7th Annual Indie Series Awards Best Guest actor nominee killed ... a woman scorned.
The only nomination for the female lead web series Shades Of Bad was for Richard Beaumont, guest actor at the start of Season 2, despite the show riding high and Jean Heard who plays Doris being voted favourite actress and constantly being in the top 5.
So put out were the female leads that they have killed Richard Beaumont in protest, and put him upside down in a wheelie bin ready to have his legs hacked off with a garden chain saw so the lid will close. That was all filmed in the protest episode 40 EVENING OUT which airs this week.
The 7th Annual Indie Series Awards is being held on Wednesday, April 6, at the historic El Portal Theatre, hosted by Eric Martsolf and Jen Lilley. Tickets are on sale now from Indie Series Network, but the women have had their say. If they want Richard on stage, he arrives in a wheel trash bin.
This is truly is a landmark end of Season 2; episode 40 of Shades Of Bad which sees 'the lady serial killers in training' peak and leave the kitchen and house for the very first time! They have to dispose of their first dead body. The dark humour is at it's darkest in this special episode. Doris fires out suggestions as to what they should do with the body as Wilma ponders becoming a romantic author.
While the Dexter-like characters develop, remember it is Doris's house, so visually the garden is over-the-top Desperate Housewives! Buster has LED strip lights all round the pool in the garden which has a lit fountain. Watch and share.....
The serial may appear to have peaked, but will return after a few weeks of celebration with Season 3 which is all but shot. Here is a teaser with one of the new stars, Olympian and World Champion Derek Redmond playing the gangster Drek who headhunts Doris for greater things and sees the ambitions of the show escalate along with her greed for personal success. Season three will start in a couple of weeks.
So Season 3, with Shades Of Bad's very own version of Idris will commence in a few weeks as the Rio Olympics get nearer - funny that (a line he comes out with when referring to 'white powder').