Chad Hodge

television writer and producer.

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Wayward Pines executive producer Chad Hodge chats with Michael Schneider about what initially drew him to the series and why he decided to structure his show in an unconventional way.

Chad Hodge and the Mysterious World of 'Wayward Pines'

Wayward Pines executive producer Chad Hodge chats with Michael Schneider about what initially drew him to the series and why he decided to structure his show in an unconventional way.

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