As we learned from It’s a Wonderful Life, every time a bell rings an angel gets its wings – raising the question, what kind of sour noted bell would produce an Angry Angel?
Set in New York City, Angry Angel follows a young woman turned angel, Allison Pyke, who is stuck on Earth and can’t seem to ring the right bells in order to pass through those pearly gates into heaven.
Angry Angel, Freeform’s first original Christmas movie, began production this week in Toronto. It stars Brenda Song, Jason Biggs, Ricky Mabe, Andrew Batchelor and Any Favreau – and will be part of Freeform’s annual Countdown to 25 Days of Christmas.
Freeform’s The Bold Type takes on the topic of breast cancer awareness when Jane (Katie Stevens) is assigned a story on BRCA gene testing by Jacueline (Melora Hardin), Scarlet’s editor-in-chief – not knowing how personal the subject is to her.
The Bold Type – The Breast Issue airs Tuesday, August 8th (9:01/8:01C).
Kill It Forward, the penultimate episode of season three of Stitchers (Freeform, Mondays, 9/8C) is one of the more diabolically twisted episodes to come from the show’s creatives.
When Kirsten refuses to work for Maggie if she can’t see her mother, Maggie makes her a deal – do this one last stitch and she’ll tell her where she is. But the case turns out to be somewhat more convoluted than anyone could have expected.
Freeform has renewed Famous in Love for a second season.
The series follows Paige (Bella Thorne), an ordinary college student who gets her big break in a Hollywood blockbuster and finds herself attracted to her co-star – causing problem with two of her best friends.
Emily Arlook, Chris Parnell and Trevor Jackson have join the cast gown-ish (formerly college-ish) as series regulars.
Arlook will portray Miriam, a freshman know-it-all at Southern California University with a no-holds-barred attitude. Parnell will portray the dean of Southern California University, and Jackson will portray a socially conscious sophomore at Southern California University.
Freeform has picked up comedy pilot Now & Then from Aaron Kaplan (Terra Nova, Secrets & Lies).
Now & Then” is a single-camera comedy about a group of old college friends, who, having lost touch over the years, are brought back together unexpectedly for one wild night only to be given a new lease on life and friendship.
The third season of Stitchers (Freeform, Mondays, 9/8C) has had its share of surprises – not the least of which was Cameron and Kristen finding out where her mother was being kept (not to mention that a big reason the Stitchers program exists is to find a way to save her).
This week’s episode, Paternis, delves into the pasts of the show’s main characters – Cameron, Kristen, Linus and Camille.