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Here's the Full Cast For Dancing With the Stars Season 28

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Here's the Full Cast For Dancing With the Stars Season 28
Dancing With the Stars season 28 finally has its cast. During Good Morning America in August, the series announced which stars will be hitting the ballroom floor this season. The star-studded lineup includes everyone from a Bachelorette to one of the Fab Five from Queer Eye to a Dawson's Creek alum. Ahead of the premiere on Sept. 16, the show announced a slight modification to the cast after supermodel Christie Brinkley broke her arm during rehearsals. Instead, her 21-year-old daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook will be taking her place this season.

Before the big premiere, familiarize yourself with all the stars who will be hitting the dance floor ahead.
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Here's the Full Cast For Dancing With the Stars Season 28

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Dancing With the Stars season 28 finally has its cast. During Good Morning America in August, the series announced which stars will be hitting the ballroom floor this season. The star-studded lineup includes everyone from a Bachelorette to one of the Fab Five from Queer Eye to a Dawson's Creek alum. Ahead of the premiere on Sept. 16, the show announced a slight modification to the cast after supermodel Christie Brinkley broke her arm during rehearsals. Instead, her 21-year-old daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook will be taking her place this season.

Before the big premiere, familiarize yourself with all the stars who will be hitting the dance floor ahead.
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Dawson’s Creek: 10 Things About The Teen Drama That Make No Sense

While teen dramas are meant to be pretty realistic since the characters are handling problems and ups and downs that everyone faces in high school, these shows involve some disbelief. After all, the teens often look much older than their age (with the exception of Degrassi), and they definitely don't always act in a realistic manner.

Related: The Cast Of Dawson's Creek: Where Are They Now?

One of the most loved teen shows is Dawson's Creek, which ran for six seasons on The WB from 1998 until 2003. The story of best friends Joey Potter (Katie Holmes) and Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek) is always charming, and fans are always happy to return to the world of Capeside and see what the rest of the characters are up to (even if they've seen each episode countless times). But even though this is a solid teen drama, there are still many confusing things about it.
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10 Weird Rules 90s TV Shows Were Forced To Follow

The '90s. The decade of extreme sports, grunge music and sitcoms with a message. There were wholesome family shows like Full House, Step By Step, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Family Matters. Then there were serious teen dramas, like 90210, and Dawson's Creek. There were also cynical thirty-something shows, like Friends, Seinfeld, and even Frasier. There was even a gluttony of supernatural shows, like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Charmed, as well as all the Star Trek.

Related: Full House: 10 Things That Haven't Aged Well

The landscape of '90s television was getting more varied, as burgeoning networks competed for ratings, and a new frontier of progressive television was blossoming. The end of the decade would see the rise of dramatic serialized television the likes of which we enjoy today. But before that could happen, the shows seemed to conform to a litany of tropes. As varied as each series was,
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Katie Holmes' New Glamour Shots Prove She's Still Joey Potter at Heart

Katie Holmes' New Glamour Shots Prove She's Still Joey Potter at Heart
Katie Holmes is giving us all the Dawson's Creek feels on this Tuesday morning. In new photos posted to Instagram, the actress—who portrayed the iconic Joey Potter on the beloved TV series—looks like she just stepped off the set of the hit show and into a glamorous photo shoot! Amid New York Fashion Week, Holmes took the time to pose for some gorgeous pictures in the park as she prepared to attend the Zimmermann show. "@genevieveherr @josephmaine thank u both for getting me ready for the beautiful @zimmermann show," Holmes wrote alongside one glam shot, thanking her team. This past May actually marked 16 years since Dawson's Creek went off the air. The show—also...
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Dancing With the Stars' Missing Pro Dancers Speak Out: Sharna Burgess and Artem Chigvintsev Address Exits

Dancing With the Stars' Missing Pro Dancers Speak Out: Sharna Burgess and Artem Chigvintsev Address Exits
Dancing With the Stars will be down a few fan-favorite pro dancers this season. Announced on Good Morning America on Wednesday, Aug. 21, the cast of season 28 includes the likes of The Bachelorette star Hannah Brown, Dawson's Creek star James Van Der Beek, The Office's Kate Flannery and Fifth Harmony singer Ally Brooke. The new celebs are paired with many returning dancers—and a few newcomers—but Sharna Burgess, last season's winning pro, and Artem Chigvintsev aren't dancing. In Instagram posts, both professional dancers opened up about missing out on season 28. "I am unbelievably sad to not be back!!! However, what I can whole heartedly tell you is that it's all good, All...
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James Van Der Beek's Dancing With the Stars Participation Was Predicted By His Old Show

James Van Der Beek's Dancing With the Stars Participation Was Predicted By His Old Show
Life is imitating art for James Van Der Beek. The Dawson's Creek star is part of the season 28 cast of Dancing With the Stars, something that was foretold by his former role—as a version of himself—on Don't Trust the B…in Apt. 23. During the two-season ABC comedy series, Van Der Beek played a version of himself, a close friend of Chloe (Krysten Ritter), who desperately wanted to revitalize his acting career. During the series, he accepted many strange parts, culminating in an appearance on Dancing With the Stars where he competed against fellow 1990s heartthrob Dean Cain of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman fame. At the time, 2012, Van Der Beek said he wouldn't do Dancing...
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Dancing With the Stars Season 28 Cast: James Van Der Beek, Sean Spicer, Lamar Odom, and More!

