Monday, May 30, 2011

TV: 2011 Summer TV Premiere Dates Schedule

MAY 30th - Monday
9pm "Single Ladies" (VH1)
Plot: A comedy revolving around the romantic relationships of three friends.
Cast: Stacey Dash (Clueless), LisaRaye ("All of Us"), Charity Shea, Kassandra Clementi, D.B. Woodside ("Hellcats" and "24"), rapper Common, Lauren London (This Christmas), Eve, TLC's Chilli
Why Watch: Because Dash is due for a comeback, and it's been too long since we've had a girl-centric rom-com series.

JUNE 1st - Wednesday
9pm "Franklin & Bash" (TNT)
Plot: Two young, fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants street lawyers cause a seismic culture clash when they join a legendary, button-down law firm. Breckin Meyer is Jared Franklin, who loves sticking it to authority every chance he gets, while Mark-Paul Gosselaar plays Peter Bash, who has a knack for connecting with jury and judge.
Cast: Mark-Paul Gosselaar ("Raising the Bar"), Breckin Meyer (Ghost of Girlfriends Past), Malcolm McDowell ("Entourage"), Reed Diamond ("Dollhouse"), Garcelle Beauvais ("The Jamie Foxx Show"), Kumail Nanjiani (Life As We Know It), Dana Davis ("10 Things I Hate About You" and "Heroes")
Why Watch: Three-quarters the way through the trailer, I was mildly interested. But then Meyer tries to prove a breathalyzer is faulty by getting drunk in court. It's like Lawyers Gone Wild. I'd watch for him alone.

10pm "Men of a Certain Age" (TNT)

JUNE 2nd - Thursday
10pm "Love Bites" (NBC)
Plot: An anthology of modern love stories.
Cast: Becki Newton ("Ugly Betty"), Jordana Spiro ("My Boys"), and several other guest stars, like Jason Lewis ("Sex and the City"), Lindsay Price ("Lipstick Jungle"), Kyle Howard ("My Boys"), Steve Howey (Something Borrowed), Charlyne Yi (Paper Heart), Greg Grunberg ("Heroes"), Constance Zimmer ("Entourage"), Jennifer Love Hewitt, Craig Robinson ("The Office")
Why Watch: Um, this series was delayed because of Newton's pregnancy, then several actors dropped out and found other gigs, including Newton, so NBC cut down the episode order and it's pretty much canceled before it even premieres. However, who doesn't love a love story?

JUNE 5th - Sunday
10pm "The Glades" (A&E)
Last Season: Jim and Callie finally get together just days before she finds out her husband is being released from prison.
This Season: Jim will get more high-stakes cases to solve, from mob killings to serial killers. Meanwhile, Callie will deal with the return of her ex-con husband and the criminals who are after him.

11pm "Teen Wolf" (MTV) [Mondays at 10pm]
Plot: It has a similar premise as the 80s Michael J. Fox film, but instead of being a descendant of a werewolf, he is attacked by one and therefore cursed. He has to figure out how to control the beast, navigate high school, and woo the girl of his dreams, all the while avoiding her hunter father.
Cast: Tyler Posey ("Brothers & Sisters" and "Lincoln Heights"), newcomer Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Hoechlin ("7th Heaven"), JR Bourne ("Stargate SG-1"), newcomer Crystal Reed, Colton Haynes ("The Gates"), Holland Roden (Bring It On: Fight to the Finish)
Why Watch: Because the wolf story in Twilight hardly gets enough screen time, and because the best werewolves are the unhinged ones—and what's more unhinged than a teenage boy?

JUNE 6th - Monday
9pm "Switched at Birth" (ABC Family)
Plot: The story of two teenage girls who discover they were accidentally switched as newborns in the hospital. Bay Kennish (Marano) grew up in a wealthy family with two parents and a brother, while Daphne Vasquez (Leclerc), who lost her hearing at an early age due to a case of meningitis, grew up with a single mother in a working-class neighborhood. Things come to a dramatic head when both families meet and struggle to learn how to live together for the sake of the girls.
Cast: Newcomer Katie Leclerc, Vanessa Marano ("Gilmore Girls"), Constance Marie ("George Lopez"), D.W. Moffett ("Friday Night Lights"), Lea Thompson ("Caroline in the City"), Lucas Grabeel (High School Musical), Charles Michael Davis
Why Watch: Because Marano is a sharp-tongue, quick-witted actress who has yet to find her breakout role.

JUNE 7th - Tuesday
9pm "White Collar" (USA)
This Season: According to the creator, Neal is now the greatest con man in the world in possession of the great treasure in the world, which was his life's goal. So Season 3 will be about choices. In deciding what to do with the treasure, he'll have to decide if all he'll ever allow himself to be is a criminal. And he'll explore the possibility of finding a balance between both worlds. Kate represented a white-picket-fence, clean-cut future and Alex represented a life of crime, so in having Sarah—the best of both worlds—he just might find the balance he's been searching for. As for who left the note and the treasure, that mystery will be solved in the premiere episode, either before or after Peter gives Neal a lie detector test. On the romantic front, Moran Atias ("Crash") will join the series as Diana's girlfriend, and Mozzie might get a love interest in the form of an anti-government corporate hacker.

10pm "Covert Affairs" (USA)
Last Season: Ben walks into the CIA to tell Annie the truth, we discover that Jai's dad is the reporter's informant, and Joan is offered her husband's position at the DCS.
This Season: Ben goes missing, a big secret is revealed about Auggie, Ben Lawson ("The Deep End") joins the series as an ER doctor, and Rena Sofer will play Arthur's ex-wife.

JUNE 12th - Sunday
10pm "The Protector" (Lifetime)
Plot: Divorced mother Gloria Sheppard (Walker) juggles her demanding personal and professional life as an intuitive LAPD homicide detective while raising two boys, Leo (Robinson) and Nick (Ryan), with the live-in help of her troubled younger brother Davey (Gilbert).
Cast: Ally Walker ("Sons of Anarchy" and "Profiler"), Tisha Campbell-Martin ("Rita Rocks"), Miguel Ferrer ("Crossing Jordan"), Thomas Robinson (The Switch), Sage Ryan, Chris Payne Gilbert ("10 Items or Less"), Terrell Tilford
Why Watch: Because it answers a very interesting question: Can a cop be a mom?

JUNE 14th - Tuesday
8pm "Pretty Little Liars" (ABC Family)
Last Season: When we last saw the girls, they were consoling Spencer who had been attacked by Ian. A hooded figure saved her life and killed Ian, after he admitted to shoving Allison down. But, Allison was killed by suffocation so the question still remains as to who finished her off, and of course who the hooded figure could've been since Ian recognized them. We also learned that Jenna was being blackmailed by Allison and Ian with a tape, and her cop boyfriend tricked the girls into letting him help them so he could retrieve the tape and trap the blackmailer. On the romantic front, Aria got into a fight with Ezra after he hid the fact that his ex-fiance, who broke up with him, will be working with him at his new job. Caleb admitted to only getting close to Hanna because Jenna forced him to, so she broke up with him. When he dropped off a letter professing his love, Mona trashed it. Believing his gesture to be ignored, he left town, but Lucas proved he was a good friend after all by bringing him back.
This Season: After they tell the police that Ian attacked Spencer, the police can't find the body, so they assume the girls have made it up. Since Annabeth Gish ("Brotherhood" and "The West Wing") will join the series as a mysterious therapist who tries to find out their secrets, I'm assuming that their parents are forcing them to seek trauma counseling, believing Allison's death has plunged them into paranoia. To make matters worse, Alison's mom, Alison's brother, Hanna's dad, and Wren return to town, which might not put a kink in Spencer and Toby's budding relationship, since rumor has it they'll be taking it to the next level. However, there will surely be one in Aria's when a new guy enters her life, a guy who is the polar opposite of Ezra in every way. And while Hanna is freaking about Caleb's return, he and Lucas strike up an unlikely friendship.

9pm "The Nine Lives of Chloe King" (ABC Family)
Plot: Chloe King is a teenager who discovers she has special powers, including enhanced speed, hearing, agility, and the ability to climb objects using her claws. When she realizes a mysterious figure is shadowing her, she goes on to uncover that she is a descendant of an ancient race. She learns she may be the key to protecting the race from human assassins, which have hunted them for thousands of years.
Cast: Skyler Samuels ("The Gates"), Amy Pietz ("The Office" and "Aliens in America"), Grey Damon ("Friday Night Lights"), Grace Phipps, Benjamin Stone ("10 Things I Hate About You"), Alyssa Diaz, Ki Hong Lee
Why Watch: If you like supernatural teen stories, you might want to graduate from the undead to the reincarnated.

