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It’s been a memorable first season for Jane Quimby — full of high drama, high school and high heels. Jane By Design is a light-hearted drama about Jane (Erica Dasher), a teenager who lands a job at Donovan Decker, a hip fashion house, when they mistake her for an adult. Jane soon finds herself juggling life both as a regular high school student and as an assistant to a high powered executive in the cutthroat world of fashion… all while trying to keep her true identity a secret.
Jane By Design also features Nick Roux (Lemonade Mouth) as Billy Nutter, Rowly Dennis (Desperate Housewives) as Jeremy Jones, India de Beaufort (One Tree Hill) as India Jourdain, Meagan Tandy (10 Things I Hate About You) as Lulu Pope, Matthew Atkinson (CSI) as Nick Fadden. Andie MacDowell (Four Weddings and a Funeral) also stars as Gray Chandler Murray — Jane’s »
Desperate Housewives has had 48 victims over the last eight seasons, but the loss of No. 49 may be the saddest for fans.
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Following his surprise — or not — murder at the end of last Sunday’s episode, Mike Delfino (James Denton) will be laid to rest this coming week with a funeral sure not to…
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Over the past couple of weeks, Nicolette Sheridan’s lawsuit over her firing and alleged assault by Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry has provided scintillating drama. It would seem that no Housewives legal drama could top this trial, but a Sheridan co-star might be about to try. In 2010, Teri Hatcher was sued by Jennifer Glassman, an industry marketing vet who has worked at Paradigm and New Line. Glassman alleged that she was pushed aside from running Hatcher’s production company, Isbe Prods., which sold shows to ABC and Lifetime. The case is now a must-watch affair in its own.
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Now that he’s done stumping for awards, George Clooney can really get down to work. The Descendants star will speak at a hearing of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on Wednesday morning, where he will testify on a panel entitled Sudan and South Sudan: Independence and Insecurity. The group will address the tensions that have flared between the two nations before and since the South’s secession last July. Clooney will be presenting findings from his Satellite Sentinel See more »
New York – Discovery Communications has struck a digital content licensing deal with Amazon.com, which will add series from its Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, Investigation Discovery, Science and Military Channel to Amazon’s Prime Instant Videos subscription-based streaming video service. Discovery CEO David Zaslav has said that the company would look for smart digital opportunities after a previous deal with Netflix. Subscribers to the Amazon Prime shipping service, which costs $79 a year, will be able to stream See more »
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Universal has hired Oscar-winning scribe and Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes to write the adaptation of Gypsy. Barbra Streisand and Joel Silver (making his first foray into Broadway movie musicals) are producing the feature project, which is an adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurents’ Tony Award winning musical. The play and movie is based on the memoir by Gypsy Rose Lee, a burlesque dancer, and the relationship with her mother, Momma See more »