In the future, the show posits, we will all be tastefully shorn and myopic. Anyway, Chloe used to be into this dude Marc, an unfairly handsome surfer with aggressively landscaped tufts of facial hair and eyes as translucent as freshly Windex'd glass.
The actress dishes on the web series, her teen years and her thoughts on technology and dating.
What would you do if there was an app that gave you access to your FUTURE self, so you could learn what mistakes to avoid in your love life?
If you're like us, you'd download it stat (and probably not even mind paying for it).
Don't worry, Mystic Falls fans: Candice Accola will be prepared to help Elena transition on The Vampire Diaries Season 4 premiere. In the meantime, the actress will star on season two of , a Web series in which a young woman takes romantic advice from a future version of herself and sets out to change her bedroom-hopping ways as a result.
The dumbest reason to be annoyed by circa-2012 online video is an excess of product placement.
New episodes of DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF will air every Monday and Wednesday on Hulu and Hulu Plus through August 20, and Tuesdays and Thursdays on the “Dating Rules” Facebook hub through August 21.
Watch it now on Hulu and Hulu Plus: Facebook: FB/Dating Rules Watch the trailer here: FB/Dating Rules Follow on Facebook: FB/Dating Rules and Twitter: @Dating Rules Show Photos and other bonus material available upon request.
I found the second season to be cheesier (see what I did there? I also loved that Shiri popped up to make everything come full circle. DATING RULES FROM MY FUTURE SELF, the hit series from Alloy Entertainment (Pretty Little Liars, Gossip Girl, 666 Park Ave.) returns for a second season, starring Candice Accola (The Vampire Diaries/“Choice TV Female Scene Stealer” 2012 Teen Choice Awards), Reid Ewing (Modern Family), and special appearance by Shiri Appleby (Life Unexpected/Roswell). The series will launch exclusively on Hulu and the Hulu Plus subscription service today: and also be available on Facebook: Rules For 26-year-old Chloe Cunningham (Accola), life is a party and love is the ultimate buzz kill – but her future self knows that dating losers and eating nothing but junk food has Chloe headed down a path to regret and bad hair days.To set her straight, Chloe’s older, wiser self Face Times and texts her advice from ten years in the future, thanks to an app provided by season one star, Shiri Appleby.It was just so serendipitous, so when it popped up, I just went to my apartment in Greenwich.I was staying right around the corner from all my girlfriends and we were having so many late-night dinners, talking about dating and life and relationships, and it just fell right in the pocket of what was surrounding my life at the moment.