At this point, we know she helped Harry create the Code. But there’s a feeling that she may be a serial killer or psychopath herself. Something’s up.
Yeah, I mean, everyone’s convinced from my end — people that I know that know I’m doing it — that I’m going to be a killer and I’m going to be a baddie. But that’s the whole excitement of the show. I vehicle darkness well, so the casting is obviously not a surprise. It’s obviously in me and I bring it out.
Right, but your very casting could be a red herring. Because why would they cast someone who’s known for playing bad people if she were going to actually turn out bad? It becomes a mind game.
Well, that’s good. That’s what it’s all about. You’re never quite sure with characters I play, where the hell they’re going to go. Unfortunately, there is not much I can say. I know the arc of Vogel’s character from the beginning to the end, although I didn’t know what my end was going to be [when I took the part]. But I knew the main arc.
Yvonne Strahovski gave THR the tease on Hannah’s eventual return:
“When does she come back and in what fashion does she re-introduce herself into Dexter’s life? She’s kind of a psycho, kind of in love with him, and a lot of different things. She comes back to stir it up.”
Cast members past and present reminisce about Dexter in the following video from Showtime:
FX has released another featurette for The Bridge:
Beginning Monday, each season of the groundbreaking mob drama, will be available — in consecutive order, for one month. That means, Season 1 is at your disposal throughout July, Season 2 will be accessible in August, and so forth.
NBC has snared Mark Burnett‘s follow-up to his popular miniseries The Bible, A.D: Beyond the Bible, to be exec produced by Burnett and Roma Downey.
Official details follow:
“NBC is thrilled to bring this highly-anticipated sequel to Mark and Roma’s ‘The Bible’ to network television,” said Salke. “There was huge interest in this project within the television community and NBC is gratified by Mark’s confidence in our ability to partner with him and position this miniseries as true event television.”
Greenblatt added: “I followed the development process of ‘The Bible’ closely with Mark and knew that the story was far from over after Christ’s Crucifixion. In fact, what happened in the aftermath – which is essentially the beginning of Christianity – is utterly fascinating. The day after ‘The Bible’ premiered, I told Mark we were on board with no hesitation for the follow-up miniseries. This will be attention-getting in every way, and we’re proud to continue our association with Mark which has just grown exponentially from ‘The Voice.'”
“We are thrilled to be working with Bob, Jen and Quinn Taylor to bring the follow-up to our hit cable series The Bible’ to broadcast television with NBC,” said Burnett and Downey. “Our new series, A.D.: BEYOND THE BIBLE, is another massive project and a major commitment, but it’s a story that has to be told. It’s a story that changed the world. We look forward to making this an enormous television event on NBC.”
AD: Beyond the Bible will be executive produced by “The Bible” team of Roma Downey, Mark Burnett and Richard Bedser. It will be a co-production between LightWorkers Media, Hearst Productions and Universal Television.