Before Beauty and the Beast fans find out Vincent's fate in the Season 2 premiere, they can take a walk down memory lane with the beast and his love Catherine.
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In an exclusive clip from the Season 1 DVD, co-creators Sherri Cooper and Jennifer Levin admit they were hesitant about Vincent (Jay Ryan) and Cat (Kristin Kreuk) getting together so soon in the series.
Who kidnapped Vincent? Who is Catherine's real dad? The Season 1 finale of Beauty and the Beast left fans — better known as Beasties — with many burning questions. And when the show returns this fall ... there will be even more. The biggest one: "How has Vincent being gone affected everybody?" co-creator and executive producer Jennifer Levin said Thursday at Comic-Con. Thankfully, there will also be plenty of answers when the series picks up its story three months after the events of the finale. "A lot has...
If Beauty and the Beast's Vincent (Jay Ryan) could be cured of his beastliness, would he do it? Not necessarily, says executive producer Jennifer Levin. "There's a possibility that Vincent can be cured, but [Cat and Vincent's] biggest struggle is what is a good normal for them — which might be him being a beast," Levin tells TVGuide.com. "So Vincent's DNA becomes more of a source of conflict."
Beauty and the Beast's Jay Ryan: The forces against Catherine and Vincent are pretty strong
Just when the romance between Beauty and the Beast's Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) and Vincent (Jay Ryan) is heating up, Vincent's ex-fiancée Alex (Bridget Regan) is coming back into the picture.
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Covert Affairs alum Sendhil Ramamurthy has been cast in a recurring role on Beauty and the Beast, TVGuide.com has learned.
Ramamurthy will play Gabe, a new assistant district attorney who has spearheaded the search for the town's vigilante (aka Jay Ryan's Vincent).