Only time will tell if has the legs to make it through this first season, but if future episodes are like this one, we’re in for enjoyable and breezy entertainment.We begin the way all Shondaland shows do: with a bouncy soundtrack and a preview of the kind of “outside the boundaries of the law” work her characters tend to do. are a private investigative team that protects ultra-rich clients, who are often the targets of con artists and thieves.
Here, Rollins (an alum of Bosch, Chase and The L Word), talks about the greatest con she’s ever pulled and explains how she’ll recover from the series’ twisting, turning first season. So, I just think I love the character and I love everything she stands for. And she gets to be glamorous, which I have not done in my career. As it goes on, she tries to dip back into the dating world.
Rose was discovered by a photographer in her teens and immediately began landing modeling assignments.
However, she ultimately opted to challenge herself even further by relocating to Los Angeles to study acting.
But, for the POWER UP feature, writer Angela Robinson returned to the D. Lesbian rocker Daisy (Lisa Rieffel) and her drop-dead gorgeous bass player Tyler (Michelle Lombardo) have to get BANDSLAM by midnight to try to win the competition and recover her dignity after her “heat-seeking missile” ex-girlfriend Xan (Clementine Ford) dumped her.
Meanwhile, her college co-ed younger sister Colby (Gabrielle Christian) has realized she’s gay.