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8 de octubre de 2017

DisneyVersary 2017 - New mermaid series “Siren” to premiere on International Mermaid Day

Mermaids are the new vampires. At least that’s what Disney’s cable channel Freeform is hoping with their new TV series “Siren.” The show had a panel at this week’s New York City Comic-Con where they debuted a first-look clip of the new series.

To the packed room of nearly 1000 fans, Disney also announced that the new original drama will premiere on Thursday March 29, with a special two-hour episode. Perhaps not coincidentally, that’s also International Mermaid Day. No one told me, but Disney obviously hopes dark scary mermaid stories are in vogue right now.

Also announced during the panel was the casting of Aylya Marzoff (“Grandfathered”) and Sedale Threatt Jr. (“Hap and Leonard”) who will both join the cast in recurring roles. Marzoff will portray Katrina, an alpha leader of the mermaid colony, while Threatt Jr. will portray Levi, a warrior merman with an imposing presence.

About the show
What if there was something sinister swimming beneath the sea’s surface? In Freeform’s next epic tale, “Siren,” the coastal town of Bristol Cove, known for its legend of once being home to mermaids, is turned upside down when a mysterious girl (Eline Powell) appears and begins wreaking havoc upon the small fishing town. Using their resources, marine biologists Ben (Alex Roe) and Maddie (Fola Evans-Akingbola) must work together to find out who and what drove this primal hunter of the deep sea to land, and are there more like her out there?

In case you missed it, here is the first trailer for the show from 5 months ago:

“Siren” is based on a story by Eric Wald and Dean White who both serve as executive producers. Emily Whitesell (“Finding Carter”) serves as showrunner and executive producer. Brad Luff, Nate Hopper and RD Robb also serve as executive producers.

20 de abril de 2016


That's a wrap. The cast and crew of Switched at Birth just finished filming the series yesterday, and they all shared their feelings about the end of the show on Twitter and Instagram.

Lea Thompson posted a video on Twitter that shows the exact moment the show officially wrapped and the last scene was filmed.

Lucas Grabeel wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram, along with a cast photo, saying, "What a sad day. After 5 years, today was the last day of @switchedatbirthtv. Love all of these people to death."

Ryan Lane shared the same pic as Lucas, and really just wanted to think the fans for their continued support over the years.

"Our last day today. The show officially wrapped. 馃槩 Not everyone was able to be here today or called as many wrapped their scenes last week. They are with us in spirit in this photo, Marlee Matlin, Sean Berdy, BK Cannon, Ivonne Coll, Gilles Marini, Terrell Tilford, Sam Adegoke, Bianca Bethune, Stephanie Nogueras, Daniel Durant and many many more from 5 seasons and of course our talented crew, writers and interpreters and goes without saying to our fans & viewers. Thank you everyone from the bottom of my heart," he wrote.

It's definitely a bittersweet time! The show has been on the air for five years now and we now have to wait until 2017 to see the final fifth season, but at least it's something to look forward too.

27 de marzo de 2016

The Fosters' Maia Mitchell Previews 'Dangerous' Finale, Callie's 'Rage'

The Fosters are in mourning, and they’re expressing their grief in radically divergent ways.

In the aftermath of Jack’s shocking death, “everyone responds very differently” to the loss of Jude’s friend, star Maia Mitchell previews. While Callie gets mad at the world, her brother takes a spiritual approach to understanding his pal’s untimely demise.

It all leads up to “probably the most dramatic” season ender yet for the Freeform drama (airing Monday at 8/7c), the actress teases. “[It’s] the most scary, dangerous and unpredictable [cliffhanger].” Below, Mitchell surveys the state of the Callie/Brandon/AJ love triangle and promises an explosive moment with Callie’s shady mentor Justina.

TVLINE | How does the family deal with Jack’s death?
Obviously, it hits much harder for Callie and Jude and the moms. Callie [has] just pure anger and hatred for the system. It’s the end of her tether, and she really finds this new self-motivated rage that opens her eyes to what she’s been involved in and what she’s endorsing, [which] maybe isn’t potentially what is best for children like Jack. Jude begins a spiritual journey a little bit and considers what happens after death. [He] is much more reflective and internally sad, whereas Callie is gung-ho about it. The moms [are] quite interested in how Pearson got another kid in the first place, and they discover that it was through privatization. So their main concern is for Callie and what she’s endorsing and that she really understands the full weight of what she’s publicly reforming. It’s the catalyst for a lot of change.

