After all, the Prison Break and Walking Dead alum reminded Michael Ausiello during the USA Network drama’s visit to TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite, “I’ve never survived the third season of a television show. Nope, not once.” (Prison Break‘s decapitated Dr. Sara Tancredi wasn’t “resurrected” until Season 4, remember.)
[Cue awkward exchanges with Colony executive producers Ryan Condal and Wes Tooke, about whether Callies’ luck will finally change.]
As for what Season 3 will look like in the wake of the sophomore finale, the short answer is: very different. Says Peter Jacobson, “This is a global occupation, so there are many places for us to go,” especially now that rendition has turned the Los Angeles bloc into a “quiet, lonely place,” Condal notes.
Also in the video Q&A above: Jacobson begins to talk about “ramped-up” “alien activity,” before getting hushed by castmate Tory Kittles; Callies promises a pleasantly surprising amount of mythology reveals in the Season 3 premiere alone (and mulls the prospect of more Prison Break); and the EPs discuss for just how many seasons they think this story can be told.
During the “occupation” drama’s actual Comic-Con panel, concept art (above right) for an upcoming “battle” was revealed, as was the sizzle reel below: