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Sara • April 21, 2018 • 0 Comments

Hello everyone! A while back we shared the news that Sophia would guest star in an episode of the new Netflix series featuring Zach Braff called “Alex, Inc.”, and now we finally have more information about the episode and her character. The episode is titled “The Cop Car”, and it will be released on Netflix April 25th! You can read on for more information, and I have updated our gallery with episode stills.

EW – Looks like Alex Schuman has some competition on his hands! In these exclusive images from the April 25 episode of Alex, Inc., Sophia Bush guest-stars as Vanessa Stanhope, a rival radio producer trying to steal away Alex’s devoted producer, Deirdre (Hillary Anne Matthews), with an offer to host her very own show.

In the episode, titled “The Cop Car,” Alex (Zach Braff) once again has to navigate an unforeseen obstacle as he tries to get his podcast off the ground, and finds himself in trouble with his wife, Rooni (Tiya Sircar), after he reveals a private moment to his audience. Meanwhile his son Ben (Elisha Henig) learns of a crush at school.

Braff made his post-Scrubs TV return in Alex, Inc. last month, playing a married father of two who quits his successful radio job to launch a podcasting enterprise. The ABC series is inspired by the popular podcast StartUp and loosely based on host Alex Blumberg documenting the trials of pitching his own company.

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