|Created by||Jennifer Kaytin Robinson|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||38–41 minutes|
|Production company||Viacom Media Networks|
|Original release||November 15, 2016 –|
January 24, 2017
Sweet/Vicious is an American comedy-drama television series created by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson for MTV. The series revolves around the activities of Jules and Ophelia, two college students who secretly act as vigilantes on-campus that target sexual assailants. The series tackles the emotional fallout of victimization as well as flaws in the justice system regarding reporting.
The Hollywood Reporter announced on September 8, 2015 that MTV had ordered a pilot for the series, which was originally titled Little Darlings. On December 14, 2015, Deadline Hollywood announced that MTV had given a series order to the show. On April 21, 2016, MTV announced that the series would be on their new show lineup with the final title of Sweet/Vicious.
On April 28, 2017, MTV announced that Sweet/Vicious had been cancelled after one season.
- Eliza Bennett as Jules Thomas
- Taylor Dearden as Ophelia Mayer
- Brandon Mychal Smith as Harris James
- Nick Fink as Tyler Finn
- Dylan McTee as Nate Griffin
- Aisha Dee as Kennedy Cates
- Skyler Day as Mackenzie Dalton
- Victoria Park as Gaby Cho
- Lindsay Chambers as Fiona Price
- Matt Angel as Officer Mike Veach
- Stephen Friedrich as Evan
- Greg Worswick as Barton
- Ethan Dawes as Miles Forrester
- Max Ehrich as Landon Mays
- Corinne Foxx as Rachel
- Drew Hellenthal as Tommy Cope
- James MacDonald as Officer Ballard
- Carter Jenkins as Will Powell
- Gerald Downey as Coach Howard
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||US viewers|
|1||"The Blueprint"||Joseph Kahn|
|Dan Danko and Tom K. Mason||November 15, 2016||0.27|
|Jules, the perfect sorority sister, balances her life of being a college student while also serving up vigilante justice on her school's campus. That is until Ophelia, a computer-hacking weed dealer, discovers Jules' secret.|
|2||"The Writing's on the Wall"||Joseph Kahn||Dan Danko and Tom K. Mason||November 22, 2016||0.18|
|In light of recent events, Jules ceases her vigilante activities, but when Ophelia shows her how so many girls are also suffering from sexual assault on campus, Jules agrees to continue to fight for revenge with Ophelia.|
|3||"Sucker"||Brian Dannelly||Amanda Lasher||November 29, 2016||0.14|
|After Jules trains Ophelia to become a vigilante, they take on their first target together: a boy using a popular dating app to find his victims.|
|4||"Tragic Kingdom"||Brian Dannelly||Celeste Ballard||December 6, 2016||0.19|
|In order to take down an evil sorority that is brutally hazing their pledges, Ophelia begrudgingly goes undercover in an attempt to dismantle the sorority from the inside.|
|5||"All Eyez on Me"||Todd Biermann||M. Scott Veach||December 13, 2016||0.14|
|Jules and Ophelia plan to takedown a rideshare driver who assaults his drunk and defenseless passengers. After the initial plan goes awry, Ophelia takes matters into her own hands.|
|6||"Fearless"||Todd Biermann||Jared Frieder||January 3, 2017||0.17|
|Ophelia and Jules hole up in the record store with Harris and Tyler when an unexpected visitor sends their night into a tailspin.|
|7||"Heartbreaker"||Elodie Keene||Jennifer Kaytin Robinson||January 10, 2017||0.14|
|In the aftermath of Jules' confession to Kennedy, Jules attempts to dig herself out of her depression by joining Ophelia and Harris on a campus bar crawl.|
|8||"Back to Black"||Elodie Keene||Jared Frieder & Celeste Ballard||January 17, 2017||0.16|
|With nothing left to lose, Jules sets her sights on a public takedown at a frat party. Ophelia, hesitant to let an emotionally unstable Jules pursue a takedown, reluctantly follows suit.|
|9||"An Innocent Man"||Andrew Young||Amanda Lasher||January 24, 2017||0.24|
|Jules, having reconciled with Kennedy, finally reports her sexual assault to the Darlington Title IX office for a proper trial, forcing everyone involved to rehash the events of that night.|
|10||"Pure Heroine"||Andrew Young||Dan Danko and Tom K. Mason||January 24, 2017||0.18|
|In the wake of Nate's guilty verdict being overturned by the President of Darlington and Tyler's arrest, the girls have a lot to take care of.|
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