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[03/14/07 - 10:31 AM]
Anticipation and Angst Fill the Air in the Season Two Premiere of ABC Family's Original Series 'Falcon Beach' April 9
The series will air Mondays at 7:00/6:00c where it will take over for "Lincoln Heights," which wraps its season the previous week.

[via press release from ABC Family]

ANTICIPATION AND ANGST FILL THE AIR IN THE SEASON TWO PREMIERE OF ABC FAMILY�S ORIGINAL SERIES �FALCON BEACH� APRIL 9

Burbank, CA (March 12, 2007) � Betrayal between lovers, longing for those who were ripped apart, impending jail time and murder fill the hot nights of Falcon Beach as another summer is about to begin on the second season premiere of ABC Family�s original scripted series FALCON BEACH, Monday, April 9 (7:00 � 8:00 PM ET/PT). The twentysomething drama set in a New England lakeside town stars Steve Byers, Jennifer Kydd, Devon Weigel, Ephraim Ellis, Melissa Elias, Morgan Kelly, Peter Mooney, Jeananne Goossen and Stephen Lobo. Set in a quiet New England town, Falcon Beach is where locals and summer visitors mingle and where seduction, sand and scandal are abundant. Allison Hossack, Ted Whittall, Lynda Boyd and Jill Teed round out the ensemble cast.

In the second season opener we find local boy Jason Tanner (Byers) desperately trying to find a way to save the marina. After losing at the wakeboarding nationals, he must try to find the money other places, but his task gets harder when Trevor (Whittall) sets his sights on buying the marina for his new resort development. When Paige (Kydd) returns after her first year at Harvard, Jason isn�t sure whether she is back to help Trevor get the marina or to be with him.

Tanya (Weigel) is also on edge with the Bradshaws returning to town. Looking at some serious jail time because of her relationship with Lane last summer and being stuck working at her mother�s hair salon, Tanya starts to unravel fast. Other people start to take notice of her behavior, as her drinking problem continues to grow. But can she clean up and get it together in time for her court appearance?

Meanwhile, as impending fatherhood is beating down Danny�s door he also has to put up with the constant harassment of Erin�s parents. Determined to get out of the Haddad house with Erin, he decides to buy a car and take her back to Falcon Beach to have the baby. But trouble arises on the road home when Erin goes into labor. Will the hot days of summer prove long enough to resolve all the drama?

The series is executive produced by John Brunton, Kim Todd and Barbara Bowlby. The series is produced by Kim Todd and creators John Murray and Shannon Farr. FALCON BEACH is co-produced by Insight Production and Original Pictures. SOAPnet will also air the second season of FALCON BEACH. Same week episodes will air Saturdays at noon beginning April 14th.

Distributed in over 90 million homes, ABC Family features original movies, series and specials reflecting today�s families and entertaining and connecting with adults through relevant stories about today�s relationships, all told with diversity, dysfunction, passion, humor and heart. ABC Family. A New Kind of Family.





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