Kevin Bacon spoke to TV Guide about the unravelling of Joe Carroll in the final episodes of the first season:
“You start to see that he does have vulnerabilities, and that maybe this master plan is not as well thought out as he thought it was. The second that that happens, [Ryan] has the instinct to know that’s what’s going on with him.”
On Hardy beginning to accept that, like Joe, he’s motivated by death:
“It strangely invigorates him, makes him come alive. So often, Joe is able to push [Ryan] to an emotional place. And he’s not a guy that can really emotionally disconnect himself from his job. … Which is probably why things didn’t work out for him at the FBI. He just is too wrapped up in this, to the extent that he even sleeps with a serial killer’s ex-wife. I think that was misguided.”
Hell On Wheels
Jennifer Ferrin (The Cape, The Following) has landed a series regular role in the AMC western’s third season, TVLine confirms. She will play Louise Ellison, a smart, witty and flirtatious journalist hired by the New York Sun to cover the “story of the century” — the building of the Transcontinental Railroad. Louise goes about her work with an amount of human emotion as well as thorough, blunt, truthful fact-finding. She is battle-hardened, independent and demands to be treated with the same respect that any man in her position would be given.
It seems anything Once Upon A Time can do, Revenge can do too. Here’s the Revenge animated promo — “Be careful who you cross”:
Sundance Channel President Sarah Barnett has confirmed that the network would very much like to see the story — which is said to deliver an unresolved first season — continue into a second season. The series debuts April 22. [EW]