Twisted

Twisted TV show on ABC FamilyNetwork: ABC Family
Episodes: 19 (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: June 11, 2013 — April 1, 2014
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Avan Jogia, Madelaine Hasson, Ashton Moio, Kimberly Quinn, Sam Robards, Kylie Bunbury, and Denise Richards.

TV show description:      
This mystery series revolves around charismatic 16-year-old Danny Desai (Avan Jogia). He killed his aunt at the age of 11 and was held in custody for five years. He returns to his hometown and tries to reconnect with his two female best friends from childhood — while facing the challenges of a community of judgmental peers.

A murder occurs the day after he returns so Danny becomes an immediate suspect. Realizing the town does not care about the truth and only wants to see him convicted, Danny becomes determined to clear his name. At the same time, he must keep another secret — the true reason he killed his aunt.

Jo Masterson (Madelaine Hasson) is an offbeat and tough yet vulnerable girl who was Danny’s childhood best friend. She became a social outcast after discovering the body of his slain aunt and becomes Danny’s biggest supporter. Her best friend is Rico (Ashton Moio), the resident class clown.

Tess Masterson (Kimberly Quinn) is Jo’s mother and she tries to give Danny the benefit of the doubt. Jo’s father, Kyle (Sam Robards), is the town sheriff. He believes Danny is a cold killer and wants his daughter to stay away from him.

Lacey Porter (Kylie Bunbury) was once Jo and Danny’s best friend. She’s beautiful and intelligent and has found the popularity that eluded Jo. Lacey appears to have a perfect life but is very guarded and secretly misses the closeness of her former friendships.

Karen Desai (Denise Richards) is Danny’s mother. She once ruled the town’s social scene, but now struggles to put on a brave face when her son returns.

Series Finale:     
Episode #19 — A Tale of Two Confessions
Kyle’s investigation culminates with a series of shocking and contradictory confessions and potentially deadly consequences. The complicated triangle between Jo, Danny and Charlie comes to a shocking head. Karen and Tess uncover more of Vikram’s secrets, including a piece of evidence that has major implications for Tess and the Masterson family. Meanwhile, Whitney’s mother Gretchen (Elaine Hendrix) shows up to bring her daughter back to the city, and her candor about Whitney’s past causes Lacey to question her friend. And Rico makes a major faux pas in his first meeting with Andie’s parents.
First aired: April 1, 2014.

  

What do you think? Do you like the Twisted TV series? Do you think it should be cancelled or renewed for another season?

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  1. Mel says

    I love twisted!!! This show definitely needs to stay on for a lot more seasons!! Please renew!!! When will the new season air?

  2. says

    i really enjoyed twisted due to the fact that i love murder mystery books, when this show came out i was like this is awesome but i cant wait for the next episodes so please air the next episodes

  3. BKD says

    Gotta say I was surprisingly hooked with this show… now I’m eagerly waiting for the come back, please do not cancel, it’s along the lines of pretty little liars and that’s just as good as chocolate, never enough! keep it coming!

  4. Jeannette says

    I really enjoyed and loved watching Twisted I was so excited at the end because I new Dannys dad was a live then it ended,So please the next season has to air please,I cant wait to see what happens .

  5. Jerri De Leon says

    I really like the series Twisted. The young people are very talented actors and it has a real mystery storyline. I hope it continues.

  6. Valerie Fieber says

    I love this show and it should be renewed for another year. I thought we were going to see who killed Regina soon, when is that happening. It’s an awesome show!!

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