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The CW Turns 10: Life Unexpected, Containment, The L.A. Complex and 7 More Underrated Gems Remembered

Can you believe its been exactly 10 years since The CW came into our lives? The networkaired its first broadcast onSept. 18, 2006, and while the love child of The WB and UPNhas delivered plenty of household hits in its first decade some of which, like The Vampire Diaries, still run to this day [] http://tvline.com/2016/09/18/the-cw-best-shows-cancelled-10-year-anniversary-photos/

'Life Unexpected' Reunion: Britt Robertson Boards Hulu's 'Casual' (Exclusive)

Robertson will reunite with the creator of the former CW series, Liz Tigelaar, who exec produces the Hulu comedy.   Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/hpOx4Wf1itU/story01.htm

'Life Unexpected's' Britt Robertson talks 'Secret Circle's' Cassie

We loved Britt Robertson in the gone-too-soon series "Life Unexpected," so we were thrilled when we found out she'd be back on The CW in a whole new role as Cassie, the protagonist of "The Secret Circle," a witchy drama in the "Vampire Diaries" vein. On "Life Unexpected," Britt's character was a foster kid who had a pretty traumatic childhood. When we first meet Cassie, she couldn't be more different. "In the beginning of the show... she has a really great relationship with her mom," Britt tells us. "They're super close and she lives a completely normal lifestyle. Pretty quickly into it, you realize that her mom -- well, she dies.  So she has to go and live with her grandmother and she's thrown into some new circumstances."In that way, Britt says that Cassie and Lux do share some parallels, which Britt says makes her job a little bit easier. "It's nice to not be... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/life-unexpecteds-britt-robertson-talks-secret-circles-cassie.html

'Life Unexpected' Star Brittany Robertson Joins 'Secret Circle'

It is becoming more and more clear that The CW is not going to continue " Life Unexpected ". Its leading star   Brittany Robertson   has joined another pilot, "Secret Circle", and she is taking the lead role, Cassie.   EW said that the casting is in "second position" to Robertson's starring role on "LUX". However, if the pilot, which is produced by " The Vampire Diaries " executive producer Kevin Williamson, is able to capture CW's affection then it could mean the death of "LUX". The network has enough material worthy for its Fall line-up.    Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00038553.html

Top Moments: Idol Flirts with Disaster, Jersey Shore Pops a Squat

Our top moments this week: 11. Worst Undercover Job:  On  Undercover Boss , Sheldon Yellen, CEO of disaster recovery company Belfor, does some immediate disaster recovery himself after hearing lowly employee Jen's sob story of how she never received a raise with her promotion last year. Holding back tears, he blows his cover on the spot and promises her more dough. (Would it have killed you to wait until the end of the episode, Sheldon?) Bonus points to Jen for her deft backpedaling in her critiques of Belfor. 10. Cruelest Bet:  On  Conan , the redheaded host settles his New England Patriots-New York Jets bet with La Bamba. Since his beloved Pats lost, O'Brien has to don a "rare collector's item" blue Jets hat, which means La Bamba doesn't have to wear nothing but a Pats hat — or so he thought. Pointing out that he is La Bamba's boss, Coco forces him to wear a monstrous Pats sculpture and strip down to nothing. Only La Bamba could win the bet and still lose. 9. Happiest Ending:  On the season (and most likely series) finale of  Life Unexpected , the action jumps ahead two years to Lux's high school graduation, where viewers finally get the relationship — and family — they wanted in the first place: Cate and Baze are back together. Now if only we could see where they all go from here. Are you listening, CW? Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Moments-Idol-Jersey-Shore-1028154.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Life Unexpected' Season 3: Could it happen?

