Articles for Greek Season 2

Fans can’t wait for 8pm tonight as Greek returns to ABC Family with its highly-anticipated second season.  Last year, we saw Tiffany Dupont’s character, Frannie Morgan, lose her title as the president of Zeta Beta Zeta to Casey Cartwright (Spencer Grammer).  Frannie took a hiatus only to come back squeaky clean last Spring.  However, the question stands: Is this new image for real, or is it just a sneaky front?  Tiffany Dupont talks to Zap2It to reveal some juicy tidbits on what’s to come in the new season debuting tonight."I think the idea was to build up [the mystery].  Where is Frannie?  What happened to her?  Is she coming back or not?"  Dupont said of her character‘s disappearance.  "So hopefully that played well when she did return in the fourth episode.  I think it was a bit of a surprise." Read more »
Last week, the highly-anticipated second season of ABC Family’s Greek kicked off with Casey (Spencer Grammer) trying to deal with the consequences of Rebecca’s (Dilshad Vadsaria) actions during spring break, forcing her to decide whether to kick her out of Zeta Beta Zeta or not.  Teagan (Charisma Carpenter) adds to the pressure by dropping by to make sure that the “Rebecca situation” is taken care of.Tonight, we’ll get to see Casey and Ashleigh (Amber Stevens) realize that they have a crush on the same guy, played by Jesse Williams.  The girls get busy preparing for a crush party, while elsewhere, Rusty (Jacob Zachar) turns to Max (Michael Rady) for some advice regarding his education. Read more »
A couple of weeks ago, Greek came back with its sophomore season, which promised us the return of Frannie (Tiffany Dupont).  Fans were glad to see Casey (Spencer Grammer), Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria) and Ashleigh (Amber Stevens) back at ZBZ stirring up more drama than ever before.  Last week, we saw Casey and Ashleigh as they found out that they have been pining over the same guy.  We also saw the girls stressing out over preparations for a crush party, while Max (Michael Rady) sought some advice regarding his education.Tonight, Episode 2.03 “Let’s Make a Deal” will air to continue where we left off last week.Warning: Spoilers ahead! Read more »
It seems that ABC Family’s Greek has been well-received especially in its second season run. The ratings for the comeback show have definitely shown an improvement from its freshman season results.  A press release from ABC Family states that the show has indeed set a record in its season premiere, hitting a remarkable score with viewers aged 12-34 and females 12-34.  In fact, the show’s premiere episode climbed 78% in viewership, with series highs of 1.6 million total viewers, 1.2 of which were viewers aged 12-34.Compared to its freshman debut in the summer of 2007, the show‘s sophomore premiere increased by three digits, with a 102 percent increase in the Adult viewership category, 134 percent increase in the Women‘s viewership category and 103 percent increase among viewers aged 12-34.  While the show is experiencing a major boost in ratings, one of its stars is also taking a major leap into film, in which he will share the screen with renowned actor Nicolas Cage. Read more »
Greek fans have some new faces to look forward to when the ABC Family series returns for its midseason in the spring of 2009. According to the network, recording artist Jesse McCartney has joined the cast Greek in a role that will spark rivalry between the Kappa Tau‘s and Omega Chi‘s.McCartney initially came to fame as the youngest member of the boy band Dream Street.  Eventually, he branched out into a solo career, having appeared on the television series Summerland.  His other credits include All My Children, as Theodore in the movie Alvin and the Chipmunks and most recently as a guest performer on Dancing With the Stars. Read more »
Today the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation released its nominees for the 20th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. Aside from the usual television nominees like The L Word and Ugly Betty, there was one atypical nominee: Supernatural.The GLAAD Media Awards have a special category for an individual episode of a show that doesn‘t feature a regular gay character. Supernatural was nominated for “Ghostfacers,” the faux reality TV series episode that featured intern Corbett (current 90210 jock Dustin Milligan) who had a gay infatuation with Ed, resulting in the classic line, “Ed, you have to go be gay for that poor dead intern.” Read more »
Fans expecting another season of The Secret Life of the American Teenager won‘t be disappointed. ABC Family has picked up the highest rated original series in the network‘s history this past summer for yet another season.  The sophomore season order, which was announced Monday by network vice president Kate Juergens, consists of 24 episodes that will tentatively return in the summer. The renewal follows ABC Family‘s recent orders of several series, including 10 Things I Hate About You, which is based on the theatrical of the same name, gymnast series Perfect 10, and comedy Ruby and the Rockits.  Additionally, the network has also ordered 20 and 10 episodes of Greek and Lincoln Heights respectively.  Both shows are expected to return in the summer as well. Read more »
Greek returns for a third season tonight on ABC Family, with more thrilling tension coming from the guys and girls of Cyprus-Rhodes.  Tonight, major decisions will have to be made on the episode “Take Me Home, Cyprus Rhodes.”According to ABC Family, the series kicks off with Casey (Spencer Grammer) returning to the campus, straight from her summer internship.  She‘s harboring secret plans of moving out of the Zeta Beta Zeta house, but is holding back out of fear.  She‘s scared that she might hurt Ashleigh (Amber Stevens), leaving her at a time she needs Casey.  Read more »