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South of Nowhere has received outstanding reviews from TV Guide, The Boston Tribute, New York Post, New York Daily News, Entertainment Weekly, and Variety.Like many of the other shows on Teen Nick, such as Degrassi: The Next Generation, this show tackled edgy and realistic subject matters for a teen drama like homosexuality, racism, abortion, adoption, homophobia, drugs, teen drinking, drug dealing, sexual identity, teen pregnancy, death, hate crimes, arrest, infidelity, contraception, college, domestic violence, stress, stepfamilies, peer pressure, sex, military and religion, love, and relationship, romance, friendship and high school.Later that year, she debuted on South of Nowhere as Ashley Davies.The character has become "an icon among teenagers across America". Musgrave has also starred in Dan's Detour of Life a webseries comedy written by the producers of That '70s Show. Just “South of Nowhere,” I’ve been trying to focus on my family and trying to keep in touch with them.I have been flying back home and I’ve been auditioning for other projects.Originally uninterested in becoming an actress, the change came in high school when acting became her passion.She performed roles in Anything Goes and The Miracle Worker.
The loss of her father is really hard for her to deal with. A lot of twists and turns with every single character; you would not expect it. Aiden is a tough jock and he has some emotional scenes.
The close friendship between Ashley and Spencer led Spencer to question her own sexuality, a subject which created controversy before the show first aired.
It was the first series on The N to deal with such a subject relating to the primary characters, and the first television show ever to have non-heterosexual teenagers as the top-billed characters.
You get to see a much more vulnerable side of Ashley.
The first and second episodes have already aired and her father died.love interest and real-life friend, Gabrielle Christian, Musgrave is now re-entering the world of auditions and television guest spots. AE: The creepy thing is lesbians being portrayed as needy or clingy. MM: [laughs] That’s the worst thing to be called; psycho or clingy! In the script, Gaby had to say to me that I was “clingy.” I thought, “Ugh! AE: Gaby talked about the end of the season and how she was disappointed as an actor. MM: As an actor, you have to always be realistic, especially when it comes to a series.