Paper Girls, a science fiction/comedy film based on Time Travel and Stranger Things, has been released for the first time this week on Prime Video. However, the found family aspects of the story and the fact that the show allows past and future versions of the same characters to interact opens a completely different discussion about the series. This is what series star Sofia Rosinsky discussed in an exclusive interview with Collider Ladies Night.
Rosisnky, who plays Mac Coyle, had a lot to say to Colliders Perri Nemiroff about her character, her personality, and her shocking turning point. Rosinsky also touched on what she would like to do with the show if it returns for Season 2:
Mac's sense of humor is very present throughout Season 1, though, until she discovers some shocking information. It's really useless now. I think that in one way, Mac's shell starts to melt away, and I think that when she discovers who she is, she's able to let that go. I'm just looking forward to learning more about her character later.
The other person who is eager for a second run of Paper Girls is Rosinsky. During the series panel at this years SDCC, showrunners and executive producers Brian K. Vaughan, Christopher C. Rogers, and Cliff Chiang discussed Season 2 with Collider.
Paper Girls is based on the same name as Toy Story 4, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, which ran for 30 issues between 2015 and 2019. The cast includes Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nelet, Ali Wong, Nate Corddry, Adina Porter, and Fina Strazza.
All episodes of Paper Girls are now available on Prime Video. You may also see the showrunners interview at Comic-Con here: