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In the beginning, three were created. Man made of clay. Angels made of light. And a third made of fire. For centuries, stories of angels and men have captured the imagination and been etched into history crossing all boundaries of culture, religion and time. These two races have dominated the landscape of modern mythology, shrouding the evidence that a third was ever created. This third race, born of smokeless fire, was named the jinn. Modern man has all but forgotten this third race ever existed. It is time for him to remember.
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Serinda Swan opens up about the amazing season finale of Graceland in this brand new interview!
The 29-year-old actress stars as Paige, a smart and sexy DEA agent who lives and works with a group of undercover agents from various law enforcement agencies.
JJ caught up with Serinda to get the scoop on the finale, kissing Aaron Tveit, favorite memories, and her hopes for Paige in the second season.
JustJared: First of all, congrats on the second season!
Serinda Swan: Thank you! I love the cast and crew so much. It was such a family, so it was one of those ones that selfishly – obviously, business-wise you want to come back – but friend-wise and family-wise, there was just…we call it a “party line” from crew to cast. Everyone is on that text line. You know something happens when you look at your phone and you have 48 texts. We all woke up to like 70 texts and we’re like “We we’re picked up!”
JJ: There were so many twists and turns this first season. You guys shot it all before the show even premiered. How much was mapped out for you and how much did you learn week-by-week?
SS: Week-by-week. We had no idea what was going on. Jeff [Eastin, the creator] was really great with calling us and letting us know. The map was one that was like drawn on a napkin (laughs). There were definitely a lot of surprises and anything that we needed to know character-wise, he would make sure that we knew – any type of back story or anything to do with who we were investigating. He was very good to make sure that we were all on track with that. There were so many twists and turns. Like, “Oh, I’m going to make out with Mike now. OK, great!” That’s happening (laughs). We didn’t really know Briggs was a heroin addict until it came out. Those were the sort of things where some people were privy to the information and some people weren’t, so we didn’t play into what Serinda knew vs. what Paige knew. That was a cool thing to have, but then again, sometimes I was like, ‘I kinda wish I knew that!’
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