Are You an ABC Family #Twisted Fan? Check out our Interview with Kylie Bunbury & The Season Finale

KYLIE BUNBURY "Twisted" airs on Tuesday's 9:00 - 10:00 PM ET/PT on ABC Family.  (ABC FAMILY/ERIC LIEBOWITZ)

“Twisted” airs on Tuesday’s 9:00 – 10:00 PM ET/PT on ABC Family.

reblogged from the Red Carpet Report Article

We got to speak with Kylie Bunbury from the new ABC Family Hit Show, Twisted, about her role and the upcoming season finale tomorrow night.

We asked how she got the role? She said she got the script outside of pilot season and was really intrigues by the dynamics between the three main characters.

Kylie tells us she went in to read for Lacy and Adam (Adam Milch, Executive Producer) liked me. She got a call back and then did a chemistry read with Maddie (Maddie Hasson, her co-star).

Kylie says everything happened very fast, like a whirlwind.

We asked Kylie what she liked about the character she plays and she told us she likes how she has a “hard exterior”  but is nice when it counts and is vulnerable. There are reasons she is the way she is and Kylie says she likes how the character development is not all out in the open, which keeps the audience guessing about what she will do next.

Kylie also tells us that she is like her character and she makes some mistakes but is true to herself and a bit reserved in letting people into her life, but she shares that confidence and softness with her TV character as well.

Since the show is about high school and popular kids play a big role in the interaction of the three main characters and the mystery surrounding Avan Jogia’s troubled past, we asked about the importance of being in the “in crowd.” Kylie tells us that she realized when she got into the real world things aren’t as they seem, her character became popular because she didn’t want the issue that happened in the past when she was eleven to define her.

She does tell us that what she found to be true in real life is to be yourself, be true to yourself and know you worth, that’s what’s important. Kylie says to never compromise and keep your integrity, if you just want to fit in and you compromise to do so, you won’t feel good after.

Sorry – no spoiler here! You’ll have to watch the final season summer final episode entitled  “Out With the In-Crowd,” airing Tuesday, August 27th at 9:00pm ET/PT on ABC Family.

Kylie and her cast mates go back to work in October on new episodes so don’t miss out on the season finale tomorrow night! Be sure to follow Kylie on Twitter!

About Twisted
“Twisted” is a one-hour mystery full of twists and turns that is centered on a charismatic 16-year-old with a troubled past (Avan Jogia) who has recently reconnected with his two female best friends from childhood (Maddie Hasson and Kylie Bunbury). He becomes the prime suspect when a fellow student is found dead in her home. The series also stars Kimberly Quinn, Sam Robards, Ashton Moio and Denise Richards. “Twisted” is executive-produced by Gavin Polone, David Babcock and Adam Milch. “Twisted” is produced by Prodco, Inc.

Official ABC Family “Twisted” website:
Twitter: @TwistedABCF #Twisted

What Do Your Kids Watch Online? New Web Series Spotlight: Ruby Skye P.I. for Today’s Digital Kids

Ruby Skye P.I.With more and more children joining us online, it’s important for parents to be mindful of where their children go to view and interact with content. That’s why we were excited to host the webseries, Ruby Skye P.I. on our growing network of online content.

Ruby Skye P.I. was designed to be a safe and fun web series for today’s digital tween. Think Nancy Drew meets the Internet bringing mystery and adventure into the story with Ruby and her friends. The episodes are not as long as on TV but each one has a different “theme” and is smartly done by master story-tellers Julie Strassman-Cohn and Jill Gollick.

For those parents of tweens and teens out there, we’re sure you (and your kids) can relate to Ruby, curious and determined to solve mysteries. For this series the clues are hilarious and intriguing, missing birthday brownies, underfed fake pets and so on. Each episode ends with a cliffhanger, spurring imagination to take hold with the audience.  Of course, if your tween wants to get creative and solve mysteries around your house after watching this fun series, be sure to give them a video camera and have them create their own story. We think this series will inspire those budding actors and directors out there to create their own magic. Be sure to stay tuned to more updates on Ruby Skye P.I. as we’ll be hosting some live shows with the creators so your kids can meet and talk to the team behind this web TV series.

Take a minute to meet Ruby Skye P.I. in this behind the scenes look at this series:

Now that you’ve met Ruby, we’d like to share this mother-approved web series playing here on Mingle Media TV (click to go to the show page). We hope you’ll be a fan of Ruby Skye P.I. and share it with your friends too.

Ruby Skye P.I. – a digital detective series for tweens –  is a production of Story2.OH and is produced with the participation of The Independent Production Fund, and the generous support of our sponsors in corporate Canada, local small businesses, organizations and the creative contributions of many, many independent film, video & digital artists. These include:  Berman & Co.  The Dragon Academy,  Eastern Script Inc., Steven Golick at Osler, Polaroid, Post City Sound, PS Production Services,  Rocket Science VFX, TEACH Magazine, Fat Cat Wine Bar,  The Big Chill, Believerville Productions, Choroid Films, Inkling Entertainment Inc., Montefiore Films,  Brendan Meadows Photography Inc., Richard Maslove Music, Film & Event Solutions, Total Two-Way – Motorola, Trew Audio, Office Coffee Solutions.