At the end of Season 1, you gave a pretty clear indication of where things could go with Season 2, and it seems like you’ve done that again for Season 3. Is it important for you to give that glimpse?
MATALAS: Yes. You want to show that you have a lot more story to tell, and that does happen organically. You want to answer the questions. You can’t just keep spinning the mystery. The good news is that we still have plenty of mystery left. Even in the last moments, you get a huge answer with a whole bunch of other questions that they’re faced with. If you start to speculate, you can see what Season 3 and 4 look like for these characters. And not just for Cassie and Cole, who are the obvious ones, but for the villains, for Jones, for Jennifer, and for Deacon. Everybody is going to have a point of view about the end of the season, and that’s just fun to play.