Tuesday brings the one-year anniversary of Life Unexpected's premiere, as well as its series finale. The two-hour event promises to tie up the loose ends with Lux's relationship with Mr. Daniels being exposed as well as the old affair between Emma and Baze's dad. To help get you ready to say goodbye, the CW has two new clips from the finale. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/life-unexpected/life-unexpected-series-finale-39052.aspx
The CW isn't yet calling the two-hour episode of Life Unexpected on January 18 a series finale, but that's what most people are suspecting it is. The CW warns that it will be an emotional episode. Below are promo photos and a synopsis for the episode. TWO-HOUR SEASON FINALE — Baze (Kristoffer Polaha) considers buying a house and planning a future with Emma (guest star Emma Caulfield), not realizing the devastating secret she is hiding about her romantic past with his father. Read more... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/Bx8hT2Ipcmo/43838
Check out photos from LIFE UNEXPECTED "Affair Remembered" Season 2 Episode 13 which airs on Tuesday January 18 at 9pm on the CW. Episode Synopsis: There is no official synopsis at this time. Show Summary: After spending all of her 15 years bouncing from one foster family to another in Portland, Oregon, Lux (Britt Robertson, "Swingtown") has decided it’s time to take control of her life and become an emancipated minor. Her journey through the legal maze of emancipation leads Lux to her biological father, thirty-something Nate "Baze" Bazile (Kristoffer Polaha, "Mad Men"), who is astonished to learn that he has a teenage daughter. Baze owns a bar and still lives like an aging frat boy with his two slacker roommates, Math (Austin Basis, "Life on Mars") and Jamie (Reggie Austin, "The Starter Wife"). Source & More Photos
Kristoffer Polaha and his wife, actress Julianne Morris, welcomed a baby boy early Sunday, the Life Unexpected star announced on his Facebook page. "Welcome to the world little Jude," he wrote. This is the third boy for the couple, who married in 2003. Polaha, 33, and Morris, 42, have two sons: Caleb, 6, and Micah, 4. Source Here
There are only two episodes of LIFE UNEXPECTED left and, quite frankly, that breaks our heart a little. Yes, we understand the reality of the ratings business. But really, when was the last time The CW aired a show so darn lovable? In honor of the series, LUX creator Liz Tigelaar and stars Shiri Appleby (Cate) and Kristoffer Polaha (Baze) participated in IBG’s Conversation event — a benefit for Portland’s Boys & Girls Aid — this weekend. Keep reading for some of their thoughts on LUX, its fans, a few of their favorite memories and more… Tigelaar told us that when she got the call from The CW, saying they wouldn’t be ordering the back nine episodes of season two — just one day before they were to prep what would be the final hour of the show — she and the writers had to figure out what LIFE UNEXPECTED was really about: a love triangle or a family? The writers concluded that LUX was about a family and were able to make a few tweaks to give the finale some closure. http://www.givememyremote.com/remote/2010/12/14/life-unexpected-shiri-appleby-kris-polaha-liz-tigelaar-talk-finale/
When Life Unexpected returns for a special two-hour event on January 18, it won't just be a season finale, it will be a series finale. While the CW is billing it as just the end of season 2, the truth is that Life Unexpected will come to an end in the new year. The network might not like to promote it, but the studio behind the show, Warner Brothers, has announced that it will release a special six-disc DVD set called Life Unexpected : The Complete Series on April 5. Luckily the writers were given some notice, so fans shouldn't be left with a cliffhanger or any open questions. To Read More Click Here.
Hellcats will move to Tuesday nights when the CW kicks off its midseason schedule in January, the network announced Monday. The cheerleading drama will return from its winter hiatus on Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 9/8c following One Tree Hill at 8/7c. Life Unexpected, which previously filled the timeslot, will air its final two episodes back-to-back on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 8/7c. The 16th cycle of America's Next Top Model will premiere Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 8/7c, followed by the debut of competition series Shedding for the Wedding, hosted by Sara Rue, at 9/8c. Gossip Girl and 90210 will be back with new episodes on Monday, Jan. 24, while The Vampire Diaries and Nikita return on Thursday, Jan. 27. Smallville and Supernatural are due back Friday, Jan. 28. Source Here
Tonight, check out the last new fall season episode of Glee, in which the McKinley kids celebrate the Christmas season with some of our favorite holiday hits! Also, don't forget special holiday episodes of both Eureka and Warehouse 13 on Syfy! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c A Charlie Brown Christmas on ABC One Tree Hill on The CW Glee on FOX Minute to Win It on NBC 9/8c No Ordinary Family on ABC Life Unexpected on The CW Raising Hope on FOX This Biggest Loser on NBC Eureka on Syfy -- holiday special! 9:30/8:30c Running Wilde on FOX 10/9c Detroit 187 on ABC Warehouse 13 on Syfy -- holiday special! 16 and Pregnant on MTV Glory Daze on TBS What will you be watching?
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming episode of LIFE UNEXPECTED "Stand Taken" Season 2 Episode 11 which airs on Tuesday December 7 at 9pm on the CW. Episode Synopsis: LUX AND TASHA’S FRIENDSHIP IS PUT TO THE TEST — Lux (Britt Robertson) and Tasha (guest star Ksenia Solo) are forced to deal with the fallout of their recent actions and the potential outcome could change the course of both their lives. As a result, Lux can no longer hide her past from Cate (Shiri Appleby) and Baze (Kristoffer Polaha). Kerr Smith also stars. Gary Fleder directed the episode written by Adele Lim. Source & Preview
When a network declines to pick up the second half of a television season, it's usually a sign that the show won't return for another year. Most people would probably throw in the towel -- but not the cast and crew of 'Life Unexpected.' When star Britt Robertson spoke with TV Squad a couple of weeks ago, she said the bad news only made her work harder. "It's so easy to be like 'Alright, let's close up the shop,'" she said. "But there are so many people who love the show and are having such a great time on it that it's just made us fight harder to show The CW what they're missing out on." In the final four episodes of season 2, Robertson's character, Lux, will continue her illicit relationship with her English teacher ("It's so wrong, but so good!" Robertson said, and it will unfold into "some pretty big situations.") and deal with the abusive foster family she lived with during middle school ("There are some pretty big storylines involving that."). To Read More Click Here.