Grace Hanadarko and the rest of the gang returned last monday night for the third season of Saving Grace and left viewers wanting more. The season opener found Grace (Holly Hunter) employing Ham (Kenny Johnson) in a haphazard scheme to make contact with a young drug addict and this resulted in a shootout that left the addict critically injured while Ham was robbed of his badge and gun.
After seeing Saving Grace's season opener, fans are becoming more curious about what's in store for the rest of season 3. Producers have promised that the new season will begin to reveal a portion of what God's plan is for Grace, as well as Earl's part in it but Hunter reveals that the series doesn't have a specific direction---proving that the possibilities for this show are endless.
"The third season is developing even as we shoot it, which is another really exciting thing about the show," Hunter said. "There are large themes that we want to discuss and approach, but I would say there is no definitive road map."
For the role of Grace, Hunter has won a Gracie Allen Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series in 2007 and has been nominated for an Emmy, a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Lead Actress.
As for cast member Bailey Chase, whose character Butch Ada just announced his engagement to a local TV news reporter, he reveals that fans can look forward to more unexpected twists as Saving Grace heads further into the season.
"The writing has been great, offering some twists and turns for the ensemble will keep you guessing. Butch looks to change his bachelor ways. Maybe," Chase said. "It's looking like another great summer season on TNT."
Fans can catch a new episode of Saving Grace every Tuesday at 10pm on TNT.