Of course, you want the audience to be happy, but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do to make TV exciting.
THR: What do you hope people remember about the show 10 or 20 years down the line?
You're somebody who holds me high, keeps me safe, you've got my f***in' back.
Amy's dating Ben, but Daren Kagasoff's Ricky may be angling for her affections as well — when he isn't pursuing a spark with Grace (Megan Park).
Of course, Grace has a boyfriend, with whom she has her own drama.
Blumhouse and Platinum Dunes’ low-budget teen horror “Ouija” has officially been given a sequel, which will be released on October 21, 2016, Universal announced Thursday.
Mike Flanagan & Jeff Howard (“Oculus”) wrote the screenplay for the sequel, which will once again feature the supernatural-themed Hasbro board game, with the ancient spirit board opening a terrifying door to “the other side” for unsuspecting victims.
Not that is all about teenage love — this season begins with a major death, expected to affect the show's young and old characters alike.
We talked with Kagasoff and Park about what to expect.
turned heads when it debuted in the summer of 2008.
The one-hour drama, featuring breakout star Shailene Woodley, focused on the relationships between families and friends and how they dealt with unexpected teen pregnancies.
Kagasoff: Just knowing that I met some of the greatest people who have become some of my best friends and I'll always have that.