|The new cast poster for Winterthorne|
There's only so many hours in the day, and only so many hours in the day to watch TV. Although I am an avid fan of TV and soaps for decades, I find it very hard to keep up with all that I want to watch.
As I work in entertainment and know a lot of people with online soaps, it is hard to watch all of them
consistently as much as I would like to. But Winterthorne, well I am making time for this one.
The trailer, that just came out, was amazing and left me wanting for more. Professional, colorful, interesting, a bit exotic and wicked, peppered with popular people from soaps and TV, this is an online series I am putting on my viewing list.
|Linda Gray leaves the|
oil business for the candy
Suzee: So tell me Sonia, what makes this show unique?
Sonia: There are many elements that make this show unique. Without giving away story, I can say that the details of Winterthorne are just as much characters as the main characters are. Michael and Barbi Caruso are geniuses in that regard. The uniqueness is never-ending from the costumes to the props to the set decoration. Nothing was too small and not given full attention to. It's a show about a candy empire with twists and turns. Seriously? How is that not perfect?
Suzee: When did you film and when can we see it?
Sonia: We finished shooting in April. I know Michael has given much thought to what he plans on doing with its release and he will be able to announce something in the near future. (Note: The trailer says coming August 27th),