Patrick Dempsey has admitted that his financial thriller series Devils was “really challenging”

Tonight (17 February) aired on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV – after premiering Across the Pond last year – in the first season of 10 episodes, he plays the role of Dominic Morgan, the CEO of a major investment bank who mentors her head of trading Massimo Ruggero (Alessandro Borghi)

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Reflecting on his experience shooting Devils, Dempsey told Digital Spy, “I think the whole process has been really challenging and patient, with so many different dynamics, with the different countries we’ve been shooting in, with our approach in London and then in London Rome and then the international flair of the cast

“It has been really wonderful working with everyone, discovering everyone’s approach and creating an environment that is safe for everyone

“The hardest part was at the beginning, and then when we found out it was really that fun, the atmosphere within the cast on stage was really exciting”

When asked how he thinks fans will feel after the season one finale, the 55-year-old suggested, “Hopefully they sense something that there’s an emotional response based on the dynamic in these Final scenes based And get ready for the second season

“It’s really exciting to see where we’re going and what we tackle, and the issues we are dealing with are really exciting”

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