After skipping a winter cycle for the first time, Dancing with the Stars Season 28 is getting ready to return to the ballroom.

The official cast was revealed on Wednesday during a segment on Good Morning America.

Who made the cut?

Lauren Alaina

A platinum-selling country star, whose critically acclaimed second album landed on a string of Best Of lists including Billboard, Rolling Stone, and Amazon.

It was also the most-streamed female country album release of 2017.

Christie Brinkley

Supermodel, author, and entrepreneur Christie Brinkley has appeared on more than 500 magazine covers worldwide. Brinkley is also an actress and recently returned in the Tony® Award-winning revival of the mega-hit musical “Chicago” as Roxie Hart.

Ally Brooke

All Brooke is a pop star who is best known for her work with one of the most popular girl groups around, Fifth Harmony.

That band was formed on Fox's The X Factor, and she
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Sean Spicer, Lamar Odom Headline 'Dancing With the Stars' Season 28 Cast

ABC's Dancing With the Stars has set the celebrity cast for its upcoming 28th season.

Singer Ally Brooke (formerly of Fifth Harmony), Christie Brinkley, former Bachelorette Hannah Brown, actor-producer James Van Der Beek (Dawson's Creek), Queer Eye's Karamo Brown, The Office grad Kate Flannery, All That's Kel Mitchell, former Los Angeles Laker Lamar Odom, American Idol season 10 runner-up Lauren Alaina, the Supremes' Mary Wilson, two-time Super Bowl Mvp Ray Lewis and ex-Trump White House press secretary Sean Spicer will go head to head on the competition series.

Professional dancers returning for season 28 include Alan Bersten, Brandon Armstrong, Cheryl ...
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Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes Split: Look Back at Their Private Romance

Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes Split: Look Back at Their Private Romance
This celebrity love chapter has come to a close. Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes have decided to part ways. E! News can confirm the pair has called it quits. In fact, a source tells us the two haven't been together since May. And while the Dawson's Creek alum and 51-year-old actor made a grand entrance at the 2019 Met Gala, it appears things were already headed south for the duo. The two first sparked romance rumors in the fall of 2013, and in the beginning, the celebrity couple denied their relationship. The Oscar winner described the speculation as "hilarious." Since they began dating, the two have been notoriously private about their relationship. However, the news of their split comes...
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10 Worst Episodes Of The Oc (According To IMDb)

The Oc is still considered one of the best and most popular teen dramas of all time. It aired during the early 2000s when teen dramas were all the rage. Between One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl, Dawson's Creek, and others, The Oc was a standout for its take on teenagers living in Orange County.

Related: The Oc: 5 Best Episodes (& 5 Worst)

It jumpstarted the careers of notable actors and actresses like Adam Brody, Rachel Bilson, Mischa Barton, and Benjamin McKenzie. However, it also had some controversial storylines in its run, such as when Mischa Barton left the series at the end of season three and the show killed her off. We're taking a look at the ten worst episodes of The Oc as ranked by IMDb.
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News You Can Use: Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith Might Be Getting Married

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Joshua Jackson is technically single, but it might not be for long. According to reports from People and The Daily Mail, the 41-year-old Dawson's Creek alum and his girlfriend, actress Jodie Turner-Smith, are planning to get married. Joshua and Jodie were spotted picking up what appeared to be a marriage license in La on Friday; the couple was photographed leaving a Beverly Hills courthouse, as well as a jewelry store. While exiting the government building, a smiley Jodie was seen carrying a manila envelope, further igniting rumors that they picked up official papers. They also met up with Joshua's mom, Fiona Jackson, for lunch. Maybe they broke the exciting news over a bottle of Rosé?

Joshua and Jodie were first linked back in October 2018 after meeting at Usher's 40th birthday party. The stunning actress is making her big screen debut later this year in the romantic crime drama Queen & Slim opposite Daniel Kaluuya.
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Kevin Williamson Is Kicking Dawson's Creek Revival Ideas Around, But...

