Looks like Emma and Sutton are finally on the same side in this new preview for the spring finale of The Lying Game.
Earlier this week on the hit ABC Family show, we saw the twins (Alexandra Chando) come face to face with their biological father (Andy Buckley), Jordan (Ryan Rottman) getting initiated into the secret Lying gang and Thayer (Christian Alexander) stop accussing dad Alec (Adrian Pasdar) for everything.
So what’s coming for the finale?
“Ethan (Blair Redford) is going to surprise us by the way he has to choose between family and Emma,” executive producer Chuck Pratt Jr.shared. “His choice, and his level of emotion — I can promise you’ll see him cry in the next two episodes — is going to shock us. He’s not just a handsome, romantic hunk; he’s also got feelings. Real feelings.”
Alice, who stars as Mads, sounded off on twitter about the relationship between Mads and Jordan, played by Ryan.
“Personally, I don’t think Mads n Jordan have anything to be ashamed of. They’re not blood–not even step-sibs, given Rebecca left his dad,” she wrote. “However… The important thing is what you guys think. Would YOU do your (sort of)step-brother?”
Alexandra Chando and Allie Gonino join co-star Charisma Carpenter at the “Bands for Beds” Bethlehem Parents Primary School (BPS) Benefit held at Dim Mak Studios on Friday night (January 18) in Hollywood.
The benefit raised monies for the Bethlehem Parents School located in Kyotera, Uganda with a goal of raising $10,000 to replace existing dilapidated bunk beds and worn out/soiled mattresses for those orphans currently sleeping on the ground.
Allie‘s band, The Good Mad, also performed at the benefit.
In the upcoming episode “Cheat, Play, Love,” Sutton (Chando) steps up her plans to win back Ethan (Blair Redford), and makes a point to let Emma (also Chando) know her intentions. Feeling left out of Emma and Thayer’s (Alexander) growing closeness, Mads (Alice Greczyn) visits her father in prison and shocks Emma with a family revelation.
Dan continues his investigation into Derek’s murder, regardless of Alec’s arrest, and Jordan starts at his new school and tries to get close to Laurel (Allie Gonino).
“Cheat, Play, Love” airs Tuesday, January 15th @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside… More Here! »
In the winter premiere “The Revengers,” Alec (Adrian Pasdar) is in jail following his arrest for Derek’s murder, but he still manages to unnerve Emma (Chando), who is desperate for answers.
Rebecca (Carpenter) and Sutton’s (also Chando) mother-daughter bonding consists of formulating their plans for the Mercer family, which contradicts Emma and Laurel’s (Allie Gonino) plan to reunite Ted (Andy Buckley) and Kristin (Helen Slater).
Meanwhile, Mads (Alice Greczyn) goes looking for trouble, and meets a mysterious new guy in town.
“The Revengers” airs Tuesday, January 8th @9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside…
“When the show returns, they’re still separated,” Allie Gonino told Alloy about her on-screen parent’s relationship.
She added, “Things are very tense around their relationship. Laurel does try to get them back together. In the first episode, she writes a song to play at Fairway, that’s a big party at the golf course. She writes a song to try to reignite that spark between them.”
The Lying Game returns Tuesday, January 8th @9PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
The 28-year-old 90210 actor will play “a handsome, athletic, confident teen from Beverly Hills who’s new in town and has a secret agenda,” according to TV Guide.
Ryan‘s character will make his first appearance in a motorcycle race against Ethan (Blair Redford) on the first episode of the second season, which is set to debut in January 2013. We can’t wait to see it!
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