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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

March Maddness-New TV Shows

1.Missing Premieres March 15 on ABC-starring Ashley Judd
I loved ALL Ashley Judd movies especially Double Jeopardy! I can hardly wait for "Missing". Does Ashley Judd ever age? 

Plot of show: 
How far would you go to save the only thing you have left in the world? After a tragic accident took Paul Winston's life, his wife Becca (Ashley Judd) and their son Michael struggled to rebuild their lives. Now, ten years later, Michael goes missing under suspicious circumstances, and Becca will do anything it takes to find him.

Ever since Michael saw his father Paul blown up when he was just 8-years old, Becca has always been a tad overprotective. But she couldn't say no to Michael's amazing opportunity to study in Rome. Just a few weeks into his trip, however, Michael disappears. Becca flies to Rome for answers, but no one takes her seriously – so she takes matters into her own hands. You see, Becca isn't just a mother looking for her son. Both she and Michael's father used to be lethal CIA agents and whoever took Michael messed with the wrong mother. Now, if Becca wants to find her son alive, she will have to rely on old friends and reopen old wounds. Her resourcefulness, skill and determination will be put to the test – but a mother's love knows no limits.

2. GCB Premieres Sunday March 4 also on ABC-This show going to be good it has to be look at who the creator is -same creator as Sex & the City and the writer of Steel Magnolias. The girl who plays Amanda (Leslie Bibb) use to be on a TV Series I hate to admit I watched called Popular.

Plot of show: An original mean girl, Amanda (Leslie Bibb) used to terrorize the less attractive and less popular. After her husband gets busted for a Ponzi scheme and then dies in sensationalized circumstances, Amanda has to return to Dallas in disgrace and start her life again. Will the good Christian belles of her hometown welcome her with open arms ... or stab her in the back? No one in Hillside Park is a saint, but that doesn't mean they can't have a heart. As Amanda and her teenage kids try to adjust to their new circumstances, the ladies of Highland Park alternate between sympathy and scheming.

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