9pm "Memphis Beat" (TNT)
10pm "Hawthorne" (TNT)

JUNE 15th - Wednesday
10pm "Hot in Cleveland" (TVLand)

10:30pm "Happily Divorced" (TVLand)
Plot: It's about Los Angeles florist Fran (Drescher) as she deals with dating after finding out her realtor husband of 18 years (Higgins) is gay. Fran juggles her new relationships, while still living under the same roof with her ex-husband.
Cast: Fran Drescher ("The Nanny"), John Michael Higgins ("Arrested Development"), Tichina Arnold ("Everybody Hates Chris"), Rita Moreno (West Side Story), Robert Walden (All the President's Men), Valente Rodriguez ("George Lopez")
Why Watch: Because it's based on her real life, so we'll get all the dirt, and because Fran's always funny...even with that voice.
Watch the promo.

JUNE 19th - Sunday
9pm "Falling Skies" (TNT)
Plot: Written and produced by Robert Rodat (Saving Private Ryan) and Steven Spielberg, this show takes place 6 months after an unprovoked and devastating alien invasion of Earth leaves the planet in tatters. The remaining humans must learn to work together and fight the aliens if they are to continue to exist. Former history professor Tom Mason (Wyle) as second in command of the 2nd Mass must juggle his duties as leader with his duties as a father to his 3 sons, one of whom is being held captive by the aliens and forced into slavery...or is he? By the end of the season, we'll learn what the aliens are really after.
Cast: Noah Wyle ("ER"), Moon Bloodgood (Terminator Salvation), Jessy Schram (Unstoppable), Will Patton (Armageddon), Drew Roy ("Hannah Montana"), Seychelle Gabriel (The Last Airbender), Sarah Carter ("Shark" and Final Destination 2), Connor Jessup
Why Watch: Three reasons: 1) Spielberg. 2) Awesome aliens. 3) Big budget action.

9pm "Drop Dead Diva" (Lifetime)
Last Season: Kim leaves the firm, Fred gets jealous of Stacy's hot co-stars, and Grayson gets into a car accident.
This Season: Grayson wakes up from a coma with retrograde amnesia.

JUNE 21st - Tuesday
10pm "Combat Hospital" (ABC)
Plot: Follow the frantic lives of a military hospital's resident doctors and nurses as they navigate the relentless life-and-death battles on the operating table, and the never-ending conflicts that arise from working in a war zone of Southern Afghanistan.
Cast: Michelle Borth ("Hawaii Five-O" and "The Forgotten"), Elias Koteas (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Terry Chen (The A-Team), Luke Mably (The Prince & Me and "The Gates"), Deborah Kara Unger (White Noise), Arnold Pinnock ("The Listener").
Why Watch: Honestly, I'm just watching for Mably. What can I say? The Brit is dashingly handsome. Besides, who really wants to watch a war medical drama in the middle of summer?
Watch the promo.

JUNE 23rd - Thursday 
9pm "Burn Notice" (USA)
Last Season: The team has a standoff with Vaughn and his goons, and Sam successfully rescues them with the help of US Marines dispatched by a Congressman confidant. Then men in black take Michael to DC and an unnamed man welcomes him back.
This Season: I'm pretty sure Michael is forced to rejoin the CIA, because these actors have been cast as agents he has to work with: Grant Show ("Private Practice" and "Accidentally on Purpose"), Lauren Stamile ("Community" and "Grey's Anatomy"), and Matt Lauria ("Chicago Code" and "Friday Night Lights").

10pm "Rookie Blue" (ABC)
Last Season: The season ended with the rookies successfully executing a drug bust, Peck admitting that she still cares about Diaz, and McNally & Swarek agreeing to be just friends.
This Season: Camille Sullivan ("Hellcats") joins the cast as Luke's former partner and Andy's romantic and professional competition. Hmm, does this mean Swarek has another shot? We'll also learn about a family tragedy that explains why Dov is always so gun-ho about being a cop.
10pm "Suits" (USA)
Plot: One of Manhattan's top corporate lawyers (Macht) sets out to recruit a new hotshot associate and hires the only guy that impresses him—a brilliant but unmotivated college dropout (Adams). Though he isn't actually a lawyer, this legal prodigy has the book smarts of a Harvard law grad and the street smarts of a hustler. However, in order to serve justice and save their jobs, both these unconventional thinkers must continue the charade.
Cast: Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht (The Spirit), Meghan Markle, Gina Torres (Serenity and "Huge"), Rick Hoffman ("Samantha Who?")
Why Watch: Because Macht is at his best when he's being devious, and mentor-apprentice relationships are always fun to watch—and learn from.
Watch the promo.

