Elisha Cuthbert has Happy Endings for Season 2
The former "24" star Elisha Cuthbert attended the Paley Center For Media "Happy Endings" event, and she looked casual but sleek in a black satin jacket.
Her series features a long-term couple attempting to maintain mutual friends after a break-up and recently revealed that she found out that, the ABC comedy show, had been renewed for a second season.
Elisha explained that she was out of the country at the time and that her sister found out via Twitter.
Cuthbert said, "I was in Bratislava when I found out. I actually was holding my breath because I had gotten an email from my sister saying that the show had got picked up and she heard about it on Twitter. I didn't know if I should really believe that so I made a few phone calls to the producers and sure enough, it was accurate." The next series is set to premiere on ABC on September 28.
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