Tori (Jillian Clare) is still sneaking around with her bad boy Riley (Marco James) in the latest episode of addictive, teen, web sudser Miss Behave, much to her brother Billy's (Trevor Nelson) chagrin! Tori missed the audition for the lead in Romeo and Juliet, while hanging with Riley and bad seed Tasha (Bianca Magick), although something tells me Tori will do whatever it takes to prove to Mr. Owens (Darin Brooks) just how bad she wants the part! Keep checking back this weekend for my chat with Clare, star and executive producer of one of Koldcast's most-watched current series! READ MORE
It looks like while I was off waking up in Vegas like Katy Perry for the 37th Annual Daytime Emmys, the first two episodes of Miss Behave, the new, Koldcast teen sudser starring Days of Our Lives alums Jillian Clare (ex-Abby) and Darin Brooks (ex-Max) premiered! Miss Behave— for which Clare also serves as an executive producer— tells the webisodic story of Tori Archer (Clare), a spoiled, 16-year-old, Malibu heiress, who is crushing on bad boy Riley (Marco James) and telling as many lies as she has to to be with him.
Tori is caught between her two best friends, sweet Danielle (Jenna Stone), whom Tori has known since high school and Tasha (Bianca Magick), a trouble making minx and the ultimate bad influence on Tori. Tori's college-aged, big brother, Billy (Trevor Nelson) is dealing with boyfriend and Mommy issues, while Tori's own ex-boyfriend from grade school, Dylan (Brett DelBuono) doesn't quite realize that particular ship has sailed and sunk.
Rounding out the cast is Brooks as Blake Owens, the drama teacher who is determined to see Tori play Juliet in a school production of Shakespeare's tragedy. Something tells me Mr. Owens will end up doing more than running lines with his young pupil!
I just watched the first two episodes of the web sudser and I am beyond impressed with the quality production values, pacing, characterization and realistic dialogue. I maybe would ditch the characters talking the plot aloud so much, but it isn't that problematic. I give the show a solid recommendation! Check out the first two episodes of Miss Behave after the jump, then head on over to the official website to learn all about the Miss Behave Universe! READ MORE