13 March 2014 11:14 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The prevailing feeling one gets after watching the first two hours of NBC’s new series "Crisis," which premieres this Sunday, March 16 at 10pm, is that it’s incredibly tense. Starring Gillian Anderson, Dermot Mulroney and Rachael Taylor, the show feels like it could easily be another crisis-of-the-week episodic thriller, but once you realize that "Crisis" is a serialized drama with a longer endgame, it begins to reveal its true potential and feels much more in line with the network's recent slate of dramas that include the critically acclaimed "Hannibal" (on which Anderson also appears as a recurring character). Indiewire sat down star Gillian Anderson to talk about the series premiere, working on three shows ("Crisis," "Hannibal" and the British "The Fall") nearly simultaneously, and the future of "The X-Files." When you get such critical acclaim for consecutive shows, is there ever a worry about ruining the streak or the »

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