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Second Season of Chiller’s “Slasher” Detailed



We told you the other day that Chiller was quietly in production on a second season of “Slasher”, although details were limited.

We now learned that production will soon wrap on the second chapter of Aaron Martin’s award-winning anthology thriller series, produced by Shaftesbury, to be called “Slasher 2: Guilty Party”.

Leslie Hope (24,NCISSuits) leads a large ensemble cast comprised of returning actors including Paula Brancati (Sadie’s Last Days on EarthDegrassi: The Next Generation), Jim Watson (The StrainBetween), Christopher Jacot (RogueEureka), Joanne Vannicola (Being Erica), Jefferson Brown (Rookie BlueDegrassi: The Next Generation), and Dean McDermott (EcstasyCSI). New cast members this season include Lovell Adams-Gray (Lost & Found Music StudiosDead of Summer), Kaitlyn Leeb (Shadowhunters: The Mortal InstrumentsHeartland), Rebecca Liddiard (Houdini & Doyle, MsLabelled), Melinda Shankar (Degrassi: The Next GenerationHow to Be Indie), Sebastian Pigott (RogueRevenge), Paulino Nunes (Designated SurvivorBrooklyn), Madison Cheeatow (HeartlandSadie’s Last Days on Earth), Ty Olsson (The 100Supernatural), and Simu Liu (Kim’s ConvenienceTaken).

Set in the remote Canadian winter wilderness, the story revolves around a group of former summer camp counselors who are forced to return to the isolated campground to retrieve evidence of a crime they committed in their youth. Before long the group, and the camp’s latest inhabitants, members of a spiritual retreat with their own secrets to hide, find themselves targeted by someone – or something – out for horrific revenge.

Nominated for five Canadian Screen Awards for its first season, Slasher 2: Guilty Party has been filming on location in Orangeville, Ontario and surrounding area since February.

Aaron Martin (Saving HopeBeing EricaDegrassi: The Next Generation), recipient of the 2017 WGC Showrunner Award, returns as showrunner.

“There’s a famous William Faulkner quote, ‘The past is never dead. It’s not even past.’ That’s the core theme of Season 2 of Slasher. It’s not about sin, the Executioner’s preoccupation; this season, it’s about those deep, dark secrets that we all have, that we wish we could just forget, but that stay with us our entire lives. For our unlucky victims, those secrets will be their death sentences, as they are hunted down and killed horribly, while stranded out in the middle of nowhere,” said Aaron Martin, creator and executive producer, Slasher 2: Guilty Party.

Brought together by a horrific secret they’ve long kept buried, a group of former friends must return in the dead of winter to the now-closed summer camp they worked at five years before. Deep in the snow-covered wilderness, the rundown camp has now become a private and isolated “intentional community” cut-off from civilization by weather, wilderness, and choice. The group’s secretive reason to return causes tension and tempers to flare. Before long, they find themselves gruesomely targeted by someone – or something – out for horrific revenge. The location’s isolation starts to wear on relationships and expose surprising secrets, and as the winter weather worsens, so does the killer’s grisly spree. As blood and secrets spill across the vast and snowy wild surrounding the camp, the mismatched group must try to escape not just the killer’s retribution, but also survive the deadly elements.

Season 1 of Slasher is currently available on Netflix

Slasher 2: Guilty Party is developed and produced by Shaftesburywith the participation of TVA/AddikTV and the COGECO Program Development Fund. Slasher 2: Guilty Party is created by Aaron Martin, who also serves as executive producer. Christina Jennings, and Scott Garvie are executive producers for Shaftesbury; Saralo MacGregor and Jonathan Ford are executive producers for Content Media. Jay Bennett is producer. Content Media is the global distributor of the series.

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