'[It's] a little fritzy and glitchy, which lends itself to both the action and the comedy,' the depicter of the major character says when teasing about what can be expected from the upcoming season.
Just few days before "Chuck" is back on the small screen, Zachary Levi has dished on third season of the NBC's series. Being interviewed by Zap2it during the break of the shooting in early December, the actor said the new Intersect will be "a little fritzy and glitchy, which lends itself to both the action and the comedy."
Additionally, Levi explained how Intersect 2.0 affects the upcoming season, telling Zap2it "[It's] kind of like 'The Matrix' and Neo a little bit, but not nearly as cool as that, because Chuck is just not the coolest character in the world." Then, at the end of video, he playfully showed a move from Chuck's action.
"Chuck" third season will be kicked off with a two-hour back-to-back episode on Sunday, January 10, at 8/7c. It then moves to the regular slot on Monday, January 11 at 9/8c being the lead of "Heroes" until February 8 and being the partner of "Parenthood" starting March 1.
Some of the guest stars for the season are Vinnie Jones who possesses "Guy Ritchie villain energy", Armand Asante who fits to play a Castro-type dictator, Robert Patrick as a soldier from Casey's past, and Stone Cold Steve Austin who is a "terrifying" baddie Chuck trapped in a plane with. Additionally, former "Smallville" actress Kristin Kreuk will make an appearance in the fifth episode as Hannah, a Buy More employee whom Chuck meets during a flight.