The show centers on Shelby (Lauren Taylor) and Cyd (Landry Bender), who gain the power to leap forward and backward in time whenever they want, and sometimes when they don’t.
Now, the duo experience the twists and turns of friendship as they try to decide between fixing mistakes in the past or catching a glimpse of the future. While aspiring scientist Barry (Gus Kamp) and his trusty assistant Naldo (Ricky Garcia) try to figure out how to replicate time travel for themselves, Cyd and Shelby use their newfound power to navigate high school, life and Shelby’s mischievous twin brothers Bret and Chet (Benjamin and Matthew Royer).
In the premiere episode, Shelby enlists Barry and Naldo to help create the perfect ambiance at school to ask her crush Cameron to the big dance. When the unexpected spoils her plans, Shelby and Cyd try to use their newfound power to travel back in time to fix everything.
The new show will premiere right after Teen Beach 2 on Friday, June 26th on Disney Channel!
The promo will also air TONIGHT, during K.C. Undercover’s “Double Crossed” Weekend – stay tuned for a sneak peek!
Ian recently took to his Twitter account to advise his fans not to use HD settings on their televisions.
“A note to this generation of movie & television viewers. High Definition settings on your TV are ROBBING you. It cheapens the quality. It’s tragic,” he said. “Film making now doesn’t even have a chance anyone’s – By the time it makes it to TV its destroyed. Since when do films look like video games. Do the research online- calibrate your TVs. I fear, as a soon to be film maker & TV producer, that Im uninspired to put so much into something that is going to look terrible. Help.”
A note to this generation of movie&television viewers.High Definition settings on your TV are ROBBING you.It cheapens the quality.Its tragic