Friday, February 18, 2011

WATCH: MISS BEHAVE Season Two Finale

Popular teen web drama MISS BEHAVE has finished its second season with "an ending so secretive that most of the cast didn't even know about."

"It wasn't in the script," says creator Susan Bernhardt. "We purposely left it out to keep the cliffhanger under wraps." But the MISS BEHAVE team wants to make sure their fans stick around long enough to see the big Season Two twist. They've strategically placed the final scene of the season after the credits start rolling; it's safe to say that you don't want to close your browser too quick. Just when you think it's over – it's most definitely not.

The finale episode will also feature familiar faces with the return of Eric Martsolf as movie star Marcus Dunne, Patrika Darbo as Dr. Freed and Jacee Jule as her loyal receptionist, Kristina. In addition, Tori and cousin Alex (portrayed by Jillian Clare and James Rustin) receive a surprise visit from the infamous Carol Ann McCracken - the glamorous host of her own do-it-yourself cooking and home improvement show, McCracken Live!

On the heels of producing and delivering both their first and second seasons in just over a year, is this perhaps the final hurrah for MISS BEHAVE? “I sure hope not,” says creator/executive producer Susan Bernhardt. “We have three major story lines outlined for season three including the long awaited introduction of Tori's mother, The Queen, an investigation into our season two cliffhanger plus life altering choices for several of our leads.” She continues, “As the show has grown, so has the need to raise the stakes on the story lines which ultimately requires a larger than shoestring budget. We're keeping our fingers crossed and proceeding as though it will happen at some point in the near future.”

MISS BEHAVE tells the story of a Malibu girl growing up without much guidance from her mega-successful parents. In season one, good girl Tori Archer discovered her wild side but faced more than she bargained for when she began deceiving her childhood friends to cover up her exciting new alter ego. Season two brought tragedy to Tori's life, with the death of boyfriend Riley and the sorrow that followed. As the season unfolded, we saw her mend fences with her best friends and meet a new boy, Australian teen heart throb Noah, portrayed by Michael Bolten. “Everybody wants to find out what happens with Tori as she continues to heal following the loss of Riley,” says Jillian Clare, “I've heard that season three will present a once in a lifetime opportunity for Tori to follow her dreams and hopefully continue developing her relationship with Noah.”

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