Actress Sutton Foster chats about her new role in "Younger" and the possibility of returning to the stage. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2015/06/09/sutton-foster-talks-younger-and-bunheads-at-atx-television-festival/?mod=WSJBlog
Its been twoyears and four-ish months sincethe ladies of ABC Familys Bunheads danced their way off of our screens (thoughneverout of our hearts). So, what are the former residents of Paradise up to now? That was one of the many questions fieldedbythe showscreator Amy Sherman-Palladino, who was joined by three of its stars Sutton Foster,  http://tvline.com/2015/06/05/bunheads-reunion-secrets-future-atx-festival-panel/
Bunheads ' Bailey Buntain is a little more than Ben bargained for on Baby Daddy . On Wednesday's episode (8:30/7:30c, ABC Family), the former ballerina guest-stars as Bailey, a fast-talking spitfire whom Bonnie ( Melissa Peterman ) sets up with her son Ben ( Jean-Luc Bilodeau ). When Ben suddenly realizes Bailey is pretty much the mini-version of his mom, he tries to break up with her — but to no avail. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Bunheads-Bailey-Buntain-1079734.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Luke Grimes is out, and Nathan Parsons is in! The former Bunheads actor joins the cast of True Blood's seventh and final season as the replacement for Grimes' character James. Goodbye Luke Grimes, Hello Nathan Parsons! True Blood has recast vampire James. TV Line reports that Bunheads actor, Nathan Parsons will take over the series-regular role for the 7th and final season of the HBO drama. Grimes, who played the soulful vampire in season six, reportedly asked to be released from his contract due to the creative direction of his character. Grimes is also busy filming the Fifty Shades if Grey film adaptation, in which he will play Christian Grey's brother Elliot. So what's planned for James in season 7? Looks like a love triangle! And probably some more brooding. Let us know your thoughts on the recast in the comments below and stick with us at Celebified for more TV scoop!
Bunheads star Sutton Foster has found her next small-screen gig. The actress has been tapped to star in TV Land's Darren Star pilot Younger , The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Based on the novel of the same name by Pamela Redmond Satran , Younger tells the story of a suddenly single New Jersey housewife and mother in her early 40s who, unable to restart her career, decides to lie about her age and successfully passes herself off as a 20-something. Armed with a makeover and new résumé, she wins a position at the city's hottest publishing company. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/jWZ0-Mhim1o/story01.htm
Bunheads star Bailey Buntain is heading to ABC Family's Baby Daddy , TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Buntain will play Bailey, a fast-talking, vivacious spitfire who is dating Ben ( Jean-Luc Bilodeau ). The only problem? Ben soon realizes that Bailey is essentially the younger version of his mother Bonnie ( Melissa Peterman ). Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Bunheads-Baby-Daddy-1071534.aspx?rss=breakingnews
"Bunheads" may be over, but the kids are still dancing. A video put together by the series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino gives us a dance compilation called "A Farewell to Bunheads."The video was filmed on Aug. 17, long after ABC Family canceled the single-season show. In it, the young dancers who made up Miss Fanny's studio wander into a fairly empty room and then proceed to perform. Those who watched the dance numbers obsessively should catch more than one reference to several "Bunheads" pieces. Sasha's "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" dance, for example, gets the repeat treatment.Most of the young dancers and actors from the series are here. Bailey Buntain (Ginny), Julia Goldani Telles (Sasha), Kaitlyn Jenkins (Boo, who unfortunately couldn't perform because of an injury) and Jeanine Mason (Cozette) are joined by those seen mostly in the background of the show itself: Matisse Love, Ra'Jahnae "Rae Rae" Patterson, Colleen Craig, Maine Kawashima, Eli Gruska, Adam Bernstein, Edgar... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/08/bunheads-video-a-farewell-to-bunheads-dance.html
Bye bye Bunheads! ABC Family has decided to officially cancel the ballerina-centric drama after just one season. The network issued a statement that read "Bunheads is a wonderful series that we are very proud to have aired. We took extra time to try and find ways to bring the series back for another season, but in the end it simply wasn't possible." The news comes just one week after fellow ABC Family series The Lying Game was also given the axe -- will you miss Bunheads and the Paradise Dance Academy crew? Sound off in the comments and stick with us at Celebified for more of the latest TV scoop.
ABC Family has canceled the beloved but ratings-challenged dramedy "Bunheads" after a single season. The series was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and starred two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster (who really, seriously, totally deserved an Emmy nomination for her work).The series wrapped its first season back in February but ABC Family took its time making any official decision about the show's future, reportedly in order to see how new summer series -- including "The Fosters" and "Twisted" -- performed in the ratings. The network canceled another bubble show, "The Lying Game," last week.RELATED: Five reasons ABC Family should renew "Bunheads"The first season of "Bunheads" averaged a 0.5 rating in the 18-49 demo and 1.25 million total viewers overall. The series also starred "Gilmore" alum Kelly Bishop and a quartet of immensely promising young actresses: Julia Goldani Telles, Kaitlyn Jenkins, Bailey Buntain and Emma Dumont.Season 1 ended on a cliffhanger of sorts with emotionally vulnerable Ginny (Buntain)... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/07/bunheads-canceled-by-abc-family-after-one-season.html
The network hasn't canceled the Amy Sherman-Palladino-created series but this set disassembling doesn't bode well for the show's future. Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00061888.html