Hairdos & Holidays Season 1, Episode 10
Monday, December 5th at 9/8c on The CW
Zoe encourages Rose to enter the annual Miss Cinnamon Cider Pageant even though Lemon's younger sister, Magnolia Breeland, is a shoo-in to win. Of course, with Zoe coaching Rose and Lemon coaching Magnolia, rivalry takes on a whole new meaning. Meanwhile, George and Wade go on a road trip to pick up a Christmas tree for Bluebell's town square. Also, in flashbacks, we learn some of the history of Lemon's relationship with her mother, as well as the details of when Lemon and Lavon first realized they had a connection.
Hart Of Dixie (2011)
The comedy-drama will focus on young New York doctor Zoe (Rachel Bilson) as she takes over a medical practice in a small Southern town. Role: Zoe Hart Premieres: September 26th Gallery | Website | IMDB
The To Do List (2013)
A recent high-school grad feels pressured to become more sexually experienced before she goes to college. Role: Amber Status:Filming Gallery | Twitter | IMDB
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A comedy centered on two best friends, Kim and Deena, who fight to maintain normalcy in their lives after Kim gets pregnant and has a baby. Role: Laura Status: Complete Gallery | Twitter | IMDB
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Last year, Minnesota teenager Zach Sobiech inspired millions with “Clouds,” a heartfelt song written in the midst of his battle against a rare form of bone cancer.
In a video released on Monday, a group of celebrities decided to send some inspiration back his way.
They took part in a moving tribute of his viral YouTube hit, lip-synching to “Clouds” in a video made for the Lakeland, Minn. teen who recently celebrated his 18th birthday. Stars like Bryan Cranston, Anna Faris, Sarah Silverman, Ed Helms, Jenna Elfman, Jason Mraz, the Lumineers and Rachel Bilson all make appearances in the video directed and produced by Justin Baldoni of Soul Pancake, a media company founded by actor Rainn Wilson of “The Office” fame.
“The Sobiech family is deeply touched by the response of the actors and musicians who participated in the ‘Clouds’ tribute and are grateful they are helping Zach raise awareness about osteosarcoma,” the family said in a statement to TODAY.com.
Sobiech was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, when he was 14 years old. In June of 2012, he was told by doctors that he had months, maybe a year, to live. He turned to music for solace and performs as part of the band A Firm Handshake with friends Sammy Brown and Reed Redmond. His family has also set up the Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Fund to raise money for the Children’s Cancer Research Fund.
The celebrity-filled video had more than 420,000 views in five days, but still has some catching up to do with Sobiech’s original of “Clouds,” which has garnered more than 2.7 million views since it was released in December. In a scene in an emotional documentary about Sobiech by Soul Pancake, Baldoni unveiled the celebrity tribute to Sobiech and his family.
Executive producer Leila Gerstein talks to THR about wrapping up the sophomore run of The CW series and season three plans.
On the heels of a third-season renewal and a surprising reveal at the end of last week’s episode, Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) and company will be faced with some big decisions in the Hart of Dixie season finale.
Tuesday’s hour, “On the Road Again,” will bring Zoe on a trip back to New York City, a welcome respite from her continued romantic misfortunes. Following Zoe’s decision to go back to [...], season two will end with several loose ends left untied.
“It’s the kind of cliffhanger where we’re going to come back and see everyone a few months later in season three,” showrunner/executive producer Leila Gerstein tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Gerstein previews the finale, in which Gloriana performs; what she hopes to explore in season three; and the evolution of the George Tucker character.
The Hollywood Reporter: How do you think the second season has been going?
Leila Gerstein: I think we really found our groove in season two. The show is a romantic comedy. Season two really highlighted that. We let Zoe get a little crazy which Rachel [Bilson] handled beautifully. I think we found a way to make George Tucker (Scott Porter) funny, which has been super successful, and I’m most proud of the fact that we redeemed Lemon Vreeland (Jaime King). I think the audience is really relating to her this season. She’s really struggling to find herself now that she’s left at the altar and we really succeeded in making people fall in love with her.
THR: You touched on George’s evolution this season, and a lot of that had to do with Tansy (Mircea Monroe). How much of a surprise was that?
Gerstein: It wasn’t in the plan to keep them together for as long as they were together, but when we saw how cute they were we kept it going. She brought out this levity in George that was really fantastic. He’s a great straight man – when you surround him with nutty people, he reacts perfectly. This season has brought him into one predicament after another. Scott’s hilarious; he’s a great comic actor.
THR: Zoe and George had a heated moment a few weeks ago when she professed her love only to be completely shot down. How significant was that encounter for both characters?