10pm "Wilfred" (FX)
Plot: Each episode follows the story about a girl named Sarah, her dog Wilfred and her boyfriend, Adam. After their first date, Adam goes home with Sarah and meets her scruffy pet dog Wilfred, but Adam (as well as the audience) sees the latter as a human dressed in an unconvincing dog costume. The dog develops a grudge against his owner's new boyfriend and tests him to see if he is capable of being his new "daddy." Thus the unsuspecting Adam, who is keen on winning Sarah's heart, has Wilfred to contend with.
Cast: Elijah Wood, Jason Gann (the original Aussie "Wilfred"), Fiona Gubelmann, Dorian Brown ("Roommates")
Why Watch: Because it's a surreal example of the lengths guys will go to get a girl and the obstacles that stand in their way. Besides, don't you miss Frodo?
Watch Clips

10:30pm "Louie" (FX)

JUNE 26th - Sunday
9pm "True Blood" (HBO)
Last Season: Sookie saves Eric from dying in sunlight, despite Bill's protests. At Eric's insistence, Sookie also saves Russell, and ties him to a pole in Fangtasia. Hoyt's mother and Summer stage an intervention to get Hoyt away from Jessica, but it backfires and Hoyt asks Jessica to marry him. Sometime later, his mother is shown buying a rifle. Tara learns that Sam is a shapeshifter and that her mother is having an affair with a minister, and leaves Bon Temps. The DEA stages a raid on Hot Shot, but Jason warns the residents, giving Felton enough time to kill Calvin and escape with Crystal, leaving Jason in charge. Lafayette discovers that Jesús is a brujo. Bill and Eric bury Russell alive in cement, then Bill turns the tables on Eric and tries to kill him by doing the same thing. Eric escapes and tells Sookie that Bill was originally sent to Bon Temps to procure her for Sophie-Anne and that he purposely allowed the Rattrays to beat her nearly to death so that he would be able to feed her his blood. Tommy refuses to give Sam back the money he stole from Merlotte's, so Sam shoots at him. After vowing to kill anyone who knows about Sookie's fairy heritage, Bill invites Sophie-Anne to his home for a fight to the death. Sookie visits Gran's grave where she is joined by Claudine and other fairies and transported to their world.
This Season: We'll learn what it really means to be a fairy. One character will come out of the closet—my money's on Tara. We'll meet Sheriff Andy's sister (Courtney Ford from "Dexter") and the werewolf pack leader Raoul (Daniel Buran). We'll see more of Godric. Vampire Sheriff Nan Flanagan will become a series regular. And three female characters will join the series: Janina Gavankar ("The Gates") will play a shape-shifting school teacher, Alexandra Breckenridge ("Life Unexpected" and "Dirt") will play a Wiccan that's possessed by an evil 17th-century witch, and Vedette Lim will play a cage fighter.

9pm "Leverage" (TNT)
Last Season: They took down their worst enemy by framing him and getting him arrested in a foreign country, and Nate and Sophie finally got together.
This Season: Nate will get a new nemesis who will be played by Leon Rippy ("Saving Grace").

10pm "The Marriage Ref" (NBC)

JUNE 27th - Monday
10pm "Weeds" (Showtime)

10:30pm "The Big C" (Showtime)

JUNE 29th - Wednesday 
8pm "Melissa & Joey" (ABC Family)

8:30pm "The Great State of Georgia" (ABC Family)
Plot: An aspiring plus-sized actress and her science geek best friend try to make headway in New York City.
Cast: Raven-Symone, Majandra Delfino ("Roswell"), and Loretta Devine
Why Watch: Because Raven went through the trouble of dropping half her weight. The least you can do is give her good ratings. Plus, it's been 10 years since Delfino's been given a series to showcase her comedic talents.

9pm "Royal Pains" (USA)
Last Season: Boris fired Hank and kicked him and Evan out of the home he let them stay in. Their dad decided if he was going to go on the run or live in a low security prison. Jill left for 6 months for a new job. Evan and Paige made plans to make a pit-stop in Paris before going to Divya and Raj's wedding, but the happy Indian couple broke up before even entering the airport. Then they're whisked away by the CDC to be quarantined when Divya realizes they've been exposed to a virus by one of her patients.
This Season: In the absence of Emily and Jill, Hank gets a new love interest that might stick around for the full season. We'll get to meet his grandfather (Ed Asner from "One Tree Hill"). And no doubt we'll get to see the fallout of the broken engagement. Also since the actress who plays Paige is up for an ABC series, we'll have to wait and see if she'll say farewell to Evan at the end of the summer.

