A vigilante superhero dramedy, Sweet/Vicious stars Taylor Dearden as Ophelia and Eliza Bennett as Jules. The Sweet/Vicious TV series cast also includes? Lindsay Chambers, Nick Fink, Dylan McTee, and Brandon Mychal Smith.
Watch the official Sweet/Vicious TV show trailer, from MTV.
About Sweet/Vicious on MTV
The series premiere of “Sweet/Vicious” airs Tuesday, November 15th at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Starring Taylor Dearden (“Ophelia”) and Eliza Bennett (“Jules”), “Sweet/Vicious” is an offbeat superhero story for the millennial generation. Hell-bent on bringing justice to those who get away with abuse on their college campus, Jules and Ophelia take on double lives as wannabe vigilantes. Filled with clumsy attempts and missteps, the odd-couple pair of antiheroes must balance their new secret life with best friends, parents, love interests, and the metaphorical monsters under their beds.
At the core of the f*cked up, hilarious, heartbreaking world of Jules and Ophelia is the heart of the show: two girls, who never felt like they belonged, finding a home in each other… and trying to kick a lot of ass.
We have descriptions for the first two episodes of Sweet/Vicious, from MTV. Check them out.
Sweet Vicious season one episode descriptions
101: “The Blueprint”
Airs November 15
Description: Jules Thomas (Eliza Bennett), the perfect sorority girl, balances her life of being a college student while also serving up vigilante justice on her school’s campus. With her sorority sister Kennedy (Aisha Dee) by her side it seemed like Jules had it all figured out. That is, until Ophelia Mayer (Taylor Dearden), a hell-raising, computer-hacking, weed-dealing trust fund baby who works at a record store has a chance encounter with her and realizes Jules is more than meets the eye. As she starts to uncover the pieces, Ophelia’s law student best friend Harris, (Brandon Mychal Smith) grows increasingly concerned over her new private eye mentality. Under dire circumstances, the two girls come together and develop an unlikely friendship. Meanwhile, Jules meets charming art student Tyler (Nick Fink) at a party and instantly feels a spark, but it isn’t long before the girls realize that Tyler and Jules’ connection is more complicated than it seems. Dylan McTee also stars.
102: “The Writings on the Wall”
Airs November 22
Description: Ophelia (Taylor Dearden) helps Jules (Eliza Bennett) get out of a deadly situation when self-defense takes a turn for the worst. Shaken by recent events, Jules ceases her vigilante activities while Ophelia vies to become her partner in crime and desperately works to show her how much she is needed. After a harrowing discovery on campus, Jules realizes she can’t let her fellow students down. She agrees to fight alongside Ophelia and a new pair of crime fighters are born.
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