Executive Producer/ Director
“IT’S JUST MEANT TO BE THIS FEELING OF WHEN SMALL TOWNS ARE GOSSIPING.”
— Rachel Bloom
“The camera is constantly moving, so you have this fluid camera movement showing this bright village — this little hamlet of West Covina — where everything’s bustling in this bright, bubbly way, but then moving into a darker, more ominous tone and mood and style where you get to the hotel where she’s hiding out. We had three cameras shooting the big dance sequence at the same time, and because we had the horse, and you find out on the day the horse can only go up the hill six times, we were like, ‘OK we’ll shoot the rehearsal.’ It’s all about getting the timing right.”
The third season premiere of the CW’S “Crazy Ex- Girlfriend” gathered its entire cast, including supporting players, for an essential musical number to launch its story.