Twisted (TV series)

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Twisted
Twisted intertitle.png
Title card for the first 11 episodes.
Genre
Created by Adam Milch
Starring
Composer(s) Gabriel Mann
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 19 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)
  • Erin Maher
  • Kay Reindl
  • Kathy Lindsberg
  • David Grace
  • David Hartle
Editor(s)
  • Zeborah Tidwell
  • Courtney Carrillo
  • Chad Mochrie
Cinematography
  • Teodoro Maniaci
  • Ted Hayash
  • Mark Doering-Powell
Running time 40 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Broadcast
Original channel ABC Family
Original run March 19, 2013 (2013-03-19) – April 1, 2014 (2014-04-01)
External links
Official website

Twisted (stylized as twiƨted) is an American teen drama mystery-thriller television series. The pilot episode aired on March 19, 2013, and the show's next 10 episodes resumed airing on June 18, 2013. The series finale aired on April 1, 2014.

On July 30, 2013, Twisted was picked up for a full season and the second half of season one started airing on February 11, 2014.

On August 13, 2014, ABC Family announced that Twisted would not be renewed for a second season.[1]

Plot[edit]

The series focuses on charming sixteen-year-old Danny Desai (Avan Jogia), who was charged with killing his aunt when he was eleven. Having spent five years in juvenile detention, he is released and returns to his hometown of Green Grove, New York. While trying to rekindle old friendships and facing the challenges of dealing with his judgmental peers, Danny becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a classmate. Realizing the town does not care about the truth and only wants to see him charged with the crime, Danny becomes determined to clear his name. Meanwhile, he must maintain a secret he has never told anyone: the reason he killed his aunt.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main characters[edit]

  • Avan Jogia as Danny Desai, a charming 16-year-old who has recently been released from juvie for the murder of his Aunt Tara, which is later revealed that Vikram had killed her but asked Danny to take the blame for him.
  • Maddie Hasson as Jo Masterson, a smart girl who was traumatized by her childhood and became a social outcast. She has feelings for Danny but Danny rejected her, and later starts dating Charlie who is later revealed to be her half brother.
  • Kylie Bunbury as Lacey Porter, an independent girl who worked hard to achieve her popular status in high school after Danny went away to juvie. Conscious of her status, she would first avoid Jo and Danny for fear of losing her popularity. However, she soon befriends the two again. She began dating Danny secretly after his return, but later broke up. She became a social outcast after their relationship was discovered, and later dated him again for awhile before breaking up with him because she couldn't trust him.
  • Ashton Moio as Rico, Jo's hard working, intelligent and awkward guy friend who has a crush on her, but later starts dating Andie.
  • Denise Richards as Karen Desai, Danny's devoted mother and Jack's love interest.
  • Kimberly Quinn as Tess Masterson, Jo's mother and Karen's friend. She had a secret relationship with Vikram Desai, and concealed her knowledge that he was still alive. It's also revealed that she had another daughter prior to getting married with Kyle.
  • Sam Robards as Kyle Masterson, the town's Chief of Police and Jo's overprotective father. Kyle tries to protect Jo from Charlie and Danny when he can. He also tries to kill Charlie by pointing the gun until he finds out he is Charlie's step-father.

Recurring characters[edit]

