I know they say New York is the city that never sleeps, but we’re beginning to think it’s an entire industry that doesn’t know how to rest for a minute!
Things have been a whirlwind since the network announced Bex’s new job. We appreciate all of your well-wishes and congratulations — it’s certainly been beyond exciting. We thought we’d share some of the trade notices about the show, and then in the next blog we’ll fill you in on what’s happening with Bex.
“Also added to the show as a new regular is Bex Taylor-Klaus, an 18-year-old newcomer from Atlanta.” …
“Taylor-Klaus will play Bullet, a 16-year-old tough guy looking out for all the local street girls who is in fact… a she.”
Quick snapshot of the characters on ‘The Killing’ season 3:
Tom Seward’s on death row for murdering his wife. In what seems likely to be his last month on earth, he spills the the bloody trail of secrets he’s left behind.
Danette Lutz is the worst mother since Mo’Nique in Precious. How bad? She could easily forget she even is a mother until her 15-year-old, Kallie, goes missing.
Bullet is a 16-year-old tough guy who looks out for all the local street girls. But there’s more to him than meets the eye: Most significantly, he’s… a she. (BEX)
Alton Singleterry is a Machiavellian young gangbanger who seems to think that death row is party to which he can RSVP no.
Ed Skinner is Linden’s old partner, a middle-aged Dudley Do-Right whose record is spotless, save for a brief extramarital fling with a co-worker. (Could that co-worker have been Linden? Hmm… )
Tiny is the underage female hooker to whom Bullet’s heart belongs. The only trouble is (well, the only trouble aside from her being an underage hooker!), Tiny’s crazy about someone else.
Twitch is yet another JV hooker, a wannabe star with a rap sheet that’s longer than he is tall.