Kristin Kreuk Beauty and The Beast

October 8, 2013 by  

Kristin Kreuk Beauty and The Beast, Beauty and the Beast returns on Monday, following a busy season finale. The producers keeping it a secret that Vincent (Jay Ryan) will return, after his abduction last season (he is half the title, after all!) – but there’s plenty to learn about the how and why of it.

On a recent visit to the Toronto set of Beauty and the Beast, I was among a group of journalists who spoke to star Kristin Kreuk about what’s to come in Season 2, including an increased sense of humor, a bigger role for Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy), a farewell for Cat’s sister, Heather, and more.

Question: What’s the initial interaction like between Cat and Vincent?

Kristin Kreuk: For her, it’s something she’s been wanting desperately. She spent three months of her life sacrificing everything to find him. It’s a relief; it’s like her life has been saved in a way. And then very quickly it becomes challenging. For him [Laughs] For him it’s shocking. It’s going to be a shocking experience for him.

Kristin Kreuk as Catherine Chandler in Beauty and the Beast.

Q: So is the storyline with Cat’s father on the backburner at first?

Kreuk: She still doesn’t know about her father, so we’ll see Heather struggling with it. Cat will be oblivious for a while, but not too long. Then once she finds out the man she thought was her dad isn’t, that’s going to really throw her for a loop. Because she’s a detective, she’ll start to find out who her dad is fairly quickly It’s tough for her. She believes that everyone from her past has lied to her and this man — who we haven’t discovered yet in our world — is going to be the only thing that ties her to anything that she was, any of her history.

Q: Nicole Anderson will now be a series regular on Ravenswood. Will we see a goodbye for Cat’s sister?

Kreuk: There will be a clear exit for her. I love her so much. I’m happy for her, but selfishly I wish she was around. But it’ll be clear within the first three episodes. We have a good episode together that I think the fans will like. It’s emotional and sweet. Nicole just brings that light, warmth to the show that none of us have! [Laughs] So, it’s really nice.

Jay Ryan as Vincent and Kristin Kreuk as Catherine in Beauty and the Beast.

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