Here’s a promo for this week’s episode of Chasing Life. I think when the show returns, after it’s summer break, I’m going to have to start recapping it when part 2 launches in the winter. It’s quickly become one of the few shows of the summer that I really look forward to every week.
This week, various secrets come out and we start to see some of the fallout as April prepares for her first Chemo treatment. Up until now the show has remained surprisingly light considering its serious topic, but I suspect things will go dark when it comes back. Two more episodes until it goes away until the winter. Have I said recently how much I HATE how ABC Family’s schedules shows? Chasing Life airs Tuesday nights on ABC Family.
I was addicted to Switched At Birth for the first three seasons, but got out of the habit due to ABC Family’s god awful scheduling and penchant for pulling shows off the air for months at a time.
My new obsessions are The Fosters – a great little show with heart and their Tuesday night cancer drama Chasing Life. I was a little skeptical about getting involved with ABC Family again since they rip out my heart EVERY SINGLE TIME by not giving shows a chance to grow. I’m hoping they stick with The Fosters and Chasing Life but I seriously doubt they will. I refuse to go down the Pretty Little Liars circle jerk rabbit hole.
ABC Family is making the first act of the highly-anticipated 100th episode of their hit original series “Pretty Little Liars” available to viewers via its authenticated WATCH ABC Family service until midnight tonight.
The 100th episode of Pretty Little Liars will air on July (8/7C). Details follow the jump.
On the day of the show’s fifth season premiere, ABC Family has announced that Pretty Little Liars has been picked up for two more seasons. Will it take that long to nail A, or will they go on to have other adventures? Now the show’s creative staff have time to figure that out.
Pretty Little Liars returns to ABC Family this evening at 8/7C. Check out the entire press release after the jump.
As part of its run-up to the series premiere of Young & Hungry, starring Emily Osment, ABC Family has launched a promotion that gives viewers the chance to win free groceries for a year. How? By posting a photo of themselves with their favorite food on Instagram. Entries must be posted by Monday, June 30th. Follow the jump for details.
Young & Hungry premieres on Wednesday, June 25th (8/7C).
ABC Family has greenlit three new series and renewed its comedy block of Melissa & Joey and Baby Daddy. New are Alice in Arabian, Recovery Road and Unstrung.
Alice in Arabian follows the efforts of Alice to return home after being abducted by her Saudi Arabian extended family and confined to her grandfather’s royal compound. Recovery Road, based on the Blake Nelson YA novel, focuses on a teenaged girl named Maddie and her attempts to deal with addiction. Unstrung ‘explores the sexy, cutthroat, and emotional stakes of the professional world tour of tennis as brother and sister Luke and Ellie Holt compete to move up the ranks.’
For more details, check out the press release after the jump.
Three new series and three returnees highlight ABC Families Summer 2014 schedule. Joining Pretty Little Liars, Switched at Birth and The Fosters will be Chasing Life, Young & Hungry and Mystery Girls. Chasing Life will follow PLL on June 10th; Switched at Birth and The Fosters will return on June 16th, and Young and Hungry will premiere on June 25th.
Follow the jump for the press release – including series descriptions and premiere dates and times.
ABC Family, which has become a leader in quality teen and young adult programming, has announced the addition of two new comedy series – Mystery Girls and Young & Hungry.
Mystery Girls stars (and is executive produced by) Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth, who play the former leads of Mystery Girls, a kind of Nancy Drew-times-two show, and are drawn into a real life mystery when the witness to a crime will only speak to the Mystery Girls.
Young & Hungry stars Emily Osment as a food blogger who wants to be the personal chef for a wealthy young tech entrepreneur. The series is executive produced by Ashley Tisdale. Follow the jump for more details from the press release
If you haven’t caught the new hit series The Fosters, from ABC Family, it is now available online at ABCFamily.com and the ABC Family App – so you can catch up over the holidays. You might even win a trip to L.A. and a set visit by entering The Fosters: Binge & Win Sweepstakes between December 23rd, 2013 and January 5th, 2014.
The Fosters is a one-hour drama about a multi-ethnic family mix of foster and biological kids being raised by two moms. For more, check out the press release after the jump
ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas rolls on this weekend with the Sunday night premiere of Holidaze. starring Jennie Garth (Beverly Hills, 90210) and Cameron Mathison (All My Children, Good Morning America). The ABC Family romantic comedy premiere’s as part of the annual 25 Days of Christmas.
One of the coolest surprises of the 2013 season was the success of ABC Family’s unique family drama, The Fosters – the story of a multi-ethnic family composed of biological and adopted kids being raised by two moms. Beginning on Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 28th, fans of the series can gift friends who are unfamiliar with the show with a limited edition DVD set of the first ten episodes.
ABC Family is producing 10,000 DVDs that fans can gift by going to The Fosters’ Facebook page and ordering a copy to be shipped to a friend. Check out the press release, following the jump, for details and social media links. The Fosters returns on Monday, January 13, 2014 (9/8C).