Executive Producer Paul Nutall shocked the world when he announced his ground breaking new show, 2ND Chance. But, like most great ideas 2ND Chance incurred one production stall after another due to cast rivalries, incompetent crew, and breach of confidentiality. In November of 2016 the show seemed to be going nowhere fast. Out of options and out of time, Mr. Nutall willingly took matters into his own hands and decided to start over. With no actors, crew or hope of reviving the show, Mr. Nutall had all but lost hope that he could re-ignite the passion he once felt for his creation. It seemed that his dream of changing lives had suddenly become a nightmare. But, without warning Paul would be reinvigorated when he crossed paths with an editor who’s skills behind the computer were second to none. His name is Drew Glick.
“Drew,” Paul said. “I have had six different editors cut this footage and each one has failed miserably. We’re in danger of losing our ability to sell…” but, before Paul could finish speaking, Drew replied by saying, “Trust me, I won’t let you down.”
Soon after, Drew graciously expressed his opinions to Paul about the footage; made numerous reccomendations such as including voice overs, various styles of color correction techniques, credit sequences and more. However, Paul would be even more shocked when Drew surprised him one day by revealing an entirely rotoscoped sequence of the pilot episode (in lamans terms: removed the original background without the use of green screen). It was a crucial scene and took place during an interview with a prominent doctor. When asked why he would go to such great lengths, Drew replied simply by saying, “Because the background was ugly.” Paul later showed the rotoscoped scene to other industry professionals who were overwhelmed by the level of editing skill. One person, a potential co-producer for 2ND Chance, even asked his own team member after viewing the scene, “Why can’t we do that?” Shortly after Paul took the completed episode to various different television networks who immediately jumped at the opportunity to be part of the show.
The pilot episode focuses on a young lady by the name of, Kimberly Stewart. She suffers from two failed kidneys and has been searching desperately for a living donor. Because of Paul’s efforts and Drew’s elite editing skills Kimberly Stewart now has what she desires most – a 2ND chance.