Per EW.com, the upcoming thriller will star not one but two versions of SMG — can I get an Amen?! — as she’ll be portraying twin sisters. Don’t worry, this isn’t some superimposed, Adam and Stuart Chandler, shared-scene kinda thing.
“[Ringer is the] point of view of two twin sisters who grew apart over a tragedy in their past,” pilot producer Peter Traugott reveals. “And one now seeks redemption and the other one seeks revenge. The sister who is seeking redemption has had a much more troubled life. When her fancy pants sister disappears, she takes over her life.” Sounds promising!
Here’s what else is happening today in the big wide world of television:
• CBS has moved up the premiere date of its cutesy new rom-com series Mad Love. Starring Sarah Chalke and Jason Biggs, the show will now debut, fittingly, on Valentine’s Day, Monday, February 14.
• Also in the land of CBS, The Talk has been renewed for the 2011-12 season.
• Puff Daddy P. Diddy Diddy Dirty Money Sean Combs is set to guest star on an upcoming episode of Hawaii Five-0, CBS confirms. The media mogul will play an NYPD detective on a mission to avenge crimes against his family.
• The Real Housewives of Orange County has added a fresh face this season, says Bravo, and the lady in question is — shocker! — another blonde beauty named Peggy Tanous.
• Monday’s episode of The History Channel’s Pawn Stars drew the largest ratings the network has ever seen with 7 million viewers, says Variety
• Well, it’s finally happened! After endless celeb-driven press conferences, Gloria Allred has landed her own syndicated courtroom series, We the People With Gloria Allred, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
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