Gerstein: After the way we left last year, I thought it was important to circle around to George Tucker, because he’s still lingering out there. What are Zoe’s feelings about George now that Wade is no longer in the picture? I think that George is the guy, who on paper, seems perfect for Zoe and it would only be rational for her once she realized she made a huge mistake that she would circle back around and say, “Wait a minute!” I’m really proud of the moment because it’s exactly what he should have said, it’s exactly right. He put her through the ringer, so for her to say “I love you, George” and for him to say “Are you out of your f—ing mind?!” which is basically what he said, it’s true. Right now, I think she may be out of her mind.
THR: This was all fueled by Wade cheating on Zoe?
Gerstein: Brick (Tim Matheson) really explained it to her when he was her therapist in episode 19 that George may be the man in your dreams but that doesn’t mean he’s the man of your dreams. She’s lost. She’s 30-years-old, she has to move on, she has to get out of this love triangle and move forward.
THR: What can you reveal about the season finale?
Gerstein: We’re going to finally deal with the fallout from Wade cheating on Zoe. They’re going to have a fairly big story. There’s a road trip involved, but not between Wade and Zoe. The triangle is coming to an explosive head. The finale is very big, leaving everyone in a different place than we expected or we thought by season’s end.
THR: Zoe takes a trip to New York City. Will this drum up some of her past desires of maybe relocating again?
Gerstein: She’s going for a wedding for the weekend.
THR: Where are the core characters left by the end of the season?
Gerstein: At the end of the season, Lemon will finally get her first triumph in terms of finding her career and making things work for herself. [Wade and Lemon] will find each other unexpected friends. They’re there for each other. We really like their dynamic co-owning the Rammer Jammer.
THR: How successful are they in expanding the Rammer Jammer?
Gerstein: Hopefully by next season, we’ll be able to expand.
THR: Will Lavon (Cress Williams) and Lemon be revisited?
Gerstein: They will have a revelation in the finale that we come back around for.
THR: How about George and Zoe?
Gerstein: I cannot say – and I cannot say if Wade and Zoe are done for good either. (At the end of last week’s episode, Zoe was seen going back to Wade.)
THR: What does the future hold for Lavon and Annabeth (Kaitlyn Black)?
Gerstein: Lavon and Annabeth will remain happy.
THR: What’s a nugget for the finale that you can share?
Gerstein: We have fairly heated moments in our triangle.
THR: What are you hoping to explore in season three?
Gerstein: I’m only really just starting to think about season three right now. There are things that I feel like aren’t done and we’ll still come around to. It’s a long series, whatever team you’re on you’ll probably have a chance to see something that will make you happy by the end of the series.
Hart of Dixie wraps up season two at 8 p.m. Tuesday on The CW.
There’s one rule if this competition gets ugly: No going for the face, it’s their money-makers!
It’s day two of our 2013 CW Awards, which means it’s time for the network’s leading men and ladies to step into the ring and battle it out for your votes for Best Actor and Best Actress!
And because we increased the number of nominees, several co-stars are going up against each other, including The Vampire Diaries’ hot trio of vamps, Supernatural’s brothers and Gossip Girl’s frenemies! So wait are you waiting for, let’s get to voting!
We recently had a chance to spend a day in Bluebell, visiting the set of Hart of Dixie, as the cast shot the season finale. Dr. Brick Breeland himself, Tim Matheson, directed the episode. We spoke to Tim and his costars Cress Williams and Scott Porter about what fans can expect from this season’s goodbye. Not only can we look forward to an appearance by the country band Gloriana, but also, they promised us an “homage to Oceans 11″ in the heist-themed episode. Check out our look behind-the-scenes look, and catch Hart of Dixie’s season-two finale tonight at 8/7 Central.
Hart of Dixie’s Travis Van Winkle, made an appearance on AfterBuzz TV’s Hart of Dixie aftershow last Tuesday night. In his appearance, Van Winkle talks about his role on the hit CW series and calls Rachel Bilson “difficult.”
Travis on working with Rachel Bilson:
“[Rachel Bilson] is a pain in the ass. She’s difficult. No seriously. I’m joking – she’s amazing. She’s wonderful and she’s a true professional. She comes in and does her work. Very approachable and very easy to talk to; very fun-loving. She’s a good person.”
Travis on the Hart of Dixie cast and coming in during the second season:
“The shows that end up working are the shows that have that – the camaraderie because then you can go through the ups and downs and have the support from one another…I’m very easy-going. They came with open arms, and I walked right in and nuzzled up. It’s been a very easy transition on that show.”
