Eye Candy - Netflix

The hour-long, 10-episode drama centers on tech genius Lindy, played by Victoria Justice, a 21-year-old hacker with a gift for seeing clues and connections in the digital world that others can't. Persuaded by her roommate to try online dating, Lindy begins to suspect that one of her suitors is a deadly cyber stalker. When the local cyber-crimes unit uncovers a potential serial killer in Manhattan, all signs point to this mysterious stalker. Teaming up with the cyber unit and some hacker friends, Lindy leads the charge to solve these murders while unleashing her own style of justice on the streets of New York City.

Eye Candy - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-01-12

Eye Candy - Shonna Tucker - Netflix

Shonna Tucker is a bassist and songwriter from Killen, Alabama, near Muscle Shoals.

Eye Candy - Solo career - Netflix

Patterson Hood announced her amicable departure from the band in December 2011 via a post on the band's Facebook page. Hood stated that “Her charm and spark will be irreplaceable and her part in our last decade of this band's history is indisputable.” Tucker released a series of instructional cooking videos on YouTube, entitled “Sweet Soul Cookin' with Shonna Tucker”. Tucker's next musical project started taking shape when she, John Neff, and Bo Bedingfield worked up a version of Deana Carter's “Strawberry Wine”, thus forming the band Shonna Tucker and Eye Candy. The band released their first album “A Tell All” in October 2013, a record that features songs about “love and jealousy, nights spent on the road and nights spent in the kitchen, the things men do to women and women do for men.” Tucker contributed a cover of “Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)” to the Alabama tribute record High Cotton.

Eye Candy - References - Netflix