1.Whereas Evangeline Lilly was initially proud of the writing for her character, Kate, on Misplaced, she turned dissatisfied because the present went on. “I felt like she turned increasingly predictable and obnoxious. I felt like my character went from being autonomous — actually having her personal story and her personal journey and her personal agendas — to chasing two males across the island. And that irritated the shit out of me,” she mentioned on The Misplaced Boys podcast. She even admitted to throwing scripts throughout the room.
2.Sam Witwer solely performed a minor character on Riverdale (his character died after inexplicably leaping out a window…it is defined a lot later, lengthy after Witwer left the present), however that did not cease him from having some sturdy emotions concerning the writing on the present. “As for why that character jumps out a window, I do not know. However I learn the script and laughed. I used to be like, ‘Proper, after all. After all he does,'” Witwer mentioned. “I’d like to say I had deep ideas about the entire thing, however I don’t suppose that’s actually the way in which they work over there.”
3.A number of different members of the Riverdale forged have made some shady feedback as nicely — notably Cole Sprouse, who performs Jughead. Specifically, he disliked his notorious “I am a weirdo” scene. “Jughead undoubtedly has his cringe-boy moments,” he advised BuzzFeed. “Juggy deserves the flak. Glad that scene resonated with the viewers the identical method it resonated with me because the actor studying these strains.”
4.Shailene Woodley was not a fan of the writing for her character on Secret Lifetime of the American Teenager. She did not say the standard was dangerous, however she did not just like the messages it gave: “In direction of the top, morally, the issues that we have been preaching on that present weren’t actually aligned with my very own integrity. In order that was a bit laborious to indicate as much as work day by day understanding that we have been going to venture all of those themes to 1000’s — tens of millions — of younger adults throughout the nation, when, in reality, they weren’t what I wish to be sending out,” she mentioned after her time on the present was performed.
5.Angus T. Jones equally did not just like the ethical content material of his present Two and a Half Males. “It was troublesome for me to be on the present and be a part of one thing that was making gentle of subjects in our world the place there are actually issues for lots of people,” he mentioned. “I used to be a paid hypocrite as a result of I wasn’t OK with it and I used to be nonetheless doing it.” A yr earlier than, he had mentioned his character “means nothing” and in contrast watching the present to “filling your head with filth.”
6.Ian Harding additionally appeared to counsel he was not a fan of the way in which Fairly Little Liars introduced his character Ezra’s relationship together with his scholar, 16-year-old Aria. He as soon as known as Ezra “America’s most beloved pedophile,” although he mentioned he tried to play it as a love story. However when an advertiser dropped out early on, Harding believed it was due to his character’s unlawful relationship — solely to search out out it was truly Emily’s lesbian relationship. “So I might be seen as a statutory rapist, and persons are like, ‘I do know, however love is aware of no bounds, so long as there’s a penis and a vagina concerned,’” he mentioned dryly.
7.Penn Badgley was fairly vital of the writers’ determination to make his character, Dan, Gossip Woman within the collection finale of the eponymous present. “It would not make sense in any respect. It would not have made sense for anyone. Gossip Woman would not make sense!”
8.Isaac Hempstead Wright was rather less apparent, however he threw a little bit of shade on the Sport of Thrones writers after the disastrous final season, which ended together with his character, Bran, changing into king. “I genuinely thought it was a joke script and that [showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss] despatched to everybody a script with their very own character [ending] up on the Iron Throne,” he mentioned. “‘Yeah, good one, guys. Oh s–t, it is truly actual?'”
9.Katherine Heigl additionally subtly shaded Gray’s Anatomy over the writing choices, saying she wasn’t an enormous fan of the storyline the place her character, Izzie, sleeps with ghost-Denny. She additionally fairly famously withdrew herself from Emmy consideration in 2008, saying, “I didn’t really feel I used to be given the fabric this season to warrant a nomination,” though she’s since expressed remorse over this, saying that it was between her and the writers, and numerous it was about her personal efficiency.
10.Ed Harris, like Heigl with Gray’s, was not a fan of a specific storyline on Westworld. Particularly, he disliked Season 3. “You do what you gotta do. I imply, I signed on to play the Man in Black. I didn’t signal on to play the Man in White. So it wasn’t probably the most joyous season for me, I gotta say.” He additionally did not like how he did not know the place his character’s arc was heading.
11.And Sarah Michelle Gellar had a tough time together with her character’s trajectory in Season 6 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. “I’ve at all times mentioned that Season 6 was not my favourite. I felt it betrayed who she was,” Gellar mentioned. The season notably featured her character coming into a sexual relationship with the soulless vampire Spike.
12.Alexander Siddig was additionally upset with a later model of his character when he performed Dr. Bassir on Star Trek: Deep House 9. When his character was revealed to be genetically modified, Siddig actively rebelled towards performing “Information-esque,” because the producers needed him to, messing up strains on goal till ultimately they modified the character again a bit. He additionally distanced himself from the Star Trek universe after the present was over.
13.And Denise Crosby, who performed Tasha Yar on Star Trek: The Subsequent Technology, was additionally not keen on what her character was given to do. “I used to be scuffling with not with the ability to do a lot with the character. I had all these concepts and could not do them. I used to be simply stage dressing. I selected to go away as an alternative of simply being glad with that,” she mentioned. Her character was killed off on the finish of the primary season to accommodate her. “I could not wait to get off that present,” she mentioned in one other interview. “I didn’t wish to spend the subsequent six years going, ‘Aye, aye, Captain,’ and standing there, in the identical uniform, in the identical place on the bridge.”
14.Johnny Depp in contrast starring on his present 21 Bounce Avenue in later years to being “in a jail creatively,” saying, “It began to get just a little showboat-y, you understand what I imply? It simply began to change into false. It began to change into this action-packed can of soup, you understand? You simply promote it and ship it out.”
15.Nick Jonas did not technically name the scripts for his present Jonas L.A. dangerous, however he did say he regretted doing the second season. “We shouldn’t have performed that. It actually stunted our development, you understand? I really feel prefer it was only a dangerous transfer,” Jonas admitted. “It was simply not the time. Actually, we couldn’t evolve due to it.”
16.His brother and costar Joe Jonas additionally known as the present “not good,” and Kevin Jonas agreed that the second season particularly was not a match for them, saying it fed into individuals seeing them as a joke.
17.Jennette McCurdy equally known as her time on iCarly and Sam & Cat “tacky [and] embarrassing” and mentioned she was ashamed.
18.Jean Yoon had points with among the storylines on Kim’s Comfort and mentioned that they have been “overtly racist.” She says the forged got here collectively to specific their considerations, and a lot of the racist jokes and scenes have been taken out. She additionally felt that her character getting a number of sclerosis was unrealistic, and mentioned she was advised she “would not perceive comedy” when she expressed considerations.
19.Glee’s Jenna Ushkowitz and Kevin McHale expressed on a YouTube present that among the forged hated being on the collection, although they did not identify names. For his or her half, they did say that they hit a breaking level with the present after they carried out “What Does the Fox Say,” and that Season 5 was tough. Ushkowitz additionally exhibited clear discomfort with having to do the rap in “Gangnam Type,” and each Ushkowitz and McHale agreed with the interviewer’s sentiment about how insensitive the present might be.
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