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'Those Who Kill': Chloe Sevigny and James D'Arcy track down '21st century monsters'

Sitting in a posh hotel suite in Pasadena, Calif., James D'Arcy, British star of the A&E Network serial-killer drama "Those Who Kill," premiering Monday, March 3, recalls taking the first-time plunge into an open-ended TV series."The nature of television is you have a vague idea of where you're going, but that can change," he tells Zap2it. "It's the first time I've done something where I don't know what the end was when I accepted the role. It's the first time I've done anything where I didn't read all the scripts.""That's always challenging for me as well," says his co-star, Chloe Sevigny, who's done film, stage and TV series ("Big Love," "Hit & Miss," "American Horror Story: Asylum"). "You don't have any control."Luckily, both are doing a show with a TV veteran at the helm. Glen Morgan ("Wiseguy," "The X-Files," "Millennium," "Bionic Woman") adapted it from the Danish series "Den som draeber" (which means "Those Who... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/those-who-kill-chloe-sevigny-and-james-darcy-track-down-21st-century-monsters.html

'Those Who Kill' premiere: Chloe Sevigny's Catherine is 'morally ambiguous'

In A&E's new drama "Those Who Kill," Chloe Sevigny's homicide detective Catherine Jensen is a different breed of leading lady. More in line with "Hannibal's" Will Graham or "The Following's" Ryan Hardy, Catherine is deeply troubled and has a mentality that she needs to be worse than the perpetrators she hunts down. "I think she's morally ambiguous, which is interesting," Sevingy tells Zap2it at the "Those Who Kill" series premiere red carpet. "I think we have so many male characters on television who are like that these days, it's nice to have a female like that." Because of that, Catherine becomes a somewhat unreliable narrator. She believes her step-father Howard Burgess, played by Bruce Davison, is responsible for the disappearance of her brother, though whether that's the case has yet to be determined. Even Davison doesn't know how much viewers can trust Catherine. "I think she's a very intriguing narrator. I don't know how reliable... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/those-who-kill-premiere-chloe-sevignys-catherine-is-morally-ambiguous.html

Those Who Kill (A&E) Series Premiere 2014 “Pilot”

Those Who Kill  premieres Monday, March 3 at 10/9c on A&E. Episode Synopsis:  Those Who Kill Episode 1 “Pilot”- A serial killer is pursued in the opener of this series about an unpredictable homicide detective who teams with a forensic psychologist to solve murders in Pittsburgh. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2014/03/03/those-who-kill-ae-series-premiere-2014-pilot/