From Heather M. of The Televixen:
Link: Aaron Martin, Paula Brancati & Lovell Adams-Gray on Slasher: Guilty Party’s Time Warp
“I always feel guilty as a person. I think everything makes me feel guilty, so I thought, ‘What about making a show where five people actually have something terrible to feel guilty about as a second season for Slasher. Put a terrible event in the past and [have] them trying to deal with it, probably not in the best way possible, and [have] justice coming for them.” Continue reading.
From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:
Link: Slasher Showrunner Aaron Martin on Going all Out in Guilty Party
“The secret for me is that first of all you have to create characters that are three-dimensional that you know will be visible minorities or queer. The second thing you have to do is push the fact that they are visible minorities and their sexuality aside. You cast that way, but then just let them be any other character on the TV show. I am a gay man, but I’m not defined by that, so why should any of my characters be defined by their sexuality or their race?” Continue reading.
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