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Chloe King should be dead. Any normal human being would be under the circumstances, but Chloe has just turned sixteen and has found out she isn't as normal as she once thought she was. Chloe is Mai - a race of beings with cat-like powers: speed, agility, and claws. Being a high school student was complicated enough, but being Mai has added a new set of problems. Chloe is given the responsibility of protecting both the Mai and Human races. A secret organization wants to have her assassinated - nine times if necessary. And a simple kiss has deadly consequences; so much for falling in love. Written by
A full script named "The Nine Lives of Chloe King: Salvation" was written and released online but never filmed by alloy entertainment. This script wraps up the show and all the cliffhangers and is available to anyone. See more »
Listen up people, I've just finished watching the 4th episode & so far, its great.. How can my opinion carry any weight?? Well, let me start with the fact that I have 37yrs experience being a fan of the sci-fi, fantasy, action & adventure genres.. I have watched anything & everything worth watching and more than just once! What can I say, I'm a dreamer => I count amongst some great TV shows of the past, Wonder Woman (hint-wish someone would do a present rendition of the show), Dr Who, Star Trek (all of them), The X-Files, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Gallactica, V (I hear its getting axed-such a shame!), Heroes, Angel with Jessica Alba (which also launched her as an actor), Xena (she rocked my feminine world & I don't even have one!) all the way to the recently & superbly ended Smallville. Dark Angel & Dead Like Me were good too!! I don't think I need to list ALL of them do I? => The current shows I watch are Sanctuary, True Blood, Fringe & Supernatural to name an important few.. Does everyone remember Catwoman the movie? It was no big blockbuster but it remained true to the theme of the CatWoman.. Having said as much, The Nine Lives of Chloe King could be another good series that develops into an awesome kick ass series about a girl who is growing into Catwoman - just like in Smallville how Clarke grew into the Blur then grew into Superman.. I also think it has the potential and possibility into turning into a brilliant series under the right writers - maybe the writers from Sanctuary and Fringe could be a positive influence - both these shows have enabled themselves to be able to write about anything from the past to the future and back and forth and even sideways now with alternate realities.. All I'm saying is I would love the chance to see this show go somewhere. I have been waiting a very long time to see Catwoman revamped! The lead character played by Skyler Samuels is definitely a good fit and so are the other Mai. Even her annoying quirky friends a slowly starting to grow on me.. Is everybody starting to see what I see? Or need I continue listing more reasons why this show should be given a chance to survive??
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