TVLINE | Callie had some moments of contemplation about her relationship with Brandon during R&J. What has she learned from that experience with him?
I go back and forth myself, personally, with Callie and Brandon all the time… She’s definitely reflecting and sad and grieving and proud of him. I don’t think it’s going to change their course of action. They both know what has to happen, and they’re on the right track with it. It’s just that they will have moments where stuff happens [like in] the garage. It’s bound to happen. But they both know what the priority is.

TVLINE | In the season finale, where is Callie’s heart at? Is she moving forward with AJ?
Yeah, you see her really try to mend that relationship, but that’s not fully resolved. We’re going to have to wait until Season 4 for that one.

TVLINE | Will the finale give viewers some resolution as to Justina’s true intentions, whether we should see her as a good or bad person?
Yes, you will have full closure.

TVLINE | That’s been such a mysterious storyline. What’s been your reaction to it?

Kelli [Williams] plays Justina so perfectly. She’s so awesome. I love working with her because [Justina is] so manipulative, and I think the character really does think that she’s doing the right thing. But it’s just so twisted and under the surface and manipulative. Because if it was overt, Callie would be onto it… You’re definitely going to see all of those moments culminate and explode in the finale and see Callie quite sassy. [Laughs]

23 de marzo de 2016

Ashley Benson Wants To Lock Hannah & Caleb In A Room Together

Ashley Benson Wants To Lock Hannah & Caleb In A Room TogetherAshley Benson tests out a few shades of Buxom Cosmetics gloss at Ulta Beauty in Los Angeles on Monday afternoon (March 21).

A few days later on, the 26-year-old Pretty Little Liars actress was seen arriving for a meeting at Montage Beverly Hills.

“Let’s just put me away with Caleb, so then we have no choice but to be back together,” Ashley proposed when asked how to get Hanna and Caleb, played by Tyler Blackburn, back together on PLL.

She added, Just lock us in the room the whole season and he’s the only one I see and then we get married…We just marry ourselves. Actually, Aria can do it! Aria can marry us. It would be great, just stuck in the basement like all the moms were. It’ll just be a reoccurring theme.”

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9 de febrero de 2016

Disney TV Noticias presenta: “The Fosters”, Cap铆tulo “Under Water” Se Emitir谩 en Freeform el Lunes 15 de Febrero de 2016

"Under Water", despu茅s de que Callie y Jude descubren que Jack est谩 siendo abusado por otros ni帽os en su casa acogida del grupo, se convierten a defensor de la crianza Justina ("invitada especial" Kelli Williams, "The Practice") para conseguir ayuda. Jes煤s intenta conocer a Gabe en el trabajo as铆 como Nick le insta a decir a Gabe la verdad acerca de qui茅n es. Mientras tanto, Mariana se sorprende cuando Nick pide su salida, en un episodio estreno de "The Fosters", que se estrenar谩 el lunes, 15 de febrero (entre las 8:00 y las 9:00 p.m. ET/PT) por el canal Freeform.

"The Fosters", serie protagonizada por Teri Polo (Meet the Parents) como Stef Adams Foster, Sherri Saum (In Treatment) como Lena Adams Foster, Hayden Byerly (Parenthood) como Jude Adams Foster, David Lambert (Aaron Stone) como Brandon Foster, Maia Mitchell (Teen Beach Movie) como Callie Jacob, Danny Nucci (Titanic) como Mike Foster, Noah Centineo (How To Build a Better Boy) y Cierra Ramirez (The Secret Life of the American Teenager) como Mariana Adams Foster.

Productores: Jennifer Lopez, Peter Paige, Bradley Bredeweg, Joanna Johnson, Greg Gugliotta, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas y Benny Medina.

