She is different than me, yes, but she is an easy character to step into. It’s quite seamless.
(PRWEB) January 11, 2014
Jane Levy, of ABC's 'Suburgatory,' recently opened up to TVRage.com's Senior Writer Anthony Marcusa about the upcoming season of her hit comedy. She also chats about living in the suburbs, residing in sunny California and what fans can expect from her in the future.
Here's an excerpt from the interview:
"TVRage: So is Tessa, this girl thrust into suburbia, a character that was always familiar, or is she a departure for you?
Levy: She is different than me, yes, but she is an easy character to step into. It’s quite seamless. I didn’t have to do a lot of character work, I really just follow the writing -- we have great writing.
TVRage: So looking ahead, what can you tell us about what to expect in Season 3?
Levy: Well, a lot happens in the half season – its 13 episodes. Tessa moves back into with her dad quickly in the first episode, she spends a lot of time this season thinking about her (ex-) boyfriend; they broke up last year.
I think she feels a little uncertain about a lot of things. You break up with someone, you are alone again, and she’s more and more into that idea. She feels alone because everyone else has boyfriends. She tries a knitting circle, saying basically, “If I’m going to be an old lady, I might as well be an old lady, and hang out with 80-years-old and knit.”
TVRage: So is there anything that compares to the epic fight scene we saw towards the end of last year between Tessa and Dalia?
Levy: Nothing compares to that actually (laughs)."
Season 3 of 'Suburgatory' premieres Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 8:30/7:30c on ABC.