“And we do lean into [a romance] in 19/20…it’s complicated. It’s where we’d go, I think, in season 2. We’d see the stop-start of that as they manage a workplace romance, as neither one had been in an honest or healthy relationship in years. How do these damaged people navigate those waters? I think it would be interesting [story] for the future.”
As the show looks to a potential season 2, the writers are also looking to expand the types of cases the show tells.
“The thing about TAU [is] we’ve been doing typical stalking cases, but now, the other part of TAU is they handle all threats; they’re consultants to every division in the LAPD,” Williamson acknowledged. “So we’re starting to bridge out and show more of those cases like robber-homicide and major crimes, and how they’re consultants to all different divisions.”