Shannen Doherty and Sarah Michelle Gellar sit down for an intimate interview exclusively on ET. The two reunited at Doherty’s Malibu home for an emotional conversation about Doherty’s stage 4 cancer battle, ‘BH90210,’ friendship and quarantine.
Sarah Michelle Gellar pulls up to her DRIVE-INterview to talk about early moments in her career and her relationship with Freddie Prinze Jr. Plus, she shares how she finally showed her kids “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Tune in to the show for more with Sarah!
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‘Sometimes I Lie’ Limited Series Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar & Produced By Ellen DeGeneres Lands At Fox
DEADLINE – Fox has given a script commitment plus penalty to Sometimes I Lie, a limited series starring and executive produced by Buffy the Vampire Slayer alumna Sarah Michelle Gellar. The project, based on former BBC journalist Alice Feeney’s debut novel, hails from Oscar-nominated writer Robin Swicord (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Ellen DeGeneres’ A Very Good Production, Warner Bros TV where the company is based, and Fox Entertainment.
Penned by Swicord, Sometimes I Lie stars Gellar as Amber Reynolds, who is in a coma. She can’t remember how she got there, but she knows it wasn’t an accident. Terrified and trapped in her own body, she tries to piece together her memories of the last week. With a husband who no longer loves her, a sister hiding a dangerous secret, and an ex-boyfriend who can’t let go of her, Amber knows someone is lying – and that her life is still very much in danger. Alternating between her paralyzed present, the week before her accident, and a series of childhood diaries from 20 years ago, this psychological thriller asks: Is something really a lie if you believe it’s the truth?