Kevin Williamson Is Kicking Dawson's Creek Revival Ideas Around, But...
Despite "just talking about it last night," a Dawson's Creek revival is still not in the cards for series creator Kevin Williamson. Williamson, who was at the 2019 Television Critics Association summer press tour promoting his CBS All Access series Tell Me a Story, was asked about returning to the Creek as revivals and remakes continue to be a hot TV trend. "We keep talking about it, but no, as of now, it's not in the pipeline," Williamson said. "We kind of ended it. The last episode was five years in the future. We put a nice button to it. Jen died. What are we going to do? We've talked about it, but until we can find a reason to do it…what are you going to do?" ...
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Mbti® Popular Characters

Popular might not get as much attention as other teen dramas such as Dawson's Creek, but the series, which ran from 1999 until 2001 on The WB, is incredibly well done. Leslie Bibb and Carly Pope played the main characters Brooke McQueen and Sam McPherson who are from the popular and the nerdy groups, respectively. When their parents date and fall for one another, it's time for them to blend families... and the teens aren't big on that idea.

Related: Friends: The 10 Worst Things Ross Has Ever Done, Ranked

Created by Ryan Murphy, this show aired for only two seasons. Each character is more developed than many other TV series and the show is definitely a hidden gem that more people should be aware of. Let's take a look at the Mbti of the Popular characters.
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How 'One Day at a Time's' Move to Pop TV Will Work in Its Favor

How 'One Day at a Time's' Move to Pop TV Will Work in Its Favor
It's not every day that Brad Schwartz, the president of Pop — the niche cable network best known for critical darling Schitt's Creek and repeats of Dawson's Creek — gets an email from TV legend Norman Leaer. But that's just what happened Thursday when the CBS-owned cabler successfully teamed with producers Sony TV to revive Lear's Latinx-themed One Day at a Time reboot for a fourth season mere months after Netflix's shocking decision to cancel the beloved multicamera comedy.

In talking to Schwartz — who has been with the former TV Guide ...
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'One Day at a Time': Inside the Comedy's Historic Comeback

'One Day at a Time': Inside the Comedy's Historic Comeback
Television miracles do not happen easily. Such was the case for One Day at a Time, the reboot of Norman Lear's CBS hit that Netflix canceled four months ago.

On Thursday, Pop TV — the CBS-owned niche cable network home to critical darling Schitt's Creek and such syndicated fare as Dawson's Creek — revived the Latinx-themed comedy for a fourth season. The deal followed months of negotiations between multiple outlets and executives at Sony Pictures Television, which produces the series.

The biggest obstacle in finding a new home for Odaat was Sony's original deal with Netflix. That ...
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Every Season Finale Of Dawson’s Creek, Ranked

Back in the day, watching a season finale of a show was a high anxiety activity since there would be a summer-long break until the next season would start up again. These days, since we all binge-watch, we can literally finish season one of a series and start the next batch of episodes right away.

Related: Twilight: 10 Storylines That Were Never Resolved

When Dawson's Creek was on the air (from 1998 until 2003), fans would tune into the season finales in late Spring (they would usually air in May) and have to bite their nails, waiting with anticipation for the following September.

Which season finales were amazing... and which ones didn't pan out that well? Here is every season finale of Dawson's Creek, ranked.
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5 Things Dawson’s Creek Did Better Than Beverly Hills, 90210 (& Vice Versa)

Dawson's Creek and Beverly Hills, 90210 are two of the most popular teen dramas of all time and frequently show up during discussions concerning this entertaining (and sometimes cheesy) genre. Since both shows are about a bunch of teenage friends, their love lives, and the problems that they go through, it makes sense that they would be compared. Both shows also made stars out of the main cast members.

Related: Classic Beverly Hills 90210 Cast Reunites for Event Series Teaser

Even fans of both series would have to admit that there are some elements of each that are superior. Here are five things that Dawson's Creek does better than Beverly Hills, 90210 and five things 90210 does better.
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10 Things Scream Does Better Than I Know What You Did Last Summer (& Vice Versa)

Many people credit the '90s as being a fun pop culture decade, and it's true that some beloved horror movies came out of that time period as well. The mid-to-late '90s brought us Scream (1996) and I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997). These two films are popular teen screams that everyone still has fond feelings about today, and each one has sequels (with varying degrees of success and quality). They are also both written by Kevin Williamson who is also known for creating Dawson's Creek.

Related: American Horror Story: 1984 Needs A Slasher Scream Queen – Who Could It Be?

Every horror movie does some things really well and some things not quite so well. Here are five things that Scream does better than I Know What You Did Last Summer and vice versa.
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Michelle Williams: My Lack of Input Made Dawson's Creek "a Little Like a Factory Job"

Michelle Williams: My Lack of Input Made Dawson's Creek
A lot has changed since the last time Michelle Williams did TV. Williams shot to fame on The WB drama Dawson's Creek. She spent six seasons as Jen Lindley and didn't return to the small screen in a regular capacity until 2019's Fosse/Verdon miniseries. In an interview with Patricia Clarkson for Variety—the two are getting Emmy buzz, Williams for playing Gwen Verdon in Fosse/Verdon and Clarkson for playing Adora in Sharp Objects—Williams opened up about how things were different for her this time around on TV. "Doing Dawson's Creek for six-and-a-half years, while it was an incredible learning experience—we did 22 episodes a year, and you'd be getting scripts at the last minute...
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