Carina Adly MacKenzie is setting the record straight.
Earlier in the day on Friday (July 10), it was announced that the Roswell, New Mexico creator had resigned from the show, where she served as an executive producer and co-showrunner.
In an article about her leaving the series, it was reported that Carina had tension with cast and crew, which led to her eventually leaving.
“Because there’s a lot of nonsense getting spread around, let me make it clear this decision has nothing to do with any of the cast, crew, or writers. I love them in an epic forever handprints-on-my-soul kinda way,” Carina wrote on Twitter. “Finding Liz Ortecho with Jeanine [Mason] has been a joy. I think any fan who joined us for a glass of wine on Instagram live during this shutdown knows there’s no ‘tension,’ so I’m just gonna go back to texting with her about the home reno projects we’re both working on and roll my eyes at that boring attempt to pit women against each other. What year is it?”
“As for ~secret anonymous sources~ revealing that I wasn’t in the writer’s room as much as I’d have liked to be, TRUE TRUE TRUE. ? Shooting on location while writing in LA is so hard. Thank god for my co-showrunner/friend/partner/champion Chris Hollier; together we could be in two places at once,” she continued.
“Over the last few months, the team and I broke the Season 3 story together, I had talks with the actors about the season character journeys. I put my finishing touches on the season premiere this week. But this is a business, and there were fundamental disagreements about a couple of things that were and are very important to me,” Carina concluded.
Back in June, Carina was very outspoken on Twitter about gay love scenes being cut from Roswell, New Mexico‘s airing on ITV in the UK.
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