It's no secret that "Life Unexpected's" ratings have dipped in its second season - or that they were never spectacular to begin with, even by the CW's standards. The show has hovered perpetually in the "not dead yet" zone - and it looks like it's going to stay there for a few more months.Officially, The CW has not canceled the show, but this isn't out of the ordinary. In fact, there will probably never be an official cancellation statement - more likely we simply won't see "Life Unexpected" on the Fall 2011 schedule when it's announced in May at the network Upfronts. Plus, of course, there's the little issue of the Season 2 finale, which aired on Tuesday and brought the series to a definite conclusion. If you haven't watched yet, don't read on, because - Spoiler alert! - in the final moments of the second hour, the gang flashed forward two years to Lux's... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/01/life-unexpected-season-3-could-it-happen.html

'Life Unexpected's' Shiri Appleby and Kristoffer Polaha pitch a spin-off, take us behind the scenes

While The CW hasn't officially canceled "Life Unexpected," there's a good chance that tonight's two-hour Season 2 finale event may be the last we see of the Basile-Cassidy-Thomas family, so we couldn't miss the opportunity to hang out backstage at the KTLA Morning Show with stars Kristoffer Polaha and Shiri Appleby when they stopped by to film a segment.At the news desk, Polaha and Appleby kept it clean, but once we got back to the green room, all hell broke loose. Ladies and gentlemen, the video below may not be entirely safe for work... and we love it.Creator Liz Tigelaar told Zap2it that the finale will see Cate and Baze discovering Lux's (Britt Robertson) relationship with her teacher, Eric Daniels. Appleby teases, "Personally, I am proud that my daughter has come up with a way to figure out how to suceed in life. She has ensured a way to get good grades, get into... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/01/life-unexpecteds-shiri-appleby-and-kristoffer-polaha-pitch-a-spin-off-take-us-behind-the-scenes.html

Life Unexpected Creator: "The Promise of the Pilot is Paid Off in the Finale"

Although the CW's Life Unexpecte d has been all but canceled, creator Liz Tigelaar was tasked with writing a finale that could serve as a series-ender that would satisfy fans. A show about two unlikely parents whose 16-year-old child enters their lives, Life Unexpected stars Shiri Appleby as Cate and Kristoffer Polaha as Baze, opposites who hooked up at the high school prom and subsequently produced a child. After giving her daughter up for adoption, Cate went on to become a successful radio host whose life with boyfriend Ryan (Kerr Smith) was rocked when said child, Lux (Britt Robertson), re-entered her life.  http://www.tvguide.com/News/Life-Unexpected-Finale-1027983.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Life Unexpected' finale: E.P. Liz Tigelaar shares endgame plans and addresses criticism

This time last year, "Life Unexpected" creator Liz Tigelaar was anxiously anticipating the launch of the series she'd poured her heart into. Tomorrow, one year to the day of the series' premiere, the show will air its Season 2 finale, and Tigelaar is preparing to move on to begin working with ABC, with whom she's signed an overall deal.Reps at The CW stress that the show hasn't been officially canceled, though the cast and crew don't seem particularly optimistic about their chances at a Season 3. The show, plagued by a difficult time slot and a notable lack of Season 2 promotion, has struggled in ratings, but maintains a small, dedicated fan base (including us at Zap2it!) with an active online presence.The cast also remains passionate about the show -- so passionate, in fact, that Britt Robertson broke down crying when her TV dad, Kristoffer Polaha, wrapped his final scene."She had to film her biggest... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/01/life-unexpected-finale-ep-liz-tigelaar-shares-endgame-plans-and-addresses-criticism.html

'Life Unexpected' Series Finale: Were You Satisfied?

Last night, The CW aired what is likely (but not officially) the series finale of 'Life Unexpected.' While the family drama was full of throwback WB charm, it failed to connect with enough viewers to keep it on the air. In the two-hour episode, the series wrapped up all of its loose ends in a giant bow fit for a Christmas car commercial. But you know what? It was satisfying to find out what happened to the characters we'd grown to know and love. The ending wasn't all happy, but it sure was neat. Guess that's what happens when you know how much time you have left. Read More... http://www.tvsquad.com/2011/01/19/life-unexpected-series-finale-were-you-satisfied/
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