Fuente Oficial : Freeform


7 de febrero de 2016

“Pretty Little Liars” Episode “Do Not Disturb” Airs On The Freeform Channel February 9, 2016

“Do Not Disturb” – Convinced that Sara Harvey is behind the new threats, the Liars work together to get answers, in a new episode of Pretty Little Liars, premiering Tuesday, February 9 (8:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Freeform.

Pretty Little Liars is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Joseph Dougherty. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Tyler Blackburn, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Laura Leighton, Shay Mitchell, Janel Parrish and Sasha Pieterse.

Source: Freeform



26 de enero de 2016

Exclusive Interview with Katherine McNamara: Part One

Kat McNamara as "Clary Fray" (Photo courtesy of Freeform)BYOU Magazine’s “Kat’s Korner” columnist actress Katherine McNamara recently launched a new show, starring as Clary Fray in Freeform’s new television series Shadowhunters, based on the bestselling popular young adult book series, The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare.

Shadowhunters follows Clary Fray (Katherine McNamara), who finds out on her birthday that she is not who she thinks she is, but rather comes from a long line of Shadowhunters – human-angel hybrids who work to make the world a better place by hunting down demons. Thrown into this world after her mother is kidnapped, Clary must rely on the mysterious Jace and his fellow Shadowhunters, Isabelle and Alec, to navigate this new dark world. With her best friend Simon in tow, Clary looks for answers that could help her find her mother.

We recently had a chance to get the scoop from Katherine about her new role when BYOU Magazine’s publisher/editor-in-chief Debra Gano chatted with her. Below you’ll find Part One of our exclusive interview with Katherine McNamara – and look for Part Two coming soon!

Debra: Hi Kat! Can you please share with us how you came to play the role of “Clary Fray”?

KATHERINE: I was sent the script of Shadowhunters almost a year ago and I was so excited to have the chance to audition. I had known about the book series and I was a huge fan of Lily Collins [who played Clary Fray in the Shadowhunters movie]. I auditioned a bunch of times and then I got to the screen test, which was the first time I met Alberto [who plays Simon] and Emeraude [who plays Isabelle] when they were in the room. And then I got to the “chemistry” test where I screen-tested with Dom [who plays Jace], which was such a relief because Dom and I had already been friends for a year. When you’re doing a relationship on screen that has such chemistry and so much emotion in it, it helps when you know the person. You’re already comfortable with them and have trust in them, so you can play and have fun, and really explore the scene. After that, I had a screen test with Alberto, who I sort of knew now, and he and I hit it off immediately.

I didn’t hear anything for about a week and remember seeing on Shadowhunter’s Twitter that they were going to announce the actress who was playing Clary in two hours and I still hadn’t heard anything. I knew it was between me and another girl, so I thought, “Oh well, it must not be me. I guess they went another way.” Then all of a sudden, I get a call from my team saying, “Hold on, they haven’t said anything to anyone yet. Hang tight!” And, of course, then I’m going bonkers from seeing all the buzz on Twitter about it, so I went to the gym to get myself together and not think about it for two hours. Ten minutes before they’re about to announce it on Twitter, I get the call saying, “Congratulations, you will be playing the role of Clary Fray—just wait, your phone is about to explode!” Between all of the phone calls and text messages, tweets, Instagrams, everything that was happening all at once, my phone literally quit working for a few hours! I couldn’t call anybody, I couldn’t text anybody, I just had to sit there and process. I have to say those ten minutes felt longer than the two hours simply because I was speechless and so honored and excited and floored that I was going to be playing this role. But then it hit me: the whole Shadowhunters fandom was about to find out, and I had no idea how they were going to react. I was thinking, “Are they going to be OK with this choice? Are they going to like me? Are they going to accept me as their Clary Fray?” Because that could be disastrous if they didn’t!

Kat McNamara Quote-2 Debra: I wondered if you had felt any nervousness or intimidation about playing the role of the main character of such a popular book series with such loyal (and opinionated) fans.

