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The Bewitched Continuum “Bewitched” aired eight seasons on ABC from 1964-72, for a total of 254 episodes.
The series revolves around Darrin Stephens, an advertising executive, who marries a beautiful woman, Samantha, only to discover she is a witch with magic powers. He makes her promise him that she will live like a mortal, without using witchcraft and spells in their lives, but her best efforts are thwarted by the constant interference of magical relatives in their lives.
About Adam-Michael James: An expert at continuity, Adam-Michael James has a long history in the entertainment industry. He spent two years writing script coverage for film production companies such as Centropolis Entertainment, Carsey-Werner-Mandabach, and Beacon Pictures.
He also has three years’ experience writing continuity scripts for radio. His exposure to the television industry through his work as an agency assistant and background actor give him a unique and qualified standpoint from which to write “The Bewitched Continuum.”
James’ literary output includes the book and lyrics for the musical drama “The Nine Lives of L.M. Montgomery,” “Extra, Extra: Memoirs from a Piece of Human Furniture,” a humorous how-to book on being a Hollywood extra, and the novel “Undo the Deed,” a time-travel story with a child abuse theme that was influenced by “Bewitched.” Since 2009, James has been a columnist for the website soapcentral.com
Film composer Matthew Llewellyn’s musical repertoire is grounded in the traditions of symphonic music for cinema as well as the modern movie making experience.
Llewellyn has been an integral member of composer Brian Tyler’s team working on high profile projects such as IRON MAN 3, THOR: THE DARK WORLD, NOW YOU SEE ME, THE EXPENDABLES 2, and FINAL DESTINATION 5. Llewellyn composed additional music for the critically acclaimed video game FAR CRY 3 and Don Coscarelli’s (Bubba Ho-Tep, Phantasm) film JOHN DIES AT THE END which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012. He also provided musical arrangements for the hit video games ASSASSIN’S CREED IV: BLACK FLAG, ARMY OF TWO: THE DEVIL’S CARTEL and CALL OF DUTY: MODERN WARFARE 3.
Recently branching out with his own composing career, Matthew Llewellyn has scored three feature films for the Chiller Network, a division of NBC Universal, including DEEP IN THE DARKNESS, DEAD SOULS, and REMAINS. His dramatic orchestral scores for DEEP IN THE DARKNESS and DEAD SOULS were both recorded with the Slovakia National Symphony Orchestra. The DEAD SOULS soundtrack was released in 2012 by Screamworks Records and MovieScore Media and his forthcoming DEEP IN THE DARKNESS soundtrack will be released by MovieScore Media in partnership with Kronos Records in May 2014.
Matthew Llewellyn graduated from the Scoring for Motion Picture and Television program at the University of Southern California as well as receiving a Bachelors of Music degree in Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music. Born in California but raised in Minnesota, Llewellyn has played piano since the age of six and guitar from the age of fourteen. He also plays mandolin, bouzouki, ukulele, bass, and is constantly adding new instruments to his palette. For more information on Matthew Llewellyn, visit the composer’s website at matthewllewellyn.com