If you could live forever, would you? The age-old question is brought to life in Matthew Miller’s new ABC show Forever. In the drama, Henry Morgan (Ioan Gruffudd) is New York City’s star medical examiner not just because he’s interested in studying the dead to solve criminal cases, but also because he’s trying to figure out his own immortality after having lived for more than 200 years.
The Daily Quirk caught up with Miller at New York Comic-Con to talk about his latest show. Watch the video below to find out how scarring his son lead to the inspiration for the drama, why he wants to kick the bucket at a “tasteful 92” and why NYCC is better than San Diego Comic-Con.
Reporting by Tara Robinson | Camera by Sean Torenli | Production by Ashley Bulayo | Written Content by Meryl Gottlieb
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