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her demons. With her roles in

and the lat­est films, Zen­daya has made a grace­ful switch to adult act­ing. She fin­ishes off any lin­ger­ing Dis­ney sweet­ness with her lat­est role in this comin­gof-age drama series which con­fronts the very real prob­lems of the post-mil­len­nial teen. Zen­daya is cast as 17-year-old Rue who has just been re­leased from re­hab, with her mum keen on her open­ing a clean chap­ter in her young life. Rue, un­for­tu­nately, doesn’t sub­scribe to the the­ory that stay­ing clean af­ter re­hab is a life goal. A pow­er­ful en­sem­ble also in­cludes trans model Hunter Schafer, who plays Jules Vaughn who re­cently moved to town af­ter her par­ents’ di­vorce and quickly be­comes friends with ad­dict Rue. As re­turns, it is worth fur­ther scratch­ing your small coastal town crime drama itch by re­vis­it­ing

Star­ring El­iz­a­beth De­bicki (pic­tured), the series ex­plores the se­crets be­hind the dis­ap­pear­ance of a young girl in a for­bid­den for­est out­side Ket­ter­ing.

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