YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!! April 16th cannot come soon enough. I LOVE AWKWARD!!!
Get ready for another Awkward year of high school.
Season 3 of MTV’s teen comedy will premiere Tuesday, April 16 at 10/9c, the network announced on Monday.
Prior to the special one-hour debut, the series will roll out the first of its online-only webisodes on MTV.com. Future installments, which will have a storyline that compliments the on-air action, will be available throughout the season.
Additionally, MTV released a new Season 3 trailer (scroll down and press PLAY), as well as the following two-sentence teaser of Episodes 1 and 2 (WARNING: major spoilers)…
“In the season three premiere episode, Jenna’s junior year brings a wave of surprises and changes that potentially will impact her future in an indelible way. And in the second episode, the death of classmate will leave Jenna to reflect on loss, grieving, and…
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I am not for The Cassadee Pope Project at all. And yay maybe GH will appreciate Emme Rylan more than Y&R did because chick is amazing.
Rylan — whose other credits include Guiding Light and $h*! My Dad Says — joined Y&R in 2010 as Abby Newman; the show’s budgetary concerns prompted her exit at the end of 2012. The actress recently returned to the CBS sudser, but based on the above casting, she’s not long for that world.
In other GH news, Brandon Barash (Johnny) has opted to leave the soap. “With a bittersweet, heavy heart I announce my time at GH has come to an end,” he announced via Twitter, joking, “as I have chosen to move on&pursue…
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YESSSSSSS!!!!! I was a little worried about Mindy but soooooo glad it’s coming back.
Likewise, Raising Hope has been picked up for a fourth season, and the freshman comedy The Mindy Project will be back for another round.
The quartet of pick-ups, combined with Bones‘ previously announced renewal, effectively keeps Fox’s current Monday and Tuesday line-ups intact, with ill-fated Ben and Kate already excised.
Among Fox’s scripted live-action fare, this leaves just Glee — which with an eye on Season 5 has protracted negotiations ahead — and Touch up in the air.
In announcing The Following‘s renewal — for the same 15-episode count as its maiden run — Fox president Kevin Reilly said, “From the very beginning, we…
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