You’ve seen Andrea Savage in everything from Sweet Valley High to Step Brothers to Veep. Now she’s starring in her own comedy, I’m Sorry, loosely based on her life as a comedian, writer, wife, and mother. The title comes from Savage’s character’s knack for wandering into embarrassing and revealing situations. Show More Summary
Grammer Vigilantes! Nicole Kidman! Iconic movie posters! Sweet Valley High! Cute cookies!
Brittany Daniel is the latest celebrity to get engaged this holiday season. The Sweet Valley High and The Game star shared on Instagram that her boyfriend, Adam Touni, put a ring on it! "I said yes!" she captioned a selfie of her flashing her new engagement ring alongside Touni. Show More Summary
"We are honored to publish all-new adventures of the Wakefield twins."
So here's the bad news: The sentence "Dynamite announces new James Bond, Bettie Page, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Sweet Valley High comics" does not refer to one single series that's going to combine all of those properties into a single...Show More Summary
The beloved young adult series from Francine Pascal is getting a graphic novel makeover from Dynamite Entertainment. The post Sweet Valley High Gets Graphic Novel Adaptation appeared first on CBR.com.
Francine Pascal brings her iconic series to sequential art.
The twins’ school sends out a daily grade report so you can always see their grade on each assignment as well as the overall grade in the class. Once upon a time, I looked forward to report card days because I had no clue how they were doing in class. But now report cards are […]
Cynthia and Brittany Daniel, the twins who played Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield on Sweet Valley High, are back. And at 40, they are still hot af. Twenty years ago you could "look right down any crowded hall and you'll see there's a beauty standing," until Sweet Valley High got canceled. Show More Summary
There’s a sort of romantic, Sweet Valley High do-gooder romanticism for hosting clothing drives to benefit homeless shelters. And don’t get it twisted — that effort is good, but it isn’t exactly what these populations need the most....
Sweet Valley High cover illustrator James L. Mathewuse still takes commissions on his site. Imagine you or your friends rendered in glorious 80s pastels or oils! (more…)
If you have ever wanted to be drawn like one of Sweet Valley High’s Wakefield twins, now is your chance. James L. Mathewuse, the cover artist behind the teen series Sweet Valley High created by Francine Pascal, is taking commissions....Show More Summary
It's time to live out your YA novel dreams.
I don't know how I missed this earlier this week, but now that I've seen it, IT'S ALL I WANT. If you're like me, and devoured Sweet Valley High books when you were a kid, you probably will, too.
Happy weekend, everyone! Please enjoy the following: – The man who did all the original Sweet Valley High covers ACCEPTS COMMISSIONS. Should Heather and I get a portrait done?! I want this one: – At The New Yorker: The Mind-Blowing Athleticism of Simone Biles, which is a video. You guys. Simone Biles is amazing. She Read More...
The Internet was too young when the shameless Sweet Valley High made its debut, but now it's grown up — and ready to parody. SEE ALSO: Photoshop battle honors this a beautiful giraffe sucking on a wooden fence post A new Twitter account, Paperback Paradise, brilliantly photoshops '90s paperbacks and gives the them the titles they deserve. Show More Summary
Oh, Twitter — you never cease to amaze us! As if music fandoms using the social network to wage war on each other wasn't enough for this Monday, we've got possibly the best new Twitter parody account you've seen! Related: Celeb Twitpics From The iHeartRadio Music Awards! Remember those classic Sweet Valley High and Boxcar Children books that, [...]
Ben Higgins' quest to be loved enters its second set of dates with a few of the women emerging as contenders or pretenders, while the rest blend together like a casting call for Sweet Valley High. Seriously, there's more blonde hairShow More Summary
Maybe it all goes back to our tweenaged Sweet Valley High obsession, but we find celebrity lookalike moments endlessly entertaining. And lucky for us, there were some real head-turners in 2015. It's hard to choose favorites, but that's what we do in end-of-year roundup posts, so we've whittled the field down to five memorable twinning situations. Show More Summary
"Basically, what you’re trying to do is emulate a consistent tone throughout the series. It’s not very conducive to finding your own voice, because the whole point is to find their voices. You have to read the specific series, but in general, once you read those kinds of books — the serial teen books — you find they’re almost like TV scripts. Show More Summary