“The lives of a rock star with ties to the occult and a young rookie kid who idolizes him collide through their broken homes built by the music business.”
Paradise City is the newest series hitting Amazon Prime in March of 2021. Need something to chill your spine and hotness to drool over? We’re always hyped for an occult venture. Family dynamics are always tantalizing story bread crumbs to follow. What do we do and where do we go from here? Follow the mind of director Ash Avildsen and his thoughts on those very questions.
You can find a stellar line up of cast in this one, Paradise City is a rock-themed series coming to Amazon Prime. Andy Biersack, Bella Thorne, Drea de Matteo, Mark Boone Junior, Ryan Hurst, BooBoo Stewart, Rhys Coiro, and Perrey Reeves and the late Cameron Boyce, are the main ones bringing us some major skill as we have witnessed in their many other splendid roles. If you weren’t there for the ‘Knives and Pens’ era of Andy, now is the perfect time to hop on the hype train. Any one of these actors and actresses is worth looking into but to be honest, we’re super interested in this story plot. A lot seems to be going on and this show is going to be a deep one that will cover topics around the music industry and being a single parent, among other things of course. The story of Paradise City is a winding one with hurt, heartbreak, and so so much more.
More than one in four American kids grow up without a father in their home. For kids that grow up with one parent, you can go on one of two paths: you can blame the world, your parents, blame God, blame lack of God, or it can light a fire under you that you’re gonna make it no matter what. Paradise City is the show made to inspire these millions of teenagers and young adults. It reminds us that there is no light without darkness, that sorrow and heartbreak can be the greatest drivers of art. It reminds us that there is always hope, that you are never alone and that music is always there if you let it be. Almost everything in Paradise City is inspired by real events I have experienced growing up in an unorthodox single mom household as a kid estranged from his famous father and then my adult life becoming self-made in the ruthless music industry. Supernatural elements that have guided and misguided my life ever since moving to Los Angeles are also prevalent throughout the tale.Ash Avildsen, Director
Are you interested? We are. Will we catch you binging and maybe even simping for our new cast of characters? Have you seen the predecessor American Satan? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or by tweeting us at @TheHoneyPOP!
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