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PRETTY LITTLE LIARS' Amanda Schull Joins USA Pilot from Creators of NUMB3RS

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According to TVLine, Pretty Little Liars and One Tree Hill star Amanda Schull has been cast in an as-of-yet untitled USA Network pilot drama from the creators of Numb3rs, Nicolas Falacci an Cheryl Heuton.

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The series is based on a short story by Elmore Leonard from the anthology When The Women Come Out To Dance. It follows a Miami businessman (played by Bryan Greenberg), who marries a Colombian woman in an attempt to bolster his chances of being elected to political office. The new wife reveals herself to be an interesting and important resource to his political career.

Schull will play 'Melody Pruitt-Morales', the daughter of Greenberg's rich, former U.S. senator, ex-girlfriend. Schull's character is married to the Miami district attorney.

Schull has appeared on TV in Vegas, The Mentalist, Grimm, Psych, Two and a Half Men, Castle, Hawaii Five-0, Bones, Lie to Me, Ghost Whisperer, Cold Case, The Cleaner and more. Her film credits include J. Edgar, Sorority Wars, Women on Top and Center Stage.


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