  • TJ Ramini as Vikram Desai, Danny's father and Karen's husband. He is secretly a criminal who faked his own death. It is revealed that he murdered Tara and had asked Danny to take the blame for him, though it is still unknown how he's involved in Regina's murder. He is later accidentally killed by Danny.
  • Karynn Moore as Regina Crane, Lacey's best friend. She was killed at her own house party after claiming to know why Danny killed Tara. She was formerly friends with Phoebe, and had an undisclosed past with Vikram.
  • Grey Damon as Archie Yates, Lacey's ex-boyfriend and Danny's nemesis who later gets expelled after having been caught poisoning Cole.
  • Brittany Curran as Phoebe Daly, an overly-dramatic and eccentric student and former enemy of Regina.
  • Chris Zylka as Tyler Lewis, a popular student interested in film production and in dating Jo. He was the mastermind behind multiple pranks against Danny.
  • Jamila Velazquez as Sarita, Lacey's former best friend.
  • John DeLuca as Cole Farrell, a soccer player who becomes Danny's friend.
  • Todd Julian as Scott Ogden, Archie's best friend who also gets expelled for helping Archie poison Cole.
  • Christopher Cousins as Mayor Rollins[2]
  • Robin Givens as Judy, Lacey's mother.[3]
  • Jessica Tuck as Gloria Crane, the mother of murdered student Regina.[3]
  • Daya Vaidya as Sandy, Kyle's very attractive deputy assistant.
  • Aaron Hill as Eddie, a cop who works with Kyle.
  • Rob Chen as Principal Mark Tang, the principal of the school. His readmission of Danny was a condition of a short affair he had with Karen. He continues to make advances to her after the affair ends, until she threatens to reveal their liaison to his wife.
  • Ely Henry as Doug, one of Rico's fellow "mathletes". He filmed Lacey and Danny having sex whilst wearing a mask.
  • Jack Falahee as Charlie McBride, the new kid at Green Grove. He was Danny's cell mate in juvie, but he pretends to know Danny only from watching the news on television. He appears to be romantically interested in Lacey, but then pursues Jo, whom he later starts dating. He found out about Danny killing his dad and later threatens to tell the police if he doesn't leave him and Jo alone. Currently framing an innocent man for murdering Danny's father. Charlie is Tess's son after a one night stand when she and Kyle were briefly broken up and Jo's half-brother.
  • Cynthy Wu as Andie Dang, a smart but shy girl in Green Groove High who has a crush on Rico and later starts dating him.
  • Ivan Sergei as Jack Taylor, a boat mechanic and Vikram's old business partner. He's in love with Karen. It is revealed that he staged Vikram's death.
  • Brianne Howey as Whitney Taylor, Jack's daughter who is very wild and free spirited. She reveals she's a lesbian and has feelings for Lacey.

Minor characters[edit]

  • Stacy Haiduk as Marilyn Rossi, a private investigator hired by Mayor Rollins to solve the Regina Crane murder case. She is revealed to have had a relationship with Vikram Desai.
  • Kathy Najimy as Mrs. Fisk, a teacher at Green Grove High.
  • Keiko Agena as April Tanaka, a grief therapist brought in to help students deal with Regina's death.

Development and production[edit]

The series was previously named Socio but renamed to be more emblematic of its murder mystery format.[citation needed]

The show is partially filmed in the Hudson Valley Area. Some of the scenes are shot in the small village of Nyack, NY (35 miles North of Manhattan). Johnny Cakes, where many of the scenes take place, is a real diner located on Main Street in Nyack.

Casting[edit]

Madelaine Hasson and Kylie Bunbury were cast as Jo and Lacey in September 2012.[4] A month later, Avan Jogia, Denise Richards, Kimberly Quinn, Kathy Najimy and Grey Damon were announced to play Danny, Karen, Tess, Mrs. Fisk and Archie.[5][6][7] The pilot was greenlighted in August 2012, and was filmed three months later in New York in October.[8] In February 2013, ABC Family ordered the show as a series.[9] On April 3, 2013, production commenced in Studio City.[10][11]

Episodes[edit]

The 19-episode first season began with a sneak peek on March 19, 2013, before its official premiere on June 11, 2013, receiving 1.19 million viewers and 1.61 million viewers, respectively. The mid-season finale aired on August 27, 2013. The second half of the season aired from February 11, 2014 through April 1, 2014. A recap episode narrated by Ashton Moio titled "Socio Studies 101" aired on August 20, 2013, and gathered 0.99 million viewers.[12]

No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1 "Pilot" Jon Amiel Adam Milch March 19, 2013 (2013-03-19) 1.19[14]

Danny, Jo, and Lacey were best friends in childhood. At age 11, Danny murdered his Aunt Tara and was placed in a juvenile detention center. Five years later, Lacey is part of the popular crowd, while Jo is a social outcast; the two no longer friends. Newly released, Danny tries to reconnect with the girls. Jo warms up to him and they go to a party thrown by Regina, Lacey's best friend. Lacey also begins to warm up to Danny when they share a bag of chips in Danny's bedroom later in the evening. That night, Regina texts Danny that she knows why he killed his aunt. The next day, she is found murdered, the necklace from her neck the only thing missing. Danny becomes the prime suspect, and it is revealed that he has the necklace.


