Sunday, September 7, 2008

TwoCents 2008 Fall Preview - Sundays (CW)

CW proves people make easy money on Valentines on Sundays...

Show: Valentine, Inc. (NEW)
Premiere Date: Sept 21
Time: 8:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Writer: OPEN
Starring: Autumn Reeser as Phoebe Valentine, Kristoffer Polaha
as Danny Valentine, Robert Baker (II) as Leo Francisci, Greg Ellis as Ari, Jaime Murray as Grace Valentine, Nikki Snelson as Star, Patrick Fabian as Ray Howard.
Program Description: Have you found your soul mate? Because, let's face it, these days it's not that easy. In a world where online dating shows millions of possibilities, they could walk right past you and you'd never know it. But thankfully, help is on the way. The gods of love are on the case. Turns out the Greek gods of myth and fable are alive and well... and living among us in Mount Olympus, just off Hollywood's Laurel Canyon. From Executive Producer Kevin Murphy ("Desperate Housewives," "Reaper," "Ed") comes Valentine, a story about what a rare, strange, and often hilarious thing love is -- a gift that brings out the divine in all of us.

Show: Easy Money (NEW)
Premiere Date: Sept 21
Time: 9:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Writer: OPEN
Starring: Laurie Metcalf as Bobbette Buffkin, Jeff Hephner as Morgan Buffkin, Katie Lowes as Brandy Buffkin, Jay Ferguson as Cooper Buffkin, Nick Searcy as Rory Buffkin, Marsha Thomasan as Julia Miller.
Program Description: Sometimes it's hard for us to feel connected. We feel alienated in our home, apart from our own family. Morgan Buffkin (Jeff Hephner, "Nip/Tuck", "The O.C.") is no exception. He's the favored son helping to run Prestige Payday Loans, his eccentric family's enormously successful short-term loan company. While his mother Bobette (Laurie Metcalf, "Stop-Loss," "Desperate Housewives," "Roseanne"), the brains behind the business, dotes on him and sings his praises, Morgan has never quite fit in and he's doubting the ever-shifting stories she's woven about his childhood in the Buffkin household. Furthermore, he's having second thoughts about being the "heavy" for Prestige--running down ne'er-do-wells and gambling addicts--in an era of subprime mortgage lending and four dollar gasoline.

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