So as many may know, and if you don’t, Peyton List (Raimy) was casted in a pilot for CBS called Mission Control. She is not the lead in the series.
What does this mean for Frequency? NOTHING. Nothing has changed. We still support the show and work on getting it renewed. Apparently Peyton was hired in a “second position” to Frequency. Meaning if and when Frequency gets renewed, they will have to release her to do Frequency. That’s also to assume that the new series gets picked up as it is just a pilot.
So have no fear Freqs. Just keep waving your Freq flags, spread the word about the show and try and get more people watching, keep telling the CW and Netflix you want a second season, and lets not lose hope.
Start your Hump Day with an all-new episode of “The Real.” The ladies begin the show with a Girl Chat that’s sure to keep you and your girls talking!
First, Loni sits down one-on-one with superstar Dolly Parton. Then, Mekhi Phifer stops by to tell us all about his role in CW’s “Frequency.”
After, Tamera weighs in on whether disciplinary actions were too extreme or on the right path… in a segment we like to call “Mental or Parental?”
It’s all going down this Wednesday on your favorite show… “The Real”!
Visit “The Real’s” official site to find out what channel and time it airs where you live.
When Frequency premieres, viewers will be introduced to the father-daughter duo of Raimy and Frank Sullivan. One night, Raimy, a NYC detective, discovers that her father’s old ham radio still works. Specifically, it allows her to talk to him. The twist? She’s in 2016 and he’s in 1996. Also, in her timeline, he’s dead.
But when Raimy starts messing with the timeline, everything in her life is turned upside down, including her love life. Enter Rob Mayes. EW can exclusively reveal the Mistresses’ actor will recur as Detective Kyle Mosbey, who’s described as a “charmingly cocky detective and Raimy’s equal and surprise love interest. Kyle challenges Raimy’s idea of the perfect guy for her. He understands that life on the job can leave little room for a conventional relationship, but neither can deny their connection.”
I will be working on adding photos of him to the gallery this week.
Hitting the CW this fall will be Frequency, a fresh take on the New Line Cinema film, which will star Peyton List, Riley Smith and Mekhi Phifer. Today it was announced that Alexandra Metz will also been seen in a recurring role as Maya, a college student desperate to prevent herself from becoming a victim of a violent crime.
The actress has recurred on Chicago Fire since 2012 and has been spotted in NCIS: New Orleans and How to Get Away with Murder. Once Upon A Time fans may remember her as Rapunzel when she took on that role back in 2014. Metz is repped by Don Buchwald & Associates and Bob McGowan at McGowan Rodriguez Management.
Frequency will premiere on the CW October 5th.
I’ve also started to add photos of Alexandra to the gallery. Check them out below.