Exclusive Interview: Christy Karacas Creator of “Superjail”
Christy Karacas Creator of Adult swims most psychedelic show “Superjail” speaks to us at StayToonedIn about his Show, giving his honest opinions on Season 2 and he speaks about upcoming projects.
Interview Responses from Christy Karacas
Are there plans to continue making Superjail after Season 2?
That is up to the network but I hope so!
Can the fans of Superjail expect anymore reoccurring characters in Season 2 like Lord Stingray?
Yes, of course.
There’s talk on the forums that Superjail season 2 is focusing too much on storyline rather than the violence and gore that fans become accustom to in the first season. What do you make of the new direction? Is it a step forward?
No matter what you do, people are going to criticize it. If it stayed exactly the same people would have complained and if it changes, people complain. We just try to make the best, most crazy interesting thing we can.
I love seasons one and two. Making things is a process. You try things and you learn things. You take chances.
We knew that our writing/story/character development was the weakest thing about the show and we tried to address that. I think we did a great job.
If we get a third season, I’d love to combine the psychedelic randomness and violence of season one and the character development/storytelling of season two. If we did that, I think season 3 would be the best season of Superjail! yet.
Are Christy Karacas / Stephen Warbrick working on any new Shows? Are any details available
We’re hoping to start season three as soon as possible. I think Steve’s working on a horror movie and I’m working on a new idea that’s too new to know what it really is yet…
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