Hey guys, I’ve added a bunch of new high quality stills of Aimee from the third episode of the new season of Young and Hungry. Huge thanks to my friend Angela from Emily Osment Online for these photos.
Hey guys, I’ve added a bunch of new high quality stills of Aimee from the second episode of the new season of Young and Hungry. Huge thanks to my friend Angela from Emily Osment Online for these photos.
Hey guys, I’ve added a bunch of new high quality stills of Aimee from the first episode of the new season of Young and Hungry which returns next Monday! Huge thanks to my friend Angela from Emily Osment Online for these photos.
Something tells us that Young & Hungry‘s Aimee Carrero won’t have to fake any chemistry with her newest on-screen partner.
Tim Rock — the real-life husband of Carrero (aka Sofia) — is guest-starring on an upcoming episode of the Freeform comedy, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing a dentist with whom Sofia is set up on a blind date.
Rock’s previous TV credits include roles on American Housewife, House of Lies and Flashforward.
Though Freeform is not moving forward with its proposed Young & Hungry spinoff — which would have followed Sofia’s exploits working under Logan Rawlings (played by executive producer Ashley Tisdale) — the network did recently order additional episodes of the flagship series’ fifth season.
I’ve added photos of Aimee and the cast of Young and Hungry and Baby Daddy promoting Freeform’s Happy Hour. Big thanks to my friend Angela for these.
I’ve added over 90 HD Screencaps of Aimee from the most recent episode of MacGyver. In the episode she played his girlfriend Cindy. I wonder if she will make more cameos on the show!
Aimee will make an appearance on the new series MacGyver where she will play Cindy. The show airs this Friday at 8/7c. Be sure to tune in or set your DVRs.
When MacGyver comes face to face with Murdoc, an international assassin hired to kill him, Mac must defend both himself and Bozer, armed with only a corkscrew and paper towel rolls. Also, Bozer feels completely betrayed when he finally learns Mac’s true identity.
I will be adding screencaps to the site in the weekend of her appearance.
BEST NEWS EVER.
Freeform picked up a fifth season of the hit original comedy series YOUNG & HUNGRY, it was announced today by Karey Burke, executive vice president, Programming & Development, Freeform. The new season will kick off production next week and will premiere in 2017.
“‘Young & Hungry,’ was the number one cable comedy among Adults 18-34 during its most recent run, and saw double digit growth over the previous season in our key demographics,” said Burke. “The series has been a powerhouse for us since launch and we are thrilled to bring it back for a fifth season.”
“Young & Hungry” wrapped up its fourth season on August 3 with strong season-to-season gains in Total Viewers and Adults 18-49, powered by double digits increases across male demographics. The series was the No. 1 original ad-supported cable comedy for Summer 2016 in Adults 18-34 and cable TV’s No. 1 series on Wednesdays at 8 o’clock across key target Adults 18-34, Viewers 12-34 and Female (W18-34/W18-49/F12-34) demographics. The series and cast have been nominated for seven TEEN CHOICE AWARDS and two PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS since its premiere in the summer of 2014.
“Young & Hungry” is produced by David Holden, Ashley Tisdale, Jessica Rhoades, Caryn Lucas, and Eric Tannenbaum and Kim Tannenbaum in association with CBS Television Studios. Gabi Moskowitz, of BrokeAssGourmet.com, is a San Francisco-based food blogger and contributed to the development of this project. The series stars Emily Osment, Jonathan Sadowski, Aimee Carrero, Kym Whitley and Rex Lee.
After saving her kingdom from an evil sorceress, Elena discovers that her journey is only beginning as she learns to navigate life as a crown princess. And in case you’re wondering, Elena (voiced by Aimee Carrero) is in no need of a man to put a ring on it.
Not only is Disney working to build up its inclusiveness by centering a TV series around its first Latina princess, it’s also continuing the push for its princesses to create their own narratives that don’t revolve around snaring the affections of a man (see: Frozen).
Before you think Elena of Avalor will be a cursory gloss-over of Latin and Hispanic traditions and cultures, be advised that the series has cultural advisors in Marcela Davison Avilés, founder of The Chapultepec Group, cofounder of the international Latino arts initiative Camino Arts, and director of humanities programs at the FDR Foundation at Harvard University; and Diane Rodriguez, associate artistic director of Centre Theatre Group and cofounder of the theatre ensemble Latins Anonymous.
Elena’s descent isn’t of just one nationality—she’s from the fictional land of Avalor that pulls from a variety of Latin and Hispanic cultures.
There may be some confusion around Elena’s claim to the “first Latina princess” throne, seeing as there’s the tiny matter of the Emmy-award-winning series Sofia the First, which debuted in 2012. Elena creator and executive producer Craig Gerber—who also created Sofia—sees the new series as something of a response to the criticism that although Sofia was marketed as Latina, she didn’t really look the part. Back in 2012, executive producer Jamie Mitchell initially claimed that Sofia was Disney’s first Latina princess, but later backtracked and clarified that Sofia’s fictitious country of Galdiz was merely inspired by Spain. Seeing how strongly people reacted to the Princess Sofia dustup made Gerber realize there was a strong demand for a more authentically Latina princess (no shade, Sofia).
Check out the exclusive Elena of Avalor featurette below.