“The cool thing is that superheroes as a genre has been around for a few years now and it’s getting to the point now where we can start taking risks and making a different kind of show that people don’t expect,” the Halcyon star said.
Cuffe went on to say: “For us, that means that we don’t really have any heroes or villains on the show. The world of the show exists very much in shades of grey. Ideals of good and evil are purely a matter of perspective.
“It’s also a show that very much explores consequence, so a lot of superhero shows will defeat the villain of the week in the 45 minutes of the show and then they’ll all go back to the base and start again next week. That’s not the kind of show we’re making.
“When our heroes lose a battle, they have to deal with the ramifications of losing a battle. Even if they win, there will be a cost. Every episode there is a massive status quo change.”
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