Italia Ricci: Name My ABC Family Show!

Italia Ricci: Name My ABC Family Show!

Italia Ricci gets her flirt on in this new trailer for her yet unnamed ABC Family show.

The network put up a poll to name the series that would potentially air.

Formerly titled Terminales, the series follows April (Ricci), an aspiring young journalist who is trying to impress her unimpressable editor. She’s resourceful, devoted to her family and begins to fall in love when she gets devastating news: she has a terminal illness.

Head on over to ABCFPoll.com to watch the trailer and pick a name!

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