Detectives have spent the past few years piecing together clues and making their own detective stories, and now they’re sharing their favorite detective memories from the show.
Here are some of their best-known tales.
“I think I found the real detective” Molly Malone, who plays detective Sarah, was a newbie on the show when she was cast in the role.
“I remember the first day that we shot, I was in the studio with the crew and they were talking about how I looked, and they weren’t kidding,” Malone said.
“And I was like, ‘I’m a true detective, and I’m from the United States.’
And they were like, And you’re a new actor, and you’re going to be like this for the rest of your life?
I remember thinking, That’s amazing.
And it’s like, Oh my God, I’m an actor, I’ve done that before, I know how to do it, I got the look.”
Malone is an African-American woman from Brooklyn who is the niece of Malcolm X, who is credited as a founding member of the Black Panther Party.
“When I first started on the series, I went out to my apartment, and we did a lot of research about the character,” Malone recalled.
“We read about him being in jail and how he had been doing it for the last two years.
And we did research about how his wife was in prison, and how she was trying to escape from prison.
And so that’s the inspiration that I’ve always had for this character.
He’s someone who is going to do the right thing.”
“This is a show that’s never been about race, it’s always been about people, and this is the first time that it’s been about women.
And that’s so amazing because I don’t think that we ever really had a show about women until this last season.
I think that was a real turning point in that show, because we never had the show about Black women, where we just were told that we could not talk about Black female issues.
And now that we have, we’re like, OK, that’s something we can talk about.
And there’s just so much to talk about in this show, and that’s really awesome.
The show’s final season premiered Sunday and ended with the revelation that Rachel Brown, played by Gina Rodriguez, was actually a secret police officer.
After the finale, Brown shared a photo of herself on Instagram with a caption reading “I am a police officer, and an agent.
And I am here to protect the people of my city.”
You always want to see more of it. “
‘The thing that I love about this show is that it never really ends.
You always want to see more of it.
You want to keep going,'” said actress Lucy Davis, who played Rachel’s mom, who said she had an epiphany the night of the series finale.
“It’s like a little movie, like, I remember that one night, and it was like we were just watching a little film in our living room, and the thing that we were watching that night, that was just so awesome, was the thing we were all watching, the show was just ending, and then you can just go, Oh, my God.”
Davis added that she’s “still very excited to be back.”
Miguel Ferrer, who portrayed Det.
Mark, also shared a moment he thought he was seeing on Instagram.
“I remember that day, I thought I saw it,” Ferrer said.
“[The final scene] when I was standing next to the door and I was looking up, and he was walking past me and I saw him looking at me and he said, ‘Where’s my gun?
I need to take a gun.’
I was just like, What?
I didn’t see him take the gun?
But he said something like, You know what?
That’s it, man, that is what we’re going back to.
He just said, You can keep going, but don’t go too fast, because I’m not doing that, and [you’re] just going to go through me.”
Ferrer said he was “absolutely floored” to see that the show ended with “all these different things,” and that he was glad it did.
“All of those things, the way it was going to end, the people that were killed, the police officers that were shot, and all of that was going on, and just a lot was going back and forth,” Ferrers said.
“This show has changed my life, and in so many ways, and people are going to look back and they’re going, Yeah, this was