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Dead of Summer - Episode 1.10 - She Talks to Angels (Season Finale) - Promotional Photos, Promo, Interviews & Press Release

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The summer of 1989 at Camp Stillwater comes to a terrifying end in “She Talks to Angels,” the season finale of “Dead of Summer,” airing TUESDAY, AUGUST 30 (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EDT), on Freeform, the new name for ABC Family.

What was supposed to be a fun summer that the Camp Stillwater counselors would never forget quickly turned into a horrible experience they will be lucky to survive. As summer comes to a close, the centuries-old battle between good and evil at Lake Stillwater will be settled once and for all.

Guest stars include Zachary Gordon as Blotter, Charles Mesure as Sherriff Heelan, Tony Todd as The Tall Man and Sharon Leal as Renee.

“She Talks to Angels” is written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz and directed by Steve Miner.

The series stars Elizabeth Mitchell (“Lost,” ”The Purge: Election Year”) as Deborah “Deb” Carpenter, Elizabeth Lail (“Once Upon a Time”) as Amy Hughes, Zelda Williams (“Teen Wolf”) as Drew Reeves, Mark Indelicato (“Ugly Betty”) as Blair Ramos, Alberto Frezza (“Charlie’s Angels”) as Deputy Garrett Sykes, Eli Goree (“The 100”) as Joel Goodson, Ronen Rubinstein (“Orange Is the New Black”) as Alex Powell, Amber Coney (“Class”) as Carolina “Cricket” Diaz and Paulina Singer (“Gotham”) as Jesse Tyler.

“Dead of Summer” is produced by ABC Signature Studios and Kitsis/Horowitz. Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis (“Once Upon a Time,” “Lost”) and Ian Goldberg (“Once Upon a Time,” “Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior”) write and executive produce the series. Steve Pearlman (“Once Upon a Time”) serves as executive producer.


Post Mortem Interviews

What can you tease about the finale?

KITSIS: All killer, no filler.
HOROWITZ: In the finale, we’ve suffered a lot of loss over the season, a lot of death—
KITSIS: More to come.
HOROWITZ: But just because of that doesn’t mean you can’t see them again. There might be some ghost curtain calls to come.

What’s going to surprise us about the finale?

KITSIS: I think what’s going to surprise us about the culmination of the season is that everything we thought we knew in the pilot was wrong. We were warned by the Tall Man. We really were interested in creating the first few episodes to make it feel like we were hitting all the tropes of these movies, and then we wanted to turn it on its head, because at its core, the show is about identity.

TVLINE | Who’s going to have the strongest reaction to Deb’s death?

KITSIS | [Laughs] I have a feeling there’s not going to be a lot of time for reacting. They’re all going to be running for their lives, so as much as one might want to stop and mourn, they’ve just got to keep going.
GOLDBERG | Next week, we pick up right after. It’s full-throttle. There’s the aftermath of the events of Episode 9 to contend with; we’re still in the middle of a very scary, intense situation.

TVLINE | Given the ghostly nature of the show, what are the odds we’ll see Deb — and maybe a few other dead characters — next week?

KITSIS | I would be really disappointed if I spent all this time with these characters, and we didn’t get to see at least some of them as ghosts.
GOLDBERG | I think there are some ghost curtain calls coming.
KITSIS | Yes. They come out, we clap and then they all sing a song from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

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