OF ‘THE OUTPOST’ ON THE CW
What can you say about your character Talon’s journey as Season 2 of “The Outpost” begins? I can’t really say much without giving too much away, but the path she was taking at the end of last season takes a big right turn. There are a lot of interesting things that happen, and they were a lot of fun to play. I feel that happens with all of the characters. Everyone’s story really takes a turn. “The Outpost” is such a physical show, how did you hold up in making the newest episodes? I had a couple of injuries. When I was training with my horse, it slipped through ice and threw me off, and I thought I’d broken my tailbone. Luckily, I didn’t. I just severely bruised it, so that was “fun” for a few weeks. Then, I hurt my ankle, I broke my toes over the last few days of filming ... it was good! And obviously, there were scars and cuts and bruises on my hands from doing all those fight scenes with men with armor on. It just comes with the territory, I guess. If you want to do your own stunts and you want to fight, you have to expect it. I tend to get bruises here and there anyway, so I’m used to it. The series’ filming location made a big switch from Utah to Serbia for the second season. How did you find it there? I was pretty shocked when I first found out that was where I was heading, but it was an incredible experience and I wouldn’t change it for the world. Instead of filming on sets, everything was for real. I had an absolute ball.