‘The Arrangement’ Episode Guide (March 12): Kyle and Megan Head to Venice

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‘The Arrangement’ Episode Guide (March 12): Kyle and Megan Head to Venice

“The Ex” (03/12/17) – Kyle & Megan’s relationship starts with a whirlwind trip to Venice where they both have very different reactions to Lisbeth, Megan experiences some of the best and worst her new life has to offer & Megan is surprised when Kyle pulls back the curtain on some of his true colors for the first time.

E!’s second scripted series, “The Arrangement” is a multi-layered Hollywood love story about the darker side of being a celebrity where no one is what they seem. The 10 episode one-hour series from Emmy Award-Winning writer/EP Jonathan Abrahams and Universal Cable Productions stars Josh Henderson (“Dallas”), Christine Evangelista (“Chicago Fire”), Lexa Doig (“Continuum”) and Michael Vartan (“Alias”).

The show follows Megan Morrison (Evangelista), a beautiful young actress who auditions for the female lead in a summer blockbuster playing opposite Kyle West (Henderson), one of the world’s top movie stars. After Megan’s amazing audition leads to an incredible first date (and more) with Kyle, her Cinderella story takes an unexpected turn when she is presented with a contract that would change her life forever and secure her fame.

However, it raises the question: is their relationship about love or about the contract? And while Megan has a mysterious past she is trying to keep hidden, Kyle seems to be hiding his own big secret as well. Kyle’s mentor Terence Anderson (Vartan), runs a self-help organization called the Institute of The Higher Mind and is married to Kyle’s producing partner Deann (Doig) and is the creator of this contract that is designed to “protect” Kyle. But are his own motives much more sinister? In a town where fame means everything, Megan must decide how far she’s willing to go to launch her career and whether or not she will accept The Arrangement.

Produced by Universal Cable Productions, “The Arrangement” pilot, directed by Ken Olin, was written by Jonathan Abrahams (“Mad Men”), who will serve as executive producer on the series. Jimmy Fox of Main Event Media along with Layla Smith and Gregory Lipstone of All3Media America and director Jonas Pate, will also serve as executive producers.

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