The two former Bunheads co-stars were joined by Bailey‘s new Faking It co-star Gregg Sulkin.
The new comedy from MTV revolves around two best friends who will do almost anything to fit in and be popular in high school, including pretending to be something they’re not. Gregg plays Liam, while Bailey is Lauren, the new girl in school and Amy’s stepsister. She’s polished and pretty and feels like she should be the most popular girl in school.
The comedy revolves around two best friends who will do almost anything to fit in and be popular in high school, including pretending to be something they’re not.
Gregg will play Liam, a sexy high school artist who is tolerate, cares about the environment and is good with his hands. Nearly every girl would kill to date him but none have understood him — until Karma (Stevens) arrives and sees through his art and into his soul. Karma is an upbeat and optimistic high school sophomore who is sick of spending her Friday nights watching Netflix with her best friend Amy. Convinced they’re in danger of falling off the social ladder, Karma is thrilled when she and Amy are invited to the hottest party of the year — especially because Liam will be there.
Rita is Amy, who unlike her longtime best friend, is cynical and a pessimist. Bailey will portray Lauren, the new girl in school and Amy’s stepsister. She’s polished and pretty and feels like she should be the most popular girl in school.
Michael will play Shane, Liam’s best friend and the most popular kid at school. The character is openly gay with an androgynous vibe that goes well with his eclectic sense of style.
Sad news for Bunheads fans — the series has officially been cancelled by ABC Family.
“Bunheads is a wonderful series that we are very proud to have aired,” ABC Family said in a statement (via Deadline). “The series had amazing storytelling, the most talented cast and a passionate and loyal fan base. Recognizing all of this, we took extra time to try and find ways to bring the series back for another season, but in the end it simply wasn’t possible. We wish the cast and crew the best in their future endeavors.”
In this week’s episode “Next,” he girls secretly follow Michelle (Sutton Foster) to a Broadway musical audition in Hollywood.
Meanwhile, Fanny (Kelly Bishop) returns and Michelle’s brother, Scotty (Hunter Foster), pops back up unannounced. Sasha (Telles) thinks the girls need to take their relationships with their boyfriends to the next level,
“Next”, the season finale, airs Monday night, February 25th @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
In tonight’s episode “There’s Nothing Worse Than A Pantsuit,” Milly (Liza Weil) is on the warpath when she discovers that the local town preservation society is arranging a meeting to discuss the new amphitheatre.
Meanwhile, Sasha (Telles) and Roman (Garrett Coffey) take their relationship public; and Talia (Angelina McCoy) shares some big news.
“There’s Nothing Worse Than A Pantsuit” premieres Monday night, February 11th @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside… More Here! »
The girls of Bunheads pose with guest star Jeanine Mason in this new still from tonight’s episode.
In “Channing Tatum is a Fine Actor,” Michelle (Sutton Foster) tries to help Truly (Stacey Oristano) renegotiate her lease after she is evicted from her shop. Boo (Kaitlyn Jenkins) asks for Michelle’s advice when Carl insists that she meet his parents.
Meanwhile, Michelle is skeptical when Talia sets her up on a blind date with her older boyfriend’s friend, and the girls are intrigued by the multi-talented, new kids in town (Mason, Niko Pepaj).
“Channing Tatum is a Fine Actor” airs TONIGHT, January 14h @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 15+ pics inside… More Here! »