“Dexter” Season 7′s many buzzed about addition, “Chuck” alum Yvonne Strahovski, was unequivocally committed to training a details and outs of a Showtime array — so many so, that it frightened her.
Strahovski suggested during a Television Critics Association Press Tour this summer that she watched all 6 seasons of “Dexter” over a march of 3 weeks after anticipating out she got a role. And she got very held adult in a series.
“I had nightmares via those 3 weeks,” Strahovski told IGN. “I was only in a thick of examination some partial that was flattering creepy. we was home alone and there was a strike during a door. It was some pointless genuine estate representative doing doorway knocks, and it was only so questionable to me. we remember, during a door, we was like, ‘Yes? What do we want?’ He afterwards asked me a thousand questions, and we was still completely, unequivocally suspicious. we suspicion for certain he was a sequence killer. For sure.”
Strahovski combined that she already knew what was going to occur in some of her back-to-back observation sessions. “Some of a seasons were marred for me since … we knew Rita was going to die, we knew Debra was going to [see him],” she told IGN. “But what we unequivocally enjoyed were Debra’s therapy sessions. we didn’t know that was going to happen. we didn’t know that she would learn that she had these formidable feelings for Dexter. That was a sum startle and surprise. So now I’m super vehement when we get a scripts.”
As for Hannah McKay, Strahovski’s “Dexter” impression who has a tie to a suggested character, she couldn’t exhibit too much. At Comic-Con this summer, Strahovski said, Hannah is “woman of poser with a dim past.” She meets Dexter and helps him with an review of an aged murder mystery.
Watch a first dual mins of “Dexter” Season 7 here and balance in for a full premiere on Sunday, Sep 30, during 9 p.m. ET on Showtime.
At slightest Strahovski done it by “Dexter.” Below, take a demeanour during stars who didn’t watch their possess shows.
Connie Britton, “American Horror Story”
In between her longtime purpose as a dear Tammie Taylor on “Friday Night Lights” and her arriving partial on “Nashville,” Connie Britton starred in Season 1 of Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story.” But, Britton certified to Starcam.com that she hasn’t seen it, and not since she doesn’t wish to watch herself or a show. “I haven’t watched it all behind since I’m too scared. I’m only too frightened … and we unequivocally wish to,” a href=”http://blog.starcam.com/post/connie-britton-american-horror-story-screening.aspx” target=”_hplink”Britton told Starcam.com/a. “I’m going to get somebody and literally make them lay down and watch it with me from start to finish so that we can't be so scared. I’m such a baby!”
Adam Driver, “Girls.”
Adam Driver, a actor many softened impression on “Girls,” recently told Vulture that they generally filmed what creator and star Lena Dunham had written, though also attempted some of his suggestions. But Driver doesn’t know how many done it into a argumentative HBO series. “I haven’t watched a show. we saw a pilot, and we schooled my lesson. we can’t assistance though see a mistakes,” a href=”http://www.vulture.com/2012/06/hbo-girls-adam-driver-on-playing-lena-dunhams-boyfriend.html” target=”_hplink”Driver told Vulture/a.
Jimmie Walker, “Good Times”
Jimmie Walker starred as J. J. Evans in a iconic ’70s sitcom “Good Times,” and is maybe best remembered for his catchphrase, “Dy-no-mite!” a href=”http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/26/jimmie-walker-good-times_n_1628236.html” target=”_hplink”Walker stopped by “Today”/a to speak about his new book “Dyn-o-mite, Good Times, Bad Times, Our Times, a Memoir” and suggested that he never watched a singular partial of his possess strike show, “because we was always bustling doing other stuff.”
Matthew Fox, “Lost”
“I don’t unequivocally ever watch myself … we never watched an partial of ‘Lost,’” a href=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMg7qcFoUuU” target=”_hplink”Matthew Fox certified during Newsweek’s 2010 Emmys roundtable discussion/a. “Breaking Bad” Bryan Cranston brought a laughs when he replied: “It’s a good show. You should see it some time.”
Jerry Springer, “Jerry Springer”
As Jerry Springer distinguished a 20th deteriorate of his vast daytime self-titled program, a star non-stop adult to a Associated Press about not being one of a clinging viewers. “I don’t watch a show, though it’s not directed during 66-year-old men,” a href=”http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/10/26/jerry-springer-i-dont-wat_n_774253.html” target=”_hplink”Springer told a AP/a. “If we were in college, we would watch. we suffer doing it. It’s a lot of fun.”
Naveen Andrews, “Lost”
Much like Matthew Fox, Naveen Andrews also didn’t balance into a sci-fi ABC play he starred on for 6 seasons. “I was unequivocally confused, only since we never saw this show,” a href=”http://www.itv.com/itvplayer/video/?Filter=319753″ target=”_hplink”Andrews told “Daybreak”/a about how he felt during a end. “I saw a commander … though we never saw an partial of ‘Lost.’” He went on to explain: “When a finish came, we had people like Marilyn Manson, of all people, perplexing to remonstrate me that they resolved it unequivocally well, it all done sense. we mean, he’s a genuine fan … He has Hurley’s numbers tattooed into his arm.”
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