Carrie Diaries Lie with Me Synopsis With AnnaSophia Robb and Austin Butler Released
While we still have about two weeks before it premieres, we have been seeing CW move quickly and smoothly to promote all they can for the new show. It is based upon the books with the same name, written by Candace Brunshall-who is also behind S*x in the City. AnnaSophia Robb and rest of her cast members are eagerly awaiting for the much discussed about series to finally air at long last. It appears that the CW has been planning and pushing for it for a while now and are hoping for it to be popular for the network. As for the official description of the second episode, “Lie with Me” here is the official listing info.
LYING AND CONSEQUENCES – New couple Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) and Sebastian (Austin Butler) can’t seem to catch a break. Between being grounded and rival Donna’s (Chloe Bridges) sneaky attempts to break them apart, Carrie worries Sebastian will lose interest in her. Desperate for some alone time with him, Carrie must lie to her father (Matt Letscher) and bail on plans with her sister Doritt (Stefania Owen.) Maggie’s (Katie Findlay) obsession with having s*x drives a wedge between her and Walt (Brenden Dooling.) Meanwhile, Larissa (Freema Agyman) wants to do a photo shoot with Carrie’s purse for Interview magazine forcing Carrie to scramble to make it work. Ellen Wong also stars. Alfonso Gomez-Rejon directed the episode written by Amy B. Harris (102.)
It sounds like it has what teens like in their shows, drama and love. I just hope that they don’t lose focus on Carrie since that is what the core of the series to supposed to be about. I think we all are just waiting to see just how Carrie reacts to her enemy who is trying to steal her guy. But it feels like this episode might be a little more focused on everyone else if we just go by the listing itself. Hopefully I am wrong, but I would love to see way more of Carrie’s own life and her drama than that of her high school friends who clearly are not that important to her when we look at her life in NYC.
How do you like the sound of the second episode? Will the series have what is needed to make it work and make a big splash for the CW? It sounds promising, but so did a few other shows that failed on the network. I am hoping for the best, but I don’t think any of us know what to expect exactly for the series. With all of this PR and talk about it, we still have no clue on how the fans will react and if they will embrace a series based in the 80s with a character this generation is likely not familiar with. It sounds bad when we put it that way, but I am hoping that the viewers will surprise us in a good way for the new series and it’s team.
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