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Tune-In Notice: Lifetime Rewinds Drop Dead Diva

Lifetime will offer fans of Drop Dead Diva the opportunity to catch the pilot episode of the series, as well as several other episodes from the first season, on Sunday, April 8th.

The cable network will air four episodes--featuring guest stars Rosie O'Donnell, Sharon Lawrence, Sean Maher, Mark Moses, and David Berman--when it reairs the pilot, and episodes "The F Word," "Do Over" and "The Chinese Wall" on Sunday beginning at 8 pm ET/PT.

Season Three, meanwhile, is set to begin in June.

The full press release can be found below.

LIFETIME TELEVISION'S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED HIT SERIES DROP DEAD DIVA WILL REBROADCAST THE PILOT AND THREE ADDITIONAL EPISODES ON SUNDAY, APRIL 8 FROM 8:00PM ET/PT TO MIDNIGHT.

SEE IT FROM THE BEGINNING!


The Drop Dead Diva season one original pilot, will air on Sunday, April 8 starting at 8:00pm ET/PT.  Following the pilot episodes, Lifetime will broadcast three additional season one episodes back-to-back, including "The F Word," "Do Over" and The Chinese Wall. The episodes airing feature an array of guest stars including Rosie O'Donnell, Sharon Lawrence, Sean Maher ("Serenity"), Mark Moses ("Desperate Housewives") and David Berman ("CSI).

The one-hour, comedic drama tells the story of a shallow wannabe model who dies in a sudden car accident only to find her soul resurfacing in the body of a brilliant, plus-size and recently deceased attorney, Jane.  Produced by Sony Pictures Television, Drop Dead Diva features Brooke Elliott, Margaret Cho, Jackson Hurst, Kate Levering, April Bowlby, Josh Stamberg and Ben Feldman.

*   Season 3 returns June, 2011 on Lifetime with previously announced guest stars: LeAnn Rimes, Wendy Williams, Paula Abdul, Nick Zano, Mario Lopez, Tony Goldwyn and Jennifer Tilly

*     You can also catch up on DROP DEAD DIVA seasons 1 and 2 via iTunes, Amazon.com, Hulu (season 2 from May 19-June 19),  Netflix (season 1)

*   DROP DEAD DIVA's Season 2 DVD goes on-sale May 3.

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