Ummmmmmmm ladies get excited because our five-year reunion is coming up and the whole gang’s invited! I can’t wait to find out whether Cappie and Casey are still going strong, or what the new Kappa Tau house looks like, or whether those rumors are true about Rusty and Ashleigh being into weird sex stuff (sorry to be a…
Nicki Minaj revealed the cast for her ABC Family sitcom on Instagram Friday, the new place for sending out press releases. Model Selita Ebanks, along with a few unfamiliar faces, make up the leads.
On Tuesday, ABC Family announced that they were changing the name of the network to Freeform in January, in order to “super-serve” what they’re calling “Becomers,” aka people who are “on that epic adventure of becoming an adult—from first kiss to first kid!” Not sure what any of that means? Us either! But One Million…
Nicki Minaj continues to reap the benefits of not accepting the pickle juice, as ABC Family has given a “series commitment” to a sitcom based on her life. The series will be written by Kate Angelo, the screenwriter of 2014’s Sex Tape, and plans to shoot this winter in Queens.
Has Wet Seal, the store you likely shopped at in middle school and then forgot about, become a secretly legit company? Or is it just another clothing monstrosity with a mixed history?
Seeing as Jamie Lee Curtis got her start in horror films, it's fitting that she makes a return to TV in a creepy new series in development at ABC Family, The Final Girls.
Last year, we heard that Jennifer Lopez was producing a scripted pilot about a multi-ethnic family with two moms. Now, that pilot is a full-fledged ABC Family TV show, The Fosters. (Watch a
Americans love family-oriented TV shows, from Donna Reed and Leave It To Beaver to The Brady Bunch, The Cosby Show and Modern Family. As American families have changed, so have the families on TV: We're seeing more families of color, single moms, and gay dads. But a new pilot — produced by Jennifer Lopez and just…
Ballet-oriented TV show Bunheads premiered on ABC Family Monday night, and already, after just one episode, Shonda Rhimes — the creative force behind ABC shows Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice and Scandal — has a problem with the series.
In The Great State of Georgia, Raven will play Georgia, a "big, confident, curvy girl who can sing very well."
Monday, news broke that ABC Family had canceled groundbreaking series Huge. Tuesday, we started a petition to save Huge. Wednesday, Huge star Nikki Blonsky contacted us, offering her sincere thanks. Last night we asked some questions.
ABC Family has cancelled Huge, the show created by My-So-Called Life's Winnie Holzman and her daughter, Savannah Dooley. And it's such a shame.
Last night's episode of Huge — the fat camp drama from My So-Called Life's Winnie Holzman — dealt with Parents' Day, giving us a chance to see painfully embarrassing parents, and how weight plays a part in the family dynamic.
Last night on Huge — a show from the creator of My So-Called Life — Camp Victory held a weigh-in. The face of each camper stepping on the scale told a different story: Anxious, terrified, excited, nervous, pessimistic, hopeful.
It's impressive how much gets packed into this show: Lying, cheating, stealing, nice guys, guys who are no good, jealousy, toxic friendships, keeping up appearances, managing expectations. But some of the best moments are the quick hits, the one-liners.