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Written by New York Times author Ashley Antoinette, the e-book series helped to serve as an companion to the drama series picking up after the second season finale.
The show was tested as a movie before being turned into a 12-episode series.
Executive director Olde reports that "TV, sometimes, under the best of circumstances, is a gut business," and went on to say that, after testing the script, the response was good enough for them to develop it into the series. The two-hour premiere gained a 1.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 2.8 million total viewers.
The pair later went on to join Murrieta Dance Project for two episodes, before later joining the ALDC teen dancers to form The Irreplaceables.
January: Chloe became an official spokesmodel for Reflex Activewear Apparel.