Face on the Milk Carton. (You may know it better as the inspiration for a TV movie that aired in 1995).

These days, shows for and about teenagers tend to fall into one of two categories: the Ryan Murphy-esque dramedy (high-energy, soaked with pop culture references, alternating wildly between irony and sincerity; see MTV’s own Faking It or Awkward. for examples), or the Gossip Girl-ian glitzy melodrama (think privileged
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TV Review: ‘Finding Carter’

TV Review: ‘Finding Carter’
What sounds like a highly provocative concept quickly devolves into a standard-issue, ABC Family-style soap in “Finding Carter,” a series whose protagonist is the right age for MTV, yet which feels fuzzily off-brand. Kathryn Prescott stars as a 16-year-old girl who discovers she was abducted at age 3 and is reunited with a family she doesn’t know, while missing the woman who happily raised her. Granted, MTV ought to be able to branch out within its younger demo, but this is still such a me-too idea it’s pretty hard to get spirited away by it.

Although one can appreciate the desire to plunge right into the story (created by Emily Silver, who shares writing credit with showrunner Terri Minsky), it might help if viewers had a little longer to get to know Prescott’s Carter in her initial environs, before a chance arrest lands her in the system and leads to her unwelcome,
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MTV Releases Trailer For Upcoming Teen-Abduction Drama Finding Carter

MTV is bringing Finding Carter, a series about a teen that was abducted as a child, to a television screen near you this July, and to get fans ready the network has released the first trailer for the show.

Finding Carter focuses on a teenage girl, Carter (Kathryn Prescott), who is picked up after a party she’s at gets busted only to be identified as a missing child. Carter finds out that the woman who raised her not only isn’t her mother, but actually kidnapped her when she was just a toddler.

The series follows Carter as she struggles to reintegrate into her real family and come to terms with the awkward new situation in front of her. From the 90-second trailer it looks like the hardest part of this transition will be understanding how much of her life up until this point was a lie. It’ll
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