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“The Crossing” hails from writers Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie, who are executive producers with Jason Reed.
The series is about three “good girl” suburban wives and mothers who suddenly find themselves in desperate circumstances and decide to stop playing it safe, risking everything to take their power back.
“Reverie” is a grounded, dramatic thriller about a former detective (Sarah Shahi) specializing in human behavior who is brought in when the launch of an advanced virtual reality program has dangerous and unintended consequences.
“The Brave,” from Keshet Studios, revolves around an elite team of military operatives who use advance surveillance techniques to help execute dangerous missions around the world to save innocent people from harm.
That show was incredibly well-written and of course the wit and the fast-pace that made so unique—it was fun to revisit that."While he hasn't seen most of the cast since viewers said goodbye to Stars Hollow over seven years ago, Czuchry, who now stars on CBS' critically acclaimed series , says, "I'm looking forward to seeing everybody who I haven't seen since 2007, pretty much."Of course, we had to know if he's already been preparing his answer for why Rory should've ultimately ended up with Logan over Dean (Jared Padalecki) or Jess (Milo Ventimiglia).
(Let's face it, everyone's on a team when it comes to Rory's love life.)"[Laughs.] I have thought about that of course over a period of time and a lot of me thinks Rory probably made the right decision in terms of saying no," Czuchry says of Rory turning down Logan's proposal in the finale.
Logan is the son of Mitchum Huntzberger, a successful newspaper magnate.
He has frequently referred to Brendon Mc Nerney as his half-brother.
From which school he eventually graduated is not known.
The Huntzberger family is what can be described as "old money." The family is inspired by the real life owners of the New York Times, the Sulzberger family.
"Not just because of it being Logan, but just at that time in her life."He continues, "I also think that show was about two strong women who had been on their own and make their way on their own, so I felt like that was the heart of the show.
Regardless if it had been Logan, Dean or Jess who asked her at the end, I think she gave the proper answer: ‘No.' It's not a reflection on Logan, but more of a reflection on the show, the heart of the show in terms of Rory being on her own and a strong woman on her own.