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Dead Of Summer is in the “26 Summer TV Events You Can’t Miss in 2016” by E!

Freeform’s new murder mystery from the creators of Once Upon a Time wisely sets its summer camp spookfest in the ‘80s, when everything was just a little bit scarier. (With no cell phones or internet, help isn’t right at everyone’s fingertips!) Riffing off that decade’s freakiest frightfests (Camp Stillwater is giving us some major Camp Crystal Lake-from-Friday the 13th vibes) while spinning a scary story all its own, Dead of Summer, starring Elizabeth Mitchell and a bunch of fresh teenage faces ripe for the slaughter, will have you screaming all summer long beginning June 28.

and this is another nice review by seventeen

Summer’s Hottest Show Is a Supernatural Murder Mystery Set at Summer Camp

School’s out for summer, which means your evenings are homework-free and ready to be filled up with ~fire~ TV. Enter Dead of Summer, the new Freeform series that sounds like Pretty Little Liars set at a summer camp with a supernatural twist. You’ll be hooked from the first episode.

Dead of Summer is set at a seemingly idyllic Midwestern summer camp — except there’s a catch. Between steamy camp romances and dips in the lake, the camp’s ancient mythology awakens. Soon, the murders begin, and what was intended to be a summer of fun becomes a summer of horror. Talk about chilling.

The trailer is equal parts creepy and amazing, and it just makes us even more eager to catch the premiere — Tuesday, June 28, 9/8c on Freeform.

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Campaign for the Emmys

Elizabeth Mitchell Emmys 2016Hey guys, I tweeted about asking Emmys voters to consider Elizabeth for a nomination as outstanding guest actress in a comedy series for her role as Melody Fuller in Gortimer Gibbon’s Life On Normal Street. 

Please do the same using something similar to

“Vote Elizabeth Mitchell #Emmys2016 http://www.emmys.com/online-voting  @televisionacad @TheEmmys #VoteElizabethMitchell”.

The episode with Elizabeth has a very beautiful message and it’s not just for kids. Always so proud of the choices Liz makes and her performances are always so real. If you have never seen her in Gortimer Gibbon’s Life On Normal Street check out the clips in our video archive. If you need some photos to tweet the message you can use the caps in the gallery or the gifs on our tumblr.

I saw this made by the fans of Vera Farmiga, who is one of the best actresses I’ve ever seen and she totally deserves an Emmy too for her performance in Bates Motel. I’m not sure if they will actually consider us, but it’s worth to try.

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