'Stitchers' Writers Reveal A Secret About The Show You Never Knew

'Stitchers' Writers Reveal A Secret About The Show You Never Knew

Stitchers is one of JJJ‘s favorite shows and most of you know — the suspense always kills us, and delights us all at once.

The Freeform series centers on Kirsten Clark, who has a special ability of being able to be “stitched” into the minds of people who have recently died to use their memories to investigate murders.

Season three of the show just wrapped up, and to hold us over until the news about season four comes (it’s coming, we know it), the writers room shared a super cool tidbit with fans.

“Here’s a Friday fun #Stitchers fact for you: Most pilots get sent to networks and they go through months and months of development,” they write. “Most of the time, those pilots never even see the light of day. Only a handful will ever go into production.”

However, that wasn’t the case with Stitchers.

“#Stitchers was sent to the network on a Friday. It was picked up the following Monday – 48 hours later. The network had zero notes.”

They added, “There were a few instances where we would try to change something and the execs always asked why. They said the script was perfect as is.”

How cool is that?!

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