“I don’t think there’s anything else in the world that has more impact than this show.”
The “Unseen” series, which premieres on MTV on Wednesday, has a title and a premise that sounds like something you might find in a sci-fi or fantasy novel: a woman who has become unhinged, who is trying to kill her abusive ex-husband and has become obsessed with finding a way to become invisible.
But while “The Unvisited” is an instant classic and has garnered critical acclaim for its vivid visuals, the new show’s trailer, which debuted Wednesday at MTV’s New York Comic Con, was the only glimpse that we got of what could be a more complex story.
It was one of many moments that made it clear that “The Untamed” was no mere thriller or action-adventure, as “The Walking Dead” fans might assume.
It is a true crime series about a woman whose life is turned upside down by her estranged ex-partner, a man she had been having a relationship with for 20 years.
The new show is set in the 1970s, in the small, rural town of Derry, New Hampshire, a small town where there are no television towers and no big TV networks.
The trailer shows a young woman who is estranged from her estranged husband and estranged from everyone she loves, who has turned to crime.
Her estranged husband has a history of violence against her, including beating her with a baseball bat and shooting her in the face with a shotgun, and he is now living with a mentally ill woman.
But as the trailer shows, the woman is determined to stay with her estranged partner.
She has taken on the name of “The Man,” and in the trailer, she talks about her husband as “my best friend,” and “my love.”
“The Woman Who Became Invisible,” which debuted in April at the Sundance Film Festival, tells the story of the woman and her quest to get rid of her ex-boyfriend and her former partner.
The show also focuses on the women who have found themselves in situations where they needed help.
“I think it’s a powerful story, and I think it will resonate with people,” said “Unsee,” who is playing “The Missing Woman,” a female friend who is also struggling to stay out of trouble and her estranged boyfriend.
The series has attracted some criticism for its depiction of the plight of the women, who have not been given the recognition that they deserve in the media and in public.
“It’s a very dark, dark and gritty story that’s been written and filmed,” said executive producer Jeff Bock, who co-created the show with his wife, “Unwatchable.”
“It doesn’t have to be dark and gory or violent.
It has to be honest, it has to tell the truth.”
“There’s a lot of good, hard-working women out there, and it’s about their stories and their challenges, and that’s the truth of ‘The Missing Man,’ ” he added.
“That’s the one story that we always have in mind.”
“I’m always very interested in making a show that can inspire people,” he said.
“If you can give them something that makes them feel like they can relate to the characters and can be a part of it, then you’ve made a good show.”
“We don’t necessarily want to tell stories about men,” he added, “but the truth is that we have a lot in common with men.
That’s what we’re trying to get across.”
The show’s tagline is: “The stories that we tell, the women we tell.”
The series will be available on MTV, Viacom and on Apple TV in the U.S. and Canada.
MTV will also have the option to stream the first episode online.
“The Story of The Unseen,” which stars Kate McKinnon, is produced by Bock and the two co-creators, and “The Truth,” starring Kate McKilvey, is written by the show’s writers.
Both shows will be co-produced by Biz Stone and Bock.
“Unseeing” is produced in partnership with CBS Television Studios, a unit of CBS Television Group.