Tuesday, July 5, 2011

From LA Examiner: 'The Voice' Auditions To Hit LA; Photo Preview of 'The Lying Game'; Skyler Samuels Spills Colton Haynes 'Nine Lives' Character Deets

It is so weird that it’s a Tuesday without a new episode of The Voice, isn’t it? But have no fear, we still have news about the show! Because while the first season came to an end (with a win for Team Adam’s Javier Colon) just last week, casting for season two is already underway. And though we have information on the Los Angeles audition date, if you can’t make it out in person, there is a way for you to get in the game online, as well! ... [MORE]

"From Switched at Birth to The Lying Game, ABC Family's summer heats up"

We would love to sit down with Blair Redford and pick his brain to see just what makes him pick the projects he does. Though the scripts are always interesting, and his characters always layered, but his two this summer deal with very similar themes. On Switched at Birth, he was the love interest for a character who just learned that due to a mix-up at the hospital, she was not biologically born into the family that raised her. Best friend to the girl who was ultimately living the live she should have had, Redford's character was poised to either bring the families together or tear them apart, but before he could complete his mission, it was announced he was enlisting in the army and shipping out for a two year stint. Say it ain't so, ABC Family! Well, it is, but only because his other pilot for the network, The Lying Game, was a go, and audiences needed to fall in love with him as Garrett over there... [MORE]

"Skyler Samuels and Colton Haynes to reunite on The Nine Lives of Chloe King"

When LA TV Insider Examiner had a chance to visit with Colton Haynes from Teen Wolf a few weeks ago, he spilled the beans that he was about to go film an episode of The Nine Lives of Chloe King, starring his former The Gates pal, Skyler Samuels. So naturally, when we sat down with her on the Studio City set earlier today we had to ask her how that went... [MORE]

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