– Privileged is a young show, they deal with a lot of current issues, as well as offer a little bit of escapism. Jo Anna Garcia hopes that people tune in because it makes them feel good, but they still feel like they’re getting all the juicy drama.– People should watch Privileged because they would be surprised at what they would find. discover today's best beauty hacks and the top style secrets!actress, who plays former government assassin sameen shaw on the cbs drama person of interest, welcomed twins, daughter violet moon and son knox blue, on sunday, march 1, at home in los angeles, a rep for shahi tells people exclusively.Press play below and continue reading about Joanna's "Privileged" predictions after the jump. And, she broke our hearts when she suggested that Megan and her uber-hot beau, Will (Brian Hallisay), wouldn't stay together for much longer."I think that her relationship with Will was going to end in kind of a heartbreaking way, and really end." So what about any budding romances with Robert Buckley's character, magazine editor David Besser?Recently, I took part in a conference call to interview Jo Anna Garcia (Megan) & Brian Hallisay (Will) from PRIVILEGED, which airs on Tuesdays at 9pm on the CW.
"There was going to be the addition of a new really amazing girlfriend for her to confide in," she explained.Privileged is an American television comedy-drama that premiered on The CW in the United States and City in Canada on September 9, 2008.The series stars Jo Anna Garcia and is based on the Alloy Entertainment book How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls by Zoey Dean.In 2011, Hallisay was cast in the third installment of Hostel where he played the lead character.In 2012, Hallisay appeared in two episodes of The CW's series Ringer, and he signed a deal with Lifetime to appear as Kyle Parks in the drama series The Client List.