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Freeform Unveils '25 Days of Christmas' 2019 Lineup - See It Now!

Freeform Unveils '25 Days of Christmas' 2019 Lineup - See It Now!

December has arrived and so has Freeform official 25 Days of Christmas!

Every year, the network showcases all of our favorite holiday movies and this year is no different, with The Santa Clause franchise, Home Alone and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas all being aired multiple times.

You’ll also get to see the classic programs too, like Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Even The Nightmare Before Christmas, which was declared a Halloween movie, will be showing!

Check out the full lineup in Freeform’s Instagram below!

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Harley Quinn Smith & Froy Gutierrez Cast In Freeform Pilot 'Last Summer'

Harley Quinn Smith & Froy Gutierrez Cast In Freeform Pilot 'Last Summer'

Freeform’s newest pilot Last Summer has found it’s cast!

The upcoming series is an unconventional thriller that takes place over three summers—‘93, ‘94, ‘95—in a small Texas town when a beautiful popular teen, Kate, is abducted and, seemingly unrelated, a girl, Jeanette, goes from being a sweet, awkward outlier to the most popular girl in town and, by ’95, the most despised person in America.

Each episode will be told from the POV of one of the two main girls (Jeanette and Kate), which will have the viewers loyalties constantly shifting as more information is revealed.

Harley Quinn Smith has joined the show as Mallory, a quirky outsider who feels left behind when Jeannette becomes the popular girl. Her anger masks her genuine hurt by her once best friend.

Froy Gutierrez will also join the cast, playing Jamie, the kind of guy everyone loves. He starts as Jeannette’s secret crush, who ends up as her boyfriend the following year.

Chiara Aurelia, who has had roles in Pretty Little Liars and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn will take on the lead role of Jeannette, a sweet high schooler who has a zest for
life, but an almost obsessive need to be loved.

Rounding out the cast are Blake Lee, Mike Abdalla, Allius Barnes, Nathaniel Ashton, Michael Landes, and Brooklyn Sudano.

Here’s a synopsis: Last Summer

Freeform Is Making a Valentine's Day Road Trip Movie Starring Jake Borelli!

Freeform Is Making a Valentine's Day Road Trip Movie Starring Jake Borelli!

Freeform is starting to produce more movies and the network just announced that they are working on a Valentine’s Day-themed film called The Thing About Harry!

Grey’s Anatomy actor Jake Borelli will star in the rom-com road trip movie, which will be directed by The Fosters creator Peter Paige, who had his big break while starring on Queer as Folk. He’s also going to star in the film!

Jake will play Sam, a handsome, funny, neurotic, intelligent young gay man who combines a scathing wit with an overly idealistic worldview. Sam came out when he was still in high school, something that took a lot of courage in his small Missouri town, but was constantly bullied.

Newcomer Niko Terho will portray Harry, an emotionally uncomplicated, promiscuous player who has always left a string of broken hearts in his wake. Under the surface, Harry actually yearns for love, family and stability, but the thought of commitment still terrifies him.

Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown will play Paul, an exceedingly well put-together, yet overbearing and pretentious gay man; GLOW‘s Britt Baron will play Stasia, Sam’s edgy and opinionated best friend; and Peter will play Casey, Sam’s warm-hearted roommate, who always wants the best for Sam.

ARE YOU EXCITED for Freeform’s new movie The Thing About Harry?

Freeform Releases Full '31 Nights Of Halloween' Schedule With New Additions!

Freeform Releases Full '31 Nights Of Halloween' Schedule With New Additions!

31 Nights of Halloween is coming up soon!

Freeform’s annual Halloween programming has been announced for the whole month of October, with some of your favorite movies airing.

Those included are of course, Hocus Pocus, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, Monster House, Monster’s Inc, Scooby Doo, and The Haunted Mansion. New additions will also include Ghostbusters, in celebration of it’s 35th anniversary, as well as it’s sequel Ghostbusters 2 and the first three Scream movies.

In addition to all spooky movies, Freeform will be launching “31 Nights of Halloween Fan Fest,” which will celebrate Halloween’s biggest pop culture moments will honor the icons of the season as we celebrate the most beloved movies, television shows and musical artists who have become synonymous with Halloween.

You can also get tickets to go to Freeform’s Halloween House, which will be open to the public from October 2nd through October 7th, and feature an interactive Halloween Town, the Sanderson Sisters’ cottage & Oogie Boogie’s lair of games and prizes. Get your tickets HERE before they’re all gone!

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Freeform Stands Up for Halle Bailey Starring as Ariel in 'The Little Mermaid'

Freeform Stands Up for Halle Bailey Starring as Ariel in 'The Little Mermaid'

Freeform is sticking up for their grown-ish star Halle Bailey.

The Disney-owned network took to Instagram to slam the racist trolls who have a problem with the 19-year-old actress/singer starring as Ariel in upcoming live-action The Little Mermaid.

“Yes. The original author of ‘The Little Mermaid’ was Danish. Ariel…is a mermaid. She lives in an underwater kingdom in international waters and can legit swim whever [sic] she wants (even though that often upsets King Triton, absolute zaddy).”

Freeform continued: “But for the sake of the argument, let’s say that Ariel, too, is Danish. Danish mermaids can be black bc Danish people can be black. Ariel can sneak up to the surface at any time with her pals Scuttle and the ahem Jamaican crab Sebastian (Sorry, Flounder!) and keep that bronze base tight.”

“Black Danish people, and thus mer-folk, can also genetically (!!!) have red hair. But spoiler alert – bring it back to the top – the character of Ariel is a work of fiction.”

Freeform concluded: “So, after all this is said and done, and you still cannot get past the idea that choosing the incredible, sensational, highly-talented, gorgeous Halle Baily is anything other than INSPIRED casting that it is because she ‘doesn’t look like the cartoon one”, oh boy, do I have some news for you… about you.”