Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 Intro Title


April 11, 2012

Running Time

22 minutes

Original Channel


Country of origin

United States



Executive producer(s)

Nahnatchka Khan
Jason Winer
David Hemingson
Jeff Morton

Camera setup


Production company(s)

20th Century Fox

Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, also known as Don't Trust the bitch in Apartment 23 and Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23, is an American situation comedy series for ABC. It stated out as a mid-season replacement during the 2011-2012 United States network television schedule having debuted on April 11, 2012, after Modern Family, but it quickly grew into a television phenomenon.


  • Dreama Walker as June, who moves to New York when her dream job at a mortgage company provides her with a huge apartment. However, on her very first day, the company is shut down when the owner is arrested for ripping off millions of dollars and the apartment building is taken away, forcing June to find a new place to live.
  • Eric Andre as Mark, who would have been June's supervisor at the mortgage company but now works at a coffee shop.
  • James Van Der Beek as James Van Der Beek, the former star of Dawson's Creek who is a good friend of Chloe.
  • Krysten Ritter as Chloe, a con artist who becomes June's roommate. At first trying to scam June like she does all her other "roomies" by charging her extra rent, Chloe comes to like June and welcomes her.
  • Michael Blaiklock as Eli, the quirky next-door neighbor who spies on the girls.
  • Liza Lapira as Robin, a neighbor obsessed with Chloe.

Series OverviewEdit

The series revolves around the lives of two different women who are roommates in a New York City apartment, who become involved in the ultimate art of turning the tables on each other and everybody else, with elements of The Odd Couple thrown in for good measure. The unlikely situation begins when June, a recently hired cafe barista -- and whose dream job and previous apartment were shattered by her CEO's involvement in the Bernie Madoff scandal that left her in debt -- befriends a patron named Chloe, who offers a place to stay, not knowing that she's a con artist and successfully rips June off after she moves in. Unfortunately, Chloe is stunned to learn that the supposedly naive June can also play that game as well. This prompts the two to use those talents to good use in order to survive in the city, with help from actor James Van Der Beek, who also assists in their plotting.