Posted on September 22, 2011
Are you ready for some kick-butt action? If you are, then you should tune in tonight on ABC at 8pm for the classic remake of ‘Charlie’s Angels’. This rebooted classic is taking place in Miami not California this time. In this version, the angels are recruited based on their gritty past, to repent and fight the good fight. Bosley is also back and will be more involved in the action this time around. It is executive produced by Drew Barrymore who has high hopes of achieving the same magic Farrah Fawcett portrayed when she starred in the hit. Drew Barrymore is no stranger to the story either starring in the movie along with Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, and Demi Moore.“When you say you’re going to reboot Charlie’s Angels, you certainly are just hanging a big target on your back. What you want to do ideally is reconnect with an audience that loved the show when they were younger and also bring new fans to it,” said Producer Alfred Gough.This fun action-packed take on the 1970s smash hit series introduces us to three new angels, all fearless detectives, head-turning beauties and close friends. Meet Abby (Rachel Taylor), a Park Avenue princess who became a world-class thief. There’s Kate (Annie llonzeh), a Miami cop who fell from grace when she lost both her finance and her career. Finally there is Gloria, a disgraced army lieutenant who has a likening to explosives. Gloria’s storyline ends tragically and Charlie persuades the other girls to partner with Gloria’s childhood friend, Eve (Minka Kelly), a street racer with a mysterious past. They take awhile getting used to each other, but they will always have each other’s backs. The angels are rounded out by their new boss, Bosley (Ramon Rodriguez), a hot, young computer hacker who helps them solve cases and enjoys being surrounded by powerful, beautiful women. Tune in tonight at 8pm on ABC. To learn more about your satellite TV programming package visit us at Dish-Systems or call (888)566-3979. How do you think this remake will be? Did you watch the old ‘Charlie’s Angels’?