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666 Park Avenue
ABC has officially given the axe to supernatural soap 666 Park Avenue. This likely comes as a surprise to no one.
Jane changes her mind on leaving the Drake when Nona opens up to her.
Gavin enlists the help of Dr. Evans to draw blood from Olivia to make sure her fainting spell was nothing more serious than too much alcohol.
Bad things happen at the Drake on Halloween. Don't act so surprised.
Annie tells more lies to get rid of her Russian torturer, and Basketcase opens up.
Jane sees a little ghost girl, while Gavin encourages Henry to be more ambitious.
Jane discovers the Drake is filled with birds, and Gavin gives Henry a "test"
Welcome to Park Avenue, the scariest address since '90210'
I’ll admit it: I did not have high hopes for 666 Park Ave. With virtually no advertising until this past weekend’s Emmy Awards, I guessed that it would be a soapy blend of Desperate Housewives and The Secret Circle: something kind of trashy, kind of frivolous, and largely forgettable. I am pleased to discover that I was wrong.