Wednesday, September 14, 2011

From LA Examiner: Photo Preview of 'Happy Endings'; Andrew Miller Teases 'The Secret Circle'; Advance Reviews of 'The Middle's' Return & 'Revenge'...

"PHOTO PREVIEW: Happy Endings throws a roaring 20s party"

Dress-up isn't just for Halloween time anymore! Or, you know, for kids... In the second season premiere of Happy Endings, "Blax, Snake, Home," the gang dons their finest flapper attire for a themed housewarming party in Penny (Casey Wilson)'s new condo. And if you thought that meant these characters had matured past red cups and bad slavery jokes, you'd be sorely mistaken! ... [MORE]

"Andrew Miller promises deaths, spells & character crises on The Secret Circle"

With the series premiere of The Secret Circle right around the corner, we had a chance to check in with executive producer Andrew Miller to find out where the show will go in the first few episodes... [MORE]

"The Middle season premiere muddied by the Ray Romano/Patricia Heaton reunion"

It should be the first day of school for the Hecks on The Middle. But before we see why this first day of school is just so different from all the ones that came before it (hint: they actually don’t want to spend time away from each other this time), we must flash back to the last few days of the summer for their seemingly first “family fun” vacation. The kids may groan at the idea of camping, not wanting a sudden diversion to all of their plans, but you will laugh. Especially when they flash back even further to see the first camping extravaganza for Frankie (Patricia Heaton) and Mike (Neil Flynn): their honeymoon. We told you: laugh! ... [MORE]

"Fall 2011 preview: ABC's Revenge"

In a move that feels like inopportune timing, ABC is about to premiere new drama, Revenge, about a young woman (Emily Van Camp) who just refuses to forgive, let alone forget, the wrongs done to her family in the past in the seemingly idyllic Hamptons. The setting alone makes this feel like it should be summer fodder, but the subject matter only solidifies it stronger as a vacation time miniseries. Unfortunately for the series which really is an exciting escape, it is premiering in a week, when anyone who does summer out on that island will have packed up and gone home, and those looking to sit down with a strong network drama might want something with a little more meat on its bones. As much as we’d love to reminisce about summer escapades, we have to get back to real life-- and watching these insanely rich folk prance around without a care in the world while we’re chained to our computers once again just makes us…well, as vengeful as the main character! ... [MORE]

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