His character is introduced in the season one episode “E=MC
” having been arrested for crashing the New York Stock Exchange.
That’s one of things that I get so many compliments on by a lot of the fans.
They love seeing a strong woman on television, they respect my character, I inspire them. I think it’s great that women out there, they can be tough and now there’s a more sensitive side to Jo and they know they can be sensitive, as well. At the beginning, Jo doesn’t hide her dislike of Carter.
Like, I’m sure she wouldn’t be at home cooking and I do. I do believe that women should have any right to do whatever they want, but I do still believe that it’s the best person for the job.Erica Cerra, who plays Jo, the town’s intense deputy sheriff, on the series, was naturally taken aback by the news.“I read a few tweets made by Salli [Richardson-Whitfield] and Colin [Ferguson] about ‘hearing the news’ so, I did what any woman would do. ’” Cerra tells about how she heard about the cancelation.There was nothing that ever came of that, but it just gave you a little sense of what this guy was about.fans were both confused and angered after Syfy reversed its recent decision to extend the show for a six-episode sixth season – effectively canceling it.