[indent][i]This article is about the series. For the 2001 film, see [vault]The Twisted Mile[/vault]. For the pilot, see [vault]The Twisted Mile (Pilot)[/vault].[/i][/indent]
[B]The Twisted Mile[/B] is a half-hour dramatic series produced by [vault]Ted Phillips[/vault] with [vault]Cracked Egg Studios[/vault]. The pilot episode was shot on MiniDV format media in August [vault]2006[/vault]. Further episodes are currently in development.
In August 2006, Ted Phillips suggested remaking [i]The Twisted Mile[/i], using older actors who might be slightly more believable in the situations than eleven-year-olds. However, he wanted to keep the production values low and recreate the same mistakes that had been used in the original.
[vault]Joseph Justus[/vault] did not reprise his role in the pilot because he considered acting to a phase he had grown out of. His roles were divided between [vault]Tom Fulgione[/vault] and [vault]Vinny Meenan[/vault]. Ted Phillips surrended the role of David Rap to [vault]James Corbett[/vault].
After the remake was filmed, Fulgione suggested filming a fake teaser for a sequel, entitled [vault]The Even More Slightly Twisted Mile[/vault].
On September 15, 2006, Ted Phillips announced that even though the sequel teaser had been intended as a joke, the studio had decided to make [i]The Twisted Mile[/i] into an episodic series.[footnote][template]Cite web
| title=The Coming of Thor
| author=Phillips, Ted
| publisher=Cracked Egg Studios
| accessdate=May 17, 2009
Thirteen episodes are planned for the first season.
[list=1][*][vault=The Twisted Mile (Pilot)]The Twisted Mile[/vault]
[*][vault]Not a Monk[/vault][/list]