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Bunheads is Cancelled
T’is with a heavy heart that we report the demise of Amy Sherman-Palladino’s other series, Bunheads.
ABC Family finally brought down the axe yesterday and put the series and its many fans out of their misery. The show ran for a single season (in two halves), gained a loyal fan base and provided some great moments of comedy, beauty and heartbreak.
Vulture has a quote from Amy Sherman-Palladino:
Thank you to anyone who chose to play in our sandbox for a while. It was a labor of love from all involved and well, f*ck. All you can do is try right? And drink.
I for one will be raising a glass to this glimpse of an alternate Stars Hollow, where a ghost delivers unconditional love from beyond the grave, squirrels steal toothbrushes and girls can be funny, intelligent AND pretty. And dance like pussycats.
So, for a few brief moments before we find ourselves pondering what Amy Sherman-Palladino might be doing with her new found spare time, let’s linger a moment on what just became the final scene:
Ginny (Bailey Buntain) asks Michelle (Sutton Foster) about her audition in the city. Touched, Michelle says it went fine. Ginny starts getting teary and confides that she slept with a boy who’s never really talked to her and hasn’t called since – and while Michelle tries to calm her fears that she’s an idiot and that he won’t ever talk to her again, all she can really do is hold her tight while Ginny cries into her shoulder. Michelle has found her place in Paradise, she’s become a teacher, a role model and an inspiration, as Hubbell always knew she would.
RIP Bunheads. Bless you and all who sailed in you. Thanks for the dance.
Pics c/o ABCFamily
Sally Struthers to Reprise “Annie” Role
Sally Struthers (Babette on Gilmore Girls) is undertaking one of my favorite roles of all time! Miss Hannigan in Annie!
Sally as Miss Hannigan in 1998
Sally as Miss Hannigan in 2008
Sally will be heading to Thousand Oaks for the production of Annie running from October 14 – October 23rd at the Fred Kavli Theatre (tickets here).
This is not Sally’s first time taking this role – she played Miss Hannigan on Broadway for the 20th Anniversary Production in 1998 and again took the role in 2008.
Scott Patterson Signs Onto “The Event”
Scott Patterson (Luke Danes on Gilmore Girls) has signed on to a new show!!
According to the news, Scott Patterson has signed on to shoot the pilot for a new NBC series called The Event. The series co-stars Sarah Roemer and Jason Ritter. Ritter would star as Sean, a “regular man fightint his way through the mysterious circumstances of a conspiracy to assassinate the US president.” Sarah would star as Sean’s girlfriend and a biochemist who disappears “as part of the conspiracy to force her father, Mark Gasiorowski, an airline pilot, to crash an airliner into the presidential retreat.”
Scott Patterson would star as Mark, the airline pilot. He’s described as “affable, Marlboro Man good looks.”
What do you think???
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