- felt that with the world being so bleak already with current events, they didn't want to make all the episodes depressing: "We certainly felt at the end of last year and the beginning of this year that the world felt different. We thought, "At the moment, does the world really need six very, very despairing, negative, pessimistic view points on the world? Probably not. Do I feel like I want that? No." [...] The series does try to entertain and sometimes comedy and moments of levity and a rom-com can be just as affecting as anything that’s emotionally draining and exhausting."
- despite the san junipero comparisons, thinks hang the dj is very different: [Spoiler (click to open)]it's about modern dating and how to know when to settle down when there are thousands of options out there while san junipero is about mortality and the opportunity to relive your life, how changes in times and prejudices can impact how we live our lives
- on the themes of uss callister & how they relate to current events, she says: [Spoiler (click to open)] "No one could have foreseen the extent of the sexual harassment claims and what’s been going on. So, you don’t quite know. At its heart, "Callister" is about tyranny and abuse of power. But I don’t think we could have foreseen what has happened."
- really hopes to do a season 5, it will be a conversation with netflix
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