'I woulda liked a phone call,' the 20-year-old actress tweeted Tuesday after reports surfaced saying her Freeform drama was done.
Joss Whedon is set to executive produce a half-hour comedy series currently in development at Freeform, Variety has learned exclusively. The project is currently titled “Pippa Smith: Grown-Up Detective.” Hailing from creators Siobhan Thompson and Rebecca Drysdale, the series is described as a dark comedy that follows Pippa Smith, a twenty-something former kid sleuth, as she […]
It’s been a rough 12 hours for Shadowhunters fans reeling from Freeform’s decision to end the series prematurely with a two-hour finale event to air in 2019 — and it hasn’t been any easier for the show’s cast and crew. Here’s a rundown of reactions from the show’s “shocked” cast and crew: * Katherine McNamara […]
Two weeks ahead of The Fosters series finale, its Freeform finally spinoff finally has a title: Good Trouble . The cable net also said today that Crazy Rich Asians helmer Jon M. Chu will direct and exec produced the first episode, which will begin production in the summer. The new series, which was announced in January, will follow Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) as they embark on the next phase of their young-adult lives in Los Angeles. "We're seeing…
"TV shows are a message, a warning, from one generation to the next, about how not to do things," says one creator. Here's why social media still has some producers sounding the alarm.
Freeform is relocating a few of its Pretty Little Liars from Rosewood to Beacon Heights.
Pretty Little Liars is concluding its run after seven years of plot twists and family revelations, but what did the cast members want to take as a memento?
A lot can happen in seven years, as we’ve seen on Pretty Little Liars. The Freeform drama debuted in 2010 with a cast full of fresh, young faces. Now, Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, and their fellow cast members have all become stars. With PLL‘s final 10 episodes kicking off April 18, let’s take a look back at how the actors (and their characters) have changed since the pilot.
"Pretty Little Liars" showrunner I. Marlene King talks about her new series, "Famous in Love," which premieres Tuesday. Bella Thorne stars as college student Paige Townsend, who is thrust into the spotlight when she lands the coveted lead role in a major movie.
With "Pretty Little Liars" closing the book with 10 final episodes, premiering April 18, we look back at the complicated, wild history of “A,” the big bad that could terrify with just one initial.
It apparently wants to evoke memories of everything from the ’80s slasher film “Sleepaway Camp” to 2001’s “Wet Hot American Summer,” but it lacks the energy, sex quotient, and scares-per-hour to achieve anything except a certain awkward creepiness.
When a girl is killed in London, suspicion falls on her roommate. But is she really guilty of murder? That’s the question fueling Freeform’s sexy dark new drama, Guilt. In this exclusive first look clip, Grace (Daisy Head) returns to her apartment after a night of heavy partying and drinking.
Sometimes journalists have to ask the hard questions, and in doing so, lives are saved and policies are changed. (See last weekend’s SAG Award-winner Spotlight.) This is not one of those times. This is just us, the journalists, yielding the power of the pen, a Sharpie to be exact, to a bunch of TV stars including Josh Duhamel, Oscar-winner Timothy Hutton, a Bachelor, a rapper turned primetime dad, and a couple of adorable Muppets.
It’s been a long time since the programming on ABC Family has lived up to its name — see all the sex, drugs, murder on Pretty Little Liars — and the network is finally addressing that issue with a name change. Today ABC Family president Tom Ascheim announced that the network will be "renamed and rebranded" as Freeform starting in January 2016. "Freeform evokes the spirit and adventure of our audience,“ he said in a statement, adding that his network will appeal to "Becomers,” a demo group he defined as spanning ages 14-34. Personally, we’d say it’s better than "Sci-Fi to SyFy" but worse than "Military Channel" to "American Heroes Channel.“ But what we think isn’t important: Let us know your picks for worst network name change of all time.