Note: This episode aired again on June 11, 2013, and received 1.61m viewers.[13]
2 "Grief is a Five Letter Word" Gavin Polone Adam Milch June 18, 2013 (2013-06-18) 1.80[15]
Danny is determined to clear his name after the town turns against him. Danny and Jo decide to invite Tess to a dinner at the Desai's to show that Danny can be trusted. Jo, Rico and both Jo's parents arrive at the dinner. Kyle, convinced Danny is the killer, searches Danny's room but is caught by Danny. Jo's parents argue with Karen about Danny, ruining the dinner. Later, Danny burns all the photos of him and his aunt in a bonfire. He then picks up Regina's necklace--which used to belong to Aunt Tara--but is unable to destroy it.
3 "PSA de Resistance" Joe Lazarov Andy Reaser June 25, 2013 (2013-06-25) 1.36[16]
Danny and Jo volunteer to take part in a skit play for Sobriety Awareness Day. Danny tries to get closer to Lacey and leading up to the skit, they share a number of intense glances. After their skit, Sarita humiliates Jo by showing an auto-tuned video about her in front of the whole school. Danny and Lacey talk and almost kiss. It is revealed that Archie had borrowed his friend's car the entire night of Regina's party, which nullified his original alibi that he was home.
4 "Sleeping with the Frenemy" Joshua Butler Kay Reindl & Erin Maher July 2, 2013 (2013-07-02) 1.06[17]
Jo attends a sleepover at Lacey's in the hopes of finding out something about Regina. Danny joins the soccer team at his school, and is generally accepted by his teammates due to his skills, although Archie, the team captain, is cold toward him. Kyle obtains a search warrant for the Desai house and barges in, angering Karen. However, he doesn't find anything and leaves. Karen is shocked when she finds Regina's necklace, cleverly hidden by Danny in Vikram's favorite chair.
5 "The Fest and the Furi" Daisy Mayer Debra J. Fisher July 9, 2013 (2013-07-09) 1.61[18]
Tension arises among the town residents over whether Danny should attend the annual Fall Festival. Jo convinces Danny to go together, and later realizes she likes Danny, which creates tension between her and Rico, who likes Jo. Lacey finds a letter sent to Regina, which contains money and says that the money should keep Regina's mouth shut. Lacey gets Danny alone and shows him the letter, then gives in to her conflicted emotions and kisses him, which he reciprocates. Danny and Lacey then meet Jo and show her the letter. Trying to protect Danny, Karen tosses Regina's necklace into the lake.
6 "Three for the Road" Joe Lazarov David Babcock July 16, 2013 (2013-07-16) 1.58[19]
Danny, Jo and Lacey drive to the return address on the letter to find out who lives there. After a huge argument between Jo and Lacey, the two apologize to each other for breaking their friendship. Tess inadvertently reveals to Karen that Vikram cheated on Karen with her several times when he and Karen were dating. The girls discover that the man who lived in the apartment was Danny's father, and can't figure out what Regina had to do with him. They leave with Danny, unable to tell him what they found out. Rico reveals to Kyle that he saw Karen throw something into the lake.
7 "We Need to Talk About Danny" Chris Grismer Brian Studler July 23, 2013 (2013-07-23) 1.48[20]
When Karen fails a job interview, Kyle attempts to win her trust. Lacey and Jo want answers from Danny about his secrets, but end up revealing that they found out the apartment belonged to Danny's father. Jo realizes that she may be in love with Danny. After Danny reveals his vulnerable side, Lacey and Danny share another heated kiss, which Lacey promptly stops when she realizes they are making out in front of Tara's grave; she leaves to break up with Archie. Meanwhile, Kyle's partner reveals that they found the necklace.
8 "Doc-Trauma" Roger Kumble Andy Reaser & Phinneas Kiyomura July 30, 2013 (2013-07-30) 1.32[22]
Danny throws a party and Tyler agrees to help if he can film it for a documentary, while Kyle confronts Karen about the recovered necklace that she threw into the river.[21]
9 "The Truth Will Out" Joe Lazarov Erin Maher & Kay Reindl August 6, 2013 (2013-08-06) 1.50[23]
