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On his goals as an actor: “I tend to think more about the things I don’t want to do. Lately, career goals haven’t been on my mind much. I tend to think more about what I want to do when I’m not working. I’ve been pretty lucky, I found myself a pretty steady gig here with Santa Clarita Diet, I’m enjoying it…I’m good, you know, I don’t find myself thinking too much about what’s next.”

On if he sometimes can’t believe his success: “No, I do not question it, I enjoy it. I just enjoy it.”

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Timothy Olyphant is negotiating to co-star in “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”, the film Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed and is prepping for production in Los Angeles for Sony Pictures. I am not sure whether Olyphant will play a fictional or real character, but he will join Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Burt Reynolds, Tim Roth, Kurt Russell and Michael Madsen in a Pulp Fiction-like tapestry that covers a group of characters in LA during the summer of 1969, up to the moment where Charles Manson’s followers murdered Sharon Tate and others in a shocking night of savagery.

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Netflix announced on Tuesday that “Santa Clarita Diet” is slated to return in 2019 with third season with 10 all-new episodes.





Timothy Olyphant discusses ‘The Santa Clarita Diet’ with the Build Series at Build Studio on April 10, 2018 in New York City.

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If you had a little bit of trouble understanding the tone of “Santa Clarita Diet” at the beginning of Season 1, Timothy Olyphant gets it. “I think looking back to the first season, the first two, maybe three, episodes were a little rough,” he told IndieWire at a recent Netflix press event. “I didn’t feel confident until we got to the fourth episode of last year.”

But when it came to Season 2, he felt it was “smooth sailing right from the jump,” something his co-star Drew Barrymore agreed with — though she did have some issues with leaping back into the story of Sheila, whose hyper-normal suburban existence gets upended after some sort of curse turns her into a flesh-craving zombie.

Specifically, coming back to a second season of a TV show was something Barrymore had never done before.

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