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Shailene Woodley kicked off 2014 with the Sundance Film Festival premiere of “White Bird in a Blizzard,” the Gregg Araki film in which she plays a teenager whose mother unexpectedly disappears. Two months later, she was forging her own path in a future Chicago in “Divergent,” the first big-screen adaptation of the bestselling young adult novels written by Veronica Roth. By midsummer, she was grappling with first love and a terminal cancer diagnosis in the breakout hit “The Fault in Our Stars.”
But neither her demanding work schedule nor the attendant onslaught of exposure Woodley’s received appears to have created much stress or tension for the young actress, who has developed a reputation in Hollywood for her candor and earthiness. Both qualities were on display when the 22-year-old sat down with Hero Complex last month to discuss the August arrival of “Divergent” on Blu-ray and DVD. (Click…
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There will be no second season for ABC Family’s Twisted. The cable network has opted not to renew the drama, whose first-season finale (and now series finale) aired in April. The news comes as ABC Family has started to make renewal decisions on its current series and pilots, with drama Switched At Birthgetting a fourth-season pickup earlier today. The network is expected to make a call on new comedies Young And Hungry and Mystery Girls in the next two weeks, with pickup decisions on pilots Recovery Road, Stitchers and Unstrung also coming in the next few weeks. Flagship drama Pretty Little Liars recently was given a two-season pickup, top comedies Baby Daddy and Melissa and Joey also are set to coming back, as is freshman drama Chasing Life, which received a back order before its series premiere. Chasing Life last night logged series highs in…
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At its launch in 1977, ABC Family was a Christian network (CBN Satellite Service, then CBN Cable Network) primarily focused on religious programming. In 1988, it switched its emphasis to “family” programming — still vaguely religious, but now also decidedly family-oriented — by rebranding multiple times: The CBN Family Channel (1998), The Family Channel (1990), Fox Family (1998), and finally ABC Family (2001). ABC Family as we currently know it wouldn’t really exist until 2006, with the addition of the slogan “A New Kind of Family,” which really hammers home the network’s core mission: A dedication to original programming about families, even if the particular families in question aren’t what we’re used to.
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One of Rosewood’s very own is dead. The Fatal Finale was the most shocking ‘Pretty Little Liars’ episode ever, leaving a main cast member slain, after a mysterious, bloody murder.
The summer finale starts off on Thanksgiving Day at a crime scene. The police ask the liars for their statements, but they’re too shaken up. We’re shaken up, too, but the good news? Hanna (Ashley Benson), Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) are all standing together so we know it’s not one of them who’s dead. But…who is it? Click to flashback 36 hours earlier, and find out who was killed on Pretty Little Liars. Warning: full recap & major spoiler alert ahead!
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