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HUMAN TARGET: Meet the New Kids, Indira Varma and Janet Montgomery

November 17, 2010 by  

HUMAN TARGET is finally back this Wednesday and things are going to be a bit different.

In addition to actresses Indira Varma and Janet Montgomery joining the cast, new showrunner Matt Miller has told Give Me My Remote that the series won’t just be about far-out adventures anymore — this year, the characters will dive into emotionally explosive areas.

And Varma and Montgomery’s onscreen personas will definitely play a part in that. Varma’s Ilsa Pucci is a billionaire with a dead husband who offers to fund the team. Montgomery’s Ames is a thief with a past tied to Winston.

Watch the videos below to learn more about these characters and what they’ll be up to this season…

Related:
HUMAN TARGET: Chi McBride Previews Winston’s Season Premiere Trouble

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3 Responses to “HUMAN TARGET: Meet the New Kids, Indira Varma and Janet Montgomery”

  1. Lindsay on November 17th, 2010 11:51 am

    Every time I see Indira I can’t help but think, “Hey, it’s Pritch!” Loved her role on Bones and am very glad to see her finding a new, larger role.

  2. Barb on November 18th, 2010 7:28 pm

    Never missed the show. Not ever. Scheduled around it. And after last night I have to say I was going ‘give me my remote’ too. Boy – they didnt miss a chance to mess up anything they were doing right.
    And the new theme song is…..well actually i dont remember the new theme song.

  3. Some Fan on November 27th, 2010 3:49 pm

    “dive into emotionally explosive areas!?!?!?!?!” OK Matt Miller you didn’t just ruin a great show, now you have destroyed it. You obviously don’t deserve to call yourself a director.