Kings makers discuss their series

Kings makers discuss their series February 26, 2009

Kings, the TV series that quasi-modernizes the biblical story of Saul and David, premieres March 15. attended a screening of the pilot episode a few weeks ago and has a handy summary of some of the key characters and narrative details.

The screening was followed by the Q&A; below, in which, among other things, series creator Michael Green and a few of the actors discuss the show’s real-life political inspiration, the reality of God and the role of religion within the storyline, the sexuality of the Jonathan figure, and whether the network ever censored story elements that happened to come straight from the Bible:

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