The Villains Of Valley View looks like it is going to be a fun show, and something a little different, as the main cast are actually the villains. Can we just go on record here and hope this does so well that we end up with an attraction at one of the Disney parks focused on villains, but back to the show itself. We will finally get to meet Havoc and her family on June 3rd, as they are forced to move to a Texas suburb and try to act normal as they try and hide their powers in this everyday life. This is the show that we have all been hoping for, the perspective of the villains and now we get to see how well that The Villains Of Valley View accomplishes that.
Normal is overrated in “The Villains of Valley View.”
When teenage supervillain Havoc stands up to the head of the League of Villains, her family is forced to change their identities and relocate to a sleepy Texas suburb. With the help of her effervescent new neighbor Hartley, Havoc — going incognito as Amy — must somehow hide her superpowers and quell her villainous nature in favor of something she and the rest of her family have fought against all their lives: being normal.
Stage trained actress Isabella Pappas (as Havoc/Amy) leads a talented ensemble cast, including Lucy Davis (“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”) as Eva/Surge, James Patrick Stuart (“General Hospital”) as Vic/Kraniac, Malachi Barton (Disney Channel’s “Under Wraps”) as Colby/Flashform, Reed Horstmann (“The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia”) as Jake/Chaos and newcomer Kayden Muller-Janssen as Hartley. Patricia Belcher (“The Week of”) recurs as Celia.