Stars Josh Holloway, Sarah Wayne Callies, Peter Jacobson, and Tory Kittles, with Moderator Ben Blacker, executive producers Wes Tooke and Carlton Cuse, and executive producer and creator Ryan Condal. Photos by: Evans Vestal Ward / USA Network
In the thrilling (almost) ambush of Will (Josh Holloway), Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) and Broussard (Tory Kittles) in "The Garden of Beasts," the trio discover that the Blackjacks are actually able to control the Rap drones. For two seasons, it's always been assumed that the Raps are solely responsible for sending out the flying menaces into the bloc. Now we know that's absolutely not the case.
In our exclusive interview with Colony showrunner Ryan Condal, he breaks down some of the critical dramatic moments from "Panopticon" (what's that title from, anyway?), the real-world influences of the L.A. Bloc's surveillance state, and a particular act of heroism that will likely never be known. [Warning: Spoilers for episode 204 inside!]
The Colony season two premiere party, featuring creators Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal and cast members Josh Holloway(Will Bowman), Sarah Wayne Callies (Katie Bowman), Peter Jacobson (Proxy Alan Snyder), Tory Kittles(Broussard),
Colony cast members Sarah Wayne Callies, Josh Holloway, Amanda Righetti, Peter Jacobson, Tory Kittles, and Adrian Pasdar attend San Diego Comic-Con with executive producers Ryan Condal and Carlton Cuse.
The finale to Colony's first season answered a lot of questions, but it opened up even more tantalizing new ones, so if you're struggling through the wait until season two debuts in 2017, we understand. Fortunately, the cast and creators were on hand at Comic-Con to offer some insight into the season one revelations, and tease what's to come when the series returns.