Robert Buckley has been cast in an upcoming episode of the CW’s Hart of Dixie, we’ve exclusively learned. And he’ll be connecting with one of the leading ladies, so maybe he’ll be sticking around for longer?

Buckley will play Peter, a sweet, ordinary guy who is just passing through Bluebell, and he has a chance encounter with Lemon (Jaime King). Last season, Lemon losing her queen bee status with the Belles caused some of her sass to disappear, so maybe Peter will bring back the season-one Lemon we all know and love. Nothing like a good, old-fashioned hookup to put the pep back in your step!

Right now Buckley is only scheduled for one episode, but he’s so handsome, Hart of Dixie will have to keep him around for more, right?

Besides his role as Clay with the creepiest stalker ever on One Tree Hill and playwright Brian in the short-lived 666 Park Avenue, Buckley has also appeared on episodes of Revenge and Privileged. Before landing a recurring role on One Tree Hill, he was a series regular on NBC’s Lipstick Jungle.

Hart of Dixie’s third season premiers Monday, Oct. 7 on the CW.

source: uk.eonline.com

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Robert Buckley was on The Craig Shoemaker Show yesterday.
You can find the full interview here: http://www.toadhopnetwork.com/f/Laugh?date=20130619
You can download it under the ‘listen’ button.

After months of wondering and waiting, fans of ‘666 Park Avenue’ will finally get to see how this freshman series will end, as ABC has announced that they will air the remaining unseen episodes of the show beginning June 22 at 9 p.m.

‘666 Park Avenue’ was based on a series of novels by Gabriella Pierce and centered on a young couple (Dave Annable and Rachel Taylor) who have been hired by the owner (Terry O’Quinn) and his wife (Vanessa Williams) to manage the historic apartment building that they own. Soon the young couple find that supernatural occurrences are threatening the lives of those who live there.

The series developed a cult following, however, the 10pm Sunday night time slot was not an optimal position for a genre show like this, and while live viewing numbers were down, DVR rating stats proved that the series was gaining viewers each week. However, it wasn’t enough to save the show.

In November, ABC stated that they would be cancelling the series and that ‘666 Park Avenue’ would end after its 13 episode run. While fans were disappointed (as well as series regular Annable who clearly stated his feelings upon the news on Twitter), producers David Wilcox and Matt Miller did promise that the show would not end in a cliff hanger and that viewers would have their questions about the apartment complex’ tenants as well as the building itself answered by the final episode.

But instead of letting the series run its course, the network decided to once again pull the rug out from under the show’s fans and pulled the series off the air before all 13 episodes had aired. They did state, however, that they would air the remaining 4 episodes in the summer.

With summer now just around the corner, ABC has finally given an air date for the remaining episodes. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the network will be airing any of the previous episodes before the 22nd, but you can watch episodes 5-9 over at the ABC site in its entirely.

While the news is not as promising as a second season renewal, at least fans can have some closure with the show before the Drake closes its doors for good.

Source: Deadline

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“After surviving a year of econometrics, I’ve learned that I’m capable of doing anything.” —Robert Buckley

Earlier this month, UC San Diego hosted its annual Triton Day. Robert Buckley shared his recollections of time spent at UCSD, the struggles of being an actor and advice for future students…as well as the latest Hollywood scoop. Stay tuned for an exclusive profile on Buckley!

source: http://talkingtriton.wordpress.com/2013/04/29/inside-the-triton-studio-robert-buckley/