Sundance’s ‘The Red Road’ Aims to Stay Authentic With a Pretend Indian Tribe, Producers Say

Sundance Channel’s upcoming scripted drama “The Red Road,” which centers on a sheriff who strikes an uneasy alliance with a Native American after tragedy strikes, is based on an actual Indian tribe residing near New York City.

During a panel for the series at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena on Saturday, show creator Aaron Guzikowski and executive producer Bridget Carpenter (pictured above, with series star Jason Momoa) discussed the challenges of creating a fictionalized form of a real tribe while staying true to the source material.   Read More...


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