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Polished Edge: Kevin Bacon of ‘The Following’ on Fox


Polished Edge: Kevin Bacon of ‘The Following’ on Fox


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Celebrity Q&A
February 27, 2013
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Q: Why did you decide to do TV?

A: Three or four years ago I reluctantly said I want to do a series. When I started out, that was where you went to die. It took me way longer to come to than my wife (Kyra Sedgwick). I read two or three scripts that were way better than movie scripts. That began a process. I was developing stuff for premium.

Q: Though this is on network, it is pushing the envelope as far as violence, gore and subject matter. Does it seem more like a cable than a network show to you?

A: Truth be told, they are definitely testing the waters. When I read the first, I was thinking (this was) premium or basic cable.

Q: What were your first reactions to the pilot?

A: This is really cool. And I am not going to do 22 episodes. It’s 15 episodes and midseason.

Q: When did you last do television as your steady gig?

A: This is the first since “Guiding Light” (1980-81).

Q: You have played a lot of really dark characters, and this man, Ryan Hardy -- a former FBI agent with a drinking problem and a bitter outlook -- isn’t exactly a ray of sunshine. Why these types of guys?

A: I am just drawn to dark stuff. This is creepy and scary for sure, when you see what happens.

Q: Did you plan this so Kyra had ended her show and you were starting one?

A: No. I have been such a TV husband.
 

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