Tension in the King household is at an all-time high due to Meredith's increasing frustration with Chloe's penchant for secrecy. Aware that her relationship with her mother is suffering, Chloe must ...
The Lying Game follows long-lost twins Emma and Sutton. Separated under mysterious circumstances, Sutton was adopted... by the wealthy Mercer family in Phoenix, while Emma grew up in the ... See full summary »
Centers on the adventures of a mother and her two adult daughters, both of whom unknowingly are their family's next generation of witches, who lead seemingly quiet, uneventful modern day ... See full summary »
About an epic romance between a human girl and an alien boy when he and others of his kind are integrated into a suburban high school 10 years after they landed on Earth and were consigned to an internment camp.
Chloe King should be dead. Any normal human being would be under the circumstances, but Chloe has just turned sixteen and has found out she isn't as normal as she once thought she was. Chloe is Mai - a race of beings with cat-like powers: speed, agility, and claws. Being a high school student was complicated enough, but being Mai has added a new set of problems. Chloe is given the responsibility of protecting both the Mai and Human races. A secret organization wants to have her assassinated - nine times if necessary. And a simple kiss has deadly consequences; so much for falling in love.Written by
A full script named "The Nine Lives of Chloe King: Salvation" was written and released online, but never filmed by Alloy Entertainment. This script wraps up the show and all the cliffhangers and is available to anyone. See more »
Nine Lives of Chloe King has the start for a great sci-fi fantasy, action, show. It has a certain cat-woman appeal and yet takes the background of a high schooler. The characters are lovable and do evolve throughout the series. The setting of San Francisco is ominous yet romantic. The one thing that really brought me down is the lack of glue to the story. The first episode starts off with a huge bang into the story of this 'was' normal 16 year old. And then every episode after has its story like a sitcom. It's Chloe dealing with boys, Chloe and her family, Chloe having this new life, and etc. I think making the show controlled as one story and not a bunch of mini stories would have done this show better as a whole. It's an amazing concept that I wish could further develop.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this