12-year-old Layne is thrown into a Tailspin when she discovers a Sophisticated Talking Car in Disney's New Family Series "Fast Layne"

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12 February 2019
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Fast Layne
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“Fast Layne”
Premieres Friday, February 15 at 9:30 PM ET/PT on Disney Channel
The show will then move to its regular time slot
on Sunday, February 17 (8:00-8:30 p.m. ET/PT)
 
            With its humor, mystery, action and adventure, Fast Layne is for the whole family. On the premiere episode, Mile 1: The Voice in the Shed, twelve-year-old over-achiever Layne Reed (Sophie Pollono) finds her orderly life thrown into a tailspin when she and her free-spirited neighbor Zora (Sofia Rosinsky) discover a sophisticated talking car named “VIN” hidden in an abandoned shed in Layne’s back yard. Up until then, Layne Reed has had her overly-organized life scheduled down to the minute, including homework, music lessons and a ton of extracurricular activities. She's even found time to run for president of her middle school.
 
Fast Layne
Photo: Courtesy of Disney Channel
 
           A mischievous VIN convinces the girls to release him from his confinement, and with a shout of his favorite catchphrase—"Cue tire squeal!"—takes them on an exciting joyride around the neighborhood. However, they soon realize that VIN is being pursued by a pair of mysterious villains who are determined to capture him. Layne decides to help her new friend, but first, she must figure out why he was created—and who built him.
 
Fast Layne
Photo: Courtesy of Disney Channel
 
          Luckily, Layne can turn to her classmate Cody, a smart and charming boy who works in his Abuelo's garage and has a talent for fixing cars, even complicated ones like VIN. She also navigates prodding questions from her younger cousin Mel, a nosy survivalist-in-training who is determined to uncover her secret. In the meantime, as she joins together with Zora, Cody Castillo (Brandon Rossel) and VIN to outsmart the bad guys, Layne faces her fears and learns important lessons about friendship, teamwork and standing up for what you believe.
 

          Fast Layne also stars Winslow Fegley as Mel and Nate Torrence as the voice of VIN. Recurring cast members include Enid-Raye Adams and David Milchard as Layne's parents, Cheryl and Rob; Diana Bang as Kwon; Michael Adamthwaite as Riggins; Caitlin Howden as Aunt Betty; Reese Alexander as Principal Mugbee and Ty Consiglio as Jasper Mapes.
 

 
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