10pm "Necessary Roughness" (USA)
Plot: The series centers around a tough Long Island divorcee who, in order to make ends meet and support her two teenage kids, gets a job as a therapist for a professional football team. Her career begins to take off when athletes, musicians, politicians and other celebrities start to request her tough love therapy. She must learn to balance her new career with being a single mother.
Cast: Callie Thorne ("Rescue Me"), Marc Blucas ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and First Daughter), Mehcad Brooks ("True Blood"), Scott Cohen ("Gilmore Girls"), Craig Bierko, Amanda Detmer, Concetta Tomei
Why Watch: Because you love the deconstruction of the mind and light-hearted therapy.
Watch the promo.

JULY 11th - Monday 
8pm "Eureka" (Syfy)

9pm "Warehouse 13" (Syfy)
Last Season: After being the one who vouched for H.G. Wells and almost getting them killed, Myka realizes that she'll always second-guess herself now, so she has to quit. She leaves a note saying goodbye.
This Season: Aaron Ashmore ("Smallville") will become a new series regular and Pete's new partner.

9pm "The Closer" (TNT)
Last Season: The chief retires, Brenda doesn't get picked to replace him, and Fritz tells Brenda secrets from his past.
This Season: Not only will Captain Raydor participate in the entire season, but since the producers are considering creating a spin-off for her, she'll be featured a lot more in cases. Meanwhile, Brenda will supposedly meet her match in the form of an attorney who's defending the mother of a dead gang member. Plus, the last few minutes of the pilot is said to have a jaw-dropping ending.

10pm "Alphas" (Syfy)
Plot: A group of everyday people who possess uncanny neurological abnormalities is working for a secret government agency. This elite group is able to uncover what the CIA, FBI and Pentagon cannot or will not solve. Together, they must take down the other superhuman individuals who aren't going to use their powers for good.
Cast: David Strathairn (The Bourne Ultimatum), Malik Yoba (Why Did I Get Married? and "Girlfriends"), Warren Christie ("October Road"), Laura Mennell (Watchmen), Ryan Cartwright ("Bones"), Azita Ghanizada
Why Watch: Because it's like "Heroes" meets "Leverage." And for fans who will miss the adorably informative British intern Vincent on "Bones," here's your weekly dose.

10pm "Rizzoli & Isles" (TNT)
Last Season: In order to save her brother's life, Rizzoli speeds up the hostage situation by sacrificing herself and using the hostage-taker's gun to shoot herself in the chest, robbing him of his shield. Watch the slow-motion, nail-biting scene here!
This Season: We'll find out how much damage Rizzoli has done to herself, see if Frankie made it, meet their ex-con younger brother (Colin Egglesfield from Something Borrowed), and meet Maura's extremely conservative, adoptive mother (Jacqueline Bisset). Plus, Rizzoli gets a new love interest (Chris Vance from "Prison Break" and "Dexter") when an old high school boyfriend comes back into her life, and Maura will cozy up to her surgeon.

JULY 12th - Tuesday
10pm "Rescue Me" (FX)

JULY 13th - Wednesday
10pm "Damages" (DIRECTTV)

JULY 15th - Friday
10pm "Haven" (Syfy)
Last Season: Duke learns that the tattoo belonging to the man who will one day kill him is actually the insignia of a secret society that Julia's family belongs too—and we learn that she sporadically bears the mark as well. Nathan learns that his real dad was a murderer. Hoping to save him and the town from his crater-making troubles, his adoptive father murders his bio-dad and commits suicide. Then a mysterious priest vows to replace him with a powerful figure that could do more harm than good. Afterward, Nathan tells Audrey that she's the only person he can actually physically feel, and Audrey tells him that she is the mysterious doppleganger in the decades-old newspaper clipping, which means that she's afflicted with the troubles too. Then an FBI agent confronts her, claiming to be the real Audrey.
This Season: Former WWE Superstar Edge (Adam Copeland) will have a recurring role as "a shrewd, longtime Haven resident who served as a confidant to Nathan's late father and assisted the former sheriff in keeping particularly suspicious supernatural activity under wraps. Now as acting Sheriff of Haven, Nathan finds himself reaching out to Dwight just as his father did before him." Also, Jason Priestly ("90210") will join the series as "a brilliant, principled but anti-social marine biologist who must deal with an affliction most would consider a blessing."

