Air Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Time Slot: 9:00 PM-10:00 PM EST on FREEFORM
Episode Title: (#101) "Bridge and Tunnel"
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Zelda Williams ('Dead of Summer') Narrates

What would you say if you could write an anonymous letter to your friend? Four besties are about to find out on the series premiere of new unscripted series "The Letter," airing TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11 (9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on Freeform.

In the premiere episode, titled "Bridge and Tunnel," four best friends from New Jersey who met in college and have been inseparable ever since decide to take on the letter challenge. They will each draw names and anonymously write to the selected person a thoughtful, yet totally honest letter outlining their opinion of what needs to be changed in order to improve and transform their friend's life for the better.

· Jill is the outgoing one of the group, but her friends are concerned that she spends way too much time obsessed with her looks.

· Amy is the shy one, who doesn't make any effort to meet people, shielding her heart after a toxic relationship.

· Lekwon, the flirty one who is usually juggling four guys at once, can't seem to settle down or be comfortable with her own company.

· Rory is the drama queen who schedules her entire life around her two dogs, often breaking plans with her friends to spend time with her pets.

When each girl receives their letter, they are required to follow all of the letter's instructions for one week. Rory has to spend time without her dogs; Amy must go out on a blind date; Lekwon needs to delete all her dating apps; and Jill faces why she's so concerned with her appearance.

"The Letter" is a bold, new relationship show that asks the simple question: "If you could anonymously tell your best friend in a letter the things that he or she really needed to hear, would you do it?" In each stand-alone episode, four friends draw names and anonymously write to the selected person a thoughtful, yet totally honest letter outlining their opinion of what needs to be changed in order to improve and transform their friend's life for the better. For one week, each "reader" must follow all the rules and instructions outlined in the letter - culminating in a dramatic and emotionally charged meeting where the authors of each letter reveal themselves to their best friends. The series is narrated by actress Zelda Williams ("Dead of Summer").

"The Letter" is produced by Sirens Media, part of Leftfield Entertainment, an ITV America company. Executive producers for Sirens Media are Rebecca Toth Diefenbach, Valerie Haselton, Lucilla D'Agostino, Jack Mori and Arthur Borman. Zelda Williams serves as producer.

About Freeform

Part of the Disney|ABC Television Group, Freeform is distributed in 94 million homes. The network connects to audiences and goes beyond entertainment with bold original programming and immersive social engagement. The network delivers a unique mix of quality original and acquired series, plus fan favorite movies and the holiday events "13 Nights of Halloween" and "25 Days of Christmas." The Freeform app is a service that allows viewers with participating TV subscription services access to 24/7 live viewing of the network, as well as continued on-demand access via a wide array of devices.

About Sirens Media

Sirens Media was founded in 2005 by Co-Presidents Rebecca Toth Diefenbach and Valerie Haselton, and has produced hundreds of hours of innovative, bold and compelling top-rated programming for the major cable networks. Sirens is best known for producing powerhouse reality series "Real Housewives of New Jersey" for Bravo. The series has repeatedly broken ratings records for the network and remains in the forefront of the cultural zeitgeist. Sirens' successful, longstanding partnership with Discovery ID currently boasts seven series on the air for the network, including "House of Horrors," "Evil Kin," "Nightmare Next Door" and "Hell House." Other current Sirens credits include RHONJ spinoff series "Manzo'd with Children" (Bravo), "Thicker Than Water" (Bravo), "For My Man" (tvOne), and the true crime series "Killing Fields" for Discovery Channel. In 2013, Sirens became part of Leftfield Entertainment (an ITV America company).

About Leftfield Entertainment

Founded by producer and CEO Brent Montgomery in 2013, Leftfield Entertainment produces compelling content across various programming genres, including reality, docu-series, lifestyle programming, documentary and competition. Anchored by flagship production company Leftfield Pictures ("Pawn Stars"), the Leftfield Entertainment group also includes Sirens Media ("The Real Housewives of New Jersey"), Loud TV ("Tiny House Nation"), Outpost Entertainment ("Forged in Fire") and Riot Creative. ITV acquired Leftfield Entertainment in May 2014.

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