Articles for 666 Park Avenue Season 1

As the 2011-2012 TV season draws to a close, networks are preparing for next fall. Dozens of new pilots are being cast and filmed with the hope of being picked up and placed on a network‘s fall schedule. As the saying goes, many will enter, but few will win.  Read more »
Following the earlier leads of NBC and FOX, ABC has announced its TV broadcast schedule for the fall of 2012. Much of the schedule does look familiar -- only 5 new series will debut in the fall -- but there are some big changes to watch for. Get the ABC fall 2012 schedule scoop here! Read more »
ABC‘s 2012-2013 schedule is full of an odd mix of styles. There are aliens in the suburbs, a Stephen King-esque apartment building, a nuclear sub going rogue, and a pair of shows about country singers, one a soapy drama, the other a broad family comedy.  Read more »
ABC is the latest network to pick up new shows, and its crop is a wide variety of serious dramas, primetime soaps, sci-fi thrillers and comedies. There are shows starring ER‘s Anthony Edwards, Men of a Certain Age‘s Andre Braugher, Lost‘s Terry O‘Quinn and Friday Night Lights‘ Connie Britton.  Read more »
Comic-Con is just a month away, and Warner Brothers has now released its full slate of TV shows that will be featured. The list spans multiple networks, from CW favorites like Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries to FOX‘s Fringe. The network will also be debuting a number of its biggest new sci-fi shows like Arrow, Kevin Bacon‘s The Following and J.J. Abrams‘ Revolution.  Read more »
Warner Bros. has just released the artwork they will feature on this year‘s San Diego Comic-Con keycards. Keep reading to get a detailed look at the images from 666 Park Avenue, Arrow and Revolution. Read more »
The San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner, so it‘s time to get planning. We‘ve got all of the television-related panel and event information for Preview Night (Wednesday, July 11) and Thursday (July 12) right here, so check it out. Read more »
The San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner, so it‘s time to get planning. We‘ve got all of the television-related panel and event information for Friday (July 13) right here, so check it out. Read more »
Better late than never!ABC has finally gotten around to announcing its fall 2012 premiere dates. Keep reading to find out when your favorite ABC shows will be back on the air! Read more »
Last year was one of the most successful fall TV seasons in history. Nearly half of the new shows (13 out of 27) got renewed for a second season. Compare that to the year before, when there were only five shows to survive to see another year.  Read more »
There are many variations on horror. One of the best is a creepy, almost psychological type of horror that is as much mystery as it is gore. What monsters are hiding in the closets? How can the heroes survive? Who is behind the mayhem?666 Park Avenue is a perfect example of this type of horror. Read more »
Two fresh-faced, seemingly wholesome Midwesterners (are there any other kind?) do the unthinkable by scoring a posh apartment in an exclusive building in the Upper East Side of New York City. However, their new dream home comes with some unwanted amenities. Read more »
Jane starts renovating the late Mr. Barlow‘s apartment and does a great Tippi Hedren impression in the process. The Drake has hundreds of unwanted visitors. Henry struggles with an ethical dilemma. Jane learns there was a murder in the building, and she finally gets to see what lies behind the mystery door. Or does she?Maybe Hitchcock Lived ThereGavin instructs Jane to upgrade Mr. Barlow‘s apartment. Jane questions Tony about the circumstances of Mr. Barlow‘s hasty exit, confounded at how quickly it took place and her lack of involvement in the process. Tony offers a vague but believable story, making Mr. Barlow the second tenant to relocate to a "warmer climate." Jane hears a rustling in the walls and begins to peel back wallpaper and chip away old drywall. She is rewarded with the discovery of hundreds of birds that emerge from the very spot where Mr. Barlow was sucked in a week earlier.Jane soon finds out that the birds are living in an air shaft original to the building. According to the exterminator, it‘s the largest murmuration (flock of birds called starlings) he‘s ever seen in a building. They must also be the tidiest birds, since there is a complete absence of feces. Read more »
Gavin tightens his grip over Henry. A young reporter finds out that anything she writes becomes reality. Olivia and Gavin commemorate a sad event. And Jane receives a warning.Sugar and Spice and Everything NiceLast week just as Jane made it through the mystery door, it slammed shut, leaving her locked in the room. At first, it appears Jane is trapped in an old room full of primarily indistinguishable junk, with the exception of a large number of old dolls. However, a chorus of nonsensical whisperings fill the space, and Jane catches sight of what she thinks is a little girl. She calls out, but there is no answer. Suddenly, a hand grabs her leg, causing her to panic and beat on the door. Henry comes to the rescue. When Jane tells him what she thinks she saw, he dismisses it as a fluke. Henry also points out that the voice could be coming from the air vent. As the couple head upstairs, we see a little girl hiding in a corner of the basement. Read more »
It‘s not quite as good as getting a full-season pickup, but it‘s always a positive sign when a network decides to order new scripts for a freshman series. On Friday, October 19, ABC did just that for two of its new dramas, Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue. Read more »
