A new version of the ‘80s TV series Dynasty premieres tonight on The CW, and it stars Liz Gillies as Fallon Carrington. Gillies was born in 1993, a few years after the original Dynasty went off the air, but in an interview with People, she said she’s been binge-watching the nine-season prime time soap.

Gillies is best known for playing Jade, the frenemy of Victoria Justice’s character, on the Nickelodeon series Victorious. She went on to star in FX’s Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll as Denis Leary’s daughter. Gillies told People she has never really played “the good girl,” but she’s okay with that. “What I like about all the ‘bad girls’ I play is they’re not just bad girls. They’re human characters and they’re very flawed, and that’s what I like about them. They have lots of layers and so it makes it fun—it’s more than just, you know, the mean girl.”

Tell him I’ll be waiting in my office…

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Gillies says on the new version of Dynasty, Fallon Carrington has more in common with her scheming mother, Alexis. “She’s got a lot more gusto, much more bite and she’s very emotional. She’s wild. She’s got a lot of different sides to her.”

Two weeks. Chill your champagne. Get your heels ready. It’s all happening. #Dynasty

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As the actress told Paste magazine, “It’s always exciting to see a strong young woman run shit.” New episodes of Dynasty will be available on Netflix within a day of their original broadcast. Watch the trailer for a peek inside Carrington’s sex- and drama-fueled life:

Gillies’ Instagram feed is full of gorgeous pics, and in some of them, it’s hard to tell if she’s in costume as Fallon Carrington, or just living her own glamorous life. A few highlights:

Fun today with @kristoferbuckle & @matthewmonzon 💅🏻 #Dynasty in 2 days!

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