Sorority Forever is totally addictive. The webisodes are short, but it is amazing how much they can fit in. It leaves you wanting so much more, who would've thought something less than two minutes can do that…well besides you know.
So go to TheWB.com to watch Sorority Forever with new webisodes Monday – Fridays at 9a PST. This webseries is for Sorority Girls, Fraternity Boys and GDIs.
Phi Chi Kappa is the hottest sorority on campus. For every freshmen girl, getting in seems like a dream come true, but there are mysteries around every corner of the Phi Chi House. Behind the sex, the drama, and the beautiful people lies a terrifying secret.
The WB is back at TheWB.com and today they are launching their first webseries Sorority Forever. McG who brought us great shows like Supernatural, The OC, Chuck and Supernatural is now going online to bring us Sorority Forever and I know I can’t wait to pledge this webseries. But by the looks of it, I am afraid of hell week!
New webisodes of Sorority Forever launch Monday – Fridays at 9a PST!
TheWB.com features full episodes of fan-favorite series like “Angel,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Everwood,” “Friends,” “Gilmore Girls,” “In Living Color,” “The O.C.,” “One Tree Hill,” “Roswell,” “Smallville” and “Veronica Mars.”
The site will also debut several original series from creative talent including director/producer McG (“Terminator Salvation,” “Supernatural,” “Charlie’s Angels” films), whose series “Sorority Forever” premieres on Sept. 8th, and Josh Schwartz (“Gossip Girl,” “Chuck,” “The O.C.”), among many others.
TheWB.com is coming on August 27th at 11a pst and I can’t wait to watch Everwood and all of those shows again! Plus I can’t wait to see what McG and Josh Schwartz come up with because looking at their past work, you know their future stuff is going to be amazing!!!
So go over to TheWB.com and sign up for the Beta and to TheWB’s Facebook to try their app!
Page Six is reporting that Chad Michael Murray got so jealous of an actor flirting with his ex-wife Sophia Bush on the set of One Tree Hill that he got him fired. Which of course is ironic because he is engaged to an actress who was an extra on the show and is rumored to have had a fling with Paris Hilton on the House of Wax set?
Rumor has it chad was not with John Cates, who played his rival on the show. A friend of Cates said that, "Chad told producers, 'It's no more John Cates or no more Chad Michael Murray,' because he thought John and Sophia were flirting." Another insider said, "Chad was a terror to work with. Writers kept plotting him and John against each other, and Chad took it seriously. He told everyone on set he couldn't stand John, and finally producers wrote him off the show." Both Chad's people deny the story, but Warner Bros. who produce the show said, "Casting decisions are made by the studio, the network and producers. This guest star's story line was wrapped up, and production moved on." Hmmm sounds like they are hinting there might have been some rivalry between the two. But then again I need my One Tree Hill drama because the show won't be back until mid-season.
Kelly Clarkson will make a guest appearance on country music star Reba McEntire’s hit CW sitcome later this month. The initial American Idol recently attended at event that honored McEntire and has made her admiration for the vertan singer well-known. Look for Clarkson to appear as a ditzy local TV station intern on the January 14 episode of the show.
Meanwhile, CW is also ordering eight additional episodes of fourth year drama "One Tree Hill," ensuring the WBTV-produced skein will make it to syndication. Like "Mars," "One Tree Hill" was also given a 13-seg pickup last spring. Latter skein is up a whopping 23% among female teens and has retained more of its "America’s Next Top Model" lead-in than any other past series to follow the show when it aired on UPN.
The Veronica Mars news we’ve been waiting for is here — and it’s mostly good. Rob Thomas confirms that the CW has ordered seven more episodes, bringing the total number of Mars hours this season to 20. Sure, it’s not the full, 22-episode pickup we were all hoping for, but I say we take what we can get and run with it. Now, you’re probably wondering, "What does this limited pickup mean for the final two mystery arcs this season!?" Well, Rob’s trying to figure that out as we speak. But obviously they’ll be shorter than he had originally intended.
Scripts for three more episodes of One Tree Hill have been ordered by The CW as ratings for the North Carolina-based teen drama continue to rise. So far, The CW has picked up 13 full episodes for the show’s fourth season. Towards the end of season three, there was speculation that The WB – which merged with UPN to form The CW – would axe the show due to falling ratings after it moved from Tuesday to Wednesday nights. However, ratings have consistently risen week-on-week since the fourth season started on The CW; it now airs directly after a new episode of America’s Next Top Model, and manages to hold onto much of its strong lead-in numbers.