Lauren LeFranc (‘Impulse’ showrunner) on dealing with sexual assault and trauma in a genre series [Exclusive Video Interview]

Lauren LeFranc (‘Impulse’ showrunner) on dealing with sexual assault and trauma in a genre series [Exclusive Video Interview]
Lauren LeFranc reveals that “Impulse” got its start when director Doug Liman met with YouTube to try and right a cinematic wrong. According to LeFranc, he said that his 2007 science-fiction film “Jumper” was “the only movie that I’ve never really been happy with, and I think I can do better.” He had intended it to be “a coming-of-age story, and it became something different from the studio.” This new series, on which LeFranc serves as showrunner, was an opportunity to tell the story the way it was meant to be. Watch our exclusive video interview with LeFranc above.

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Based on the book series by Steven Gould, “Impulse” centers on Henrietta “Henry” Coles (Maddie Hasson), a teenager who discovers she possesses powers of teleportation. A veteran
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