Hot on the six-inch heels of the first season’s two-year continuous run, Paperny Films’ acclaimed Showcase Original series KINK moves to Toronto and follows the fetishes of a new set of sexual explorers. Thirteen all-new episodes of KINK will air Fridays at 9:35 p.m. ET/PT beginning March 28.
This time, it’s not just seasoned players who are willing to open their dungeons for the camera. KINK also follows “newbies” Lynda and Karel, a self-described “nice couple from Peterborough,” as they experiment with, and ultimately embrace, the whips and restraints of bondage and domination. Other subjects include Nina, a pre-op transsexual bombshell who is struggling with the decision to undertake a full sex change operation; Mistress Demonika, a professional dominatrix; Candy Cane, a committed sexual adventurer; polyamorous bisexuals Rowan and Diane; and Todd, a former escort and purveyor of homemade porn videos.
“At the heart of KINK are individuals who are looking for identity, community, acceptance, even love,” says Stacey Offman, KINK producer. “While their experiences are unique, their issues are universal.”
“We look forward to this brand-spanking-new season of KINK,” says Laura Michalchyshyn, Senior Vice-President of Programming for the Dramatic Networks at Alliance Atlantis. “In this second season, the subjects of KINK have all been very generous in letting us into their private lives and their play spaces. We’re all very proud of this series.”
KINK is produced by Paperny Films Inc. in association with Showcase. The series is executive produced by David Paperny and produced by Stacey Offman. KINK is directed by Dennis Heaton, Aerlyn Weissman and field director Noam Gonick.