That means more of the sparkling wit and idiosyncratic style of creator Amy Sherman-Palladino ("Gilmore Girls") that separates "Bunheads" from everything else on ABC Family's schedule. And more of the delightfully screwed-up former showgirl Michelle (two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster) sparring with feisty mother-in-law Fanny (Kelly Bishop).
It also means more of the four young ballet students who give the show its name (and were just starting to come into their own when the initial run of 10 episodes ended in August): Julia Goldani Telles as rebellious prodigy Sasha, Kaitlyn Jenkins as passionate and good-natured Boo, Bailey Buntain as bubbly Ginny, and Emma Dumont blunt-talking tomboy Melanie.
Zap2it talked to all four of the actresses about what's ahead in »
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