Ivana Milicevic, who plays the role of Carrie Hopewell in the Cinemax hit series “Banshee,” discussed in a recent interview important facts about her character, Carrie’s development, as well as if fans will feel either a sense of closure or none at all once the finale comes.
Speaking to Collider, Milicevic said that while they were given an idea on the culminating plans for their characters, they still had a fair idea of where they were bound to go in the new and final season of the show.
“They gave us an outline,” she said. “At the beginning of the season, they didn’t have all of the episodes written and things do change a little bit.”
As the actress shared, the renovation of Carrie’s house in the show symbolizes the real state of the character as she is also nursing her broken heart.
“But I did know that Carrie would be trying to fix everything, as a means to somehow get a little bit of peace and closure for Gordon,” Milicevic said. “So, I knew that, and I knew that she had this house that she was refurbishing and that the house was like a hologram of Carrie’s heart, with a fortress around it and a broken mess inside of it that she was trying to fix.”
With the show set to wrap everything up this season and given the storylines of each character that needs to be tied up by that time, would fans get a feeling of closure after the time the final episode airs? The actress said that she is not sure as she cited the finales of iconic TV series of the past decade”Lost” and “The Sopranos” being two of themas something that may have not induced a feeling of closure for some of its fans and audiences.
“Some will, some won’t,” she said. “Yes and no. It’s so subjective and objective. They both work.”
“Banshee” airs Fridays on Cinemax.