With the third season kicking off of Mary Kills People, a show about endings meets its ending.
Similar to many stories on the show, having control and knowing the end was coming let the cast and crew send off the series in the way that they wanted, says star Caroline Dhavernas.
“Three years is the perfect amount of time to tell a story, without dragging it on. I had such a great time making the show, and at least we got to decide when it was going to be over, and get to say goodbye to each other and have closure,” she says from the show’s press junket in Toronto earlier this week. “We get to know where their characters are going to go without us.”