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Hopefully the writers of the show will make another series with 22 minute slots. This show is all about character development and learning to better oneself.

I was surprised about a whole new environment and the new characters in season 2, but this succeeded and probably enhanced my viewing experience because a change of scenery enabled the story to progress further and still be creative.

When she's contacted by her future self with some advice about her approach to relationships, we're sent on a whirlwind adventure of following Chloe through her lessons in love and dating.

Shiri Appleby On Her New Show, 'Dating Rules From My Future Self'Recently, we spoke with actress Candice Accola who plays Chloe and is known for her role as Caroline Forbes on comes at a great time -- right on the heels of her recent "Choice TV Female Scene Stealer" win at this year's Teen Choice Awards.

Unlike her predecessor Lucy Lambert, Chloe is a little more of a pessimist who's convinced love gets in the way of having fun.Read on as Candice fills us in on her new character, dating as a teen and her thoughts on technology in relationships:! This season we meet Chloe, who lives with her brother, his girlfriend and her best friend. I often get together with my girlfriends where we talk about all of this: guys, dating, the highs, the lows.Chloe's enjoying singledom and is unapologetic about her life right now... We also get a sense of who she's dating and what turned her off to love. Basically, she's accepting of the fact that she's figuring it all out, and just enjoying her life. So, you've met a great guy, but after a few dates you begin to realize he's not like the other guys you've been dating.As a scientist and closet nerd myself, I've known my share of nerdy men.