So next month Clare Bowen Web will be online for 3 years. I was feeling very inspired and was way too eager to put the new designs up on the site and gallery to wait. I hope you guys like it. The new design is mobile friendly so you can visit the site and see it clearly and functional on the go. The photos are from Clare’s spread for The Free People Blog. Be sure to check out their blog and read their awesome article on Clare. This is probably my most favorite spread of Clare’s. The photographer really captured her free spirit.
With Nashville returning later this month, I will be busy updating the site’s Nashville page as well as the gallery prior to the premiere. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get updates and news from the site.
Poor Clare hurt herself this week while touring. We wish her a speedy recovery so she can bang away on her tambourine in full force.
I am taking this time that Nashville is not on the air to clean up the site’s content. Stay tuned for more updates.
I am working on getting the site up to date. Please bare with me and bookmark us. If you have anything you would like to donate (event photos, photos from live shows, magazine scans, etc.) please contact me.
ABC handed out renewal notices late Thursday, formally ordering second seasons of rookie series Secrets and Lies, black-ish, Fresh Off the Boat, How to Get Away With Murder, American Crime, Galavant and Marvel’s Agent Carter, as well as established bubble dramas Nashville (for Season 4) and Castle (for Season 8). Additionally, the network has greenlit a third season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a fifth season of Once Upon a Time, a 12th season of Grey’s Anatomy, a fifth season of Scandal, a third season of The Goldbergs, a seventh season of Modern Family and a seventh season of The Middle.
On the reality front, ABC has picked up a 21st season of Dancing With the Stars, a 20th season of The Bachelor, a 26th season of America’s Funniest Home Videos, a seventh season of Shark Tank, and a second season of Beyond the Tank. Last but not least, 20/20 has also been renewed. ABC, meanwhile, has cancelled Forever, Cristela, Resurrection, Revenge and The Taste. The fate of Last Man Standing remains up in the air.
Source: TV Line