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How would you place the tone this season and how did you find that tone?
Eddie Izzard: I think the tone is more locked down. I think we ended up at the end of the season with this tone. Some of the episodes in the first season were slightly funnier, and they're not, the funny comes out at very dry and bizarre circumstances in this season.
So, yes, I loved that, and I think Minnie did as well. It seems like there's a cliffhanger at the end of or during every episode.
I mean, at every moment, it looks like they're about to be found out.
“We were cancelled in the wake of punitive measures taken against writers who were vocal in the writers strike in 2007. I’d make this show again in a heartbeat.” Publicly, the network claimed the show was cancelled due to a dip in ratings, though that dip was undoubtedly affected by the show’s forced hiatus during the 2007 stoppage.
But she definitely continues to expand, like all the characters, in sometimes an incredibly destructive way and sometimes she blossoms. I was wondering how many takes it took to get the mojo scene, when you were trying to explain your theory on the mojo?
So I think it makes it like a tighter punch, and we're coming out now. And whilst we all support the writers, I would have loved to have done a full season. I think it's going to leave the audience wanting more, which is a really good way to end a season at all, and the addition of Jared Harris to our cast I think has added a kind of weight and a danger that's really fantastic.
It's a great time to come out, because there's a lot of stuff normally out on television, not all of it is back on television. Do you think a viewer could start the second season without having seen any of the first season?
We were cancelled in the wake of punitive measures taken against writers who were vocal in the writers strike in 2007.
The second season of this dark F/X drama is premiering on March 18 at 10 PM ET.