I’ve added 29 images from seasons four and five of In Plain Sight – some are episode stills and others are behind the scenes photos taken on set during filming. Rachel played Detective Abigail Chaffee, who is described as an extremely outgoing and friendly character.
I’ve been experimenting with layouts recently and I’ve finally come up with something I like. This design uses a premade by Carol and I’m really proud because I made the header and changed the colours all by myself! What do you think? Let me know in the comments or via Twitter.
I’ve also moved to paid hosting and removed the ads for the time being. More news and gallery updates will follow soon. Thank you for your continued support.
I’ve added a few promotional photos and episode stills from The Ex List to the gallery. Unfortunately, The show was short lived due to low ratings and bad reviews. It lasted less than a month, with less than half of the produced episodes airing, which is a real shame.
DEADLINE.COM:John Asher’s comedy I Hate Kids has added Better Call Saul‘s Rhea Seehorn and Witches of East End‘s Rachel Boston to its cast that already includes Tituss Burgess, Tom Everett Scott and Beth Riesgraf.
The film, which started production on July 10, follows Scott as Nick Pearson, a successful author who always has hated kids and is about to finally settle down with the perfect match. However, on the night of his wedding rehearsal dinner, 13-year old Mason (Julian Feder) shows up claiming to be his son. How does the kid know this? Because self-proclaimed psychic the Amazing Fabular (Burgess) says so. The trio set out on a journey to find Mason’s mom and, in doing so, learn about Nick’s past.
Boston will play Nick’s fiancée Sydneyof, and Seehorn will play her sister Kelly. I Hate Kids is co-written by Frank Dietz and Todd Traina and co-produced by Traina and Rachel McHale.
Boston’s deal was brokered by John Carrabino Management and the Gersh Agency, and Seehorn’s was by Randi Ross of Phoenix Artists and Alissa Vradenburg of Untitled Entertainment.
It’s been a while and I’m very sorry. To make up for it, I’ve finished adding screencaptures of episodes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Witches of East End‘s first season to the gallery.
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