Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23

The short-lived, but much loved comedy has a new home on Logo.

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Full Summary

  1. After nice girl June Colburn's dreams of making it big in New York City end in disaster, she's forced to move in with Chloe, a fabulous party girl with sociopathic tendencies. When June discovers Chloe's plot to drive her out of the apartment, she turns the tables on her conniving roommate, creating an unlikely (and unstable) friendship in this short-lived, but much-beloved comedy. Starring Krysten Ritter, Dreama Walker and a hilariously self-deprecating James Van Der Beek as himself.

Meet the Cast

  1. - Dreama Walker stars as small town girl June Colburn in ABC's 'Dont Trust the B---- in Apartment 23'. Before her turn as Chloe's roommate, Drema was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and intended to become a signer. Dreama is also known for her roles as Hazel Williams on 'Gossip Girl', Becca on 'The Good Wife, and Becky in 'Compliance'.

  2. - Before Krysten Ritter ever became the hilarious 'Chloe' on the ABC comedy series 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23' she was a fabulous model who worked on the runway in Milan, New York, Paris, and Tokyo. You may also recognize her as 'Jane Margolis' on the AMC drama series 'Breaking Bad'. Ritter is also a large supporter of animal rights, and plays with the band 'Ex Vivian' band and see her other talents shine.

  3. - Before playing a fictionalized version of himself on the ABC comedy series 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23' James Van Der Beek was best known as Dawson Leery from the WB series 'Dawson's Creek'. Throughout his career James Van Der Beek has poked fun at himself, and continues to do so with his own digital presence.