Picking up where the previous episode left off, Kyle Masterson is seen questioning Danny's mother after her confession. With this major development in the murder investigation Danny's likely to move away from Green Grove for good. Danny then decides to provide Kyle with all the information they have concerning the murder in order to clear him and his mother's names. Lacey's aloof and disapproving father, Samuel, arrives in town for Lacey's sister Clara's birthday party. With Rico's advice to try harder with Lacey, Jo offers to attend the birthday party for moral support. She then discovers Lacey's father and Mitch (Clara's gymnastic coach) kissing in the pantry. Meanwhile, Danny is keeping his own secret from his best friends and decides it may be time to come clean about how Karen got the necklace. The episode ends with Rico receiving a shocking video of Danny and Lacey that has the potential to destroy friendships and reputations.
10 "Poison of Interest" Gavin Polone David Babcock August 13, 2013 (2013-08-13) 1.44[25]
Accusations against Danny could get him kicked out of school, and Jo is upset when a video is released.[24]
11 "Out with the In-Crowd" Joe Lazarov Debra J. Fisher August 27, 2013 (2013-08-27) 1.62[27]
Jo is still hurt over the video, and Lacey has become an outcast at school.[26]
12 "Dead Men Tell Big Tales" Gavin Polone Charles Pratt, Jr. February 11, 2014 (2014-02-11) 1.29[28]
Danny overhears his mom and Chief Masterson talking about Danny's father being alive. Danny remains on the run from the police. Rico attempts to be comforting towards Lacey. Danny tries to tell Jo about the news of his father but she rats him out and he runs again. Karen is pissed and takes her anger out on the Mastersons. Rico lets Danny stay with him for a while. Jo confesses to Tess that she regrets sleeping with Tyler. Danny comes clean to Jo and Lacey about his aunt's murder - his father killed her and coerced Danny into taking the blame. Vikram returns, leading to a confrontation with Danny. As the confrontation gets physical, Vikram assaults both Danny and Jo but falls off the edge of a cliff when Danny tries to defend himself and Jo.
13 "Sins of the Father" Gavin Polone Adam Milch February 18, 2014 (2014-02-18) 1.37[29]
Danny wonders if he deserves a second chance, while Karen has doubts about reconnecting with Jack. Elsewhere, Lacey thinks there's a link between Gloria and Vikram; Charlie takes an interest in Lacey; and the mayor is connected to something surprising
14 "Home Is Where the Hurt Is" David Jackson Stacy Rukeyser February 25, 2014 (2014-02-25) 1.12[30]
Things get tense for Danny and Lacey as the homecoming dance looms. Meanwhile, Jo tries to help Andie and Rico get together; Danny recognizes someone who's linked to his past in juvenile hall; and Tess struggles to keep secrets from Kyle
15 "Danny Indemnity" Chad Lowe Andy Reaser March 4, 2014 (2014-03-04) 1.10[31]
Danny and Jo are puzzled by a huge cover-up. Meanwhile, Danny acquires a large sum of money, putting a strain on his relationship with his mom; Jo asks her mother about the distance between her parents; and Tess reveals something new to Kyle.
16 "The Son Also Falls" Teri Hatcher Ariana Jackson March 11, 2014 (2014-03-11) 1.02[32]
Kyle begins to dig into Karen's motives. Jo and Andie compete for student body president. Lacey strikes up a friendship with Whitney, Jack's daughter.
17 "You're a Good Man, Charlie McBride" Daisy Mayer Adam Milch March 18, 2014 (2014-03-18) 1.13[33]
Charlie's growing relationship with Jo concerns Danny; Lacey takes a liking to Whitney's wild side; Karen gives Danny positive advice and helps Tess with personal problem; Kyle has suspicions about Jack.
18 "Danny, Interrupted" Gavin Polone Stacy Rukeyser March 25, 2014 (2014-03-25) 0.73[35]
Danny visits an old confidant; Jo questions a friend's motives; Tess receives bad news.[34]
19 "A Tale of Two Confessions" Gavin Polone Charles Pratt, Jr. April 1, 2014 (2014-04-01) 0.77[36]
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. It is revealed that Charlie is Tess' son. Gunshots were fired.

Countries of broadcasts[edit]

Country TV network(s)
 Australia Fox8
Arab World Green.png Arab world OSN First HD
 Bangladesh Zee Café
 Brazil Sony Entertainment Television[37]
 Canada ABC Spark
 Turkey Dizimax Entertainment
 France June
 Denmark Kanal 4
 Malaysia 8TV
 New Zealand TV2
 Greece
 Cyprus
FOX Life
 Israel Yes Drama
 United States ABC Family
 Lithuania Sony Entertainment Television
 Russia Sony Entertainment Television
 Poland FOX Life
 India Zee Café

Awards and nominations[edit]

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient(s) Result Ref
2013
Choice Summer TV Star: Male Avan Jogia Nominated
[38]
Choice Summer TV Star: Female Maddie Hasson Nominated
2014
Choice TV Show: Drama Twisted Nominated
[39]
Choice TV Actor: Drama Avan Jogia Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama Maddie Hasson Nominated

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