The Arrangement: The Ferro Family by H.M. WardTHE SERIES WITH OVER A MILLION COPIES SOLD
Volume 1 in the bestselling Arrangement Serials
Genre: New Adult Romance Series
FML is becoming Averys motto. Just when she doesnt think things could get any worse, they do. When her car stalls out at a busy intersection and she gets out to check under the hood, a guy steals her car. Armed with a dress and a pair of Chucks, Avery runs after the thief. When a hot stranger offers to help, she cant say no. Thats how Avery meets Sean Ferro, the totally sexy, totally damaged guy with more secrets than she has time for.
Avery doesnt have time for anything anymore. Her is life falling apart and its not just the car. Its everything, and it doesnt matter how tightly she tries to hold on, theres nothing left to hold on to. With the sudden death of her parents, its only a matter of months until Averys shot at college is gone, and shes living in a cardboard box. Other students have their families to rely on when things get bad. Avery has no one.
But theres one option, one incredibly sexy, morally devoid, option. If Avery takes a job as a call girl, one guy could save her. One client. One time. She just has to say yes.
On April 13, , E! On May 29, , the series was cancelled after two seasons. Megan Morrison, a young actress, auditions to play the female lead in a high profile film opposite action star Kyle West. She meets Terrence Anderson, the leader of the Institute of the Higher Mind, a self-help organization. The show centers around the Hollywood actor and actress's relationship, and is an " 'amalgam' of stories inside Hollywood about arranged relationships against the backdrop of self-help programs". Some reviews suggest it was inspired by Scientology and the relationship between Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. On September 11, , it was announced that Jacob Artist would recur during season two as a character named Wes Blaker.
On Sunday night, E! Below, an exploration of the seven most Scientologist things that happened in the premiere. The Institute of the Higher Mind. The three imperatives. One of the most notorious is bullbaiting, where a coach tries to get a rise out of a student with insults and threats until the student no longer reacts. According to L. The Institute wants approval on any interactions Megan has with the media.
In the first episode of “The Arrangement,” aspiring actress Megan Morrison ( Christine Evangelista) is asked to settle a bet between two young.
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If you counted down the days until Going Clear aired or watched every episode of Leah Remini's takedown of Scientology, then you will likely fall into the void that is The Arrangement. Truthfully, I was hesitant to watch E! - Megan Morrison West is the main character in E!
But the Washington Post was right, in a sense. Part of what the show does best is shine a light on the darker and manipulative side of Hollywood. So we really show the rejection and the pressures of Hollywood. Similarly, when HuffPost spoke to series creator Jonathan Abrahams, he said that everything on the show is borne from personal experiences. He gave the example of the speech that Deann Lexa Doig gives to Annika Courtney Paige in the pilot episode about force of personality and the difference between talent and success. I think one of the things that was so interesting to me about doing this show, is when you are talking about a romantic relationship that requires intimacy and authenticity as this sort of bedrock, how do you do that in a world where authenticity is so scarce?
Sign in. While Megan comes to a decision about her relationship with Kyle, Kyle makes a move that could upend his entire life. Terence and DeAnn move forward with a plan that could change everything. Kyle and Megan take a trip to her hometown to officiate her best friend's wedding. Terrence takes time for reflection after a blowup with Kyle.
Now in its second season, E! The show is not advertised as being based on it in any way, but what does the Church of Scientology think of The Arrangement? Shortly after the show's premiere, The Washington Post 's Bethonie Butler wrote in a review that this institute was "clearly meant to evoke Scientology," and claimed Kyle and Megan's complicated love story was a "thinly-veiled spin" on rumors surrounding Cruise and Holmes' real-life relationship. However, it appears that the church hasn't issued a statement regarding the show. This may stem from the fact that the cast and showrunners have been very conscious not to draw any specific comparisons between the real belief system and the fictional "Institute Of The Higher Mind.