Disney Channel’s ‘Secrets of Sulphur Springs’ Has Mysteries Hidden In Opening Sequences
by Rosie Pendleton · January 15, 2021
Disney Channel viewers are abuzz this week, as the debut for the new original series, Secrets of Sulphur Springs, is finally here. The new show is a mystery series that is living true to its genre; even down to what fans can expect during the opening titles.
Creators of Secrets of Sulphur Springs have cleverly hidden imagery in the shows opening sequences. This will alter this every week to help guide and influence the viewer experience, adding another layer to the viewing experience.
This interesting idea is a creative approach to what title sequences have been in the past. Often preparing the viewer for the kind of experience their in for, Sulphur Springs viewers will immediately be thrust into the world of mystery that awaits them with the start of ever episode.
The newest Disney Channel original series is written and produced by Tracey Thomson of The Young and The Restless, with Charles Pratt Jr. and Gwave Productions, LLC. producing the series.
The show will follow the adventures of 12-Year old Griffin Campbell, brought to life by Preston Oliver, whose life gets turned upside down by a move from Chicago, to the small, fictional, town of Sulphur Springs, Louisiana. A time traveling portal and a town shroud in mysterious occurrences will make for a thrilling adventure for viewers of the show.
The show premieres tonight, January 15th, at 8 P.M. and will launch with a coinciding DisneyNOW companion app titled ‘Mystery at the Tremont.’ Users can explore the mysterious town of Sulphur Springs and enjoy puzzles, mini-games, and hidden surprises.