Thursday, January 13, 2011

MISS BEHAVE going strong for 2011

HOLLYWOOD, CA (January 11, 2011) – After producing and debuting both their first and second seasons in 2010, Miss Behave has already surpassed their early 2011 predictions. At just ten days into the new year, the teen drama is averaging over 10,000 views per day between their two distributors with five more second season episodes still to be released.

Miss Behave was also recently recognized with five nominations by the Indies Inter tube Awards including Best Drama, Best Lead Actress for Jillian Clare, Best Set Design, Best Soundtrack plus the Audience Choice. Following that announcement last week, Miss Behave learned on Monday they had amassed nine nominations from the Indie Soap Awards including Indie Soap of the Year, Outstanding Lead Actor for Trevor Nelson from Season One, Outstanding Lead Actress for Jillian Clare, Outstanding Supporting Actor for Marco James from Season One, Outstanding Writing for Susan Bernhardt, Best Storyline (revolving around Tori's Blackout), Breakthrough Performance for Bianca Magick, Outstanding Use of Music and the coveted Fans Choice Award.

Created and produced by the mother/daughter team of Susan Bernhardt and Jillian Clare, Miss Behave has climbed the New Media ladder and continues to surprise it's creator on a daily basis. “I never really thought about what we accomplished in 2010 with Miss Behave until it was brought to my attention during a radio interview that we released two seasons in one year, a feat that generally doesn't happen.” She continues, “I remember looking over at Jillian after the interview and telling her that explained why I was so exhausted.”

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. In the first few weeks of Season Two, she has already begun to reap the consequences of her first season lies, but faces many more problems as she deals with heartache and trust issues while continuing to mend fences with her best friend, Danielle.

The teen drama can be viewed on its official site and their distributing partners, or A new episode releases each Thursday, with an extended second season finale scheduled for February 17th. Season Three of the well received series is in a development stage, with plans to produce six, two-part elongated episodes offering running times equal to network television.


Check out the OutTakes interview from last month with the bright and talented lead of Miss Behave -- Jillian Claire -- at the link.

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