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Netflix’s ‘In From The Cold’ Creator Talks Plans For Season 2 And More

There’s a new thriller series on Netflix that’s already gaining a large fan base – in cold!

Adam’s Glasswho previously worked on Supernatural and Criminal Minds: Beyond Bordersis the creator, showrunner and executive producer of the new series.

Here is the synopsis: “While on vacation in Europe with her daughter, the life of a single American mother is turned upside down when the CIA forces her to confront her long buried past as a Russian spy who was also the product of a highly classified KGB agent granting her special abilities.After a mysterious series of manic and murderous incidents suggesting that someone with her exact abilities is targeting innocent people, Jenny (Marguerite Levieva) is forced to come out of hiding to stop this villain or risk losing the family and the new life she has built.

Adam opens with plans for a possible second season of the new show.

Click inside to find out what he said…

The first season ends with a big cliffhanger and fans are dying to know what will happen next.

“Well, it’s up to you to make that happen. Tell all your friends and family to watch it so we can make it happen. We already know where Season 2 and even Season 3 would go. There’s a big story to tell here, and we hope we get the chance to keep telling that story,” Adam Told looper.

Adam also explained to the outlet how he came up with the idea for the show.

margarita‘s probably heard this by now a million times. I recently am an empty nest. My children are leaving home. My wife is a woman [in her] mid 40s. I was watching what she was starting to go through as she transitioned [from] mom to ‘Now what is for me and who am I going to be in this world?’ “, He said. “Unfortunately, in our society, women are labeled with this expiration date, which is *** bulls. I started thinking to myself, ‘What if my wife’ — because I’m a writer and I’m Crazy — “What if my wife was an ex-spy? What if she had a secret past? Things I didn’t know?”

“The story started going to all these different places. It was also, for me, a way of showing the power and the strength of moms and women of a certain age who society told them they were. were supposed to go in the fog. It’s like, ‘No.’ What if you were to revisit your past and if you were to do things you haven’t done in a long time?” he added. “We were very lucky to find Marguerite Levieva, who was perfect for this role and in many ways. One of the first things margarita told me that the script not only speaks to her as a woman now, but also speaks to her about her past and her own upbringing.

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