[05/18/15 - 01:01 PM] MTV Picks Up "Finding Carter" for 12 More Episodes Co-star Alex Saxon announced the news via YouTube this afternoon.
[via press release from MTV]
MTV has picked up 'Finding Carter' for 12 more episodes set to premiere later this year. Let the drama continue! Our very own Alex Saxon has announced on YouTube.
"Finding Carter" is executive produced by Emily Whitesell ("Brothers & Sisters," "Dirty Sexy Money," "Party of Five"). The series was created by Emily Silver. The series was developed by Terri Minsky. Alexander Motlagh is an Executive Producer.
"Finding Carter" stars Kathryn Prescott as "Carter Stevens" ("Skins"), Cynthia Watros as "Elizabeth Wilson" ("Lost"), Anna Jacoby-Heron as "Taylor Wilson" ("Contagion"), Alexis Denisof as "David Wilson" ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"/ "Angel"), Alex Saxon as "Max" ("The Fosters") and Zac Pullam as "Grant." The series also features Milena Govich as "Lori" ("Law and Order"), Meredith Baxter as "Grandma Joan" ("Family Ties"), Robert Pine as "Grandpa Buddy" ("CHiPs") and Eddie Matos as "Kyle."
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[12/13/18 - 11:22 PM] Development Update: Thursday, December 13 Updates include: CBS revealed to have settled sexual harassment case with Eliza Dushku; Logan Lerman in talks to lead Amazon's "The Hunt"; and Jennifer Garner, J.J. Abrams to re-team for Apple's "My Glory Was I Had Such Friends."