Henry‘s relationship with Gavin threatens to derail his career. Jane learns more about Nona. And Annie turns to Gavin for help in dealing with Kandinsky. Guilt by AssociationHenry‘s boss, Commissioner Pike (Jose Zuniga), and an assistant district attorney suspect Henry is feeding Gavin inside information to give him an advantage in his business dealings. Henry maintains his innocence. Henry is given the opportunity to clear his name if he uses his friendship with Gavin as a way to procure documents that could guarantee the tycoon goes to jail. When Henry refuses, his is given a day to think about it. "We don‘t want to ruin you," says Pike.  Read more »
Henry enjoys the perks of being a hero. Olivia and Gavin throw a lavish Halloween party at The Drake. Someone is threatening Gavin. And Jane finds herself in mortal danger.How to Succeed in Politics Without Really TryingHenry appears on a local TV show to discuss how he saved Commissioner Pike. He meets Laurel Harris (Tessa Thompson), a media consultant, who approaches Henry with an idea on how to capitalize on his 15 minutes of fame. "I can take your 15 minutes and make it a lifetime," she says. Henry feigns disinterest. It‘s already clear he has political ambition. Later, Laurel shows up at the Halloween soiree and offers Henry some advice: "Being modest on TV makes you look appealing. Being too modest in person makes you seem weak." She tells him she‘s not buying his "aw, shucks" attitude and believes him to be very driven.  Read more »
The Halloween party might be over, but several incidents that occurred that fateful evening are having long-term consequences. Gavin uncovers the identity of the man who is plotting against him. Jane‘s attack is the catalyst for a life-changing decision. Dr. Evans‘ gambling addiction sends him scrambling to Gavin for help. Jane discovers a family connection between herself and The Drake.Who Was That Masked Man?The thief who took a mysterious box from Gavin‘s safe is revealed to be a man known as Mr. Wallace. He receives a phone call from another man, who offered Wallace $1 million to procure the box. Wallace decides whatever is inside is worth bargaining for, and the buyer offers him $3 million. They agree to a place and time to make the exchange. The man on the phone does offer Wallace one ominous piece of advice: "Don‘t open the box." Later, two men, one of whom is presumably the buyer and the other his muscle, break into Wallace‘s apartment. They find the thief suffering from some unknown affliction. Apparently, he did not heed the stranger‘s warning. They take the box and torch the apartment. Read more »
In the 666 Park Avenue episode "Downward Spiral," Henry plans to ask Jane to marry him. Gavin enlists the help of a nefarious character to help him retrieve his mystery box. Dr. Evans learns what it means to be indebted to Gavin Doran. Jane and Nona make a shocking discovery.If You Like it You Should Put a Ring on ItHenry meets with Gavin to discuss the conflict going on between himself and Jane. Henry tells Gavin that Jane wants to leave New York. Gavin advises Henry that he should be capitalizing on every career opportunity that comes his way, because he may not get a second chance. He also encourages Henry to do whatever it takes to keep Jane in New York, more specifically, that he should propose. On his way out Henry, runs into Olivia who offers to go shopping with Henry for engagement rings.  Read more »
The People‘s Choice Award nominations for 2013 have been revealed, and oddly enough, the People‘s Choices have very little in common with actual ratings.  Read more »
Just call this Black Friday for TV. After a surprisingly strong fall season that has seen most new shows succeed and get full season orders, three shows have been canceled.CBS has ended its freshman comedy Partners after just six episodes. And ABC has canceled two of its new dramas, 666 Park Avenue and Last Resort.  Read more »
In this week‘s episode, "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane," Jane reappears with no memory of what happened after she descended the spiral staircase. Brian finds out that Alexis is a malevolent muse. Gavin holds Shaw hostage and learns some disturbing news regarding the death of his daughter.Lost, Not FoundIt has been 36 hours since Jane descended down the mystery staircase. Henry is distributing flyers, while Gavin offers the services of a private investigator. Detective Cooper tells Henry that Nona said she and Jane split up in the basement while searching for Nona‘s grandmother. Henry questions the detective as to why he hasn‘t followed up on the mystery man who disappeared in the hallway the night Jane was attacked. Meanwhile, Jane appears in an initially deserted Times Square, a la Vanilla Sky. She sees a woman, who communicates without speaking, telling Jane that she shouldn‘t have come here. All of a sudden, the dream-like special effects disappear, and Jane is in the midst of a bustling Times Square yelling for Henry. Read more »
In the episode "Hypno," Jane finally remembers what happened when she went down the stairs with the help of a mysterious resident. Olivia holds Shaw hostage, hoping to see her daughter. Henry learns Jane could be a career liability.Close Your Eyes and Count Backwards from 100At Nona‘s urging, Jane goes to see fellow Drake resident Maris Elder (Whoopi Goldberg). Jane hopes that the woman can help her remember what happened after she descended the spiral staircase. According to Maris, a retired clinical psychologist with additional intuitive gifts, Jane is suffering from a rare form of amnesia. Maris tells Jane that there is a dark presence haunting The Drake, and it has the ability to "open this door between past and present -- and life and death -- and when you went down that spiral staircase, you crossed a threshold and those memories are locked deep in your mind." However, Maris assures Jane that via hypnosis, she‘ll be able to unlock the memories. Read more »