Life Unexpected has its season 2 premiere tonight on The CW! Do you have your bong lamp ready for the occasion?
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Life Unexpected Ocean Uncharted Synopsis: Cate and Ryan return from their honeymoon and discover that their job in the radio station have changed while they where gone. A confused Baze dealing with his feelings for Cate, ends up hooking up with a new hot bartender, Paige. Meanwhile, Lux and Bug are in a major moment of their relationship. Also, Lux has a new friend Eric who is new in Portland.Watch it tonight on The CW at 9 pm.
Here’s what you can expect in Life Unexpected season 2:
Life Unexpected Season 2 Summary: LIFE UNEXPECTED Season 2- Returning for a second season, LIFE UNEXPECTED is a coming-of-age family drama that centers around 16-year-old Lux, who was given up for adoption at birth but never adopted. When she is put back into the custody of her estranged-since-high-school birth parents, radio show host Cate and bartender Baze, the three form an unlikely family, complicated by the fact that Cate is engaged to her co-host, Ryan. Cate and Baze struggle with becoming insta-parents and raising a daughter they are only now getting to know, while Ryan must deal with the fact that Cate’s feelings for Baze aren’t entirely in the past. Lux, meanwhile, tries to reconcile her past with her present, often torn between her old friends from foster care and her new family. As the unlikely trio begins to grow up together, Lux encourages Baze to reveal what she already knows — that he is in love with Cate, just like a part of Cate is in love with him. Baze tries to stop Cate’s wedding, but when he’s too late, Cate marries Ryan. Heading into next season, our unlikely threesome become a foursome as Ryan joins the family.
The series stars Shiri Appleby as Cate Cassidy, Kristoffer Polaha as Nate “Baze” Bazile, Britt Robertson as Lux, Austin Basis as Math, and Kerr Smith as Ryan Thomas. LIFE UNEXPECTED is produced by CBS Television Studios and Warner Bros. Television in association with Mojo Films with executive producers Liz Tigelaar (“Brothers and Sisters,” “What About Brian”) and Gary Fleder (“October Road”)