They were rewarded for their commitment.
"We try to make a show that was as much human as it is technology,"executive producer Michael Seitzman explained when questioned by Keck afterward, explaining that while super strength was en vogue in the 1970s, today, information is the true super power.
For Holloway, the character fulfills a long-time dream.
"I grew up always wanting to play a secret agent of sorts," said Holloway, noting the show's similarities to franchises like "Bond" and "The Bourne Trilogy."
His character is also given a back story that informs some of his character's more unpredictable behavior.
"I love the fact that he has this built-in dilemma: Do you follow your head or your heart?," Holloway added.
In non-"Intelligence" news, co-star Meghan Ory's "Once Upon a Time" fanbase were elated to hear that her new gig will not keep her away from playing Red Riding Hood on the ABC fairy tale drama. Ory teased that this character "never died" and that "we'll be seeing her again."
"Intelligence" premieres on February 24, 2014 at 10pm EST on CBS.
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