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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 »
It seems like for the summer months there is very little to watch. That's why I'm really happy about ABC's lineup for this summer. The Nine Lives of Chloe King is airing on ABC Family on Tuesday nights after Pretty Little Liars. I watched the first episode of The Nine Lives of Chloe King after the summer premier of PLL. I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did. The show starts a day before Chloe's 16th birthday. She has always been shy and it's implied that she doesn't have a lot of friends. Her personality seems to be changing and guys are flocking to her. She starts realizing that she has powers that give her cat like abilities including the power to change her nails into sharp claws. When assassins come after her she finds out that she is part of a greater race and that she is going to be the one to save her race. She has nine lives to lose. Will she be able to accept this new found power or will she try to run away from it all? Over all I like the characters and the acting. The story line seems like it will be a good one. I will be watching the rest of the series. The only thing I can criticize is The character development is a little dry and it seems like they put a little too much info in the first episode.
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