11 items from 2013
TVLine has learned exclusively that the actress will guest-star on the sophomore comedy as the sister of new series regular Adam Pally‘s Dr. Peter Prentice. Sources say the visit could potentially spill over into a second episode.
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- Matt Webb Mitovich
The popular novel Sisterland is heading to TV, Deadline reports. Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage's production company is behind the series, and Mistresses' Rina Mimoun will adapt the book for the pilot, which has landed at ABC. The story centers on identical twin sisters who have psychic powers — powers that one of them embraces and publicizes, and that one tries to hide. Mimoun has a vastly underappreciated sisterhood show under her belt already: 2008's short-lived CW show Privileged, which is still the best role Joanna Garcia's ever had. »
- Margaret Lyons
Exclusive: Fake Empire‘s Josh Schwartz & Stephanie Savage and Rina Mimoun were among the WB/CW’s top writer-producer talent. Now the trio have teamed at their new home, ABC Studios, where both Fake Empire and Mimoun are under overall deals. Their collaboration is drama project Sisterland, which has landed at ABC. Based on the best-selling novel by Curtis Sittenfeld, Sisterland tells the story of identical twin sisters born with paranormal abilities and how those abilities shape their very different lives. Mimoun is writing the adaptation and is executive producing with Schwartz, Savage and Fake Empire president of television Len Goldstein. This marks Wme-repped Fake Empire’s fourth sale in its first development season at ABC Studios. The company has another drama at ABC penned by Joshua Safran as well as two comedies, one by Ali Adler and one from writers Isaac Aptaker & Elizabeth Berger. Mimoun, creator/exec producer of The CW’s Privileged, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Once Upon a Time has found Ariel’s soul mate.
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Prince Eric is, of course, known for being the love interest of mermaid Ariel, who will be portrayed by JoAnna Garcia Swisher (Reba, Privileged). Both characters will debut in this season’s sixth episode, appropriately titled “Ariel.”
Though little has been confirmed about Once‘s wrinkle on Ariel’s fish tale, »
- Vlada Gelman
It's hard to believe "Newsies" has been around since 1992. Directed by choreographer Kenny Ortega (who you can also thank for the the "High School Musical" series), the film was a major box office flop, but later gained a cult following on home video. Now, it's been turned into a Broadway musical that has earned eight Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical, winning Best Choreography and Best Original Score.
For those of you who have been waking up every day for the past 21 years with "Seize The Day" stuck in your head, this is for you. Scroll down to see where the cast of the beloved Disney movie is today.
David Moscow, "David Jacobs"
Oh hey, Duncan, from your favorite failed 1999 TV show "Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane." David was also in the movies "Just Married," "Honey" and "Vacancy 2: The First Cut." Fun fact: He was once engaged to Kerry Washington. »
- Elizabeth Perle
The denizens of Bluebell will have another handsome face to look at this fall.
Per E! Online, Buckley will appear in one episode as Peter, a sweet, ordinary guy who has a chance encounter with Lemon while passing through Bluebell.
Dixie returns Monday, Oct. »
- Vlada Gelman
"Once Upon a Time" is going under the sea!
JoAnna Garcia Swisher has just been cast as the iconic "Little Mermaid," Ariel, for Season 3 of ABC's magical drama. The "Privileged" alum will first appear in the sixth episode, and will appear in at least two episodes.
So thrilled to welcome @JoAnnaLGarcia to the #OnceUponATime family as our Ariel! Can't wait to bring you under the sea!
-- Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) August 16, 2013
This is not the first bit of casting news for "Ouat" Season 3: Rose McIver will take on the part of Tinkerbell. The iconic fairy will have a surprising connection to another character and will appear in multiple episodes. And as for Robin Hood, Sean Maguire has replaced Tom Ellis as the vigilante due to Ellis' "Merlin" obligations, so Maguire will step in for a recurring arc. »
JoAnna Garcia Swisher is coming to Once Upon a Time!
EW confirms that the Privileged alum will play the iconic mermaid Ariel starting in the sixth episode of the new season and will appear in at least two episodes. TV Guide first reported her casting.
News of the actress’s new gig comes just weeks after EW broke the news that Rose McIver would be stepping in to fill the role of Tinkerbell, who is set to debut in the third season as well.
For more on what’s coming up on Once Upon a Time, including teases on the return of Giancarlo Esposito, »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Things just got a lot better under the sea, with the casting of JoAnna Garcia Swisher as Once Upon a Time‘s Ariel.
An ABC rep confirms for TVLine that the Reba/Privileged alum will play the mermaid with moxie in at least two episodes, starting with the sixth installment of Season 3. TV Guide Magazine first reported on the casting.
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Although Ariel’s appearance on the show — and often with Swisher’s name loosely attached »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Yesterday, we learned that Jennifer Love Hewitt was expecting her first child, and now comes news that she and her boyfriend, 34-year-old actor Brian Hallisay, plan to tie the knot. In case you don't know much about Hallisay, here's a cheat sheet.
1. He was born in Washington, D.C., and his birthday is on Halloween.
4. He's smart. He studied economics and history at Cornell.
5. He enjoys a good practical joke. In a CW Connect interview, he revealed a prank played on "Privileged" co-star Joanna Garcia. "We played a joke on Joanna and we moved her car to a place that she could not find it and we all sat back and watched as she left »
- The Huffington Post
The good news keeps on rolling in for Jennifer Love Hewitt -- she's engaged!The 34-year-old is not only expecting her first child with "The Client List" costar Brian Hallisay, but toofab confirms they're also engaged.Hallisay, also 34, reportedly popped the question while the two were vacationing in Europe together last month.So far, no additional details on the ring or the proposal have popped up, but congratulations are definitely in order.The engagement news comes just one day after the two announced they're having a child together, telling toofab "This is a wonderful time and we are looking forward to starting our family together."This is the second engagement for Jennifer, who was also engaged to ex Ross McCall from 2007-2008. She's also been linked to her "Ghost Whisperer" costar Jamie Kennedy and famously dated Carson Daly, John Mayer and the late Lfo singer Rich Cronin in the past. »
- tooFab Staff
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