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Ringer is a CW television series starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. On May 13, 2011 it was reported that the project had been picked up to series by The CW. Its pilot aired Tuesday, September 13, 2011. In October 2011, the CW picked up a full twenty-two-episode season.

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Ringer is a noir thriller centering around a recovering addict who is set to testify against the mob but, fearing her safety, instead chooses to go on the run and take on her wealthy twin sister's identity only to find that she too has a price on her head.

Tuesdays 9/8c on The CW.

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Ringer free on CW

I’m rewatching Ringer on the CWTV and it’s great rewatching it and all, however I did notice that they changed the music, which is a shame because I feel like some of the songs they had as background were great mood setters for the scenes. The new songs aren’t bad but I prefer the original. If anybody knows where else to watch Ringer, please let me know!

08:37 UTC


It was such a great show!! Why was it cancelled?

I'm rewatching the show on CW Seed now. It was really good then and it still would be if they rebooted it. Netflix should or even CW Seed should pick it up as an original series. Sarah Michelle Gellar is an amazing actress and This show had a really good storyline and I would love to see how it would progress with all the creative twists and turns.

04:10 UTC


It looks like this sub is dead but I want to talk about the finale anyway.....

I'm super disappointed that the sisters never came face to face. I'm also disappointed that we didn't get to see what ended up happening to Andrew and Juliet.

Also, wtf happened to Malcolm. They never found his body so we don't know if he was actually dead of if he was in hiding.

22:07 UTC



I am looking of the portrait of Siobhan, that hangs in their house. The big b&w one. Does anyone have it in good quality?

13:56 UTC


I love(d) this show, but one thing always bothered me... possible [Spoilers]

One thing that always bothered me was how the hell did Andrew not realize that it wasn't Siobhan? Yes, they are identical twins, but there is no way that they would have the same personality, especially after being apart for so many years and having drastically different lifestyles. Was Siobhan that vapid of a person that she had no personality? or did Andrew simply not know her that well? What are your thoughts?

20:17 UTC


Has anybody heard/read about a DVD release?

I've accepted that the show was canceled, but I'd love to at least buy the first season on DVD.

18:27 UTC


What do you think the chances are

For one shot episode/tv-movie to wrap everything up?

05:48 UTC


It's Tuesday with No Ringer :-(

I just realized that it is Tuesday and there will be no Ringer for the week. And to top that off, we don't even know if we will get another episode ever. That may have been it. I hope not, I want to see so much more, but I might have to let go of yet another show that I loved. I am sad panda and I didn't know what other shoulders there were to cry on except for you guys. tear

16:11 UTC


Episode Discussion - S01E22, "I'm the Good Twin" [Spoilers]

Discuss tonight's episode.

Title: I'm the Good Twin Directed by: Eriq LaSalle Written by: Eric Charmelo & Nicole Snyder

In the season finale, as the vow renewal nears, Bridget realizes she first needs to tell Andrew the truth about who she really is despite the risks of her charade being exposed. Meanwhile, just as Bodaway Macawi and his thugs start to close in on Bridget, Agent Machado is forced off the case, but decides to go around the law anyway to protect her. Also, Henry must decide whether he should tell Bridget the truth about Siobhan being alive and well and conspiring with her to destroy Andrew's career.

04:56 UTC


Ringer Sub Resurrection

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening fellow ringer addicts.

I wanted to ask you guys what can be done in this sub to bring up a little more activity? One of my personal favorite things about a sub for a tv show is the episode discussions, so I am trying to make sure that there is something up for us to discuss the current week's activities. Please feel free to make the episode discussions yourself. But aside from Episode Discussions, what else would you guys like to see in this sub? Let me know and we will see what we can do.

Thanks, Tess

16:43 UTC


Episode Discussion - S01E21, "It's Called Improvising, Bitch!" [Spoilers]

Episode Discussion for April 12, 2012

Title: If You're Just an Evil Bitch Then Get Over It Directed by: Janice Cooke Written by: Scott Nimerfro

Andrew catches Catherine trying to fake Bridget's suicide, so she holds them both hostage along with Juliet. Running out of options, Catherine calls Olivia, who is revealed to be her lover. Olivia tells Catherine to bring Bridget to her house, so they can run away together. When Catherine and Bridget arrive, Agent Machado arrests Catherine having heard the conversation at the apartment after Bridget secretly calls him. Meanwhile, the main witness against Henry dies of a drug overdose and Siobhan gives birth to twin girls. Henry asks the nurse for a paternity test, showing his doubts about Siobhan.

16:35 UTC


Episode Discussion - S01E20, "If You're Just an Evil Bitch Then Get Over It" [Spoilers]

Discuss tonight's episode.

Title: If You're Just an Evil Bitch Then Get Over It

Directed by: Roger Kumble Written by: Cathryn Humphris

DESPERATE TIMES CALL FOR DESPERATE MEASURES - Still posing as Siobhan (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Bridget admits to Agent Machado (Nestor Carbonell) that someone tried to kill her months earlier and she thought it was Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd). Bridget goes to Henry's (Kristoffer Polaha) apartment, where Siobhan overhears Bridget accuse Henry of Tyler's (guest star Justin Bruening) murder. Meanwhile, Catherine (guest star Andrea Roth) goes to desperate extremes to bring Andrew closer to her. Roger Kumble directed the episode written by Cathryn Humphris.

