Rawat shared, “We were supposed to have a big wedding and Amita was supposed to get a nice promotion. But that’s what happens when a show gets cancelled.” Still, she feels fortunate, and said, “Was it the ideal ending?
I don’t think so, but in light of the fact that our episode order was reduced, I think they did the best they could.
So, obviously, they had kind of hoped to work that out and work the wedding out. It’s a tough time slot, but you know I think we’ve succeeded in this. I think it’s appealing because it’s different than the majority of what you see on television.
So, there’s some stuff on the crime end and then there’s some stuff in the personal world as well. What do you think it is about the show's topic of mathematics that people like? It’s smart, and it allows the viewers to learn and get educated while they’re enjoying television. I like her in the sense that we’re both ambitious, we’re both passionate about our work, we’re both focused. She’s a positive role model for young girls and women, showing that you can be attractive and cool and also be smart and successful. I was better at literature and history and art and stuff like that. What was it like to go from a saturated, drama-heavy soap opera like is procedural.
And then there’s also some different things in the family dynamics of the show. So, some fun, exciting actors that are popping into our world, which is nice.
Now Charlie and Amita are engaged and trying to figure out what to do, because right now they live in Charlie’s house, which is bad. What do you think about the show's Friday at 10 p.m. The fact that succeeded against all odds is a real testament to the quality of the show and the people who work on it because Friday at 10 -- I mean, let’s face it, most everybody’s out doing other things. Now you see it more; is another show that has some really hyper-intellectual characters.
Navi Rawat: There’ll be more crime solving as usual, and also some different issues in terms of the personal roles of the show. He’ll be in the first three episodes, and then he’ll be absent for some episodes.
Before Numbers I was always playing troublemakers and bad girls. I love working with actors, and I love watching the process. I think it would be really wonderful [to] write as well. We stayed up one night until like in the morning watching the first one, and then the next night until like in the morning watching the second season ...
Look back at photos from the show's six seasons Plans for Charlie and Amita's ornate wedding went out the window. — at Cal Sci, just days before they are to depart for a visiting professorship at Cambridge University.
Considering the circumstances, the change of plans is fitting, Krumholtz tells "It was an unintended wink," Krumholtz says.
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Earlier this season, CBS' math-driven procedural had its episode order reduced by six hours.