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When you found out what it was, did it change the character in your mind?
Atwell: It changes what Peggy’s about to experience. Things are not what they seem. It involves ghosts from her past, and things that she’s put to bed that she thought were over, but they’re not. It’s really terrifying and scary. It will change her view of the world. It would almost be as big as her finding out in season 3 that Steve Rogers is alive, but he’s frozen in some ice. Unfortunately, she doesn’t find that out until she’s in her nineties, but it’s as big as that for her.
How do you feel about the show’s chances for a third season?
FAZEKAS: Bad. People have to watch the show. While I would love to see it continue on, it’s a bummer — a bummer for all of us, cast included.
Source and more: EW
Why end the season with that cliffhanger?
Fazekas: What I really love about Thompson’s arc for the season is it really is a great journey for him. He, as we have said a lot, puts his ambition and his ego over other things, over sometimes doing the right thing, and he often doesn’t care who gets hurt or who is upset about it. And as we’ve established with Vernon Masters [Kurtwood Smith], he’s been trained to do that. This is his mentor, this is somebody who was a like a friend of his father’s. He was trained to be that guy. In great part because of his relationship with Peggy and his experience at finding out what kind of person Vernon Masters really was, he actually decides to do the right thing in the end at great cost to himself. It symbolizes how much he had to sacrifice to do the right thing.
Can you tease who the killer is, or is that something you want to save for a potential season three?
Fazekas: No, I’m going to save that for season three. [Laughs] Sorry! We have an idea though.
Source and more: THR