KATHERINE: At first I did because I realized from the buzz on Twitter the enormity of the fandom; how fierce and opinionated they are, and I was just hoping they were happy with this choice. When you read a book you have such an attachment to these characters because your imagination adds so much to it, especially a series with a lot of young characters who are growing up themselves and you’re growing up while you’re reading these books. You look up to these characters and they become your heroes and you have such a personal relationship with the characters. So, when we’re tasked with bring this to life it’s very exciting, but it’s also a huge responsibility. It’s something I don’t take lightly and I never will. My whole goal is to do justice to the story and to pay homage to these characters that so many people have such an attachment to. I am so honored and excited to be playing a role like this and sharing this with the fans, and so happy that the fandom welcomed me with open arms, as they did the rest of the cast.

Debra: That’s awesome! But there will always be those negative comments, like saying the show is not like the book, etc. – how do you handle those?

KATHERINE: You really just have to let it roll off your back. What we’ve been trying to let the fans know, especially fans who have such an attachment to these books, is that yes, we are staying true to the spirit of books and to the characters, but there are an infinite number of versions of this story. Because we know we can’t please everyone, we’re trying to create our own interpretation and perspective of this story—meet in the middle and hopefully make as many people as possible happy.

Debra: During the Shadowhunters premiere, I saw you posted on Twitter that “Dark, broken people are my favorite to play. So different from me!” I agree; you are anything BUT dark or broken! Can you share more about that?

KATHERINE: I love being an actor and playing characters that challenge me – to be in situations that are a challenge, because nobody really becomes an actor to play it safe and just play happy, light things all the time. Actors are the people who go to dark places; we’re the people who experience those emotions that nobody wants to experience. And by experiencing and sharing those dark, scary places with our audience, it shows that it’s OK to feel like that sometimes. It’s OK to have moments, to be scared, or have doubts. But what’s important is that you come out of those moments and move on; pick yourself back up, start again, and carry on.

Clary does this in the first episode, and she continues to do so throughout the season. Everything she knows and what she loves, everything she thought she could count on, is taken away from her and she’s left with literally rubble. She has to pick herself up, and trust these strangers and find her own way in this new and terrifying dark world. It’s a metaphor for growing up in a sense—you’ve had all these illusions of what life is like as a kid and as you grow up you realize that world isn’t always a happy place. But it’s how you handle it and how you tackle it. You can make the world a better place or you make your perspective better simply on how you handle situations.

22 de enero de 2016

Lucy Hale Has Been Lying to Her Fans For Years

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Everyone knows that Lucy Hale is one of the stars of Pretty Little Liars but a very small number of people are aware that she is a liar in real life! Alright, it's not as serious as it sounds and lots of celebs do it. But, Lucy's real name isn't really's Karen! Apparently, she changed her name once she got into show biz.

The name Lucy isn't completely random though. Her middle name is actually Lucille so technically she isn't totally lying. She appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and was exposed! She handled the situation well and explained the name drama. should we start referring to as Karen? LOL just kidding.

15 de enero de 2016

Escandalos Disney — Lucy Hale Gets Hacked With Taylor Swift Lyrics

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Lucy Hale just got hacked in, perhaps, the most innocuous way ever. It wasn't too surprising to see the Pretty Little Liars actress start tweeting lyrics to Taylor Swift songs, but her reps confirmed the news to Gossip Cop that her account has been compromised.

The hacker tweeted our lyrics to "Wildest Dreams" and "Blank Space."

While it's definitely not cool to get hacked, this is probably one of the nicer situations that we've seen! Besides, who doesn't love a good T. Swift song?!

14 de enero de 2016

“Pretty Little Liars” Episode “Charlotte’s Web” Airs On Freeform January 19, 2016

“Charlotte’s Web” – The Liars start to look at one of their own as questions arise regarding the new mystery, in a new episode of Pretty Little Liars, premiering Tuesday, January 19 (8:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on Freeform.

Pretty Little Liars is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and is executive produced by I. Marlene King, Oliver Goldstick, Leslie Morgenstein and Joseph Dougherty. The series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Tyler Blackburn, Lucy Hale, Ian Harding, Laura Leighton, Shay Mitchell, Janel Parrish and Sasha Pieterse.

Source: Freeform

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Love It Up News: Season 2 Episode 8: CUTE: Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron and Laura Marano Congratulate Zendaya.

How sweet! Last night after Zendaya picked up a Kid’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Star, her fellow nominees, Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron an...