Rebecca Romijn, Lindsay Price and Jaime Ray Newman star in the new ABC sereies "Eastwick."
There was a time when Roxanne, Kat and Joanna didn’t get along because of their preconceived notions of each other. Roxie was the extrovert artist, Kat the overworked wife and mom, and Joanna the wallflower local reporter. But after a weird encounter in the park and a few martinis, these three women have suddenly become fast friends. Together, they wish for their lives to change. An unknown power within each of them is suddenly unlocked, bringing them together and changing each of their lives. And that’s when the mysterious and wealthy Darryl Van Horne arrives in town. He helps them discover their unique powers in ways they never could have imagined. But by igniting their hearts’ desires, he might just be opening Pandora’s Box.
The locals become understandably curious about just who Darryl Van Horne is. Among the curious is Joanna’s co-worker and best friend, Penny. Then there’s Bun, the head of the Eastwick Historical Society and the fun and kooky aunt that Roxie and her teen-aged daughter, Mia, never had, who may hold a key to Darryl’s real identity. Meanwhile, Joanna’s longtime crush, Will, and Kat’s layabout husband, Raymond, become unintentional targets for the ladies’ newfound powers.
Based on John Updike’s celebrated classic and the popular movie, “Eastwick” is brimming with romance, mystery and dangerous charm, offering a tempting vision of the ultimate wish-fulfillment fantasy.
“Eastwick” stars Ashley Benson as Mia Torcoletti, Jon Bernthal as Raymond Gardener, Veronica Cartwright as Bun Waverly, Jaime Ray Newman as Kat Gardener, Lindsay Price as Joanna Frankel, Rebecca Romijn as Roxanne (Roxie) Torcoletti, Sara Rue as Penny Higgins, Johann Urb as Will St. David and Paul Gross as Darryl Van Horne.
ABOUT REBECCA ROMIJN
Rebecca Romijn continues to maintain her leading lady status in Hollywood with roles in a number of prominent film and television projects. In addition to her starring role as Roxie -- a free spirited artist who is discovering her inner-witch -- she recently wrapped production on the feature film “The Love Child,” opposite Donald Sutherland and Sarah Roemer.
Romijn co-starred for two seasons on the Emmy nominated ABC comedy series “Ugly Betty” as Alexis Meade, formerly known as Alex Meade, the presumed dead brother of current MODE Magazine editor Daniel (Eric Mabius). In its debut season, the show won the Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy and the Writers Guild Award for Best New Series.
Previously Romijn starred in the blockbuster hits “X-Men,” “X2” and “X3: The Last Stand,” opposite Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry. However it was her role in Brian De Palma’s “Femme Fatale,” opposite Antonio Banderas, that won her critical acclaim. In this film noir thriller, she plays a woman attempting to go straight while being haunted by her shady con-woman past. Other film credits include, “The Punisher,” “Godsend,” Rollerball,” “Simone,” “Lies and Alibis,” “Man About Town” and “Lake City.”
Romijn previously starred on the WB series “Pepper Dennis.” She began crossing over from the fashion world to TV with memorable appearances on the hit television shows “Friends” and “Just Shoot Me,” as well as hosting MTV’s “House of Style.”
She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, actor Jerry O'Connell, and their twin daughters.
ABOUT LINDSAY PRICE
Lindsay Price has been a staple on network television since her starring role as Janet Sosna on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Born to parents of European and Asian decent, she started acting at the age of eight with a guest role on “Finder of Lost Loves.”
In 1991 Price she took on a two-year recurring role on “All My Children.” She then appeared in “The Bold and the Beautiful,” from 1995-1997, followed by her role on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” She also had a string of guest starring roles in several hit series, including “CSI,” “Becker,” “Jack and Jill,” “Coupling,” “Frasier” and “Pepper Dennis.”
Price recently starred alongside Brooke Shields and Kim Raver in the NBC series “Lipstick Jungle,” based on the bestselling book by Candace Bushnell, as Victory Ford, a free-spirited designer in search of Mr. Right.
Film credits include the independent films “Lonely Street” and “Waterbourne,” and she recently completed production on the feature film “Happy Thank You More Please.” A talented singer/songwriter, Price’s song, “Someone Like Me,” played over the last scene in the finale of “Lipstick Jungle.”
ABOUT JAIME RAY NEWMAN
Jaime Ray Newman is no stranger to television, having started her career on the popular ABC soap “General Hospital.” She starred on the series from 2001 until 2003 as Kristina Cassadine, a member of the infamous and aristocratic Cassadine Family. She then moved on to recurring roles on CW’s “Veronica Mars,” ABC Family’s “Lincoln Heights,” Sci-Fi’s “Eureka” and FX’s “Nip/Tuck.” Newman has also appeared in dozens of other series, including “Supernatural,” “Stargate: Atlantis,” “Crossing Jordan,” “Bones,” “Medium,” “Criminal Minds” and “CSI.”
On the big screen she recently completed filming the independent film “The Gauntlet.” She also appeared in Sony’s “Made of Honor,” “Sex and Breakfast” and “Live!”
A native of Michigan, Newman currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
MORE ABOUT THE SHOW
Guest starring in “Pilot” are Matt Dallas as Chad, Jack Huston as Jamie, Christian Alexander as Gus, Torsten Voges as Fidel, Steve Hytner as Clyde, Mia Hays as Amy Gardener, V.C. Dupree as Edgar and Dinora Walcott as waitress.
“Pilot” was written by Maggie Friedman and directed by David Nutter.
The series is produced by Warner Bros. Television. Maggie Friedman is creator/executive producer and David S. Rosenthal is executive producer. The co-executive producers are Michael Katleman, Nancy Won and Chris Dingess. The producer is Marc David Alpert.
“Eastwick” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format, with 5.1 channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. This program carries a TV-PG,D,L,V parental guideline. For more information on “Eastwick,” please visit ABC.com.