TV Review: ABC Family's 'The Nine Lives of Chloe King'

Back in the day, the old WB and The CW used to be in the star-making business, taking actors and actresses with a few supporting credits and then making them into mainstream sensations (or, at the very least, making them into fodder for cheaply produced slasher films).

 It's not what The CW does so much anymore. 

 This year's new dramas include The Triumphant Return of Sarah Michelle Gellar ("Ringer), The Triumphant Return of Rachel Bilson ("Hart of Dixie") and The Triumphant Return [After We Canceled Her Last CW Drama] of Britt Robertson ("The Secret Circle"). Last year's CW dramas were fronted by semi-movie-star Maggie Q ("Nikita") and tween favorites Aly Michalka and Ashley Tisdale ("Hellcats"). While several of those shows feature less-familiar potential breakouts in supporting roles, The CW has begun to increasingly bank on stars who bring their names to billboards in addition to their pretty faces. Read More...


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