Links: Mary Kills People, Season 2

From Bill Brioux of the Canadian Press:

Link: Rachelle Lefevre tips scales into ‘chaos’ on Mary Kills People Season 2
“Whenever you’re struggling the most, that’s exactly when the universe sends something to tip the scales further in one direction or the other and create more chaos. That’s what my character provides.” Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Caroline Dhavernas on Mary’s even riskier Season 2 behaviour
“She really gets, more than anyone, why it’s such a desperate choice that these people are making and that they are very alone in this decision, and that quite often she’s the only one that can help them.” Continue reading.

From Scott Campbell of Inside Ottawa Valley:

Link: Caroline Dhavernas says Mary Kills People role has been a gem 
“It’s such a cool part for an actress to play. The tone is quite unique with drama, comedy, and suspense. I was ready for a role like that. The six episodes to me were kind of perfect. Six episodes to me were just a perfect combination of how to tell a story in a condensed way.” Continue reading.

From Melissa Girimonte of The Televixen:

Link: Caroline Dhavernas on crossing the line in Mary Kills People Season 2
“She’s bull-headed, that’s for sure. You sometimes see characters on TV or in film that really learn a lesson. Are we like that in life? Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Sometimes it’s even more interesting to see someone evolving, but not evolving as we would like them to. Mary remains flawed.” Continue reading.

From Jeevan Brar of The TV Watercooler:

Link: Caroline Dhavernas previews Season 2 of Mary Kills People
Mary’s a little darker and more dangerous this season. She does spiral down this criminal world a little deeper than she did in season one. And of course, her family will be at risk once again because of this.” Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Mary Kills People’s Rachelle Lefevre on playing Mary’s adversary Olivia
“I was really excited to be a part of the conversation. I’m attracted to challenging subjects in general and I’m not sure anything challenges us more than death.” Continue reading.