For nearly five years, David Tennant was the charming leading man (or rather, the charming leading alien) in the immensely popular British sci-fi series Doctor Who. Being typecast as the fun-loving doctor can be hard to avoid, and Tennant remained in the role longer than most. Now, more than eight years after leaving the show, he’s adding more diabolical characters to his résumé: first, the mind-controlling rapist Kilgrave on Netflix’s Jessica Jones,and now a cold-blooded murderer in the new thriller Bad Samaritan, directed by Dean Devlin(best known for producing the Independence Day films).
In this behind-the-scenes featurette, Devlin talks a bit about the story while Kerry Condon discusses the experience of working with Tennant, who was perfectly genial offscreen but turned into a completely different person when the cameras began rolling.
The CW has set its summer 2018 premiere dates for new drama series The Outpostand Burden of Truth and returning series My Last Days, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Masters Of Illusion. In addition the season finales for Life Sentence and Supergirl are set for Friday, June 14 and Monday, June 18, respectively.