Warren Christie Finds A “Beautiful” And “Special” Home With ‘The Village’

In today’s climate of political and social division, the freshman series The Village focuses on the priceless value of human connection. Cast member Warren Christie (Alphas, October Road) makes a good case on why the show, created by Mike Daniels (Sons of Anarchy, Shades of Blue), has potential for something special. Check out our video below!

 

THE VILLAGE — The Village Screening – People Magazine – at The Grove, Los Angeles — Pictured: (l-r) Warren Christie; Jessica Rhoades, Executive Producer; Moran Atias; Daren Kagasoff; Michaela McManus; Grace Van Dien; Mike Daniels, Executive Producer — (Photo by: Tyler Golden/NBC)

The Village centers on the residents of a Brooklyn apartment building who have become a close unit. Warren Christie plays Nick Porter, a military vet who has returned from a tour in Afghanistan. Since Nick is the newest neighbor in the complex, he serves as the proverbial eyes and ears of the viewer.

“We all knew this was special,” said Christie. “There was just something about it. It was beautiful. It wasn’t forced.”



Check out Christie’s full answer below as he discussed what makes The Village a special show (co-star Michaela McManus is also in the video).

The Village premieres tonight on NBC (10 pm et/pt).