Hart of Dixie has been nominated for the 2014 Teen Choice Awards in the category of Choice TV Show: Drama! HoD is up against some pretty stiff competition: “Pretty Little Liars”, “Switched at Birth”, “The Fosters” and “Twisted”.
And our amazing Zoe Hart, the oh so talented Rachel Bilson, is nominated for Choice TV Actress: Drama.
So if you’re able to, make sure to head over to TeenChoiceAwards.Com and get your vote in! The awards show will air on August 10th at 8/7c on Fox.
Since we’re facing a rather long hiatus until the next (probably short) season of Hart of Dixie commences, I’ll be really working on getting the site and gallery up to date. My goal is to get two to four episodes capped and uploaded each week, filling in Season One, Season Three and the few that are missing from Season Two. Some photos of cast attended events have also been added to the gallery, and the episode guide all the way through Season Three has been updated. As we hear more about Season Four, we’ll be updating that as well.
Right now, what we know about Season Four is that due to Rachel Bilson’s pregnancy production has been moved up and the episode order may have been slightly cut even further. Though it means a cut to Hart of Dixie, we are so excited for Rachel!
On June 6th, TVLine.Com posted some scoop/spoilers. Check it out below!
Can you give any spoilers on Hart of Dixie, please? –Carol
When the show returns at midseason, expect to meet Dr. Henry Dalton, a gent in his late 30s/early 40s who is not only handsome and charming but also one of the richest, most connected men in the South. Dalton is described as “the man that women want and men want to be… a walking Superman.” (Mr. Welling is 37, just sayin’!)
Hart of Dixie has been picked up for a fourth season, though the exact number of episodes it will receive is still undetermined.
Three of the CW’s bubble series, The 100, Hart Of Dixie and Beauty and the Beast, made the cut with orders for next season. The number of episodes for all three is TBD, word is that they will likely be less than 22. The 100, which is getting some of the CW’s best reviews ever, and the soapy Hart of Dixie, both from Warner Bros. TV, had been considered frontrunners to return among the five CW series that didn’t make the cut for early pickup in February. That despite some recent ratings lows for Dixie in its new Friday slot. Politics likely played a role in picking the third. Beauty & The Beast, from the other CW sister studio is a solid international seller for CBS Studios with 44 episodes already in the bank, which no doubt helped its cause for renewal. The 100 will be run by executive producer Jason Rothenberg, who developed the show. Co-showrunners Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain, who only signed on for the first 13 episodes to help Rothenberg find his bearings, are leaving. The casualties at CW include freshmen The Tomorrow People, which struggled to connect with the CW core 18-34 demo, alien romance Star-Crossed, which failed to get much traction paired with Tomorrow People on Monday, and sophomore The Carrie Diaries, a 1980s-set prequel to Sex and the City, which has been long forgotten, having finished its 13-episode second and final season more than three months ago.
Season Three Episode Stills have been updated to episode 03×19!
Ahhh, it seems that George and Lemon will be spending some time with one another!
I’ve seen recent promo pictures of George and Lemon from Hart of Dixie (which returns this Friday at 8/7c). Are they just working together as friends or is their hope that it will turn into more? —Tracie
I can confirm that George and Lemon will find themselves increasingly in each other’s orbit, and there will be flying sparks. I can’t confirm, however, whether they’re sparks of love or sparks of hate.
Via Zap2It: Everything in Bluebell is better with a hint of Lemon (Jaime King), so it’s time to rejoice, “Hart of Dixie” fans: Lemon’s finally back when The CW’s southern charmer returns on Friday (March 21).Zap2it got the chance to sit down with King to discuss all things Lemon, like what she’s been up to while she’s been away, what her return means for a few characters, and who she’s bringing with her when she makes her grand re-entrance … namely, not one but two boyfriends. That’s right, Lemon’s been busy!
It’s been quite a while, but I’ve finally gotten the episode stills for season three updated to the current ones.
Need to catch up on season 3 of Hart of Dixie? Well now’s your chance! TV Guide Network is having a marathon of season 3 episodes starting at 1PMET/12C. Check out their website to find your channel.
Antoinette Robertson is the newest cast member of the CW hit show Hart of Dixie. Appearing alongside Rachel Bilson and Jaime King – she plays Lynly – the spoiled and trouble making cousin of the small town’s mayor that comes to Bluebell to mend her broken heart.
Celebrity Teen Scoop recently caught up with the actress to talk about the series and ask her for acting advice.
CTS: Tell us about your new role on the CW’s Hart of Dixie. What can we look forward to?
AR: My character is Lynly Hayes, cousin to mayor Lavon Hayes from Houston Texas. I come to Bluebell in search of mending a broken heart but while I’m there I stir up some trouble in the process. You can look forward to experiencing Lynly’s outspoken demanding nature masking a vulnerable wounded soul. She is super sassy, fun and a free spirit.
CTS: You play alongside Rachel Bilson and Jaime King. What’s it like to work with the rest of the cast? Do you have time to hang out together outside of filming?
AR: Rachel and Jamie are really nice and they made me feel really welcomed. The whole cast is like a big family, I couldn’t have wished for a better team, they truly are warm and sweet people. We usually spend 10-14 hours a day together on set, usually everyone goes home to wind down. It’s a shame that I haven’t had any time hang out for the past few months, but I’m not complaining. I love every minute of it!!
‘Hart of Dixie’s’ Josh Cooke wears glass-free hipster frames
Zap2it: Is your character, New York City novelist Joel, causing trouble in BlueBell, Ala., for his new love, fellow transplanted New Yorker Dr. Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson)?
Josh Cooke: Sort of, but I think maybe not directly — maybe indirectly. Actually I caused a little trouble in Episode 3 for Zoe. She is a little hurricane, and Rachel is that way, too. I said to her the other day, “You make it so easy in scenes.” She’s so simple and easy.
Zap2it: You’re wearing the classic hipster glasses sported by many writer types. How do you like them?
Josh Cooke: I’ve never worn glasses before, but I kind of like these. I’m a fan of them. I figure, one day, if I need to wear them, I’m going to get them.
Zap2it: Did you know any of the cast before coming to “Hart of Dixie”?
Josh Cooke: Actually, Jaime King and I have worked together before. We did a little movie in Montana together a number of years ago, so it was great to see her yet again. And Rachel and I get along swimmingly well, very similar sense of humor.
Zap2it: What have you learned about your other co-stars?
Josh Cooke: I hear Scott Porter’s quite a beatboxer. Apparently he won “Star Search” at one point. He had a group of guys (that sang a cappella).
Zap2it: Did you know Wilson Bethel’s (Wade) mother, novelist Joyce Maynard, once lived with J.D. Salinger?
Josh Cooke: What? No, I’ll be asking about that. I had no idea.Source: Zap2it.Com