About Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 (Apartment 23)
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 (or Apartment 23) is an American situation comedy tv series on ABC. The series premiered on April 11, 2012.
When 26 years old girl June, Midwestern girl moves in to New York City to pursue her dream job with new company apartment, she finds herself that unfortunately the company is being shut down for frodulent activities of their bosses and apartment is also seized as company asset. June (Dreama Walker) finds herself sitting at the table in the coffe shop with all of her stuff just delivered by her side. Looking for a roomate she comes accross Chloe (Krysten Ritter), who at first seem a dream roomate to have, only to cash in on all of June savings and then to drive her out. Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 – Chloe, when her usual routine backfires and June turnes out to be tougher than she looked, they form unusual union and friendship starting from Chloe proving to June that her estranged fiance has been cheating for a long time. Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 also have one more person in their life who makes all the girls gooey eyed, a long time Chloe’s friend James Van Der Beek as fictionalized version of himself and former actor of Dawson’s Creek.
Krysten Ritter as Chloe, a con artist who becomes June’s roommate. At first trying to scam June like she does all her other “roomies” by charging her extra rent, Chloe eventually comes to like June and welcomes her.
Dreama Walker as June Colbern, who moves to New York when her dream job at a mortgage company provides her with a huge apartment. However, on her very first day, the company is shut down when the owner is arrested for ripping off millions of dollars and the apartment building is taken away, forcing June to find a new place to live.
Liza Lapira as Robin, a neighbor obsessed with Chloe.
Michael Blaiklock as Eli, the somewhat perverted next-door neighbor who spies on the girls.
Eric Andre as Mark Reynolds, who would have been June’s supervisor at the mortgage company but now works at a coffee shop.
James Van Der Beek as James Van Der Beek, a fictionalized version of himself, the former star of Dawson’s Creek, who is a good friend of Chloe.
The series was originally titled Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23 and was developed at Fox as a 2009 fall contender, but was eventually passed on. In January 2011, ABC green-lighted production of a pilot episode. In February and March 2011, Dreama Walker, Krysten Ritter, and James Van Der Beek were cast as the three leads. On May 13, 2011, ABC picked up the project to series under the shortened title Apartment 23. A few days later, ABC announced that the show would most likely debut in the 2011–12 mid-season.
On October 11, 2011, it was reported that ABC was again renaming the show, this time to a bowdlerized version of its original name, replacing the word “Bitch” with the letter “B” followed by four hyphens.
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 tv series revolves around the lives of two different women—a barista who lost a high-profile upscale job and a savvy street smart con artist—who are roommates in a New York City apartment, with elements of The Odd Couple thrown in for good measure. Actor James Van Der Beek, who plays a fictional version of himself, plays a key supporting role.
The first two episodes of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 were made available on Hulu, ABC.com and on Xfinity in the United States before the premiere on April 11, 2012. In Canada, the first episodes were made available on Rogers on Demand and on Citytv.com, also before the April 11, 2012 premiere.
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 Episodes List
Season 2 – Hiatus
|Season 2 Episode 1 – TBC||October 23, 2012|
|Season 1, Episode 7 – Shitagi Nashi||May 23, 2012|
|Season 1, Episode 6 – It’s Just Sex…||May 16, 2012|
|Season 1, Episode 5 – Making Rent…||May 9, 2012|
|Season 1, Episode 4 – Wedding…||May 2, 2012|
|Season 1, Episode 3 – Parent Trap…||April 25, 2012|
|Season 1, Episode 2 – Daddy’s Girl…||April 18, 2012|
|Season 1, EPisode 1 – Pilot||April 11, 2012|