WOW Productions Teams with One7evenOne Productions for New Crime-Drama Limited Series ‘Secrets in Plain Sight’ Premiering Mid-November

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With the pandemic halting gatherings in 2020, WOW Productions theatre company, best known for their original stage plays, joined forces and partnered again with One7evenOne Productions to create a product that could be enjoyed by more audiences wherever they choose to view them, a limited series. ‘Secrets in Plain Sight’ will premiere the first episode of Season 1 on Monday, November 15th at 7pm ET/PT on WOW Productions TV, the theatre companies’ Youtube channel at Episodes will air weekly on Mondays at 7pm and audiences can watch online or they can watch the new episodes live at the weekly watch party at the newly opened WOW Performing Arts Center (8907 Two Notch Road, Suite F, Columbia, SC 29229). The watch party is free and open to the public and attendees can reserve their seats by registering online at

The team at Walking on Water Productions tasked themselves with creating a riveting and enticing story that promises to have audiences tuning in season after season! After a wildly successful screening at Harbison Theatre, the show has already been praised for its talented, predominantly local cast and its cinematic depiction of Soda City. “I have never seen Columbia look this good”, said one of Sunday’s red-carpet premiere attendees. Audiences can support by watching the new series and subscribing to WOW Productions TV (

Synopsis: Starting over seemed to be a great idea. At least, that’s what Michelle, Sonya, and Diane thought. However, their lives are forever changed once they meet. The lies, secrets, and deceit they thought they’d left behind is intertwined in a way that threatens to be the death of everything they have tried to rebuild.

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