We just can’t get enough of those love triangles. Neither can Red Band Society, which has cast Bella Thorne as a new pot-stirrer.
In its first five episodes, Red Band Society has already complicated its characters’ love lives. Emma (Ciara Chota) likes Leo (Charlie Rowe), who likes her back, but Jordi (Nolan Sotillo) also likes Emma, while Kara (Zoe Levin) may or may not like Leo and/or Dash (Astro), who definitely likes Nurse Brittany (Rebecca Rittenhouse), who has a major crush on Dr. McAndrew (Dave Annable).
Keeping up with all that? Good, because it’s about to get even more complicated.
E! Online reports that actress Bella Thorne will be appearing in the Fox dramedy later this season as pop star Delaney Shaw, who checks into the hospital for “exhaustion.”
She’ll likely be making a move on one of the boys – will Emma suddenly have competition for the affections of her boys? (It’s about time!) Or will she perhaps challenge Kara for the affections of Dash? We’ll see.
You might also recognise Thorne from her roles The O.C., Wizards of Waverly Place and Big Love.
Red Band Society is currently in the middle of a short hiatus, but will return next week with season 1, episode 6, “Ergo Ego.”
The episode will introduce Mandy Moore as Dr. McAndrew’s ex-fiancée, and Daren Kagasoff as “bad boy” patient Hunter.
We’ll also find out what happens to Nurse Jackson (Octavia Spencer), who last episode switched out Charlie (Griffin Gluck)’s blood sample to ensure he would stay at Ocean Park Hospital for treatment.
Red Band Society season 1, episode 6, “Ergo Ego,” airs Wednesday, November 5 at 9/8c on Fox.
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