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Said Krause about Season 2, “The lines get blurred between these two in legitimate and illegitimate way.”
The Catch EP Allan Heinberg mentioned that the case work of the week for Vaughn’s AVI firm “was really challenging” in Season 1, but he felt he “owed the network and the audience the case of the week.”
“They became hard to break every week and took an enormous amount of real estate in the script,” he said. “These cases weren’t allowing me to get to know the characters as well as I wanted. [In Season 2] AVI only will do cases that explore (Benjamin and Alice’s) backstories and relationship.”
Showrunner Allan Heinberg told reporters Tuesday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour that the con-man drama starring Peter Krause (Parenthood) and Mireille Enos (The Killing) and produced by Shonda Rhimes will embrace comedy and abandon its procedural element in season two.
“The case work … was really challenging. We were finding out what the show was as we went. I owed the network and audience a ‘case of the week’ every week, and they were hard to break and took up an enormous amount of real estate in the script,” said Heinberg, noting that the cases limited the show’s ability to get to know its central characters and explore the soap elements of their lives.
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MEET THE ATTENDING CAST Mireille Enos , Peter Krause , Rose Rollins , Sonya Walger , Elvy Yost , Jay Hayden , John Simm , Gina Torres and Allan Heinberg
LA-based company arrives at AFM with international rights to psychological thriller starring Mireille Enos from executive producers Zachary Quinto and Neal Dodson.
Camille Thoman wrote and directed You Were Never Here, which also stars Sam Shepard, Goran Visnjic, Vincent Piazza and Nina Arianda.
Enos plays an artist who may be taking things too far when she investigates a series of disturbing events and begins to suspect someone is watching her.
Julian Cautherley, Radium Cheung, Bronwyn Cornelius, Corey Moosa, Camille Thoman and Elizabeth Yng-Wong produced. Executive producers Quinto and Dodson produced Margin Call.