The trouble is, deep down, she knows he’s not the one.So, with her future self using an app to send her helpful little texts, Lucy could finally be headed towards the future of her dreams.The dumbest reason to be annoyed by circa-2012 online video is an excess of product placement.At this point in our commercial and cultural evolution, railing against product placement is like railing against shoes, or against the arrival of night. No matter how much it may irritate scold-ier viewers, no fiscally conscientious production will refuse those dollars. Besides, it looks dopey when a character is shown caressing an i Pad recast as a "u Tablet" for the sake of copyright/patent sanctity. No-label products, I think, deliver more of an authenticity jolt than all but the hammiest instances of product placement (read: the self-aware ones, like when a fictional being holds up a Snapple bottle, winks four times and punctuates a long swig with a euphonious "aaaaaaahhh! At the same time, I can't help but imagine an alternate universe, one in which brand-larded series are stripped of anything bearing a too-visible tag, logo or imprint.In our exclusive interview below, Jim Halterman grabs some phone time with the always lovely Accola, who talked about the role of Chloe and also offered up a few Vampire Diaries Season 4 teases... » - [email protected](Jim Halterman) If you're a fan of "The Vampire Diaries" star Candice Accola, you're in luck!Our fave vampire Barbie may not be returning to The CW until October 11, but we can catch her on the Alloy Entertainment web series "Dating Rules From My Future Self" when it returns for Season 2 on Wednesday, August 1.This year, the show is back for season two with a new leading character: Chloe Cunningham.Unlike her predecessor Lucy Lambert, Chloe is a little more of a pessimist who's convinced love gets in the way of having fun.
The first season of the show attracted close to 14 million viewers and also cracked the top 10 of Hulu’s most-watched shows, a first-time feat for a Web series.
When she's contacted by her future self with some advice about her approach to relationships, we're sent on a whirlwind adventure of following Chloe through her lessons in love and dating.
Shiri Appleby On Her New Show, 'Dating Rules From My Future Self'Recently, we spoke with actress Candice Accola who plays Chloe and is known for her role as Caroline Forbes on comes at a great time -- right on the heels of her recent "Choice TV Female Scene Stealer" win at this year's Teen Choice Awards.
Ha ha, no - the difference is a haircut and glasses.
In the future, the show posits, we will all be tastefully shorn and myopic. Anyway, Chloe used to be into this dude Marc, an unfairly handsome surfer with aggressively landscaped tufts of facial hair and eyes as translucent as freshly Windex'd glass.