If there’s a night of the week that deserves a Happy Hour, it has to be Monday – the first day back at work/school after the weekend.
Freeform has announced a Happy Hour block of programming for Monday evenings that includes hit comedy shows Young & Hungry and Baby Daddy – along with post-Bachelor spin-off, The Twins: Happily Ever After?.
Young & Hungry and Baby Daddy premiere on Monday, March 13th and The Twins: Happily Ever After? joins the line-up one week later.
Young & Hungry is getting a full fifth season. Freeform has announced its order for additional episodes for the show.
Season five of Young & Hungry premiere on Monday, March 13th (8/7C) with lead characters Gabi and Josh trying to adhere to ‘friends with benefits’ relationship without letting their feelings get in the way.
If there was ever a television series that was custom-made for culinary superstar Rachael Ray to appear on, Young & Hungry would be that show – so it makes sense that she will, in fact, guest star on the show in March.
Ray will play herself in the ep in which Gabi (Emily Osment) and Sofia (Aimee Carrero) have an ‘exciting new career oportunity’ that leads to Ray inviting them to appear on her show.
Young & Hungry returns tomorrow night (8/7C). For more, follow the jump.
ABC Family has greenlit new sci-fi procedural hybrid Stitches – folloing a young woman who has been recruited into a covert government agency to be ‘stitched’ into the minds of the recently deceased to use their memories to investigate murders and mysteries that otherwise have gone to the grave with them.
The network also renewed Young & Hungry – about a feisty young woman who has been hired as personal chef to a wealthy young entrepreneur.
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).
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