This week on NBC Debris – after MI6 agent Finola Jones took a few trips through the reality rewrite time loop – she realized that to set things right, she and CIA agent Bryan Beneventi (along with Kathleen and her brother Shelby) had to synchronize the watches and do a final “jump” together at the same time.
With that done, we then saw Finola and Bryan park again towards the Oceanside, Wash, overlook and comment on the sea / low levels of Laghari again, before knocking again on the door of a nearby house, where they were greeted by Shelby… who had also found Kathleen.
This means that everyone has returned to their own original reality! “Or did they or they…? ”asks actor Riann Steele, who plays Finola.
Elaborating a bit on this provocative tease, Steele told TVLine, “This is one of those situations where in Episode 13 (aka the season finale aired on May 24), the last scenes that have been redacted will link that. “
Asked about the ‘redacted’ scenes from the finale, Steele explained, “We only got them at the very last minute. And I think the day we were filming, we were the only people who knew “what those scenes were about.”
Steele said that as an actress she chose to stay in the dark until then, while her costar Jonathan Tucker preferred to know where things were going. “Jonathan had long conversations with [showrunner] Joel [Wyman] and I probably knew a lot more than I did, because I made the decision to literally go from episode to episode, from script to script, and to learn in real time as much as Finola knows, ”he said. she declared. “It wasn’t until I got to the end that it all stopped and a lot of questions were answered – in ways you wouldn’t expect.
While viewing the rest of the final three episodes of season 1 of the sci-fi drama, Steele said that upon release of this part-time two-part looping arc, “there was an interesting change” between the two agents, who over the past few weeks have been collaborating secretly under the noses of their counter-current MI6 and CIA leaders.
“The Finola that you meet at the start [of the series] is full of optimism, hope and faith, and Bryan is like “the number guy”. He’s here for a different reason, ”Steele noted. “But there’s a change coming, and all of a sudden we find out that Bryan has a new lease on understanding the wreckage and understanding his purpose. Meanwhile, Finola “suddenly starts to be afraid of what exactly is going on and the world they are entering now, and what it all means.” And that, I think, is going to be a really interesting change between them.
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