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Luke Perry Joins Kelli Williams in Up’s First Scripted Series ‘Ties That Bind’

Luke Perry Joins Kelli Williams in Up’s First Scripted Series ‘Ties That Bind’
Up network’s first original scripted series “Ties That Bind” has found its cast, including Luke Perry of “Beverly Hills 90210,” Variety has learned.

Joining Perry and previously announced “The Practice” and “Army Wives” alum Kelli Williams on the police procedural/family drama are Jonathan Scarfe (“Hell On Wheels,” “Perception”), Dion Johnstone (The Tempest, “Defiance”), Mitchell Kummen (“The Tomorrow People”), Natasha Calis (“The Firm”), Rhys Matthew Bond (“The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story”) and Matreya Scarrwener (“Once Upon a Time”).

“Ties that Bind” revolves around Allison McLean (Williams), a tough and experienced police detective, mother and wife in suburban Seattle. When she and her police partner (Johnstone) must arrest her brother (Perry) for aggravated assault, her world drastically changes as he’s convicted and sent to prison, leaving his two teenagers teetering on the brink of foster care. Ultimately, she takes them into her home, ending up with four teenagers to raise.
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A Modern 'Pride & Prejudice' Courtesy Of Jennifer Love Hewitt?

A Modern 'Pride & Prejudice' Courtesy Of Jennifer Love Hewitt?
Move over Colin Firth, Lifetime is reportedly looking at adapting a modern-day version of "Pride and Prejudice" for the small screen, to be produced by Jennifer Love Hewitt.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hewitt and Lifetime are joining forces for "Darcy's Town," which will take place in a small Virginia town in the present day. The script is being penned by "Charmed" writer-producer Sheryl J. Anderson and the project originated at Hewitt's production company, Fedora Films.

Hewitt and Lifetime have an existing relationship, since the star currently headlines the network's drama series "The Client List," which was renewed for a second season earlier this year. Lifetime recently signed a first-look development deal with Fedora, and "Darcy's Town" joins a number of other projects Hewitt is working on with the cable network.

The most enduring version of "Pride and Prejudice" was a British television adaptation produced in 1995, starring Colin Firth as Mr.
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A Modern 'Pride & Prejudice' Courtesy Of Jennifer Love Hewitt?

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A Modern 'Pride & Prejudice' Courtesy Of Jennifer Love Hewitt?
Move over Colin Firth, Lifetime is reportedly looking at adapting a modern-day version of "Pride and Prejudice" for the small screen, to be produced by Jennifer Love Hewitt.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hewitt and Lifetime are joining forces for "Darcy's Town," which will take place in a small Virginia town in the present day. The script is being penned by "Charmed" writer-producer Sheryl J. Anderson and the project originated at Hewitt's production company, Fedora Films.

Hewitt and Lifetime have an existing relationship, since the star currently headlines the network's drama series "The Client List," which was renewed for a second season earlier this year. Lifetime recently signed a first-look development deal with Fedora, and "Darcy's Town" joins a number of other projects Hewitt is working on with the cable network.

The most enduring version of "Pride and Prejudice" was a British television adaptation produced in 1995, starring Colin Firth as Mr.
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