Although Hellcats' Marty (Aly Michalka) has been searching for information about her father, when the series returns on Tuesday, she'll get more than she bargained for: a sister.
And who better to play star 's on-screen sis than her real-life sibling AJ Michalka. "It was kind of a no-brainer, you would think, [but] you don't see siblings play siblings ever," AJ tells TVGuide.com.
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Can best friends really move on after a guy gets in between them?
When we last saw Hellcats, Marti had broken girl code by sleeping with Savannah's boyfriend, Dan. Why? Turns out Dan and Marti have history.
But is that any excuse? Or is her act unforgiveable? Star Aly Michalka says that somehow her character will redeem herself.
Being in a relationship with the roommate of your best friend, with whom you also have a past, can be complicated — especially when there are unresolved feelings. While Hellcats' Dan Patch is dating peppy cheerleading captain Savannah (Ashley Tisdale), it may not compare to his longtime friend and first love, Marti (Aly Michalka). Star Matt Barr tells TVGuide.com he's personally torn between which way his character should go, but that Patch will make a decision soon that he calls "radical."
Aly Michalka, star of the new Hellcats, which got a full-season pickup in October, pumps us up for what's to come on the pom-pom show. Ready? OK!
Team Dan or Team Lewis? Emotions run high for Michalka's Marti, whose romance with fellow cheerleader Lewis (Robbie Jones) starts to flag when she realizes "she has feelings for Dan that she has kind of buried underneath her surface."
Bring on the drama A secret causes a rift between snarky Marti and her peppy team captain Savannah (Ashley Tisdale). "Something about Marti's past comes out and severs that relationship for a few episodes," says Michalka, who adds that Marti finds ...
Is there such a thing as a "cheerleading scholarship"?
On the CW's new series Hellcats, Marti Perkins (Aly Michalka) — a pre-law student at the fictional Lancer University in Memphis — loses her academic scholarship, so she does what any gal with a hidden passion for handsprings might: lands a cheerleading scholarship on the school's squad. But does that actually exist?