News: Take A Peek At Sarah Michelle Gellar's RINGER

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For your viewing pleasure, here's the first look at Sarah Michelle Gellar's long-awaited* return to TV - the CW produced thriller RINGER. Check it out...

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The concept is an interesting one, but I'm struggling to see how it could work outside of a 2-hour (straight-to-DVD) thriller. Networks are notoriously prickly when it comes to stories that are heavily serialised in nature, so it's a brave move on CW's part. Whether they'll be so brave as to see the story through to the end if the viewing figures are less than stellar is another matter entirely.

*It's been 8 years since the last episode of BTVS aired. Man, I feel old.

I'm tuning in, how 'bout you? Let us know with your comments below!


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+2 #3 jim 2011-05-26 15:39
Quoting Michael Hubbard:
I think I've already seen this, but it was a 1980's Dynasty-style miniseries starring Stefanie Powers as both an ordinary housewife and her glamorous international model (or something) identical twin sister. And then the interesting one dies.

Indeed, it was called Deceptions, 80s to the max!

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+1 #2 Michael Hubbard 2011-05-26 15:19
I think I've already seen this, but it was a 1980's Dynasty-style miniseries starring Stefanie Powers as both an ordinary housewife and her glamorous international model (or something) identical twin sister. And then the interesting one dies.
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+1 #1 Rachel Collins Barrett 2011-05-26 11:29
well, after watching that trailer i certainly feel like i've just seen the entire first season of this show, anyone else?
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