Similarly, Jeremy Carver revealed that you and Bishop will be returning to Being Human in this second season.
M.P.: I know the British version, the character comes back [but] the way I come back isn’t quite as– you don’t quite know what I am, to be honest with you. You don’t know if I’m a figment; am I real; what’s going on? Because Aidan, at that point, is disintegrating mentally. He’s really acting out and seeing a lot of things. I could be anyone.
M.P.: I think [Bishop is an] even more justifiable tragedy. Poor Bishop, I mean; he loved too much…I think Lucifer has a respect for Sam but no love for anyone, but I think Bishop is motivated by real love. He wants to find and help and shelter [his] son. I think what’s really different is the positive– the really loyal, positive intentions of Bishop.
LA TV Insider Examiner: With pilot season upon us, are you at a point where you are looking for a show of your own? Or are you happy getting to mix it up and play with a lot of different casts, across networks, genres, and series?
Mark Pellegrino: When you’re not a series regular but you have all of these arcs on these shows, you have a little more independence to do what you want. You’re not locked into anything so much; you have little windows of time where you can work on something else. But I would love to get on a show because these long arcs make me really feel like a part of a family. And growing up the way I did, that was always sort of something that I’ve yearned for. It’s nice to work with people that you’re familiar with because a lot of times you just get so comfortable with everybody, and your work just gets better. The more relaxed and comfortable you are, the less reserved you are, the better your work is. Because when you come into a situation like Castle that’s been on for a few years, they’ve already developed a rhythm, and sometimes it can be a little scary. You don’t know how you’re going to fit or if how your chemistry will be or if you’ll get along with everybody. I’ve been fortunate, but it’s still uncomfortable the first day or two until you find your rhythm.
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