DATE: November 4, 2009
Elizabeth Mitchell: [On Publicity]: "It's worth it. Most of the time, you want to build the hype so something less than adequate can be put out there and people will swallow it. But in this particular case, we're like, 'Just watch it!' That's all we really want you to do is actually just turn on your television and watch it, because then you'll want to watch the next one. You're going to think it's good. Otherwise, I wouldn't be out here saying, 'It's really good!'"
Morena Baccarin: "I think Diana's a lot more evil. It's a very different character. It's a different show. Anna I think strides that line between good and evil a little bit more.... That being said, I think Anna definitely wants to call the shots. Anna is the leader of the Visitors, so she's the one and calling the shots and figuring out what needs to happen in order for them to get what they want. [But] It would be wrong to play her as this misogynistic leader that just demands what she does of people. I think one of the wonderful things that the writers have given me with Anna is a nurturing personality. Somebody that has the well being of other people in mind. She doesn't take s**t, but at the same time, she's a nurturing leader."