An anthology series with an overarching mystery storyline that will be resolved upon the season’s conclusion. Each season is centered on a masked killer with an unknown motive for killing their victims. The first season, retroactively subtitled The Executioner, was co-produced by Chiller and Super Channel, and centered on a mysterious figure billed as the Executioner who terrorizes the fictional town of Waterbury, Canada. The second season, subtitled Guilty Party, follows a group of former summer camp counselors who return to an isolated campground in order to retrieve the body of a murder they committed, before being targeted, one by one, by an unknown killer. The third season, Solstice, is centered on a group of neighbors who are targeted during the summer solstice period due to their complicity in not saving a murder victim who was killed one year earlier in front of their apartment complex.

Queer Plotline Timeline

Season Two: Guilty Party — There’s a horrific secret that a group of former summer camp counselors have buried long ago. Due to a changing circumstance, they must return to their resort in the dead of winter to retrieve the body of Talvinder, whom they murdered while they were camp counsellors, five years earlier. They get surprised when they can’t find the body at the campsite. Later, the group start dying one by one at the hands of a mysterious person wearing a parka, which also alerts the second group of counselors at the resort.

Season Three: Solstice — A mysterious killer known as the “The Druid”, hunts down and kills a group of urbanites during the summer solstice, due to their complicity in not saving a young male victim from being killed, in the previous year, in front of their apartment complex.

Notable Queer-Centric Episodes

  • Season One, Episode 5 "Ill-Gotten Gains" - lesbian couple Debbie and Linda stumble on a body.


There are 6 queer characters listed for this show; 2 are dead.

Regulars (2)

Recurring (2)

Guests (2)

This page was last edited on April 17th, 2022.
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