(Getty, HBO)Good news for True Blood fans, bad news for The Lying Game fans, and major casting scoop for New Girl and Psych — check out all the latest news from around the tube!• Things may not be looking so good for Pam and Eric, but at least Truebies got some good news today — True Blood will be back next summer for a seventh season! HBO has renewed the sexy vampire drama, saying in a statement, "True Blood remains a signature show for HBO, and a true phenomenon with our viewers." The...Read Full Story
(ABC Family)After a season full of juicy revelations, romantic drama, and one shocking death (R.I.P. Theresa), The Lying Game concludes its addictive second season tonight with a twisty finale that is sure to leave fans reeling. Zimbio recently chatted with Lying Game star Alexandra Chando, who plays twins Emma and Sutton, about what fans can expect from tonight's jam-packed finale, which will answer some burning questions while planting the seeds for future mysteries."Our cliffhanger is even...Read Full Story
(ABC Family)The Lying Game concludes its twisty second season this Tuesday night, and we've got your first look at the dramatic season finale. In the first sneak peek clip, Emma tells Laurel that she's afraid she'll lose everything — her new family, friends, home — when the truth about the twins finally comes out. Get the tissues ready for some seriously sweet half-sister bonding.The second sneak peek clip has Ted and Sutton discussing whether he should finally come clean about everything to...Read Full Story
Sutton Foster, Keegan Allen, and Alexandra Chano (Getty Images)
Just call it an ABC Family Tweetapalooza!The stars of your favorite ABC Family shows will be interacting with fans during a live two-night social media event that coincides with the winter premieres of Switched at Birth, Bunheads, Pretty Little Liars, and The Lying Game. On Monday, January 7, fans can join in a Twitter chat with Gilles Marini, star of Switched at Birth. Marini will start off with a live blog party at 7pm...Read Full Story
Alexandra Chando (born July 28, 1986) is an American actress. She is best known for playing the role of Maddie Coleman on the daytime soap opera As the World Turns, which she began in 2005.