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Ingrid Bolsø Berdal,
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Tomas Alf Larsen
None of the main cast (other than Harry Hamlin who had signed on for only one episode) knew if their character was going to survive to the end of any episode until the day before they got the script. Rather than letting them read about it in the script the job of telling an actor that his or her character was going to be killed in the next episode fell to the Executive Producer Karim Zreik, a job that earned him the nick name "The Assassin". See more »
First, i'd like to congratulate CBS for showing us this great series!
Seriously, this series is really awesome. The casting, the soundtrack, the producing, editing, everything went perfect in these short, but great 13 episodes. I mean, it's by far, one of the best TV shows ever. The deaths were really smart and at the end of each episode, we'd be overwhelmed by the quality of the series and waiting, really hard, for another episode.
Episode by episode, death by death, the series gained a lot of tension and interest.
And we have to see this point: it's better to have a unique season of great quality, in spite of having a lot of seasons, with poor quality episodes and no story to tell!
Congratulatins, Harper's Island! You made it.
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