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Date Posted: 18:15:41 04/07/10 Wed
Author: Lee
Subject: Breaking News - ABC Announces its Summer Schedule.

This is from the Futon Critic and here's the part about "Scoundrels."

SCOUNDRELS - PREMIERES SUNDAY, JUNE 20 (10:00-11:00 p.m.) - "Scoundrels" is a one-hour comedy/drama series produced by ABC Studios that focuses on a family of small-time criminals who try to go straight after the father is sent to prison. Virginia Madsen, Independent Spirit Award winner as well as an Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee ("Sideways," "The Astronaut Farmer"), will play Cheryl West, the mother who must take charge and try to keep her kids on the straight and narrow.

"Scoundrels" also stars David James Elliott as Wolfgang "Wolf" West; Patrick Flueger as Logan West/Calvin "Cal" West; Leven Rambin as Heather West; Vanessa Marano as Hope West and Carlos Bernard as Sergeant Mack.

"Scoundrels" is based on a New Zealand series entitled "Outrageous Fortune." Lyn Greene & Richard Levine ("Nip/Tuck") and Francie Calfo serve as executive producers. John Barnett, whose company, South Pacific Pictures, produces the New Zealand series, will also be an executive producer. Co-executive producers will include Michael Larkin, Michael Goldstein, Bruce Cervi and John Lansing.

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[> Would CB and DJE ever think their shows would be up against each other's time slot. That is too funny. Lucky thing I can DVR both. Wow, I never would have thought.................. -- BT, 10:59:31 04/08/10 Thu [1]

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[> [> It is ironic, isn't it? LOL -- Lee, 12:14:09 04/08/10 Thu [1]

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[> This means we get new DJE two nights in a row -- Nutsyfagan, 17:27:12 04/08/10 Thu [1]

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[> Just wish ABC would pick a better night and time so it's not up against AW :( I hope they at least put it on VOD -- Ciara, 19:06:48 04/08/10 Thu [1]

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[> [> Lifetime always shows AW later in the evening, too, as well as a couple of times a week and online. So I'll watch Scoundrels at 9 my time, then watch AW at 10. -- nancyeddy, 23:05:20 04/08/10 Thu [1]

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