The show centers around a young actress named Megan Morrison who gives an audition in a Hollywood film to play the lead role. In this process, she meets the leader of the Institute of the Higher Mind named Terence Anderson. He places an offer in front of her that he will give her the title of ‘arrangement’ if she gets into a contract to marry Kyle West. He also makes an offer of 10 million dollars to her. Megan enters into a relationship with Kyle West. They deeply fall for each other and things get messier when their past tries to threaten them.
Being forced into a relationship is never nice, things should happen naturally. Unfortunately for the people in this show, things are arranged for them. Anyhow, things get even messier when the two actually fall for each other. There is nothing worse for a perfectly logical contract than the inclusion of emotions into the deal and read on to find out how the show portrays this.
The Arrangement Cast: Who is in it?
The main cast of the series includes Christine Evangelista as Megan Morrison West, an unknown actress who is plucked after an audition and offered a contract to marry one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Josh Henderson appears as Kyle West, the said star and also one of the hottest actors in Hollywood supposedly. He is also the face of IHM or the Institute of the Higher Mind. Notably, Henderson is known for his roles in ‘Dallas’ and ‘Desperate Housewives‘. Lexa Doig appears as DeAnn Anderson, a successful Hollywood producer, a high ranking member of the IHM and Terence’s wife. Michael Vartan plays Terence Anderson, Kyle’s producing partner and more importantly the leader of the IHM. Carra Patterson appears as Shaun, Megan’s best friend who is a lawyer who later gets involved with the IHM.
The recurring cast of the series includes Autumn Reeser as Leslie Belcamp, Ashley Grace as Lisbeth, Katharine Isabelle as Hope, Ashley Grace as Lisbeth, Kyle Toy as Zach, Courtney Paige as Annika, Ruffin Prentiss as Xavier Hughes and Jacob Artist as Wes Blaker. Overall, they capture the intricacies of Hollywood, the IHM and the power play rather well.