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Secrets and Lies: Det. Cornell Targets Michael Ealy in Season 2 Trailer

Anyone else feel that sudden chill in the air? It must have been the reappearance of Det. Cornell, who makes her icy return to Secrets and Lies in the official trailerfor Season 2. The ABC dramas sophomore run centers on Eric Warner (played by Almost Humans Michael Ealy), a well-educated newlywed and heir apparent to [] //

ABC's Summer Schedule: Mistresses, Uncle Buck and 10 Other Premieres; Secrets and Lies Season 2 MIA

ABC is ramping up for a busy summer, full of Mistresses, Bachelor rejects and homemade robots looking for the fight of their lives. (To be fair, some of those categories might overlap.) In addition to its returning series, ABC is also launching several new shows this summer, including Uncle Buck, a sitcom based on the [] //

'Secrets and Lies' Won't Address Racial Issues in Season 2

The new case at the center of the anthology series centers on an African-American man (Michael Ealy) suspected of killing his wife.   Read More... //

'Chicago Fire' Actor Boards 'Secrets and Lies' Season 2 (Exclusive)

Edwin Hodge will recur on the ABC anthology.   Read More... //

Secrets and Lies Season 2 Recruits Witches of East End's Eric Winter

Eric Winter (Witches of East End) is about to find himself in a whole mess of trouble onSecrets and Lies. Theformer warlockwill appear in the second season of ABCs mystery drama slated to return sometime midseason as Neal Oliver, the best friend of Eric Warner (The Followings Michael Ealy), TVLine has confirmed. Winter [] //

The Shield Alum Kenny Johnson Joins ABCs Secrets and Lies

Season two of ABCs Secrets and Lies has found the final member of its regular cast in The Shield vet Kenny Johnson, joining as a series regular, TheWrap has confirmed. Johnson will playDanny, a possible suspect in the seasons central murder case. The character is described as a man who has that thousand-yard stare, almost appears thuggish, and the way hes lurking and turning up repeatedly at inopportune moments makes him downright scary. The new season of the anthology crime series also stars the previously announced Michael Ealy, Terry OQuinn and Juliette Lewis, the only actor to return from season one.   Read More... //

AnnaLynne McCord Joins ABCs Secrets & Lies

AnnaLynne McCord ( 90210, American Heiress ) has booked a recurring role on the second season of ABCs Secrets & Lies . Season 2 of the anthology crime drama series picks up with detective Andrea Cornell ( Juliette Lewis ) investigating a new crime, the murder of Eric Warner's ( Michael Ealy ) wife. McCord will play Melanie Warner, the outspoken, slightly inappropriate housewife of Patrick Warner, the third child of private equity magnate, John Warner.   Read More... //

Secrets and Lies: Jordana Brewster, Charlie Barnett Join Season 2

Jordana Brewster (Dallas) and Charlie Barnett (Chicago Fire) will bewrapped up inSecrets and Lies new mystery when the ABC drama returns, our sister site Deadline reports. Season 2 of the anthology serieswill focus on Eric Warner (Almost Humans Michael Ealy),a well-educated newlywed and heir apparent to his familys private equity firm in Charlotte, N.C. While [] //

ABCs Secrets and Lies Casts Michael Ealy as Lead for Season 2

Secrets and Lies has a new leading man. The Almost Human and The Following alum has been cast as the lead in the ABC drama Secrets and Lies, a spokeswoman for the network told TheWrap on Wednesday. Ealy will play Eric Warner on the series. Described as smart, well-educated and hard-working, Warner is the heir apparent to his familys private equity firm in Charlotte, North Carolina. Newly married to the one and walking on air, Warner is attending a party to honor dad passing over the reins when suddenly tragedy strikes. Erics wife Kate is murdered, and life, as he knows it, is over.    Read More... //

'Secrets and Lies,' 'Agent Carter' and 'American Crime' fill 'gaps' for ABC in 2016

ABC is all but banishing drama repeats from its schedule in 2015-16. The network has scheduled a host of shows to take over timeslots in the winter or spring, either during hiatuses or after shorter-run series finish their seasons.The network used the strategy last season in a few places, notably "Marvel's Agent Carter" subbing in for "Agents of SHIELD" on Tuesday nights and "Galavant" spelling "Once Upon a Time" on Sundays. Both of those shows will fill similar roles again in the coming season, and the patchwork approach is expanding to other nights as well.The traditional scheduling model of mixing originals and repeats during the season "just didn't reflect the way we're watching television," ABC head Paul Lee told reporters Tuesday (May 12) in announcing the network's 2015-16 slate.RELATED: ABC's fall 2015 schedule, night by night"We're sort of trained now to take a break," Lee says. "That notion of running a full [block of originals... //