Jessica was part of The Following panel at the San Diego Comic-Con last sunday.
Jessica hinted on some interesting things that will happen with her character in season 3!
Click read more to watch some videos of the panel and other interviews.
Public Appearances > Events from 2014 > July 27 – FOX’s “The Following” Press Line – Comic-Con
Public Appearances > Events from 2014 > July 27 – FOX’s “The Following” Panel – Comic-Con
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Jessica Stroup is currently having a blast at the San Diego Comic Con and attended at some events there.
Jess looks absolutely stunning!
Pictures can be found in the photogallery:
Today at 11.15 am Jessica will be part ot the The Following panel in Hall H.
If someone of you happens to be there, it would be great if you could share your experience and maybe some pictures! :)
Update: I’ve added many new pictures from this event to the gallery. Check them out!
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Great news! Jessica will be attending at the San Diego Comic-Con with the cast of The Following on July 27!
11:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m. — The Following (Midseason on FOX): Hit thriller The Following returns to Comic-Con for a third year! Series stars Kevin Bacon, Shawn Ashmore, Sam Underwood and Jessica Stroup will join creator/executive producer Kevin Williamson and executive producers Marcos Siega and Jennifer Johnson for an on-stage Q&A and special video presentation. Hall H
The lovely Jessica Stroup makes her way to the Young Hollywood Studio, with her adorable dog Willow in tow, to give us the lowdown on her hit Fox crime drama “The Following” — which marks quite a departure from her previous series, “90210“!
She talks about the chief differences when it comes to wardrobe between the two characters, plus she gives us some quick tips on how to throw a punch, reveals her favorite moment from the show (hint: it involves gun play!), and she tells us how she stays fit and healthy!
On monday, Season 2 of The Following came to an end and finally, Jessica got some action in the intense season finale. The Following already got renewed for a third season, with new episodes expecting to air in early 2015.
On FOX, the season finale of The Following garnered a 1.5 with 4.78 million viewers, up 7 percent from last week’s series low 1.4 adults 18-49 rating.
I’ve updated the gallery with high-definition screencaps of the episode.
The Following > Screencaptures > 2.15 – Forgive (HD)
“The Following” has been a much different experience than “90210” for Jessica Stroup, which is a big reason she wanted the job.
The actress had planned to take a break from TV work after her five-year run on The CW’s “Beverly Hills, 90210” reboot, but the chance to play Kevin Bacon’s niece and sleuthing partner changed her mind. The dark FOX suspense drama ends its second season Monday (April 28), and while Stroup has enjoyed playing Max Hardy, she also looks back fondly on her time as “90210′s” Erin Silver.
“It was a beautiful part of my life,” she tells Zap2it. “I’d say it was endless learning. It was growth for me as my personal self. There were so many years in there when I needed to become who I am, and I’m thankful to the show for providing that platform.
“I loved every year of it, though it was difficult at times,” Stroup adds. “Shooting TV is always difficult, but it was incredible to take part in something like that. We were able to bond as a family. Those girls and those guys I spent five years with changed my life, and they’re in my life forever.”
Among them were several co-stars who also have gone on to other series, including AnnaLynne McCord (“Dallas”), Matt Lanter (“Star-Crossed”) and Ryan Eggold (“The Blacklist”).
Stroup knows “90210” also connected with its fans through social media, but she admits with a laugh, “I’m terrible at that! I forget that I have a phone most of the time, but I’m workin’ on it. It’s a long-term goal.
“I use it mainly for music and charity work and showing pictures of my dog, but things have changed. You’ve got to adapt and embrace it and become great at it, and I think I should, because the platform is so big. You can make such a difference by talking to people out there.”
At the same time, Stroup admits, “It’s scary to me. It makes me want to go change my face. It makes me paranoid at times, but it’s actually a cool tool that I should be able to use.”