Episode 7 of The Hidden People covers action, suspense, and character development. The excitement, in particular, hints at what is coming very soon…we’ve got an explosive mid-season. Katharine Seaton brings us the wild action AND the somber feels with her incredible score and sound design. I am consistently in awe of her work.
This episode is also very special because it marks the first creative writing from Megan Burnside. She’s been producing, directing, and acting since Unwritten, but now she’s penning scripts, too! Words cannot convey how proud I am of her bravery to publish the first story she’s ever written AND of her boundless talent in all forms of artistic expression (which now includes writing). This project would not be possible without Megan. Her influence touches and improves every part of the show.
If you’re enjoying The Hidden People, I’d really appreciate it if you could take just two minutes to leave a quick 5-star rating and review wherever you listen. We want to keep this show going, and we want to grow the audience, and those positive reviews are crucial to doing both.
The big mid-season is coming in a few weeks, and it’s bringing answers to the mysteries. You may think you have it figured out, but nothing’s as it seems.