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Career Catch-Up

By in News, TV, Young and Hungry on April 25, 2014

We’ve missed out on a few bits of career related news over the past few weeks, so we’ve packed them all into one update post. Check out news on Young and Hungry, several photoshoots and Ashley’s TBS Comedy Pilot below.

•  Young and Hungry’s Poster was revealed by Zap2It in Mid April and quickly shot across the Twittersphere – check it out HERE.  The series premieres on Wednesday June 25 at 8/7c on ABC Family.

•  On Tuesday (April 22nd), production of Season 1 of Young and Hungry began in Los Angeles. Shooting of the season is expected to take 12 weeks and production is being held at CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles. If you live in LA and are interested in being in the studio audience, check out info HERE. It was also announced earlier today that Phill Lewis (Ashley’s Suite Life co-star)has been hired to direct episodes in the series – it is not clear yet if he will direct the full season, but check back for more details.

• On Wednesday (April 23rd), Ashley took part in a photoshoot for the August Issue of Bello Magazine. This publication is online based and will be available for iPad and iPhone on iTunes Newsstand this summer. Take a look at a sneak peak at one of the ensembles HERE and check back for coverage of the release in the coming months.

• Ashley also partook in a photoshoot with an unknown publication/photographer on Tuesday (April 22nd) this week! Once we hear the details, we’ll be sure to fill you in!

• Production of  the previously announced TBS Comedy Pilot took place last week with a full audience live taping on Friday! We will of course keep you up to date with any news on the series being picked up for season when it is available.

Now, we’re back up to date and ready to move forward! Check back for up-to-date news, candids, career info and more over the coming days, weeks and months!

 

2 thoughts on “Career Catch-Up

  1. 1

    Does a full audience live taping mean they can’t make any mistakes during filming ?

  2. 2

    The cast and crew will rehearse Monday – Thursday. Then on Friday, they shoot in front of the live studio audience to get the laughter.

    They can make mistakes, they will just re-take until the director is happy with the scene. Some TV shows take 6 hours to shoot in front of an audience, some a couple of hours. Depends on the cast, crew and how complex it is.

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