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'Tyrant' Series Finale Postmortem: Adam Rayner on Barry's Full Circle Journey and the Chances of the FX Series ...
When Tyrant star Adam Rayner talked to Yahoo TV on Tuesday evening, tonight's “Two Graves” installment was a season finale. By Wednesday afternoon, it had become a series finale, at least as far as its run on FX is concerned. In a follow-up chat on
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Warning: Storyline and character spoilers ahead for the “Two Graves” series finale episode of Tyrant . What a difference less than a day makes. When Tyrant star Adam Rayner talked to Yahoo TV on Tuesday evening, tonight’s “Two Graves” installment was a season finale. By Wednesday afternoon, it had become a series finale, at least as far as its run on FX is concerned. In a follow-up chat on Wednesday, Rayner said the news of the cancellation didn’t come as a total shock, but it is a disappointment. He also supports the idea that the show has plenty of stories left to tell should another network or streaming service consider picking it up. “Until I was given [an indication] from fairly credible sources, I was hopeful, but it was never going... “There is a core audience that would definitely watch it, and perhaps a network that didn’t need those immediate figures, overnights, et cetera, might be interested in it. As we discussed [yesterday], it’s more topical than ever, it’s more... I think it would be an asset to any network that picked it up. ”. If “Two Graves” does prove to be the series finale, is Rayner satisfied with where the story ends, with Barry essentially becoming the kind of titular leader he set out to be the... “I think you could explore Barry further. I think there are even darker places you could take him… This was where the story had to go, in the episodes available. I think to try and push it further, to an even more total conclusion, would have felt odd, and of course, it was never going to be the case, because everyone always hopes that a show does well enough to come back. I don’t think we would have done anything any differently. I also think there was one eye on it standing as a three [season] trilogy. It had to have an ending that sort of would bring Barry full circle and give a sense of completion, even if there was room to go on. ”. Related: Fall TV Preview: The Scoop on 35 New Shows. What follows is our original conversation with Rayner about “Two Graves,” including his thoughts on Barry’s “full circle” evolution, what he found to be the most shocking storyline in a season that included the deaths of several core characters,... Season 3 really progressed in a way that made the series overall feel like the origin story of Barry’s path to the leadership of the country, specifically, what kind of leader he is and maybe will become. At the heart of that is this story of a man who thinks his destiny is one thing, and it ends up being another thing. It actually turns out to be something that he fears more than anything else… kind of a dark journey because certainly at the moment it looks like he’s going to become what he’s always despised the most, which is the man that his father and then... [Barry] has tried very hard to avoid that, but unfortunately the circumstances, and to some extent, his own personality, have contrived to not let him out of that loop that the men in the family seemed to be locked into. Do you think during all those years Barry stayed away from his home country, living in California, that he felt it was inevitable that if he did return to Abuddin he would end up in this situation. Well, I think subconsciously that’s one of the reasons why he wouldn’t go back, because he knew, even if he wasn’t acknowledging it, he knew that this place was a pull on him, and he knew that in some sense he couldn’t avoid this need to have an... He didn’t want to admit that because he wanted to see… he was fooling himself into thinking he could be an ordinary pediatrician in Pasadena. But of course that’s why he wouldn’t go back… he knew deep down, once he was there, he can’t get away from this place, and he can’t help but get involved.
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Adam Rayner, Actor: Tyrant. Adam Rayner was born in Shrewsbury, England but grew up near Norwich in Norfolk. Having an American mother and a British father means he ...
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