Residents Evil Ladies is a popular television series about a woman who lives with a mysterious illness that makes her incredibly dangerous.
The show’s creators are desperate to keep it fresh.
The producers are aiming to release a second season sometime in 2018.
“It’s the biggest project I’ve ever been involved with in my entire career,” said co-creator, director and star, Michelle Hynes.
“I think people have a tendency to think I’m a pretty busy person, but it’s not that I’m lazy, it’s just that I don’t want to work on things I don,t want to do.
It’s so important to me that this show doesn’t get lost in the shuffle.”
In its first season, Residents EVIL LITTLE WOMEN was about an average woman named Rachel.
She lived in a small house in the suburbs of Melbourne.
Her housekeeper was a woman named Mimi, a retired doctor who had been married to a man named Paul for 50 years.
The couple’s three children were grown and married, but Rachel was still the caretaker for her two dogs and two cats.
Rachel was obsessed with pets and the smell of food.
Rachel, like most people, was very cautious about her health.
“She was very, very protective of her pets,” Hynes said.
“And she was very obsessive about the smell, and she would keep a lot of it and put it in her fridge.
So it was a very unhealthy house.
I wanted to find a way to keep her in control.”
When Rachel was younger, she suffered from a mysterious disease that caused her to go crazy.
It was a mental illness and she was in a state of shock.
“I had no idea how I got into this state of mind and how long I had been in it,” she said.
Hynes was diagnosed with a rare form of schizophrenia when she was 17.
“That was my last memory of it,” Hinksys said.
“There was a point when I couldn’t think of anything.
I was thinking of all these things, and I was just in total chaos.”
Hynes eventually came to terms with her illness and started taking medication.
But that didn’t work for long.
“We found out a couple of years later that it was not just about the drugs that we were taking, but also the way we were treating her,” Hems said.
The doctors were unable to explain why Rachel had this illness, so she started living with her mother.
Hems and Hynes had no clue what to do with their newfound fame and fortune.
They decided to try to make the show as realistic as possible.
“There’s a lot that we can’t really tell you, because it was written for a young woman, and we weren’t quite sure if we could make it for the audience,” Hys said, adding that she’s not going to take any money from the show.
Hues was one of the first people to pitch the show to ABC.
“The first pitch I did was just a very vague pitch,” Hries said.
When the producers heard it, Hynes and Hinks were floored.
“That was a big deal for us, that we’d be getting picked up,” Hues said.
For the first time, Hys and Hems were getting paid for what they did.
“We had the money, we had the skills, we were able to hire some amazing actors,” Hays said.
Rachel’s housekeeper, Mimi (guest star Michelle Hays), is a retired psychiatrist.
Hems says the first thing she did after her diagnosis was write a letter of recommendation for Rachel.
The letter was sent to the producers, and ABC management approved the pilot.
“This was the first of many letters that I would write to ABC management,” Hnes said.
Hynes was the most well-known and well-liked of the three main characters.
Rachel was also a model.
The production company, WPP, hired her as a bodyguard and paid her to drive a Bentley.
Rachel’s doctor, Paul, had to give up his own medical practice because Rachel’s illness was so serious.
“She wasn’t a doctor in that sense,” Hales said.
But Rachel was able to keep control of her illness.
The doctors could’t stop her from taking medication and her housekeeper had to keep track of the medication she was taking.
“If I needed a drink, she would be there to make sure I had the right medication,” Hins said.
After Rachel’s diagnosis, Hems and her husband, Paul Hys, had a daughter.
She is now a single mother and a single grandmother.
“The hardest thing for us was to keep Rachel in control of the illness,” Hens said.
In order to maintain her mental health, Hens and Hys had to learn how to be patient.
“If she didn’t want anything to happen, I would have to say, ‘