Don’t Trust The B*** In Apartment 23

8:30pm – Tuesday, January 1 on FOUR

June (Dreama Walker) spends an awkward Thanksgiving with Chloe (Krysten Ritter) and her parents in this week’s Thanksgiving-themed Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment 23, continuing its latest season on Tuesday, January 1 st at 8:30pm on FOUR. The instalment, titled “It’s A Miracle…”, sees Chloe persuade June to come with her to her parents’ house for the holidays – but under the most strange and awkward conditions. “[Her father] avoids June at all costs,” Ritter explains. “It’s so twisted and so crazy what she makes June do in order to convince her to go and be around her parents together, but it’s the funniest thing ever.” “Anytime Chloe is around her parents, she just regresses back to a really bratty teenager,” the actress adds. Make sure not to miss this when Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment 23 screens on Tuesday, January 1 st at 8:30pm on FOUR.

8:30pm – Tuesday, December 11 on FOUR

This week sees June (Dreama Walker) finding herself attracted to James (James Van Der Beek) after she learns he may be chosen as People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive in Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23, continuing its latest, second season on Tuesday, December 11 th at 8:30pm on FOUR. The instalment, titled “Sexy People…”, picks up with Chloe (Krysten Ritter) swooping into the People Magazine offices in an attempt to put James on the cover. “She takes over as managing editor of People magazine,” series creator Nahnatchka Khan explains. “She does the old intimidation/confusion tactic.”

“I volunteer at a soup kitchen so I can get my picture taken for People magazine, but then I leave as soon as the photographers do,” adds Van Der Beek. “The security guards do not find that acceptable, so I get busted for ladling and leaving.”

But the question still remains, does James make the issue? Find out when Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23 screens on Tuesday, December 11 th at 8:30pm on FOUR.

8:30pm – Tuesday, December 4 on FOUR

Following last week’s Dawson’s Creek reunion, this week’s Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23 Halloween-themed instalment sees Chloe (Krysten Ritter) getting a new love interest! Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23 continues its latest, second season on Tuesday, December 4 th at 8:30pm on FOUR. “Her biggest pet peeve is a chick flick,” Ritter reveals, explaining that Chloe will be stuck in that type of situation when she reconnects with Benjamin (Ben Lawson), on whom she’s playing her annual prank.

When the tables are turned and she realises her feelings for him, “She freaks out,” Ritter continues. “I don’t think Chloe knows how to respond in that space. She has a little bit of a meltdown. She’s a total spaz all of a sudden and has lost control for the first time.”

Make sure not to miss this when Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23 screens on Tuesday, December 4 th at 8:30pm on FOUR.

8:00pm – Tuesday, November 20 on FOUR

This week see Superman himself, Dean Cain guest starring in the season one finale of Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23, screening on Tuesday, November 20 th at 8:30pm on FOUR.

The instalment, titled “Shitagi Nashi”, sees Dean Cain joining the series as James Van Der Beek’s Dancing with the Stars rival.

Van Der Beek, who plays himself on the hit series, is furious after he discovers that Cain’s Dancing With the Stars dressing room is bigger than his own. “[James and I] are playing caricatures of each other, but you know a lot of people who are like these characters,” Dean explains about his guest appearance. “So, it’s fun to be able to play it and do it, but not have to really be it.”

Make sure not to miss this reality-meets-fiction Dancing with the Stars competition when Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23 concludes its first season on Tuesday, November 20 th at 8:30pm on FOUR.

8:30pm – Tuesday, November 27 on FOUR

It’ll be a Dawson’s Creek reunion of sorts when Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment 23 enters its second season on Tuesday, November 27 th at 8:30pm on 3. But before fans get too excited, this will not be the reunion everyone is hoping for – with only Dawson’s co-star Busy Philipps making an appearance.

“They [series producers] were all big fans of hers in the writer’s room, and they pitched to me what they wanted to do,” series star, and former Dawson’s Creek’s actor, James Van Der Beek explains.

“So the first thing I did was call Busy myself, because we’re friends, and said, ‘Listen, you’re going to get this offer, but I just wanted to let you know – if you don’t want to do it, I totally get it. But we’d love to have you’. And she did it. And she came on and was hilarious.”

Van Der Beek also admits that he still struggles to “compute” his Dawson’s Creek experience, claiming that there is “no place to put it in the realm of normal, sensible life experience”.

“Being on something like Dawson’s Creek is something that maybe five or six people in the world understand,” he says. “And it’s not that it was hard; I mean, coal mining is hard. Being a soldier is hard.”

“It’s just one of those things that just does not compute in a lot of ways. So it’s been really interesting to touch base with a lot of those guys this many years out… It was just a very unique experience. But we’ve all kind of come to a good place on it.”

Pity the same can’t bee said for the Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment version of the Dawson’s Creek cast… Make sure not to miss Van Der Beek trying to organise a reunion, but it all going horribly wrong when Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment enters its second season on Tuesday, November 27 th at 8:30pm on 3.

8:30pm – Tuesday, October 9 on FOUR

After spending a few years out of the limelight, this week sees former Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek return to our television screens when he stars as an exaggerated version of himself in FOUR’s brand new comedy Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23, premiering on Tuesday, October 9 th at 8:30pm. Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23 tells the story of a naive Midwestern girl, June (Dreama Walker) whose big city dreams are dashed during her first week in New York after she finds herself living with her worst nightmare – a morally loose party girl named Chloe (Krysten Ritter).

James Van Der Beek portrays a heightened version of himself; his alter ego has his own clothing label, Beek Jeens, and is best friends with Chloe.

“My character became this fictional creation concocted in some comedy laboratory,” Van Der Beek explains.

“When we started making up things on my r�sum� that don’t exist, it very quickly stopped seeming like me and started seeming like a parody of actors and Hollywood and pop culture in general.”

“I just thought it was so funny,” the actor continues. “A little bit of ego assassination is always a good thing. The less seriously you take yourself, the better work you do in general.”

And it seems like it’s working; critics have been very favourable about Van Der Beek’s fictional James Van Der Beek character, as well as the series itself. Make sure not to miss its premiere when Don’t Trust the B*** in Apartment 23 comes to our screens on Tuesday, October 9 th at 8:30pm on FOUR.