Secrets of Sulphur Springs Addresses Racism With a '60s Trip — Watch Video

Secrets of Sulphur Springs Addresses Racism With a '60s Trip — Watch Video
Disney Channel’s new sci-fi drama Secrets of Sulphur Springs (Fridays, 8/7c) often draws comparisons to Stranger Things. The titles even rhyme. But in this week’s installment, Sulphur Springs will tackle something the Netflix hit has not — racism.

The trouble starts when Griffin (Preston Oliver) and Harper (Kyliegh Curran) travel back in time to 1962 to find Savannah (Swamp Thing‘s Elle Graham) at the then-bustling Tremont Hotel in New Orleans. It’s, of course, the same hotel that Griffin’s family purchased in the present to refurbish and return to its former glory. As you’ll see in TVLine
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