JULY 17th - Sunday
10pm "Breaking Bad" (AMC)

JULY 19th - Tuesday
11pm "Awkward" (MTV)
Plot: An an irreverent look at the conflict, chaos and humor that defines teenage life through the eyes of 15-year-old Jenna Hamilton (Rickards), whose life begins to change when a simple accident becomes an epic misunderstanding and is blown way out of proportion.
Cast: Ashley Rickards ("One Tree Hill"), Beau Mirchoff ("Desperate Housewives") as her love interest, Molly Tarlov ("Huge" & "iCarly") as her nemesis, Jillian Rose Reed ("Weeds") and Jessica Lu as her best friends, Brett Davern as the friendly popular kid, Nikki DeLoach ("North Shore") as her mom, and Desi Lydic (Stan Helsing) as her guidance counselor.
Why Watch: Because it's fun to laugh at awkward high school experiences when they're not happening to you.
Watch the promo.

11pm "Web Therapy" (Showtime)

JULY 24th - Sunday 
10:30pm "Entourage" (HBO)
Last Season: Turtle acts as the middle man in the development of a Tequila franchise. Drama gets hired as the voice of a talking ape for a new TV series. Ari's war with Amanda Daniels and wrongful firing of Lizzie Grant lead to the release of a foul-mouthed rant that costs him a major, ground-breaking deal with the NFL. Realizing that Ari is far worse than she ever imagined, his wife leaves him. After a near-death experience during a film stunt, Vince becomes an adrenaline junkie: sky-diving, buying a motorcycle, falling for a porn star, and getting addicted to drugs after Scott gives him a taste. Eric learns that Scott is planning to stage a coup along with the majority of the firm's employees, but refuses to join in out of loyalty to Sloane's godfather. But then Sloane's godfather asks him to sign a pre-nup, fearing that E will mooch off of her because of his low income and small client list, so he agrees to help Scott take him down. The boys organize an intervention, Vince refuses to listen to them, crashes an Eminem party, and lands in the hospital, where the police find a bag of cocaine on him.
This Season: Alice Eve (She's Out of My League) will join the series for a 4-episode arc as a journalist profiling a no-doubt-rehab-fresh Vince. Johnny Galecki ("Big Bang Theory") will play a tougher version of himself that Eric and Scott want to land as a client, and he'll make a play for Sloane.

AUGUST 1st - Monday
"Aim High" (web series)
Plot: A high school student (Rathbone) lives a double life as a teenage spy. As one of the government's 64 trained teenage operatives, he just blew a hit he had on a Russian mercenary named Boris the Bear (Brown). He's juggling the ripple effects of that with his secret love for Amanda Miles (Teegarden). The major problem there is that she's got a jealous boyfriend (McDaniel) who just so happens to be the swim team captain.
Cast: Jackson Rathbone (Twilight), Clancy Brown, Aimee Teegarden ("Friday Night Lights" and Prom), Jonathan McDaniel (Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board and "That's So Raven")
Why Watch: Because it's produced by McG who knows how to do action.

AUGUST 15th - Monday
9pm "The Lying Game" (ABC Family)
Plot: The show follows Emma, a kind-hearted foster kid who learns she has an identical twin sister, Sutton. Sutton, unlike Emma, was adopted by wealthy parents and is seemingly living an ideal life. After their initial meeting, Sutton talks Emma into stepping into her life for a few days while she pursues a lead on the mysterious identity of their birth mother.  After Sutton inexplicably fails to return to the girls’ designated meeting place, Emma must decide whether to come clean about her identity and risk her own safety in the hope of uncovering her twin sister's whereabouts, along with the truth about why they were separated in the first place.
Cast: Alexandra Chando ("As the World Turns"), Andy Buckley ("The Office"), Helen Slater, Blair Redford ("90210"), Sharon Pierre-Louis ("Lincoln Heights"), Kirsten Prout ("Kyle XY"), Alice Greczyn ("Lincoln Heights" and "Privileged"), Allie Gonino ("10 Things I Hate About You")
Why Watch: Because who doesn't love a mystery.

*Most of the plot summaries and "last season" blurbs are taken from series websites, Wikipedia, or IMDb.

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