Season two of Unsure/Positive is sure to be an epic one, especially with the addition of Danny Pintauro.
Unlike last season, creator Christian Kiley has a staff of writers, including Jacqui Teruya, which makes it a truly collaborative process.
As he said to Plus, what they're trying to achieve in the writing room is not only a great story, but to truly eluxidate what goes on inside someone's head after recieving a diagnosis.
"... to highlight the nuances," he puts it, "and make the subjected experience for viewers that don’t know anything about it, which was the primary goal. I think that remains one of our rules in the writer's room, that we want to create something. We hope to give the niche audience something to work with, but really we’re trying to get an entry narrative that is a realistic depiction of someone living with HIV."
Thanks to a successful kickstarter campaign, the cast and crew will be able to tell their stories accurately — and with honesty. Here's a sneak peak of what we have in store: