— Secrets and Lies (@SecretsLiesABC) August 19, 2015
Status: Pilot Rejected
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Lou (Alyssa Milano) is a thirtysomething gal who is trying to live her life on her own, but her divorced parents turn to her for support way too often: her father, Joe (Beau Bridges), uses her as a surrogate parent while her mother, Elizabeth (Annie Potts), needs her as a shrink and a confidante. In order to shake her parents’ constant need, she asks the universe for a few favors: the perfect wife for her dad, the perfect best friend for her mom, and the perfect guy for her. Lou quickly discovers that wishes do come true, but not in the way you planned — her dad soon meets Nancy (Meagen Fay), an aquarium tour guide who will soon be her new stepmother complete with two younger children who cannot stand Lou. Later Lou meets Mr. Right, Charlie (Eric Winter),
but he turns out to be Nancy’s son and her soon-to-be step-brother. And Lou’s mother does find the perfect best friend … Lou herself.
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That would have been a good show!! ABC needs to figure out the good ones and the bad ones and actually give shows a chance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
tytippy 2 years ago 32 like
Deadline reports this morning that Eric Winter has scooped up the male lead in TNT’s drama pilot, Scent of the Missing.
The drama, which has already cast Tricia Helfer, is based on the Susannah Charleson book, centering on a “tenacious, strong-willed K-9 Search and Rescue volunteer who works with an equally determined partner– her mischievous golden retriever, Puzzle.” The pilot is being produced by procedural maven Carol Mendelsohn, as well as Melissa Byter and Treena Hancock. Winter is said to be playing Jake, another member of the team who works with his own dog, Shadow.
Winter was also recently cast in Good Christian Belles for ABC.
So now the big question is…who will be Winter’s canine co-star? Winter is an animal lover himself– Sharon Osbourne even gave him a French bulldog a few years back when he came on her talk show– so we know that whatever dog gets cast, he will be treated extremely well!