“We were all like, ‘Oh my God, we got to get out of here.'”
The show was filmed in the UK, where there are few more people who can tell you about the first time they watched a TV series that’s gone on to become a cult classic.
“Wreckage was filmed right after I’d graduated college,” said K&L Gates, who co-created the show with his brother, Scott Gates.
“The whole first season we were all just like, Oh my God.
I had never seen a TV show with a zombie.
It was like, Wow!
This is really cool.”
For the first year of production, K&l Gates worked from his parents’ house, living with his grandparents in a small, rundown house in the suburbs of London.
But when the zombie apocalypse came in, they fled their home and moved into the basement, where they had to keep the house clean and stocked with food.
K&L and Scott Gates were initially hesitant to open up about the show, but they knew they were going to get it right.
The duo says they were never afraid to talk about the series, which also featured two female co-creators, a female executive producer, and a female writer.
“I was like ‘This is going to be a really big show, it’s going to bring people together, it is going get them together,'” Scott Gates said.
“We weren’t afraid to be vulnerable, because we knew that was what the audience was going to love about this show.
So we wanted to keep it real.
I think that’s why it worked.”
It’s a show that has a history of being talked about and discussed in a way that most television shows aren’t.
It’s not as if it’s on the fringes of pop culture.
Wreckage has been praised for being a story about a small town of mostly single moms, and its star, Carrie-Anne Moss, has become a celebrity after becoming the first woman to star in a major motion picture.
The show’s story is a testament to a lot of the same things that made Wrecking Balls such a hit, but also the struggles of working on a show when you have kids.
“The main thing is that you have to be able to do the work without being worried about the audience or not being able to be worried about your kids,” K&G Gates said about the stress of the show.
“If you’re in a situation where you don’t have kids, you’re not going to make the show.”
K&l and Scott are still very much a part of the Wreckering Ball family.
They still work from their parents’ home and take time off for the holidays, but the brothers say they are getting more involved with their family and they’re grateful for the support they’ve received.
Scott Gates said they’re also grateful for people who have made their own mark on the show and have helped them through their own struggles.
“We have people who were on the set who were able to really give us some advice, like a teacher who had a big heart,” Scott Gates explained.
“It’s been a big blessing to see people’s stories and stories that have nothing to do with our show, because it’s been really helpful to have that in the world.”
It’s helped us, and it’s given us a sense of pride that we’re able to work on something that we love and that we know is a true story.
“It might not have been as popular as a series like House of Cards or Orange is the New Black, but there’s a lot to love in Wrecker Ball.
It’s about families, families who need help, and families who want to help their neighbors.”
And when you watch a show like Wreckers Ball, you can see why.”
They’re dealing with this very real thing, so there’s so many layers of pain that come along with it.”
And when you watch a show like Wreckers Ball, you can see why.