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Los Angeles Times: "V" Showrunner Scott Rosenbaum Teases “Rodent Desire,” Multiple Pregnancies, and More

Missing ABC's sci-fi series V? You're not alone.

I caught up with new showrunner Scott Rosenbaum for a one-on-one interview about what's coming up for Erica Evans and the resistance in the next eight episodes of V, which returns at the end of the month.

Head over to the Los Angeles Times/Show Tracker site to read my interview with Rosenbaum, in which we talk about "rodent desire," multiple pregnancies, the similarities between Erica and Anna, what's to come, and much more.

Beware, though, my interview with Rosenbaum contains major spoilers!

V returns on Tuesday, March 30th at 10 pm ET/PT on ABC.


AskRachel said…
This interview actually got me excited about the show again. I think it has a lot of potential and, hopefully, will have new energy with Scott Rosenbaum at the helm.
mck said…
Great interview! I was really ready to give up on this show. Everyone raved about the premiere, but it was disappointing and rushed. It only got worse from there. I'm willing to give it a chance through the rest of the season now, but is there any chance it will attract big numbers again?

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