06:28 UTC


Episode Discussion - S1E17 "What We Have Is Worth The Pain" (SPOILERS)

Things are really coming to a head now. Siobhan's explained her master plan, but Bridget is still playing catchup. I find myself swinging between wanting that douchebag Cash to strangle Juliet, to wanting Juliet to strangle her mom. We still don't know what Andrew did to Malcolm, or who killed Tyler, and now Andrew's taken a bullet for Bridget (though I doubt he'll die.)

Does anyone else hope that this just ends up being a really good 1 season series? I feel like it's really coming together and they'd have to come up with a whole new convoluted plot to continue on another season. As it stands, we have five more episodes in the season, which seems like a good amount of episodes to wrap everything up.

06:20 UTC


The people trying to kill Siobhan (Spoilers from the last few episodes)

In recent episodes, Bridget has referred to the attempts on "her" (Siobhan's) life and how her-as-Siobhan's life is in danger (entirely apart from Macawi wanting her-as-Bridget dead). For example, when she was retracing Siobhan's steps of September 8 with the help of the limo driver, she ended up at the shooting range, where she saw "Charlie's" (John DiLario's) picture on the wall, and she briefly thought he could have been the one who was trying to kill Siobhan. In yesterday's episode, Bridget started suspecting Olivia was the one behind the murder attempt(s), probably because Siobhan had caught on to their financial crookery.

My main question is: Is Bridget referring to the attempted murderer from the pilot episode who had Siobhan's picture and name in his pocket? And then in episode 2, I think, when the dead hitman's cell phone rings in the trunk during that party, after which, if I remember correctly, another man came after Bridget or confronted her about the dead hitman, and possibly tried to kill her as well? (Other than the cell phone in the trunk ringing during the party, I'm fuzzy on the details of that episode.)

My second question, then, is why does none of this appear in the "previously seen" clips before each episode? I assumed that events that haven't come back into Bridget's life since episode 2 but that are mentioned in the current episode would warrant a memory refresher if anything does. The absence of any reminder about the original hitman is the main thing that made me wonder whether Bridget was actually referring to this original attempt(s) on Siobhan's life, or something more recent.

Thanks for any clarification and reminders you can give me.

22:54 UTC


Where would one go to watch episodes of this show?

For a while, I was going on the CW's website, but I didn't keep up with the first couple episodes, and then I got lost. I was just beginning to enjoy myself, but they only keep 5 episodes up at a time, and I ended up missing some important plot points.

Any help would be appreciated:)

02:12 UTC


S1E13 "It's Easy to Cry, When This Much Cash Is Involved" Discussion [spoilers]

Bridget visits some of the last locations Siobhan went before she disappeared and discovers that Siobhan kept a secret office. Olivia finds out some information about Henry and blackmails him into introducing her to Gemma's wealthy father Tim Arbogast. Meanwhile, in Paris, Tyler struggles with a moral decision that could affect Siobhan and Andrew.

01:28 UTC


Episode Discussion S01E12: "What Are You Doing Here, Ho-Bag?" [SPOILER]

Title: It Just Got Normal Directed by: Jerry Levine Written by: Hank Chilton

Summary: ANDREA ROTH GUEST STARS - Juliet's (Zoey Deutch) mother Catherine (guest star Andrea Roth) arrives in town, where she proceeds to wreak havoc on Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) and Bridget's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) relationship. Bridget discovers someone from Siobhan's past and thinks he might be the key to her learning more information about her sister. Meanwhile, Henry (Kristoffer Polaha) discovers a lead that causes Agent Machado (Nestor Carbonell) to think he is closing in on Bridget. Mike Colter also stars.

21:22 UTC


Has Ringer returned yet?

So Ringer was initially supposed to return on January 10th, then it was pushed back to the 31st. I'm in Australia so have been watching the torrent sites and newsgroups for the new episode, but nothing's appeared, and I haven't seen anything else to suggest that it's been pushed back again. What's the deal?

19:55 UTC


The Ringer on a break?

Hello fellow Ringer Folk. I can't figure out what happened. Am I missing episodes or did the show go on break? I haven't seen anything since Episode 10. If so, when is it coming back and what are we going to do in the meantime? The lack of ability to see the show is killing me.

17:17 UTC


Has it gotten better?

I watched the pilot (out of devotion to SMG), and was absolutely unimpressed. Did not watch anything after that, but does r/Ringer feel the series has hit it's stride yet?

i.e., is it worth a second shot?

17:52 UTC


Ringer S01E08 - Promo [Spoilers]

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15:08 UTC


Episode Discussion - S01E07, "Oh Gawd, There's Two of Them?" [Spoilers]

Discuss tonight's episode.

Title: The Poor Kids Do It Everyday

Directed by: Eriq La Salle

Written by: Pam Veasey

Summary: With Agent Machado pressing down, Bridget, still pretending to be Siobhan, tells Andrew and Henry that she has a twin sister. Henry is now suspected of being responsible for Gemma's disappearance. Juliet's partying is out of control. After escaping, Malcolm is on the run from his kidnappers.

02:03 UTC


Just got done watching the pilot...

...why did Juliet get kicked out of boarding school? What was that thing supposed to be? A pot pipe? A vial of coke? It looked like a little vibrator or something, I don't get it.

08:28 UTC

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