Brain Fry founder, and upcoming director, Kristen Kress was recently hired to work on Investigation Discovery’s hot & scandalous new murder show, “The Bad Old Days.” As 2nd 2nd Assistant Director, Kress spent five weeks over the summer on set for four out of the six-episode season, tentatively titled and slated to begin airing on December 16th. Reflecting on the experience, Kress said “the show is beautiful. I am so excited to see this time period brought to life in such a vivid & nostalgic way. It’s been an amazing experience to be part of such a passionate team!” See pictures from the shoot & the official press announcement from Discovery below:
INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY ANNOUNCES LARGEST SLATE IN NETWORK HISTORY FOR 2013-14 UPFRONT SEASON
America’s “Guilty Pleasure” Network Dishes Up 15 New Series
(New York, NY) - This fall, Investigation Discovery (ID), the leading mystery and suspense network on television, launches its largest-ever slate of original programming, designed to keep viewers coming back for more stories of revenge, betrayal and love gone horribly wrong.
One of the most anticipated upcoming ID shows is “The Bad Old Days,” a nod to twisted tales of decades past. “The Bad Old Days” details the most provocative, juicy, real-life murder cases of the '50s and '60s. Set against the backdrop of the fetishized world of bullet bras, garter belts, suburban secrets and three-martini lunches, these stories of truly mad men and women reveal layer upon layer of warped relationships turned terrible crimes.
ID enters the season as a top ten network in delivery for both total day and daytime for women. Since its launch in January 2008, the network has raced up the ranking charts, from #50 in total day delivery of W25-54 to the #8 spot today, climbing 42 slots in just five years.
Read more about the upcoming season here:
Official Discovery Press Announcement
TV Guide Article on ID's New Season