Everything’s Gonna Be Okay finds Nicholas (Josh Thomas, Please Like Me) in a pickle. While visiting his dad and three half-sisters (one of whom is on the autism spectrum), his dad dies – prompting him to volunteer to be their legal guardian despite being completely unprepared for the role.
Everything’s Gonna Be Okay premieres with 90-minute, two-episode event on Thursday, January 16 (8:30/7:30C).
Josh Thomas’ Everything’s Gonna Be Okay is the story of a neurotic 25-year old (Thomas) who volunteers to be legal guardian of his two teenage sisters – one of whom is on the spectrum – when he learns their father is terminally ill.
Everything’s gonna Be Okay premieres of Freeform on Thursday, January 16.
Freeform announced today that it has put into development a series based on Stephen King’s novel, Joyland.
Joyland” tells the story of Devin, a college student who takes a summer job at an amusement park in a North Carolina tourist town, confronts the legacy of a vicious murder, the fate of a dying child and the way both will change his life forever.
Freeform, Disney’s young adult network, and media company ATTN: have teamed up in a co-branded campaign, “March to the Polls,” which will encourage young adults to embrace their voices and utilize their power to vote.
Beginning Thursday, November 1st, a series of public service announcements will debut across the Freeform and ATTN: social media platforms targeting millennial and Gen Z voters – see sample below.
Freeform has cast the four leads for its Party of Five reboot – Collin Stark, Kyle DeWitt, Michael D’Ambrosia and Greg Vogel will play the Buendía Siblings in the reimagined pilot for the potential series.
Emilio, Lucia, Beto and Valentina, respectively struggle to survive together as a family after their parents are deported to Mexico.
With the announcement today that Bette Midler would be joining the Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Bash (check out teaser below), we have a full complement of witches at the party – Kathy Najimy and Sarah Jessica Parker having previously been announced.
The two-hour special, filmed at the iconic Hollywood Forever Cemetery to celebrate the movie’s status as a Halloween staple, will premiere on Saturday, October 20th (8:15/7:15C) as part of the network’s 31 nights of Halloween.