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An online source for Britt Robertson

Welcome to Britt Robertson Fan, your online resource dedicated to the actress Britt Robertson. You may know Britt from her roles in "The Secret Circle", "The Space Between Us" and more. It is our aim to bring you all the latest news, photos, information and much more on Britt’s career. We hope you enjoy your stay!

Dan In Real Life

I have added the screencaps from Britt’s role in Dan In Real Life to the gallery.

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Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: Trailer #1
Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: DVD Menu
Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: Movie
Dan In Real Life: Screencas: The Making of Dan In Real Life
Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: Deleted Scene #1
Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: Deleted Scene #2
Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: Deleted Scene #3
Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: Deleted Scene #4
Dan In Real Life: Screencaps: Outtakes

LUX News from Upfronts

The good news for fans of “One Tree Hill” and “Life Unexpected” is that both series will be on The CW in the fall. The (potentially) bad news is that at the moment, they aren’t guaranteed full seasons.

“We don’t know if they’re going to come back yet for 22 episodes each,” CW Entertainment president Dawn Ostroff said Thursday (May 20) at the network’s upfront. “They may. We haven’t really talked about exact numbers yet.”

Ostroff also says that each show will likely start off with a 13-episode order, and additional shows will be determined by how well they perform (they’re paired up on Tuesday nights in the fall). The CW will likely be ordering more shows for midseason as well — so far the only midseason pickup is a reality show called “Shedding for the Wedding” — and will need to find spots for them, which would mean benching some shows for a while.

Nonetheless, Ostroff says “OTH” and “Lux” will “probably” end up with 22-episode orders. “Our main concern was getting them on together in the fall,” she says. “Then we’ll also have some midseason [shows] behind it.”


LUX Caps Catch Up Part 1

I am finally trying to catch up on the season one screencaps that haven’t been added to the gallery yet. I will try to get the rest updated soon. I know updates around here have been slow but I do have lots to add to the gallery so keep checking back!

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Season 1: Screencaps: 1.06 – ‘Truth Unrevealed’

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Season 1: Screencaps: 1.07 – ‘Crisis Unaverted’

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Season 1: Screencaps: 1.08 – ‘Bride Unbridled’

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Season 1: Screencaps: 1.09 – ‘Formal Reformed’

CW Moves LUX to Tuesdays

The CW just unveiled its 2010-11 schedule and here are the highlights: 90210 is shifting to Monday (paired with Gossip Girl), One Tree Hill is moving to Tuesday (paired with Life Unexpected), Supernatural is relocating to Friday (paired with Smallville), and new actioner Nikita has nabbed the plum post Vampire Diaries slot on Thursday. The complete schedule is below.
8:00-9:00 PM 90210 (New Night)
9:00-10:00 PM GOSSIP GIRL

8:00-9:00 PM ONE TREE HILL (New Night)
9:00-10:00 PM LIFE UNEXPECTED (New Night)

9:00-10:00 PM HELLCATS (New Series)

9:00-10:00 PM NIKITA (New Series)

9:00-10:00 PM SUPERNATURAL (New Night)

It’s Official- Season 2!

After months of on-the-bubble torture, The CW is officially bringing both One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected back for more. Talk about a sweet reprieve! The network also picked up two new shows, and based on what we’re hearing, LUX and OTH might have a little more competition next season…

No official word on what kind of episode orders OTH and LUX have received, but we’re hearing they’ll spilt the season down the middle with 13 each.

And while we’re raving about all good things, let’s give a big WWK shout out to Miss Liz Tigelaar for being both an awesome lady and creating Life Unexpected, one of the best new series’ in years. Thanks for LUX—and wouldn’t you know, she’s excited about the renewal, too. Check out her cutesy tweet:  “Season 2 Baby!!!!!!! Yippppeeeee!”