Grand Opening!

Welcome to Introducing Kennedy – the web’s first fansite for rising star Kennedy McCann. The main site is still being built but be sure to bookmark us as we will be your premiere destination for all things Kennedy. The gallery is currently online and already holds over 350 high definition screencaptures from Kennedy’s appearances on Gone and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. More will be added in the coming months as promotion ramps up for Kennedy’s latest project, Nancy Drew.

Come back soon and don’t forget to say hello in the comments!

“Law & Order: SVU” Screencaptures Added

Kennedy’s second television role was a guest appearance on a 2018 episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Our gallery has been updated with x240 high definition screencaptures from the episode.

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“Gone” Screencaptures Added

Kennedy made her first television appearance with a guest role in the 2017 series Gone and our gallery has been updated with x116 high definition screencaptures.

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“Nancy Drew” Picked Up to Series!

IP rules the CW’s new series orders. The network has picked up to series Batwoman, starring Ruby Rose; Riverdale spinoff Katy Keene, headlined by Lucy Hale; and Nancy Drew, toplined by Kennedy McMann. Batwoman, featuring a lesbian superhero, and Katy Keene come from Greg Berlanti’s Berlanti Prods. and Warner Bros. TV; Nancy Drew hails from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire and CBS TV Studios.

Kennedy McMann, who plays Nancy Drew, is considered a potential breakout star on the series, which has Freddie Prinze Jr. playing her dad. Launching a Nancy Drew TV series has been a priority for CBS TV Studios, which has the rights to the the classic YA mystery books. The studio developed two Nancy Drew series over the past four years, Drew at CBS during the 2015-16 development season, which went to pilot starring Sarah Shahi, and Nancy Drew at NBC last season. Both incarnations, from writers Tony Phelan and Joan Rater, were conceived as sequels to the books, with an adult Nancy Drew at the center. The studio’s third attempt with a teen heroine and new writers proved to be the charm.

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