Eye Candy (2015)
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Lindy Sampsin's sister is kidnapped, 3 years later Lindy starts looking into missing girls cases online. Her friends start an online dating website profile for her under the user Eye Candy,... See full summary »

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Russell Mulcahy

Writers:

Christian Taylor (developed by), Christian Taylor (teleplay by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Victoria Justice ... Lindy Sampson
Casey Deidrick ... Tommy Calligan (as Casey Jon Deidrick)
Kiersey Clemons ... Sophia
John Garet Stoker ... Connor
Harvey Guillen ... George Reyes
Daniel Lissing ... Ben
Ryan Cooper ... Jake Bolin
Nils Lawton ... Reiss
Jordyn DiNatale ... Sara Sampson
Erica Sweany ... Julia Becker
Laura Poe ... Susan Becker
Teddy Coluca
David Carranza ... Peter
Anne Horak ... Emily
Scott Whyte ... Hunter
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Lindy Sampsin's sister is kidnapped, 3 years later Lindy starts looking into missing girls cases online. Her friends start an online dating website profile for her under the user Eye Candy, after an event for the website Lindy gets a series of texts ending in a threat against her life.

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TV-14

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Release Date:

12 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Lindy's sentence could not have been six months of "parole". Parole is state supervision following release from incarceration. Since Lindy was not incarcerated her sentence would have been probation. See more »

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A Taste Of Silver
Performed by Until the Ribbon Breaks
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Very Clearly MTV
23 January 2015 | by TheFilmGuy1See all my reviews

I'm essentially watching this show because Victoria Justice is extremely good looking. I had a feeling it wouldn't be very good, and after seeing this first episode, it didn't really prove me wrong.

All the cops look like 20 year old male models and they all are attracted to Victoria Justice's character, an extremely attractive female hacker. The script is terrible and does a lot of "telling not showing" when it should be the other way around. Like, when a webcam light comes on after a girls computer is hacked and she looks scared, do we really need her to say "he's watching me through my webcam!" or whatever she says? No. I also think the script makes the actors seem a lot worse than they are. Like, I don't think Victoria Justice will be winning an Oscar any time soon, but the terrible script just makes her seem like an awful actress when I really don't think shes that bad. There's just not a lot to work with. There's also a good amount of stuff kinda disturbing stuff that is clearly added to shock the teen MTV audience of this show, but for someone who has seen a lot of films with violence and what not, it's not that disturbing.

It clearly caters to its teen audience, and finds itself lost in its main theme. The main killer seems to kill girls because they lie on their dating profile about their flaws, and clearly there's some kind of anti-judgmental message, yet they fill the main roles with beautiful, perfect people. Come on guys. There's a small chance the show will step its game up and become more interesting, but i'm not sure about that. I have a feeling it may be cancelled before it even gets a chance to fix its flaws.


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