TVLine.com hat ein Interview mit Jon Seda geführt, in dem er über seine Rolle Antonio Dawson spricht. Warum er von Chicago PD zu Chicago Justice wechselt und wie es mit seiner Rolle weiter geht.
TVLine.com | In terms of the timetable, when does Antonio go to being full-time on Justice?
I’ll be doing the first eight episodes on P.D. After that, it will be Justice from then on.
TVLine.com | What spurs the job change to investigator for Antonio?
It’s a promotion. He’s still a cop. He loves being a Chicago cop, and that’s something that he’s always wanted to be. So that’s going to factor in. But moving over to the State’s Attorney’s office and being a lead investigator, he has his own unit there. He still gets to bring down the bad guys and help his city, just on a wider range because he’ll now have state-wide jurisdiction, which he didn’t have before. It’s a different place. It’s something that he has to get used to. It’s a smaller cast. You have some great people there: Carl Weathers; Philip Winchester; Monica Barbaro; Joelle Carter, who’ll be playing Antonio’s partner. There are a lot of factors that will come into play as to why he does go over.
TVLine.com | With the smaller cast, do you feel like the character has more space to breathe and grow on Justice?
There’s going to be more focus on the case, and how each one deals with that case. Antonio hasn’t had a partner since his partner was tragically killed in the first season. So now for him to have a partner, that’s a whole different dynamic. His being a single parent and dealing with that is going to be brought up, and that’s going to factor in a lot. It’s the right time for Antonio.
Das ganze Interview findet ihr hier: TVLine.com