Tuesday, May 29, 2012

From LA Examiner: 'Jane By Design', 'Rizzoli & Isles', and 'Franklin & Bash' Season Premiere Advance Reviews...

"Jane By Design’s return sees new complications & eye candy for Jane Quimby"

When return to the fabulous and precocious world of Jane Quimby (Erica Dasher) in ABC Family’s breakout series Jane By Design this summer, two months have passed for the aspiring fashionista. Starting to struggle a bit more at school but still strive for more responsibility at her “internship,” Jane is overwhelmed by a lot of things. And Billy’s (Nick Roux) return may make or break just how she can handle her ever-evolving crazy life... [MORE]

"Rizzoli & Isles has fun, takes lots of liberties with third season premiere"

Since almost the beginning of Rizzoli & Isles’ series run on TNT, we have been asking ourselves-- and the stars when we interview them-- just how Maura (Sasha Alexander) and Jane (Angie Harmon) manage to stay friends when Jane is as brash and eye-rolly (yes, we know that’s not a real word) towards her as she is. For some reason, we were led to believe they had been childhood friends (it must be the pictures of younger versions of them in the opening credits), and so we’d write it off as something you forgive in a friend you’ve known forever. It would take something much bigger to walk away from the relationship then. It was their differences, too, at times that made them have fun with each other, and it takes something much bigger than occasional annoyances to walk away from a relationship, especially when you are so particular about your ways and the people you let in your life. But apparently, in the case of these two women, it takes one shooting the other’s father to do it... [MORE]

"Franklin & Bash find themselves on the other side of the antics in season two"

One of the things that always stood out to us the most about TNT’s buddy law drama, Franklin & Bash, was that although the titular characters (played by Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, respectively) were laid-back guys who loved to party with some beers and babes in the hot tub, they were not completely overgrown children. When they needed to get the job done in court, they did so with flavor and fervor. It wasn’t a chore or a hassle or an exercise in physical comedy to watch these guys get up late and go to work; no, they were always prepared mentally and physically-- dressed to the nines to impress and put on a show. They just truly know how to live life: working hard and partying harder... [MORE]

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