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TV Guide Interviews Peter Sarsgaard; Benjamin Charles Watson Chats with Crave Online

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This week, TV Guide talks to Peter Sarsgaard about his character, Ray Seward, and actor Benjamin Charles Watson, who plays transgender teen Rayna, chats with Crave Online. Plus, recaps and reviews of Season 3 Episode 3, “Seventeen.” Read on for more:

 

• TV Guide talks to Peter Sarsgaard about just how evil Ray Seward actually is. Sarsgaard characterizes Ray’s attitude as “It’s me against the world and everyone in it, and it doesn’t matter if they smile or if they grimace.”

• Benjamin Charles Watson describes his character, Rayna, to Crave Online as a “transgendered teen who’s a vivacious character and is fiesty and wild.”

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as a “transgendered teen who’s a vivacious character and is fiesty and wild.”

• TVLine looks ahead to Episode 4 with four photos, observing that there’s “more nameless dread (with a chance of intermittent sweetness) in the forecast.”

• Screen Crush has exclusive photos from Episode 4, “Head Shots” and wonders, “Will Holder and Linden share the same workable rapport as before, given Linden’s personal connection with the case?”

• Breitbart lauds Michelle Forbes’ career, highlighting her role on The Killing because it “required an exceptional actor to deliver the constant overhang of grief while engaging in everyday activities.”

• Deadline reports that Wild Horses, starring Mireille Enos, will be shown later this month at the Palm Springs International ShortFest & Short Film Market.

• For recaps and reviews of The Killing Season 3 Episode 3, “Seventeen,” check outCarterMatt.comEntertainment WeeklyExaminer.comThe Huffington PostSheKnows,TODAYTV EqualsTV Fanatic and TVLine.

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