Travis on playing Jonah:
“What I like about this character – there’s a British wit to him. He’s very sharp and he makes fun of Zoe a lot, but that’s his charm. It’s nice to play a character that a little edgy but also has a smile on his face and gentle when he has to be. To me, it’s a very dynamic character, and as I’ve progressed in my career, I’ve played more guys like that.”
Travis on his character, Jonah, having power over Zoe:
“It was a nice turn. It was nice to have the power over Zoe for a change. She just kept messing up and I could just keep sticking it to her. It was nice to also really have more of a dramatic episode…when her and I have that moment where I understand where she is coming from. To me that kind of connection through this little bit of drama can lead to possibly something a little bit deeper than what we have had.”
Travis on Wade and Lemon:
“I think [Wade and Lemon] both, their crazies compliment each other. They have a complimentary crazy that could just work.”
Travis on Zoe saying she loves George Tucker:
“I would have thanked her for being honest, it took courage to come here and do and say that and say thank you. Then I would have yelled at her and sent her on her way, graciously.”
Last season Hart of Dixie was almost cancelled due to low ratings. The network renewed it, likely with the expectation that the audience would grow. Will more people watch this season? We’ll have to wait and see.
The second season of Hart of Dixie typically airs on Tuesday nights on The CW network. The cast includes Rachel Bilson, Cress Williams, Jaime King, Scott Porter, and Wilson Bethel.
Here are the TV show’s ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if Hart of Dixie is going to be cancelled or renewed for season three.
These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Episode 02-22: Tuesday, 05/07/13
0.5 in the demo (0% change) with 1.19 million (-1% change).
Season averages: 0.55 in the demo with 1.36 million.
Episode 02-21: Tuesday, 04/30/13
0.5 in the demo (+25% change) with 1.20 million (+9% change).
Season averages: 0.55 in the demo with 1.37 million.
UPDATE: The CW has renewed the series for a third season.
Episode 02-20: Tuesday, 04/23/13
0.4 in the demo (-20% change) with 1.10 million (-15% change).
Season averages: 0.55 in the demo with 1.38 million.
Episode 02-19: Tuesday, 04/16/13
0.5 in the demo (-17% change) with 1.30 million (+8% change).
Season averages: 0.56 in the demo with 1.39 million.
Episode 02-18: Tuesday, 04/09/13
0.6 in the demo (0% change) with 1.20 million (-20% change).
Season averages: 0.57 in the demo with 1.40 million.
Hours after NBC renewed five dramas, The CW has ordered its first new series for 2013-14 — the Vampire Diaries spin-off The Originals — and renewed freshman Beauty and the Beast and veteran Hart of Dixie for additional seasons.
Created by Leila Gerstein, Hart of Dixie has been a decent ratings performer for The CW as a kick-off to Tuesday nights in its current second season. Although the Southern-set medical drama, led by Rachel Bilson, has remained under the radar for its two-season run, the network has several holes to fill for the 2013-14 season following numerous cancellations (Cult, Emily Owens M.D.), with veteran shows also coming to an end (90210, Gossip Girl). More importantly, Hart of Dixie continues to be one of the network’s best performing series on Hulu, which is becoming an increasingly valuable platform as the CW courts its key 18-34 demographic. Its online performance also helped propel the series to a second season order last year.
If Justin Long were casting No Strings Attached or Hart of Dixie, he likely wouldn’t have chosen Natalie Portman and Rachel Bilson to play the leads. When Vulture quizzed the 34-year-old actor about his knowledge of romantic comedies, he implied the two actresses are too beautiful to play believable medical professionals.
When interviewer Patti Greco points out that Portman, 31, plays a “career-obsessed” doctor opposite Ashton Kutcher, Long interjects and says, “Yeah, she looks like doctors, doesn’t she? She looks like most doctors I’ve been to.”
Greco jokingly agrees that her doctors all resemble the Oscar winner. “So does Rachel Bilson in that show she’s in, Hart of Dixie. She’s such a doctor,” Long laughs. “I’m glad she finally got to play that role because every time I’ve seen Rachel Bilson, I’ve always been like, ‘Oh, she has this doctor thing about her.’”
Bilson, 31, addressed such criticisms by filming a parody rap video for Funny or Die in January 2012. Ironically, Portman was mentioned in the “Call Me Doctor” lyrics: “Little bitty actresses tryna get they asses kissed / Make me wanna slap a bitch, put ‘em on a blacklist / Five foot nothin’, flow like Cam’ron / If Natalie get mad at me remind her who da Black Swan.”