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‘Don’t Trust the B—‘ new episodes put online

A little late on posting this! But the remaining episodes of “Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23” are now online!! We’ve already watched them and captures will be up soon! It’s such a shame the show got cancelled!

Don’t Trust the B—- may be cancelled, but there’s never-before-seen episodes that are now available online. ABC has put eight unaired episodes onto ABC.com.

One of the epiosdes, which was originally planned to run as the show’s second season finale before ABC axed the comedy, is a flashback episode chronicling Chloe’s bitch-origin story.  Titled “Original Bitch,” the episode goes back 10 years ago to when Chloe (Krysten Ritter) first moved into Apt. 23 and met a roommate named Trish, who took “Chloe under her wing and [taught] her everything she knew about bitch-itude.” Richard Dean Anderson (MacGyver!) guest stars.

Though Ritter’s pilot Assistance wasn’t picked up, James Van Der Beek’s new project Friends With Better Lives is expected to air midesason on CBS.

In addition to the episodes being available on ABC.com, they are also on Hulu to watch!

Also, I’ve read reports that Krysten’s pilot ‘Assistance’ might still be in the works and likely to be re-tooled if it goes to series. There hasn’t been any new news about it thought. I’m not getting my hopes up, but I’ll keep you updated in case it gets a green light.

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Krysten Ritter Joins Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’

EXCLUSIVE: Krysten Ritter has joined Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams in Big Eyes. The Tim Burton-directed film is about Margaret and Walter Keane, the married couple whose paintings of large-eyed children became one of the first mass-marketed art sensations of the 1950s and ’60s. Adams plays the San Francisco housewife who actually generated the paintings. Her husband (Waltz) was a charismatic marketing wiz who went on talk shows claiming he was also responsible for the brush strokes. The movie is about how Margaret came out of her shell to try and claim the credit she deserved, after they split up. Ritter, most recently seen as the title character in Don’t Trust The B____ In Apt. 23 and in Breaking Bad, will play DeeAnn, the free-spirited confidante to Margaret who tries to coax her friend to come out of her shy shell. Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski wrote the script and The Weinstein Company is financing and distributing. Alexander, Karaszewski, Burton and Electric City Entertainment’s Lynette Howell are producing the film, which begins production this summer. Ritter is repped by WME, is co-managed by The Group Entertainment and Sanders Armstrong Caserta, and lawyered by Dave Feldman.

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Krysten Ritter to star in NBC’s ‘Assistance’

Krysten Ritter is going from Apt. 23 to the corporate world. The actress could rebound back into the primetime next season following the cancellation of her ABC sitcom Don’t Trust the B—-. She’s signed on to star in Assistance, which is officially described as a fast-moving comedy centered on Nora (Ritter), a “magnetic, hyperactive workaholic, with a sex appeal directly proportional to her anxiety level. Having fallen in love with the magic of moviemaking, she’s the overworked, harried, possibly happy personal assistant to a mercurial producer. But Nora tries (and usually fails) to have a personal life on the side, and is having a passionate affair with equally-busy med student Jeremy. Since her boss expects her to be on call all day and all night, something in Nora’s life is destined to blow a seam. But which will wither and die, her professional life or her personal one?” The project is from writer Leslye Hedland and based on her play by the same name. It’s one of two assistant-themed comedy pilots in the works this season, the other is Fox’s To My Assistant, about underlings at a big NY law firm.

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“Don’t Trust the B —- In Apartment 23” Canceled!

Not altogether shocking news but it still sucks. I love this show and ABC just handled it very badly. They aired a whole 7 episodes in it’s 1st “season” and then aired almost all the episodes out of order. It’s hard for fans to stick with a show when they are confused by what’s going on in the show and when the show would air again. Anyhow, hopefully they’ll release the unaired episodes at some point.

Because stars just gotta dance, and they just do not care how many untrustworthy “b”s are crammed into apartment 23, ABC’s monkeying with its Tuesday-night lineup took its next, inevitable step today when the network removed Don’t Trust The B—- In Apartment 23 from its schedule, effective January 29. This follows The Alphabet’s failed experiment in drumming up excitement for Apartment 23 and its timeslot companion, Happy Endings, with additional airings on Sunday night—a move also intended to clear room for the March return of Dancing With The Stars, a “killing two birds with one stone” scenario which instead appears to have killed one bird and one show.

Though no official cancellation notice has been handed down from ABC, the stars of Apartment 23 have already reached for the massive “save our show” button that is the Internet: James Van Der Beek in particular has taken to tweet-eulogizing the show, thanking the fans for tuning in and extending his gratitude to ABC for taking a chance on such a risky, swear-word-in-the-title prospect. Additional new episodes of Happy Endings will take the place of its one-time companion series, a move that seemingly says “burn off,” but certainly doesn’t doom the show to cancellation, either. After all, its entire 13-episode first season aired in a similar manner, and the show is a co-production of ABC Studios and Sony Pictures Television, which puts it in a good position for reaping significant syndication returns down the line. A fourth season of Happy Endings would put the show’s episode count in the high 70s, which is just right for a syndication deal; Sony’s great at negotiating such deals, and a renewal notice from ABC would boil down to the network printing money for its studio arm.

But that’s all speculation, as is all this talk about the end of Don’t Trust The B—- In Apartment 23. As the saying goes, it ain’t over ’til the fat “b” sings—“b” meaning “bitch,” because if it really is a dead show walking, the time for being coy has concluded.

UPDATE: Or the bitch in the apartment herself: Krysten Ritter has now tweeted that Apartment 23 is no more; still no official word on the matter from ABC, or whether or not the network plans to air the remaining eight episodes of the show’s second season.