The second season of The Bridge (FX, Wednesdays, 10/9C) gets underway this evening with no perceptible loss of complexity and intrigue. In the first ten minutes, several distinct arcs are set up some seeming to have potential for connecting, some seeming more tangential – though all will, no doubt be woven together in some way or another.
The Bridge (FX, Wednesday, 10/9C) is an unusual series, taking, as it does, Mexican/American relations down to a two-city representative sample – a sample that is further deepened by the cities involved, Juarez and El Paso, not quite being typical cities of either country.
Then those relations are taken down to an individual level – El Paso Detective Sonya Cross and Chihuahua State Police officer Marco Ruis. She has Asberger’s, which makes things a bit awkward except for solving crimes; he’s an honest cop in a corrupt environment – also the source of some tension in his life.
Diane Kruger returns to The Bridge for the show’s second season, this week and recently took some time from shooting to chat with a group of journalists/bloggers. Though she was unexpectedly called back to set early, there was enough time for us to dig into season two.
We are back with more interviews from the set visit to “The Bridge”! Our first featured interview was with Demian Bichir. We return with a second featured interview with none other than the wonderful lead actress Diane Kruger who plays El Paso homicide detective Sonya Cross. She met with journalists and bloggers to talk about the season of “The Bridge”, which returns for a second season on July 9, Wed. 10/9c on FX.
If you haven’t been following FX’s atmospheric new series, The Bridge (Wednesdays, 10/9C), the network has created a mid-season recap video leading into the teaser for tomorrow night’s new episode, The Beetle – both of which can be seen following the jump.
Things are getting more complicated by the minute on FX’s The Bridge (Wednesdays, 9/8C). For example, how can a dead man figure in the cross-border serial killer case being investigated by El Paso PD Detective Sonya Cross and Chihuahua State Police officer Marco Ruiz?
For a glimpse of what’s next on The Bridge – and a look at Matthew Lillard’s take on his character, reporter/addict/jerk, Daniel Frye – follow the link.
The Bridge’s (FX, Wednesdays, 10/9C) Detective Sonya Cross is one of the more unusual lead characters on a TV series. Learn more about her in the above video, then follow the jump to the teaser for this week’s episode, Rio.
FX’s The Bridge (Wednesdays, 10/9C) has gotten off to a bizarre and compelling start but, to quote someone famous, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Check out a glimpse of what The Bridge’s premiere season has in store – then follow the jump to get a wee bit more specific look at next week’s episode, Calaca.
The Bridge (FX, Wednesdays, 10/9C) opens with a car approaching the bridge that crossing the American/Mexican border between El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Chihuahua. The lights go out on the bridge and, when they blink on again, there is a woman’s body carefully placed on the exact borderline between the two countries.
FX’s new series, The Bridge (Wednesdays, 10/9C), finds detectives from two vastly different jurisdictions – El Paso Texas and Juarez – having to work together to find a serial killer who has decided to take a political position. The series stars Diane Kruger and Demian Bechir and premieres on July 10th. To give you get a brief taste of what the series is about we have four videos – three more follow the jump – courtesy of FX.
FX’s The Bridge (premiering on Wednesday, July 10, 10/9C) centers on the forced collaboration of a Mexican detective, part of the Chihuahua State Police, with an El Paso homicide detective with Aspergers to solve the murder of a woman found precisely centered on the midpoint of the bridge – essentially, smack dab on the borderline – between El Paso and Juarez – making both jurisdictions responsible for solving it.
The series stars Diane Kruger as El Paso detective Sonya North and Demian Bichir as Chihuahua State Police officer Marco Ruiz.
FX has released a short featurette to introduce the characters, situations and tone of the series. check it out following the jump.
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