Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Franklin & Bash) is stepping up to the plate as the male lead in the Fox pilot Pitch. The baseball drama from Dan Fogelman (Galavant) and Mark Singer stars Kylie Bunbury (Twisted) as Ginny, the first female pitcher hired by the major leagues. Per our sister site Deadline, Gosselaar will play ladies man Mike Lawson... http://tvline.com/2016/02/12/mark-paul-gosselaar-cast-fox-pilot-pitch/
ABC Family might still have us hooked with hits like Pretty Little Liars and The Fosters, but lets not forget that the network which transitions to Freeform on Jan. 12 also has a history of suddenly canceling our favorite shows, leaving us high and dry. With less than a month until the network draw sits final... http://tvline.com/2015/12/15/abc-family-cancelled-series-cliffhangers-lying-game-season-3/
Until Avan Jogia is reintroduced to television viewers as the titular pharaoh in SpikeTVs Tut (July 19, 9/8c), hes still Twisteds Danny Desaiin our hearts. So before that transition occurs, we had to get the actorsfinal thoughts on hisshort-lived ABC Family drama, including his dream pitch for a would-be Season 2. There are a lot  http://tvline.com/2015/07/02/twisted-season-2-avan-jogia-interview-tut/
New York, NY, April 29, 2015 –Spike released key art today for the Spike original limited series event Tut, with the tagline – "Boy.Rebel.King." Spike’s Tut recounts the astounding saga of one of history’s most extraordinary rulers, Tutankhamun aka King Tut, his rise to power and his struggle to lead Egypt to glory, while his closest advisors, friends and lovers scheme for their own nefarious interests. This six hour, three night ambitious original scripted limited series event premieres on Spike Sunday – Tuesday, July 19-21 (9:00 – 11:00 PM, ET/PT). One of the story’s central plot points is the complex relationship of King Tut, played by Avan Jogia, and his closest advisor, Vizer Ay, played by Academy Award®-winning actor Sir Ben Kingsley. Using a cross process technique, the key art captures their dynamic, as both characters are merged together, depicting their struggle for power. The effect of the key art create layers of intrigue, that mirror the layers of complexity in the characters. The art features the iconic Egyptian colors of blue and gold that evoke a sense of warmth and coldness, of life and death. The bold and dramatic composition captures the tone of Tut’s epic story, and is a reflection of Spike’s new look and brand promise, delivering faces with tremendous star power who truly are "the ones to watch." Created in collaboration with 30Sixty Advertising, the key art was shot on location in Morocco by photographer Mattias Clamer. Thrust into power after the murder of his father, Tut (Jogia) is forced to marry his strong willed, ambitious half-sister (Sibylla Deen) in order to maintain the dynasty. In love with a commoner (Kylie Bunbury), he struggles to protect her from the jealous queen. And although Tut rules as Pharaoh, he is exploited by a shrewd Prime Minister (Kingsley), a ruthless military General (Nonso Anozie) and a scheming High Priest (Alexander Siddig) who look down on him as someone they can control. But through unexpected twists and turns, Tut strives to overcome the odds, rising from a manipulated prince into an unlikely hero who triumphs over his enemies both from within and without leading his kingdom to glory. For more information about Tut, visit the website at tut.spike.com. Join in the conversation with #Tut and #Spike. "Tut" is produced for Spike by Muse Entertainment (The Kennedys, Being Human, The Pillars of the Earth, Bomb Girls") with Joel S. Rice and Michael Prupas as Executive Producers from Muse. The project is also executive produced by Greg Gugliotta (The Fosters), Michael Vickerman (Impact), Elice Island Entertainment’s Jeremy Elice, Angela Mancuso (Spartacus), and Director/Executive Producer David Von Ancken (Salem, Hell on Wheels) and written by Michael Vickerman, Peter Paige & Bradley Bredeweg (The Fosters). Sharon Levy, Executive Vice President, Original Series at Spike also serves as an Executive Producer. Producers are Irene Litinsky (Being Human) and Guy Louthan (The Call) and Vlad Wolynetz is Co-Executive Producer.
Sorry, Twisted fans — the ABC Family mystery drama will not return for a second season! But good news for Switched at Birth viewers — Bay and Emmett will officially be back for season 4. ABC Family fans, we've got some good news and some bad news. While the fate of Twisted was up in the air for quite some time, the network announced that unfortunately, the mystery drama would not be renewed for a second season. However, if you love Daphne and Bay, you can breathe a sigh of relief because Switched at Birth will be back for a fourth season! Are you happy Switch at Birth will stay on tv? Or sad that you wont get answers to all those cliffhangers on Twisted? Seriously, WHO GOT SHOT? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments and stick with us at Celebified for more of the latest TV news.
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Maddie Hasson, who stars on ABC Family's “Twisted,” has signed on to join Madison Davenport, Taryn Manning and Kurt Fuller in the coming-of-age dramedy “A Light Beneath Their Feet,” TheWrap has learned. Valerie Weiss (“Losing Control”) is directing from a script by Moira McMahon Leeper, who previously wrote for “Private Practice” and MTV's “Teen Wolf.” Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/twisted-star-maddie-hasson-joins-madison-davenport-light-beneath-feet/
More drama and some deadly stakes are in store for the season one finale of Twisted , titled "A Tale of Two Confessions." A series of shocking confessions puts Kyle's investigation in jeopardy. The complicated triangle between Jo, Danny and Charlie comes to a head, while Lacey finds out some disturbing information about Whitney. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/twisted-season-1-finale-photos-a-surprising-confession-54050.aspx
“Twisted” stars Brianne Howey (Whitney Taylor) and Ivan Sergei (Jack Taylor). Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/69Fotsl2w6k/
When Whitney Taylor wants something, she gets it. And she made that pretty clear when she kissed Lacey at the end of last week’s episode of Twisted. The final two episodes of the season will deal with the fallout of their kiss. Was Whitney manipulating Lacey, or does she genuinely like her? Does Lacey feel the same way? Wetpaint Entertainment chatted with Brianne Howey about Whitney’s true motives, her badassery, and coming in between Dacey. Wetpaint Entertainment: So Whitney kissed Lacey,... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/O4DPmtuyfhQ/2014-03-25-finale-scoop-whitney-lacey-exclusive