Reviewers: Scooter Mann, LJ Donnell, Verity Sainte Marie, Austin Travis, and Max Baskin
Editing: David Allen
Today we’ll be listening to Still Lives, which premiered in March of 2019 and was created by Colton Flick, James Currie, Sarah Schnebly (Shneb-lee), and Ríoghnach (REE-oh-noch) Robinson. Colton and Jamie had previously worked together on The Magical History of Knox County. When that show officially ended, they knew they wanted to work on something else, so they made a list of people they'd love to work with and started by emailing their two long-shot picks. Both of them wound up being interested, so they all started writing. Ríoghnach pitched Still Lives -- including the title, character names, and first episode synopsis -- pretty early on. They all loved the idea, so they picked it as their first project. This episode is called “The Quiet”, and it was originally published on March 4th, 2019.
- Who's the show-runner(s) and what is their title? No shorunner specifically. We have a four person general creative staff: Colton Flick, James Currie, Sarah Schnebly, and Ríoghnach Robinson
What is the story of why you started your show? "Jamie and I had previously worked together on The Magical History of Knox County. When that show officially ended, we knew we wanted to work on something else, so we made a list of people we'd love to work with, and started by emailing our two long-shot picks. Both of them wound up being interested, so we started writing. Ríoghnach pitched Still Lives -- including the title, character names, and logline/first episode synopsis -- pretty early on. We all loved the idea, so we picked it as our first project."
When did this show first air? 3/4/2019
What genre(s) apply to your show (e.g. horror, post apocalypse, comedy...): We call it "Pastoral Post-Apocalyptic."
What's the name of the episode you want us to use? The Quiet
What is the episode number (and season if applicable)? Season One, Episode One
When was it published? 3/4/2019
Please summarize what we need to know about the story up until this point, for the episode to make sense: Nothing at all -- this is the very first episode.