Very little is known about the new season of the anthology series, but co-creator Ryan Murphy has hinted that Wittrock will be involved in an on-screen love triangle with costars Lady Gaga and Matt Bomer (Guiding Light).
Jessica Collins shoots her last episodes as Avery on The Young and the Restless
After a four-year run, Jessica Collins marked her last day as Y&R’s Avery on June 16, treating the cast and crew to food from a BACON MANia food truck. "Classy, generous, and ALWAYS with the fabulous food! Thank you @JessicaCollins!” tweeted @YRInsider, the show’s official account.
Co-star Steve Burton (Dylan) tweeted, "We had an amazing ride @JessicaCollins & I am forever gr8ful for our time together. You are one of the greatest. I will miss you. :( “
Joshua Morrow (Nick) added, "I will miss you @JessicaCollins so much!! absolutely loved our story together....yur a class act and I hope to work with u again someday.”
Collins tweeted, "One of the happiest times of my life playing this role. Thank you all for your love and support. xoJ #LastDay #YR.”
Why is one actor playing the same character on Finding Carter and The Fosters?
Teen shows tend to have the same story lines: Every show has a pregnancy-scare episode, a big-dance-gone-awry moment. Something about taking — perhaps failing? — a driver's test, and the SATs, and maybe the Time We Got Drunk. So it's not so strange that two current teen-oriented shows are covering similar territory. But MTV's Finding Carter and ABC Family's The Fosters aren't just moving through identical stories in which one of our main characters has (impulsive, not premeditated) sex with her sister's kinda-sorta-ex-boyfriend for whom there are still strong feelings. What's striking is that the same actor (Alex Saxon) is playing said kinda-sorta-ex-boyfriend on both shows.
Caitlyn Jenner tweets thanks to Orange is the New Black star Laverne Cox
"@LaverneCox, you are fierce and fabulous! Your support means the world. Thank you for all that you do for the community. #TransIsBeautiful"
Satire: BBC bosses in talks to turn EastEnders into a musical?
The televised musical will feature numbers including "Get Out Of My Pub", "You Ain't My Muvva!" followed by the reprise "Yes I Am!", and a moving ballad from Ian Beale called "I've Got Nothing Left."