Monday, December 4, 2017

'Tainted Dreams' Season 2 Arrives December 21 on Amazon

Romance, intrigue, manipulation…and a little bit of humor. That's just a taste of what’s to come as the second season of the Emmy-nominated series Tainted Dreams kicks off, and fans finally get resolution from last season's gripping cliffhanger. Beginning December 21st, the next chapter of Sonia Blangiardo's Tainted Dreams, the soap behind a soap, will be available for streaming on Amazon and Amazon Prime.

The series, which was nominated for five 2017 Daytime Emmys, follows the behind-the-scenes drama of a fictitious soap opera titled Painted Dreams and features a very unique cast composed of classic soap opera fan favorites, reality personalities and stage stars. Creator and executive producer Sonia Blangiardo has served as a producer/director on five iconic soaps, including All My Children, One Life to Live, As the World Turns, General Hospital, and currently Days of our Lives. The show is based on the real-life dramedy she has lived and seen both on and off screen in her 25 years in soaps.

The first season is currently streaming on Amazon. The full cast for both seasons includes Alicia Minshew (Angelica), Michael Lowry (Jordan), Austin Peck (Max), Terri Ivens (Kassandra), Walt Willey (Gregory), Kelley Menighan (Veronica), Grant Aleksander (Adam), Bobbie Eakes (Courtney), Natalia Livingston (Liza), Marnie Schulenburg (Peyton), Nathan Purdee (Ethan), Colleen Zenk (Sofia), James DePaiva (Eddy), Tonja Walker (Tina), Ilene Kristen (Vivian), and the late Larkin Malloy (Henry). It also taps into the Reality TV world with stars Jessie Godderz (Dylan) of Impact Wrestling and Big Brother fame and Dina Manzo (Alessandra) of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, as well as a very talented Off-Broadway supporting cast, including Anthony Wilkinson (Anthony) of the My Big Gay Italian franchise. Lindsay Harrison is the writer.

Blangiardo says she is "excited to take everyone along these characters' journeys in Season 2, as they evolve and deal with ever increasing professional and personal turmoil."

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