VIDEO: GRACEPOINT Episode 4 - Carver & Miller Give Chase (Plays USA Only)



One of the stars of the Fox TV murder mystery series Gracepoint has been chatting to Zap2It about the secrecy surrounding the identity of the killer. The ten-part drama follows events in a small town in California after a local boy is found murdered. Kendrick Sampson, who plays Dean Iverson, the boyfriend of the murder victim's sister, said that none of the cast and crew found out who the killer was until the very end of the shoot.

"We have full-on conversations about who the killer could be amongst the cast and the crew, and even drivers, all the teamsters and stuff like that," he said. "I think it could be me! I have killer qualities." 

Gracepoint stars David Tennant and Anna Gunn as Emmett Carver and Ellie Miller, the two detectives leading the investigation. The series, airing on Fox TV on Thursday nights at 9pm ET, is based on the UK drama Broadchurch but is now showing new plot twists and the producers and cast promise that there will be a different killer to the original.

Zap2It have an exclusive clip (playable in the US only) - Detectives Carver and Miller want a word with Dean.


Episode 4 of Gracepoint airs on Fox in the USA and on Global in Canada on Thursday 23rd October at 9pm ET. It also airs on the Universal Channel in Australia on Friday 24th at 8.30pm. 


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