Kill It Forward, the penultimate episode of season three of Stitchers (Freeform, Mondays, 9/8C) is one of the more diabolically twisted episodes to come from the show’s creatives.
When Kirsten refuses to work for Maggie if she can’t see her mother, Maggie makes her a deal – do this one last stitch and she’ll tell her where she is. But the case turns out to be somewhat more convoluted than anyone could have expected.
The third season of Stitchers (Freeform, Mondays, 9/8C) has had its share of surprises – not the least of which was Cameron and Kristen finding out where her mother was being kept (not to mention that a big reason the Stitchers program exists is to find a way to save her).
This week’s episode, Paternis, delves into the pasts of the show’s main characters – Cameron, Kristen, Linus and Camille.
Recently I had the chance to catch up with the cast of ABC Family series “Stitchers”. Allison Scagliotti, Ritesh Rajan, Damon Dayoub, Salli Richardson, Emma Ishta & Kyle Harris give us dirt on what to expect inside the lab and sneak peek into the lives of their characters out in the world.
What will happen when Kirsten enters Cameron’s mind? Does Cameron live or die? Will Camille and Linus’ relationship go to the next level or is Linus forever stuck as a man child? “Stitchers” airs Tuesdays 9/8c on ABC Family.
ABC Family is a network that takes chances – could Kyle XY, Middleman, Bunheads, or Pretty Little Liars really have appeared anywhere else?
Now, the network is premiering Stitchers, a sci-fi/procedural/relationship dramedy that may have their most out there premise yet – technology exists to allow a human consciousness to be ‘stitched’ into the brain of a recently deceased person and experience their most recent memories. This technology is being used by a very, very clandestine government agency to solve murders – though not just any old murders…
ABC Family’s new series, Stitched (Tuesdays, 9/8C), is its first full tilt sci-fi/procedural/dramedy – with an extremely unusual premise: technology exists to allow a human consciousness to be ‘stitched’ into the brain of a recently deceased person and experience their most recent memories – which leads to being able to solve murders (among other things).
Kyle Harris plays Cameron Goodkin, creator of the technology and head of the Stitchers program (under the auspices of an ‘NSA-ish’ clandestine government agency. Emma Ishta plays Kirsten Clark, a grad student in computer sciences who suffers a curious disorder called temporal dysplasia – which makes her the ideal subject to be ‘stitched’ into the memories of the recently deceased.
Last week, Ishta and Harris spoke with a group of bloggers/journalists about Stitchers and their roles in it.
Stitchers, the new ABC Family sci-fi drama about covert government operatives who allow themselves to be ‘stitched’ into the minds of the recently deceased, has begun production in Los Angeles.
Stitchers stars Emma Ishta (Manhattan Love Story) as newly recruited Kirsten who works alongside brilliant neuroscientist Cameron (Kyle Harris, The Carrie Diaries).
Salli Richardson-Whitfield’s (Eureka) Maggie heads the secret program which also includes immature bioelectrical engineer, Linus (Ritesh Rajan, Jungle Book) and Kirsten’s roommate, Camille (Allison Scgliotti, Warehouse 13), a gifted computer science grad student.