TV Show Eye Candy Gets Cancelled
After just 10 episodes, MTV’s cyber mystery drama, Eye Candy was cancelled. Leading lady Victoria Justice broke the news on Twitter confirming that the show would not be returning for season 2 and praising her fellow cast members and the fans that had stayed loyal to the show. Like so many other TV shows before it, Eye Candy now joins the long list of failures, all of which were concluded by poor audience viewing figures.
Eye Candy was based on the book by R.L. Stine and followed tech genius Lindy played by Victoria Justice, a 21-year-old woman who is persuaded by her roommate to begin online dating. She quickly begins to suspect that one of her suitors might be a deadly cyber stalker, and so teams up with her friends, a band of hackers, to solve the murders he committed while unleashing her own style of justice on the streets of New York City in an attempt to find her sister, who was kidnapped three years earlier.
During the four short months that it was shown on MTV, Eye Candy received mixed reviews with Entertainment Weekly stating that although Victoria Justice was a winning actress, she was in fact miscast for this role and not helped by a story line that felt like an old US television movie that would have suited Shannen Doherty and Rob Estes far better.
The majority of the show was filmed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and was Victoria Justice's first major television role since Victorious.
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Victoria Dawn Justice born on February 19, 1993 is an American actress and singer. She debuted as an actress at the age of ten and has since appeared in several films and television series including the Nickelodeon series Zoey 101 and Victorious. She has made appearances in several theatrical releases, including Unknown as well as the 2006 thriller The Garden. She has appeared in several Nickelodeon series, including True Jackson, VP, The Troop, The Penguins of Madagascar and iCarly, as well as on the Nickelodeon game shows BrainSurge and Figure It Out as a contestant. In 2010, she starred in the Nickelodeon film The Boy Who Cried Werewolf.
Aside from acting, Justice is involved in her musical career. She has performed several songs for the soundtrack to the Nickelodeon musical Spectacular!, in which she starred. She has recorded a number of songs for the Victorious series. Her debut single, "Gold", was released on June 18, 2013. The single also has a B-side titled "Shake". On October 11, 2013, it was announced that Justice was cast as Lindy Sampson in MTV's Eye Candy, a cyber-thriller based on the novel by R. L. Stine. Justice's debut album was originally expected to be released sometime in 2014. However, in August of that year, Billboard revealed that Justice had left Columbia Records, but was recording new music to be released next year. Justice reportedly will release her debut album, “Shake”, later this year. Aside from the lead single "Gold" and its B-side "Shake", two songs have premiered on Justice's YouTube channel, "Caught Up in You" and "Girl Up".
Victoria has just completed work on the movie, “The Outskirts” which is due for release in November 2015.
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