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Double Trouble have become a brand name, and released merchandise at the height of their popularity. Their names and likenesses extended to clothes, books, fragrances, magazines, movies and posters, with a market share made up mostly of the tween demographic. Mattel also produced Erin and Michelle Healy fashion dolls from 2000 to 2005, along with the All About Us fashion dolls.


FashionEdit

Maryam Wells teamed with JC Penney to created a clothing line for girls ages 4-14 in stores across North America, as well as a beauty line called "Double Trouble: Fashion Fever". Based on the fashions worn by the Healy twins in Double Trouble tv series.

TV SeriesEdit

Main article: Double Trouble (TV Series)

A TV series based on Double Trouble ran for 88 episodes between 2014 and 2018. It starred real-life twins Keaton and Kylie Tyndall (formerly The Bold and the Beautiful) as Megan and Jenny Burke respectively. The twins also modeled for later editions of the book covers. The show ran for 5 seasons, and stoylines of the twins that weren't mentioned in the books. Like Megan being cheated on by Matt Edwards from the School Wars series and Jenny getting engaged to Paul Porter.

Book SeriesEdit

For further information see: Double Trouble (Book Series)

Double Trouble started as a book series that was written by Maryam Wells. There are two versions of the Double Trouble book series.


ToothbrushesEdit

In mid-2006, Double Trouble twins, Erin and Michelle had a toothbrush modeled after them. The toothbrush features a picture of the twins and plays a message from each twin.

CosmeticsEdit

With Tru Fragrances, the Double Trouble makeup collection was created

FragrancesEdit

Author Maryam Wells and Tru Fragrances (who worked with her on making a list of fragrances for her novel series, All About Us) has launched a fragrance line.

List of FragrancesEdit

  • Two of a Kind
  • Dynamic Duo
  • Double Love
  • Daddy's Duo
  • Take Two
  • Twice Blessed

Other ProductsEdit

Many tie-in products were produced for this series (primarily the Double Trouble Run) including a series of puzzles, a board game, audio book versions of selected Double Trouble books, commercially available VHS and DVDs of the Double Trouble TV Series, a CD soundtrack for the TV show, dolls and doll clothing, at least one calendar, and books that were not part of the series (including TV tie-in reprints, a trivia book, a behind-the-scenes book about the TV show, make-up collection, and a "Slam Book").