ABC Family has greenlit workplace comedy Kevin From Work. The half-hour comedy series is a tale of awkward romance in the workplace – only from the guy’s point of view.
Kevin declares his love for Audrey – who does not reciprocate in kind – believing that he’ll never see her again because he’s gotten a job overseas. Sadly, that job falls through and he has to go back to his old job – where he’ll see Audrey every day.
Kevin From Work goes into production in June and will premiere later this summer. For more, follow the jump.
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Webisode #5 has been recently released of the six-part Subaru Happy Endings series. For this particular webisode, it has been helmed by Casey Wilson (also known as Penny Hartz). She is most known for playing Kristen in 2010’s “Killers” staring Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl. Casey Wilson has also made an appearance on shows such as Borded To Death, and Retired at 35. Check out webisode #5 after the jump:
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Webisode #4 has been recently released of the six-part Subaru Happy Endings series. For this particular webisode, it has been helmed by director Elisha Cuthbert who has appeared on tv shows and movies such as The Forgotten, 24, House Of Wax, and The Girl Next Door to name a few. Check out webisode #4 after the jump:
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On February 29th, 2012 ABC launched a six part webisode series for Happy Endings.
The synopsis for these webisodes is outlined after the jump:
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Today ABC has launched their new webisode series entitled “Subaru Happy Endings”. The series will have a total of six webisodes and has a great storyline. Here’s the synopsis of the webisodes:
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Highly respected UK actor Richard Wilson, regarded as a national treasure in the UK for his comedic performances, is set lose in the hit SyFy series Merlin as Gaius in “Goblin’s Gold.” In the episode, Merlin stumbles across a secret chamber and accidentally releases a Goblin. The mischievous creature possesses Merlin’s mentor Gaius, leading the once wise physician to develop a taste for gold, ale and magical jokes. With a suddenly bald King Uther and a scourge of flatulence sweeping the royal household, can Merlin work through the mystery and banish the Goblin back to where he came from before any real damage is done?
Richard Wilson, a two-time BAFTA winner is best known for his iconic role as Victor Meldrew in the extremely popular UK television series One Foot in the Grave. Other TV appearances include roles in Only When I Laugh, Tutti Frutti, Born and Bred,Doctor Who and dozens of series, mini-series and TV movies.
Anthony Head, who portrays King Uther in Merlin, had high praise for working with Wilson on this episode where Heads character comes under a lot of abuse by the mischievous goblin, Gaius.
“When you know somebody to be a trusted, respectable actor in a role as a dignified member of Camelot’s court, you don’t expect them to be sticking their tongue out with such enthusiasm,” Head explains. “I so enjoyed the scene that he was slapping my head that I completely blew the take. His hands were wet with the ointment and I was wearing a padded prosthetic, so he was really slapping away, and the sound and the smashing of it just gave me such a funny visual that I couldn’t help but laugh.”
For years the industry height standard for any model who wanted to make it in the business meant she had to stand over 5’7″ tall. Well on cycle 13 of America’s Next Top Model, catwalk queen Tyra Banks and her panel of experts sets out to prove that modeling beauty doesn’t have to be a tall order! Starting on Wednesday September 9th at 8PM EST Banks is going to strutting 14 young hopefuls all standing 5’7″ or shorter through their modeling paces for the chance for one of them to become America’s Next Top Model.
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“To answer your question…..”she feels like an old friend.”
That was Danneel Harris’ heartfelt and candid response to my question about what it felt like to be returning to the role of Rachel Gattina on One Tree Hill after a year’s absence from the role in this, EM’s second part to our two-part article series on the return of Danneel Harris/Rachel Gattina to the hit CW series One Tree Hill.
And what a busy year it has been for the talented thirty year old actress who originally hails from Lafayette, LA but has made Los Angeles, CA her home since moving there to take up acting. Since last appearing on the series back in season 5, Harris has worked on such projects as the independent movie Mardi Gras (which is still in post production), guest starring roles on such hit TV series as NCIS, How I Met Your Mother, CSI and CSI: Miami. 2009 really turned up the heat for the red-haired beauty who found herself not only on Maxim’s Hot 100 list of beautiful woman yet again (coming in at #28), but as the host of their MTV special high-lighting this year’s event. In the early part of 2009, Danneel Harris was out promoting the comedy movie Fired Up, in which she starred as a cheerleader.
In late spring and early summer, Danneel Harris found herself in front of the cameras again having gained roles in not one, but two upcoming big screen feature films: Screen Gems horror flick, The Roommate and CBS Films/Escape Artist’s comedy The Back-Up Plan starring Jennifer Lopez. Both movies are going into post production looking to release in early 2010.
And now she is on set in Wilmington, NC filming her return to One Tree Hill as the sexy, known to be a troublemaker, Rachel Gattina for the hit CW series’ 7th season (while also flying back and forth to NYC to finish filming The Back-Up Plan). EM caught up with Danneel Harris in between her hectic filming schedules to chat with her about coming back to One Tree Hill
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