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'Franklin & Bash' Premiere: Heather Locklear Is The New Boss

She plays a tough-as-nails, no-nonsense boss who admitted she sees potential on Franklin and Bash. Talent, unfortunately, "that's being wasted." That said, their unorthodox style is still winning cases, as the proved in tonight's two-episode premiere. It's perhaps their more unorthodox methods that stand out for Rachel. Or, as she put it, "I like zombies. They're predictable. They never get tired. And they don't take everyone out for ‘70s roller disco nights on the firm's credit card.” Read More... //www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/20/franklin-and-bash-heather-locklear-video_n_3470668.html?utm_hp_ref=tv

'Franklin & Bash': Heather Locklear says the new boss is Amanda Woodward 2.0

If a network wants to boost its "Bash," adding Heather Locklear isn't a bad way to go.The actress, considered a good-luck charm by the late television uber-producer Aaron Spelling -- who cast her in "Dynasty," "T.J. Hooker" and arguably her biggest career success to date, "Melrose Place" -- returns to series work by joining the regular cast of TNT's law drama "Franklin & Bash" when it starts its third season Wednesday, June 19. She plays the firm's new partner, Rachel King, a hard-charging professional who's more than a bit reminiscent of her "Melrose" character, Amanda Woodward. And that's hardly by coincidence, Locklear tells Zap2it."I'm so lucky," she says. "When this came, I was like, 'Oh, this should be fine.' The character was already pretty laid out for me, and I'm just adding what I would do on a daily basis in my acting."And though I thought it was going to be easy, there's all this... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/franklin-bash-heather-locklear-says-the-new-boss-is-amanda-woodward-20.html

Franklin & Bash Season 3 Premiere 2013 Review “Coffee and Cream; Dead and Alive”

In the Franklin & Bash two-hour season 3 premiere "Coffee and Cream; Dead and Alive," the boys find themselves with a new foe who turns into a new boss, a new place, and new rules that they actually (gasp!) follow. Alright so I know that the only thing anyone wants to talk about in this season premiere is the addition of Heather Locklear so I’ll just jump right in by talking about what I thought of Rachel. When I heard that they were adding her to the show, my immediate thought was "why?" I felt like the show was doing just fine without her and Malcolm McDowell as their wacky boss Stanton was perfect. Did the addition of Rachel as the boys’ new boss change my mind? No, not really. But I also don’t despise the character either. The way I saw it, she didn’t take away from any of the parts that I love about this show – Peter and Jared’s shenanigans, Damien’s awkwardness, Pindar’s hilarious OCD and Carmen’s awesomeness. READ MORE...

Franklin & Bash Season 3 Premiere 2013 “Coffee and Cream; Dead and Alive”

Franklin & Bash Season 3 Episode 1 & 2 "Coffee and Cream; Dead and Alive" airs Wednesday, June 19 at 9:00-11:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT. Episode Synopsis: Franklin & Bash Season 3 Episode 1 "Coffee and Cream"- After legal heavyweight Rachel King (Heather Locklear) humiliates Franklin & Bash on national television, Stanton hires her to help run the firm. Peter and Jared represent a famous magician (guest star Adam Goldberg) after a bracelet vanishes and never reappears. Damien intentionally re-releases an embarrassing viral video with hopes to expedite his judicial appointment. Pindar finds a termite in his bed and has the house tented, but staying on the outside proves too difficult and results in the Man Cave’s destruction. READ MORE...

‘Franklin & Bash’ Season 3 Teaser Promises “Sun, Surf and Law”

Franklin and Bash are on the move. The trouble-making street lawyers will be relocating to Malibu for season three, and TNT has released a new video featuring stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer explaining the move. While neither actor gives much away, Gosselaar does promise there will be "surf, sun and law" after the boys are forced out of their Silver Lake home base. Check out the video below to hear more about the move and how the Malibu setting could lead to more slow-motion in the series’ future. READ MORE...