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Dawson's Creek Appearances
James Van Der Beek stars in the comedy "What Would Diplo Do?" on Viceland. He also does a voice in the new Disney Channel series
"Vampirina". It will also appear on Disney, Jr. and select
Main title theme song is available here:
Set in a Pennsylvania neighborhood, the series stars Lauren Graham, James
Van Der Beek and Isabella Crovetti as the Hauntley family, friendly vampires
who have recently moved from their home in Transylvania. The stories follow
Vampirina (aka "Vee") as she faces the joys and trials of being the new kid
in town including making friends and attending a new school in the human
world. Along the way, Vee learns that it may be easier to blend in with her
peers, but it’s more valuable to celebrate the qualities that make each
Mädchen Amick (Nicole) appears in "Riverdale" as Alice on The CW.
Katie Holmes has many new movies coming out.
Oliver Hudson (ex-Eddie) stars in the new show "Splitting Up
Together" on ABC Tuesdays.
Busy Phillips stars in a new movie, "I Feel Pretty." She
will be hosting her own talk show on E!
John Wesley Shipp
(Mitch) plays Jay on "The Flash" Tuesdays on The CW.
has 6 new movies coming out, including a biopic about Janis Joplin (she
plays Janis). She also stars in the anthology show "Fosse/Verdon"
on FX, which premieres April 9. She appears on "The Late Show
with Stephen Colbert" Tuesday, 4/9 on CBS.
Dylan Neal (Doug) has 3 new movies coming out.
Holmes returning to TV with big Showtime role
Former Dawson's Creek Producer
is doing the shows "Arrow" and "The Flash" on The CW...he's also working on
the "Green Lantern" movie sequel (he did the first one in 2011), as well as
the "Supergirl" on The CW, and the new Fall show "All American" on The CW.
Joshua Jackson (Pacey) stars in "The Affair" on Showtime and appears in the new Netflix
miniseries "The Central Park Five."
Jensen Ackles (C.J.) stars in the
CW series "Supernatural".
Dawson's Creek creator
Kevin Williamson helms the CW show "Vampire Diaries", which is
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