It’s fun, it’s light television and I think there’s not a lot of that.
When came around, there was a lot of hospital shows, there was a lot of shows that were just sort of depressing.
Not trying to get into any arguments with anybody about this, but I do believe that there’s a fine line.
Yeah, I think it’s important and I love playing the strong woman.
EC: Yeah, and later on, I think in Season Three and Four is when you really started to get a good sense of her as an individual.
I think the writers needed some time to figure out what they wanted to do with Jo and I think that it was a good progression.
As Zane Donovan on Syfy’s Eureka, actor Niall Matter plays a bit of a bad boy techo-wiz with a criminal record.
His character is introduced in the season one episode “E=MC ?She’s becoming, with all the seasons, more well-rounded and you’re able to see all the different aspects of her. that you feel is different enough that it translates so well and is keeping an audience where others are losing their audiences?EC: Well, I think that feel of the show is already a winner.In terms of everything else with the character, though, how’s the progression of the character? Obviously, [there’s] the tension between them as a woman who wants the job that the guy got, so definitely there was some frustration from Jo.SFS: You don’t really see the cracks in her demeanor, though, until she starts to date Zane. SFS: I think that’s when you start to see more layers of her underneath the surface.An unexpected trip back to 1947 by five of Eureka’s residents in the fourth season premiere “Founder’s Day” changes the timeline once they return to the present.