In Hollow Falls, the past can never stay buried . . .
Teen detective Tig Torres, a determined true crime podcaster, helped catch a serial killer who haunted her small, suffering town for decades. Now, Hollow Falls is getting a fresh start, bustling with macabre tourism surrounding the infamous Lit Killer’s crimes. Tig and her friends Wyn and Max have had enough murder and mayhem, however, and are ready for a well-earned retirement from the podcast when another body turns up at the grand re-opening of the Montague Hotel. Was it a heart attack, as the officials claim, or something much worse?
While a new romance blossoms, Tig and the team investigate, but with deadly consequences. As they dig deeper, the killer claims more victims in a cruel pattern, leaving music boxes at each scene as an eerie calling card. Has the Lit Killer’s fame spawned a copycat? Or is an old frenemy trying to bring down his greatest rival?
Director Krizia Bajos was born in Miami, Florida and is of Cuban descent. She started her career in South Florida but moved to LA and quickly landed her first guest star on CBS’s How I Met your Mother. She has continued to guest in several TV series, appear in many commercials and has had a very fruitful voiceover career; lending her voice to massive franchises such as Sims4, League of Legends, Call of Duty and many more. Krizia continues to act but has added voice director to her resume and created Voiceover Camp — an online school for developing voiceover skills.
Head Writer Melanie Hoopes is a writer whose credits include One Giant Leap: The Apollo Moon Landing 50 Years On (New York Times) and Bloodline (Netflix). Two of her plays, Six Feet and Homily were commissioned by RiverArts, and last year Six Feet was part of the Global Theater Series at The Quick at Fairfield University. She is the creator and writer of the long-running New York-based live episodic stage show, Laurie Stanton’s Sound Diet, a dark, modern twist on Prairie Home Companion. The show was performed live in NYC, and its four-year run included 15 episodes, and guest performances from Michelle Williams, Jason Mantzoukas, and Fred Armisen. Her public radio credits include work for WNYC, KCRW, and WBUR (Boston), including This American Life, Alec Baldwin’s Here’s the Thing and Unfictional. She is a producer and the host of Yesteryear: Stories from Home, a podcast about the history of living in a small village on the Hudson River.
Heather Einhorn (Co-Creator) was born and raised in New York City. She grew up loving Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batgirl, female detective stories, and teen spy thrillers. She’d be happy to eat cookies for every meal of the day. After many years as an executive in the entertainment industry, Heather made the leap to co-found EEP so she could create female forward and inclusive heroic stories and characters. Heather is the co-creator and producer of the scripted podcasts Lethal Lit, Daughters of DC, and See You in Your Nightmares, as well as the graphic novel series The Curie Society and the virtual influencer Free Hexel. She splits her time between Southampton and New York City where she lives with her husband and creative partner, Adam Staffaroni.
Adam Staffaroni (Co-Creator) is a writer and producer who, along with his wife, Heather Einhorn, is the co-creator of the scripted podcasts Lethal Lit, Daughters of DC, and See You in Your Nightmares, as well as the graphic novel series The Curie Society and the virtual influencer Free Hexel. He holds degrees from Dartmouth College and The Center for Cartoon Studies, and splits his time between New York City and Southampton, NY.