In a purrfect world, we would have gotten a second season of ABC Family's The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Unfortunately, 2011's cult fave about a teen (Skyler Samuels) descended from an ancient race of cat people only had one life to live, so fans were left with a lot of questions after its cliffhanger — and a lingering hope that they'd someday hear good news about the rumored Chloe King TV-movie.
Well, this is not that news, folks. But it is something worth a few wows: TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that this Friday, Sept. 13, at 9:13 am/PT, the complete script for the unfilmed follow-up flick The Nine Lives of Chloe King: Salvation will be made available online at alloyentertainment.com. Alloy, if you don't know, is the entertainment group that published Liz Braswell's young adult novels which inspired the series, as well as YA hotness like The Vampire Diaires, Pretty Little Liars, The Secret Circle, The Lying Game and the needs-to-be a TV show, Bright Young Things. In other words, we love Alloy Entertainment.
And we love this idea of releasing the script. Written by executive producer Dan Berendsen (Baby Daddy) and Ron McGee, Salvation is sure to provide closure for those who have been wondering about Chloe and company for the last two years. Did dreamy Brian (Grey Damon) really die from Chloe's fatal-to-humans liplock? Would our heroine finally hookup with fellow Mai hottie Alek (Benjamin Stone)? Was there any chance that Jasmine (Alyssa Diaz) and her Mai-leading mom survived crazy Zane's violent assault? Well plan to hit paws, er, pause on your plans this Friday and find out for yourselves!
Are you excited to read the Chloe King movie script? And why hasn't The CW found a proper role for the underrated and under-employed Skyler Samuels?
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