Am I the only one that thinks that television shows about the coronavirus are way too soon? Like we’re living it. I don’t wanna hear about it when I am trying to disconnect from the reality that is a nightmare.
But I also get Hollywood and they hop on most things.
Spectrum has picked up Second Wave, which, “follows an unexpected, deadly second wave of the coronavirus outbreak in New York City. It follows the lives of two neighbors, Rachel (McDonald) and Lily (Schilling), as they navigate life in quarantine in New York City. While Rachel juggles her many telemedicine clients as well as a shaky, passionless marriage, Lily is upstairs just trying to convince her Wall Street clientele that her very specific skillset is still just as valuable over video as it was in person. When an unexpected, deadly second wave of the virus arrives, we follow these two women as they face unprecedented times while still juggling their careers, their loved ones… and possibly…the end of the world?”
Ok I am gonna say it – THIS IS TOOOO SOON!
Living in New York through this has been hard and I legit can not watch something this bad happening on television. It’s been too hard to deal with everything. I don’t want to see it.
The Good Fight co-star Audra McDonald, Orange Is the New Black alumna Taylor Schilling and Steven Pasquale (The Comey Rule) all are set to star.
I can see the point of shows like Connecting… because they are trying to show people can still be together and have each others backs. This sounds like a nightmare to watch and I personally think it’s too soon.