Droves of Nashville fans have taken to the internet to vent their frustration with the character of Scarlett O'Connor (Clare Bowen), the country girl who has been gifted with a record deal and seems to hate every second of her success! Is Deacon Claybourne's (Chip Esten) neurotic niece intended to be the new love-to-hate character, now that Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) has seemingly transformed from villainess to a heroine? Showrunner Dee Johnson says no!
“I think we were trying to show the different journeys one takes when one is first trying to have a musical career," explains Johnson. "In our minds, Scarlett was always an artist, a relatively skinless person, and how does that person handle the stress of being out there all the time? It takes a toll and we wanted to show that side of the journey.” READ MORE
CBS has released the trailer for its new Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams comedy, The Crazy Ones. In addition to Gellar, who starred on All My Children as Kendall Hart, The Crazy Ones features One Life to Live grad Amanda Setton (ex-Kimberly Andrews) and As the World Turns guest James Wolk.
Wolk played a sailor during Luke (Van Hansis) and Noah’s (Jake Silbermann) Valentine’s Day episode. American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson is also featured prominently in the pilot.
Check out a preview of The Crazy Ones after the jump! READ MORE
How The Complete and Utter Destruction of Sharon Newman Parallels MAB's Dismantling of The Young and the RestlessBy Jillian Bowe on June 19, 2012
For a few months now, viewers of The Young and the Restless have been subjected to the once popular and beloved character of Sharon Collins Newman (Sharon Case) having decided to delve into an icky romance with her former father-in-law, Victor Newman (Eric Braeden). Fans have been none too amused over Sharon making this skeevy choice — to plunge head first into a relationship with a man she once considered a father figure. The plot twist has been all the more maddening, following years of Sharon's character being utterly assassinated, via one ill-conceived storyline and/or romance after another. READ MORE