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Nicole Gale Anderson better beware. She’s off to the haunted town of Ravenswood. The actress – currently recurring as Cat’s sister on Beauty and the Beast – will be a series regular on the new ABC Family series, coming on board as a character named Miranda. Congrats! We can’t wait!
One of the five residents who is struck by a mysterious curse, Miranda is an independent foster child who relies on wit and charm to cover her emotional scars.
Happy news! The CW has renewed freshman Beauty and the Beastand veteran Hart of Dixie for additional seasons. CW president Mark Pedowitz said in a statement making the announcement Friday.
“We’re also very excited to bring back Beauty and the Beast and Hart of Dixie for next season — both series continue to be creatively strong and compelling, and their fans are incredibly passionate. I’m very happy to have all three series on the schedule for next season.”
Beauty and the Beast has carved out a loyal audience in the plum post-Vampire Diaries slot on Thursdays at 9 p.m. The Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan starrer earned the People’s Choice Award for favorite new drama. The series sees a 45 percent ratings bump among women 18-34 when counting seven days of DVR growth. The series join the CW’s 2013-14 lineup that includes the previously renewed America’s Next Top Model, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries and Arrow.
It was Catherine Chandler’s perky little sister Heather who prompted plenty of screams at the television last week when she interrupted the detective’s first kiss with Vincent on The CW’s “Beauty and the Beast.” This week though, Nicole Gale Anderson’s bubbly character hopes to keep the romance going for Kristin Kreuk’s Catherine, by inviting Jay Ryan’s Vincent over for a fun little get-to-know-the-family dinner. But while she’s certainly intrigued that her romance-shy sister has a guy in her life, former “Jonas” star Nicole revealed to AccessHollywood.com that Heather will show a new side to her character in tonight’s new episode, airing at 9/8c on The CW. Not just bright and bubbly, Heather will take after Catherine this week, playing a bit of a detective when it comes to Vincent Salansky. And, there’s a little continuing romance for Heather too with Joe’s little brother who was introduced last week – Darius (Christian Keyes).
AccessHollywood.com: At the end of last week’s episode, Heather walked in and caught Catherine and Vincent about to kiss! That to me seems like holding red in front of a bull…
Nicole Gale Anderson: Right, yeah! Heather has always been so invested in Catherine’s lack of love life, so seeing Vincent in the apartment was really exciting for Heather. And obviously, she squealed a little at the end, and naturally, she wants to meet the guy and [is going to be] putting two and two together that it was the man from the wedding. She knows that something more is going on that Catherine isn’t letting on, so [Heather] wants to meet Vincent. She wants to get to know this guy who’s been in her sister’s life for, I guess, a while.
Access: Why do you think she’s so obsessed with her sister’s love life?
Nicole: I think it’s just a combination of a lot. She really wants to see her sister happy, first and foremost, and knowing how consuming Catherine’s job is for her, she just wants a guy for Catherine to make her happy and take her away from all of that, or at least take her mind off of all the hard things that she deals with at work. And we’ve been through a lot [as Chandlers]. Heather just really wants someone for her sister and I think part of it is also being the giddy younger sister that always looks up to Catherine. It’s also really exciting to see her with a guy in the living room being like, ‘Wow! What’s going on? This is so not like you!’