Posted by Joleene DesRosiers

As writer's we continually search for fresh perspectives and angles when we put pen to paper. It goes without saying that "everything" has been written about, but what makes a serial drama worth watching is a unique angle with colorful characters who are willing to go places that we haven't been to in a long time, if at all.

Like death.

Exploring Death in Dark Comedy

Some would argue that Dead to Me an Russian Doll do just that. On a personal note, I think Dead to Me speaks to death in a way that we haven't seen before. It dares to go to the dark corners of grief and pulls it out with a quirkiness that makes it very real.

Learn more on the thought of the writer's at the link below:


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Exploring Death in Dark Comedy




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