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
Aaaaaaaaaand we’re back! First a quick apology for the absence of updates (sorry!) and now on to the post:
Hart of Dixie 03×05 “How Do You Like Me Now?”
FITTING IN — Zoe (Rachel Bilson) is blissfully happy when she sees how well Joel (guest star Josh Cooke) is adjusting to BlueBell, until, she learns the townspeople might have a different opinion of him. Wanting to make things better, Zoe volunteers herself and Joel to chaperon the Go Girl Tween Adventure Camp, but when Joel refuses to go along, she is left to fix the the town’s perception on her own. After a rough start with Lynly (guest star Antoinette Robertson), George (Scott Porter) is pleasantly surprised when he learns they work well together. Meanwhile, Lavon (Cress Williams) is desperate to be part of the Gazebos of Alabama calendar, but when a crucial flower mistake jeopardizes his plan, Lavon begs Lemon (Jaime King) to help save the day. Wilson Bethel, Tim Matheson and Kaitlyn Black also star. David Paymer directed the episode written by Sarah Kucserka and Veronica West.
Yahoo! TV: ‘Hart of Dixie’ Creator and Stars Dish on Audition Process, Ultra-Passionate Twitter Fans, and More
“Hart of Dixie” fans congregated at the Alamo Drafthouse in early June for the second annual ATX Television Festival in Austin, TX, where they were treated to a Q&A session — moderated by “Vampire Diaries” actress Arielle Kebbel — with show creator Leila Gerstein and cast members Scott Porter and Wilson Bethel. Before the festival kicked off the Q&A session, audience members relived the Season 2 finale of The CW dramedy via an exclusive screening.
Zap2it.Com: ‘Hart of Dixie’ Season 3 premiere title and new characters revealed
Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) may have ended “Hart of Dixie” Season 2 in NYC, but she’s making her way back to Bluebell for Season 3 — thank goodness!
Not only will Zoe find herself back in Bluebell, the premiere, titled “Southern Comfort Zone,” will also introduce two new recurring characters, TVLine reports. Joel, a quintessential New York artist, passes through the charming southern town to get some inspiration for his latest book but finds that he may not want to leave so soon. Lynly, Lavon’s spoiled, cluless cousin, arrives to town in the hopes of mending her broken heart. But it turns out that she’s not as dumb as she lets everyone think. Who wants to bet these two are going to cause some trouble — romantically, of course — for our favorite Bluebell residents?
“Hart of Dixie” returns on an all-new night this fall on Monday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
TVShowsOnDVD.Com: Hart of Dixie – An Early Look at Front Package Art Arrives for ‘The Complete 2nd Season’
Last week Warner Home Video announced an October 15th DVD release for Hart of Dixie – The Complete 2nd Season. At the time we didn’t have artwork for this title, but now we’ve got the below look at the front of the box. Unfortunately this is an early look, and may not be finalized yet, so this could be subject to change. If it does, we’ll let you know. Until (and unless) that happens, we’re going with this for now.
According to the TV Guide Facebook Page, all new Season 3 episodes of Hart of Dixie will be back on its new night of Monday on October 7th, 2013. Let the countdown begin!