Backstabbing. Crushes. Frenemies. Is it high school or a hospital?WARNING
That is the central question that a show like Emily Owens, M.D. tries to ask. But what is coming up next for Emily, Cassandra, Will and the rest of the doctors at Denver Memorial Hospital? When we visited the set of Emily Owens, M.D. last month (thanks to Warner Bros.), we had the chance to ask the cast about the future of the show. Watch videos with their answers here!
: Sometimes these actors say things that may count as spoilers. Sorry about that. But you try getting an actor to stop talking about his or her new show. And then try getting a TV reporter to stop asking for more spoilers. Neither of these things are going to happen.ANOTHER WARNING
: This video footage was taken by a person (me) who writes about stuff for a living. I am not a professional cameraperson and no one gave me a high-end camera for this. Seriously, it was just little instant camera that happens to take decent video. And sometimes it's OK. Sometimes... Well let's just say that at least the buzzing in the Justin Hartley and Aja Naomi King videos was not
my fault. That was the show crew.
We start, naturally, with Mamie Gummer, Dr. Emily Owens herself. What is coming for the socially insecure woman?
Next up, we move to the object of Emily's affections, Will (Justin Hartley).
No reflection on the premiere and no look to the future could be complete without Emily's nemesis (and Will's new crush), Cassandra (Aja Naomi King).
What about the other side of the love quadrilateral that Emily Owens, M.D.
has given us? Michael Rady, the actor who plays Micah Barnes, has a few things to say about that.
Leaving the love square for the moment, we turn to Kelly McCreary (Tyra) for her view of upcoming events.
Finally, we have Necar Zadegan, the actress who plays Dr. Gina Bandari, talking about the more professional parts of Emily Owens, M.D.Emily Owens, M.D.
airs Tuesdays at 9pm on The CW.(Images courtesy of The CW)