Teen web series ‘Miss Behave’ adds a few familiar faces to its cast for its second season.
The second of the popular teen web series Miss Behave will be here soon and with new season comes some familiar faces. “Our teen show has become the little engine that could,” says creator and executive producer Susan Bernhardt. “I think most people were surprised at the quality of our production and once they saw it they knew we were really on to something and they wanted to be part of it.”
Days of Our Lives hunk Eric Martsolf (Brady) joins the cast as movie star Marcus Dunne. His character will be represented by the Queen, who also happens to represent the main character (and the Queen’s daughter), Tori Archer, played by series lead Jillian Clare. Clare (ex-Abby, Days of Our Lives) also serves as co-executive producer of the series. “So many of our new cast members have been my friends for many years – it’s so exciting to finally all work together on such an amazing indie project!”
Also joining the group of guest stars are former 10 Things I Hate About You star Kyle Kaplan as DJ. Tori’s ex-boyfriend Dylan (Brett DelBuono) has a brand new neighbor Sam, Madisen Beaty (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button). Real life party planner Chris Rossi is scheduled for to appear in several webisodes as Jorge, an overworked party planner sent by the Queen to coordinate Tori birthday party.
The show is also adding new series regulars as well as the guest stars. Look for Aussie hottie Michael Bolten (Flipped, Letters to God) who will also be repped by the Queen. Returning from last season are James Ruston (Alex) and Jamison Tate (Christian), who have been upgraded to series regulars. Jacee Jule returns as Kristina, receptionist to Dr. Freed. Days of Our Lives fans will also recognize Patrika Darbo (ex-Nancy) as Dr. Freed and Darin Brooks (ex-Max) as Mr. Owens, an English teacher with eyes on Tori.
Miss Behave launched premiered on June 24, 2010. Since that time, the show has garnered nearly a quarter of a million views, received numerous accolades and continues to be a fan favorite amongst teen internet shows. “We are so excited about the story evolving in Season Two; I’d like to think our show has grown since its inception, and the characters have all developed so much,” says Bernhardt. “We will have you laughing and crying in the same eight minutes of a Season Two episode.”
The second season of Miss Behave will have a total of ten episodes, each of the first nine about eight minutes long, and an extended cliffhanger finale about 14 minutes in length. Look for Season Two of Miss Behave to launch late fall 2010.
TVSource is excited to cover the second season of Miss Behave when it returns later this fall!
For more information visit http://missbehave.tv.