INTERVIEW: Skyler Samuels (Chloe) and Grey Damon (Brian) from The Nine Lives of Chloe King & Video Interview

August 16th, 2011

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The big season finale of The Nine Lives of Chloe King is tonight and from what I hear, there are going to be a lot of cliffhangers. I am very curious to find out if Chloe chooses between Brian or Alek, if she actually kisses Brian (which could kill him!) and will someone take another one of her nine lives? I caught up with Skyler Samuels (Chloe) and Grey Damon (Brian) at Comic Con, where they talk about the big finale, their on-screen relationship and one big thing that’s going to happen in the finale. To give fair warning, if you don’t want a fairly big spoiler, don’t read the last two questions in this interview. I, for one, am excited to see what happens.

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Q&A: Skyler Samuels (Chloe King) from The Nine Lives of Chloe King

June 13th, 2011

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The Nine Lives of Chloe King premieres tomorrow night on ABC Family. From my Advance Review, you can tell that I really enjoyed it. I think it’s a great new summer ABC Family drama that incorporates some interesting supernatural elements. I recently had the chance to chat with Skyler Samuels, who plays Chloe, on a media call. She gave a preview of what’s to come, talked about the challenges of playing someone with superpowers and how she is very similar to Chloe (minus the cat-like abilities, of course).

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ADVANCE REVIEW: Series Premiere of The Nine Lives of Chloe King

June 13th, 2011

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Chloe King is just your average, quirky 16 year-old trying to navigate through high school. Except for this one little thing. It turns out she’s a descendant of the Mai — an ancient race that hails from the Bastet, and possesses cat-like abilities/powers. Did I also mention that she has nine lives and is the Uniter of the Mai to protect them from human assassins and she had no idea until her 16th birthday? Cat powers are probably pretty awesome until you learn that any (human) boy you kiss will probably die. Chloe learns of her fate through two Mai who have been watching her at school: Alec and Jasmine. Naturally, she’s a little shocked by the revelation. And then there’s Brian, her new crush, whose Dad somehow is associated with the Rezza Capital (Mai enemies I’m guessing) and has hired someone to make sure Chloe King dies (nine times to make it stick of course). There’s a lot of mythology in one premiere, I know, but it’s important in order to set up what’s to come.

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