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Scott D. Pierce writes about television for the Salt Lake Tribune. Vice president of the Television Critics Associationn, he's covered TV in Utah since 1990.

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“Breaking Pointe” secrets revealed in Season 2 trailer

The second season of the made-in-Utah series "Breaking Pointe" doesn’t premiere until July 29, but The CW has released a one-minute trailer that gives away a few things from inside the Ballet West troupe:

• "Rex [Tilton] and I are no longer together," says Allison DeBona, taking a whole bunch of the mystery out of that.

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• "Ronnie is injured," says Rex Tilton. "That’s going to open up an opportunity."

• And Ronnie Underwood’s injury is a "disaster." "What’s my worst-case scenario?" he asks. The response: "You could lose your foot."

Yikes. Two-and-a-half months before the first full episode of Season 2 airs.

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