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Fans Launch Online Petition To Save 'GCB'

May 15th, 2012 1:03pm EDT
Actress Jennifer Aspen has thrown her support behind an online petition to save her TV comedy GCB after it was axed due to low ratings.

Fans have shown their love for the controversial series by launching a campaign to convince ABC executives to keep the show on the air, and Aspen is asking devotees to add their virtual signatures.

In a series of posts on Twitter.com, she writes, "So many fans coming up to say how they love GCB, I told them all to sign petition (at) SaveGCB.com... Outpouring of GCB love is breathtaking, I'm reading all your tweets and I am so grateful to you and your ap...

ABC Axes Controversial 'GCB' After Just One Season

May 15th, 2012 9:18am EDT
ABC has cancelled Kristin Chenoweth's controversial TV comedy "GCB." The series drew ire for its depiction of Christians and plotlines about feuding church-going Texan women.

The series was originally called "Good Christian B**ches before" TV bosses decided on a tamer title. Chenoweth played a former school outcast-turned-social queen.

Co-star Mark Delkin revealed the cancellation news on Twitter on Monday. He wrote, "Wow. I feel stunned & sad. We have had an amazing ride and you, the GCB fans... have been just incredible. THANK YOU all for your beautiful love and loyalty."

Chenoweth ma...

Q&A: Marisol Nichols On Her 'Absolutely Hysterical' New Series 'GCB'

March 4th, 2012 12:00pm EST
Marisol Nichols
Actress Marisol Nichols, who plays Heather Cruz in ABC's new show GCB, calls the already much-talked about series "absolutely hysterical."

Based on the book Good Christian B--ches by Kim Gatlin, the series is clearly positioned to succeed Desperate Housewives as ABC's prime-time soap (it even follows Housewives tonight at 10 PM ET/PT). It centers around Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb), who returns home to Dallas after a scandal to "sympathy and scheming," according to the network press release.

The series is a different flavor for Nichols, who's established herself playing a number of strong ...

Kristin Chenoweth Loves Her 'Villainess' Role As Carlene Cockburn On ABC's 'GCB'

March 3rd, 2012 12:00pm EST
Kristin Chenoweth is coming back to TV. The beloved Broadway star who’s appeared on shows like Pushing Daisies and Glee has her own one hour show on ABC. GCB, based on the book Good Christian Bitches, stars Chenoweth as a, well, you know.

Set in the Dallas suburbs, Chenoweth plays Carlene Cockburn, a queen of the high society drama. This is a major change of pace for her because in real life she is a total sweetheart. Chenoweth spoke with the Television Critics Association about her new show earlier this year. GCB premieres Sunday night on ABC.

Q: What do you love about Carlene?

Kristin ...

Kristin Chenoweth Defends Her New Christian TV Show 'GCB'

March 2nd, 2012 8:32am EST
Kristin Chenoweth
Kristin Chenoweth has defended her new series GCB over concerns for its depiction of Christians, insisting she would never "make fun of my own faith."

The singer/actress plays a former school outcast-turned-social queen in sitcom GCB, which was originally called Good Christian Bitches before TV bosses decided on a tamer title.

Plotlines about feuding church-going Texan women have drawn criticism, but Chenoweth is adamant the series is actually a "love letter to Dallas" and assures fans she would never mock Christianity.

She tells The Hollywood Reporter, "I think people should give it ...

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