The Fosters return for season 3! The show continues to follow San Diego police officer Stef Foster (Teri Polo) and her life partner school administrator Lena Adams (Sherri Saum) as they take care of Stef’s biological son Brandon (David Lambert) and twins Jesus (Jake T. Austin/Noah Centineo) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez), Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Jude (Hayden Byerly). We see the introduction of Stef’s ex-husband and patrol partner Mike (Danny Nucci) adopt a new son AJ. David Lambert took time to chat with us about this exciting new season.
The Fosters return for season 3 on June 8, 2015! The show continues to follow San Diego police officer Stef Foster (Teri Polo) and her life partner school administrator Lena Adams (Sherri Saum) as they take care of Stef’s biological son Brandon (David Lambert) and twins Jesus (Jake T. Austin/Noah Centineo) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez), Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Jude (Hayden Byerly). We see the introduction of Stef’s ex-husband and patrol partner Mike (Danny Nucci) adopt a new son AJ. Problems seem to be neverending in the Foster household and it is up to Stef and Lena to keep the family together. Maia Mitchell took time to chat with us about this exciting new season.
After a shaky first episode, seems like S3 of The Fosters is back on track. I loved the last two episodes and really looking forward to next week’s episode when we meet Lena’s (Sherri Saum) estranged half brother. Here’s the official episode synopsis along with brand new photos.
ABC Family’s supernatural pilot Beyond begins production next week in Vancouver, British Columbia. Beyond was created by Adam Nussdorf (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland) who will executive produce along with Tim Kring, Zak Kadison, Justin Levy and Brian Kavanaugh-Jones
The drama which follows a young who wakes up from a 12-year coma with supernatural abilities has cast Callan McAuliffe as the lead character, Holden – emotionally a teenager, physically an adult and completely at sea with his newfound abilities.
Jordan Calloway (Recovery Road) plays Holden’s best friend, Kevin; Dilan Gwyn (DaVinci’s Demons) stars as Willa, the woman who warns Holden he’s in danger; Romy Rosemont (Glee) is Holden’s mother, who never gave up on him; Michael McGrady (Ray Donovan) costars as Holden’s withdrawn father, Tom, and Burkely Duffield (The Tomorrow People) is Tom younger brother, who suddenly finds himself having to be the big brother to the lost Holden.
Intelligent, ruthless, cunning, beautiful – in short, Camille Becourt, the leader of the New York vampire clan.
ABC Family has just announced that Kaitlyn Leeb has been cast as Belcourt, a guest starring role in the network’s upcoming Shadowhunters series based on Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments novels.
Leeb is best known for her roles on Heartland, Degrassi: The Next Generation and a memorable cameo in the Total Recall remake. Follow the jump for more.
After a disappointing start to season 3, I’m looking forward to next week’s The Fosters Father’s Day episode. Stef and Lena plan a special brunch for all the positive male influences in their kids’ lives. Callie (Maia Mitchell) invites Robert (Kerr Smith) to the festivities, while Jude (Hayden Byerly) reaches out to Donald. I always found Callie’s insistence that Donald is her father last season sort of weird. Considering Donald is responsible for killing her mother and the reason she and Jude ended up spending 6 years in hell, I always found it odd that she would so easily forgive him. I’m glad to see that they are going to address this issue next week. It’ll also be interesting to see how Robert reacts – considering, again Donald is responsible for killing the “love of his life.” Here is a sneak peak at next week’s episode.
David Castro has been cast as Raphael, the ‘elegantly handsome, well-dressed vampire’ who aspires to the leadership of the New York vampire clan.
Based on the bestselling young adult fantasy book series The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare, “Shadowhunters” follows 18-year-old Clary Fray, who finds out on her birthday that she is not who she thinks she is but rather comes from a long line of Shadowhunters – human-angel hybrids who hunt down demons. For more, follow the jump.
ABC Family is a network that takes chances – could Kyle XY, Middleman, Bunheads, or Pretty Little Liars really have appeared anywhere else?
Now, the network is premiering Stitchers, a sci-fi/procedural/relationship dramedy that may have their most out there premise yet – technology exists to allow a human consciousness to be ‘stitched’ into the brain of a recently deceased person and experience their most recent memories. This technology is being used by a very, very clandestine government agency to solve murders – though not just any old murders…
ABC Family’s new series, Stitched (Tuesdays, 9/8C), is its first full tilt sci-fi/procedural/dramedy – with an extremely unusual premise: technology exists to allow a human consciousness to be ‘stitched’ into the brain of a recently deceased person and experience their most recent memories – which leads to being able to solve murders (among other things).
Kyle Harris plays Cameron Goodkin, creator of the technology and head of the Stitchers program (under the auspices of an ‘NSA-ish’ clandestine government agency. Emma Ishta plays Kirsten Clark, a grad student in computer sciences who suffers a curious disorder called temporal dysplasia – which makes her the ideal subject to be ‘stitched’ into the memories of the recently deceased.
Last week, Ishta and Harris spoke with a group of bloggers/journalists about Stitchers and their roles in it.