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Hart of Dixie Interview: Meet Wade Kinsella

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Dr. Zoe Hart will be a wanted woman on Hart of Dixie.

As we've already seen, despite his engagement to another woman, Scott Porter's George Tucker will take an interest in Rachel Bilson's character. What about Wade Kinsella, the southern player who shares a power generation with Zoe? And, on the series premiere, might share a lot more?

Let's hear more about this individual from the man who will bring him to life, Wilson Bethel:

The CW has also released yet another promo for Hart of Dixie, which premieres on September 26. Check it out below.

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    A refreshing, simple life style with cute comedy and relationships. I love the show and hope it stays on.


    I LOVE Wade!


    this looks like a one season show. I don't know why but although it seems interesting it also seems a little dry, like lacking something. Hellcats and Life Unexpected were inte resting shows,and yet look what happened :( Fingers crossed for this to be a success after the mega failure of Gossip Girl and the AWESOME Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle. Mind you, not all shows should be supernatural etc, but somehow that seems to be the current trend...that, or a comedy such as How I met your Mother or The Big Bang Theory.