[WATCH] ‘Bloodline’ Emmy event: 5 red carpet interviews with Kyle Chandler, Sissy Spacek and more

The cast and co-creator of Netflix’s “Bloodline” sat down for a screening and Q&A for Emmy Awards voters this past Thursday. Gold Derby was present at the LACMA Theater in Los Angeles and snagged red carpet interviews with stars Kyle ChandlerSissy Spacek, Linda Cardellini and John Leguizamo, as well as co-creator Glenn Kessler.

Now in its second season, “Bloodline” revolves around a prominent Florida keys family with buried secrets. Last year, Chandler and Ben Mendelsohn reaped Emmy bids for playing good and bad sons John and Danny Rayburn, who clashed repeatedly with ultimately fatal consequences. The show was created by Kessler, his brother Todd A. Kessler, and Daniel Zelman, whose “Damages” won two Emmys for Best Drama Actress (Glenn Close) and one for Best Supporting Actor (Zeljko Ivanek).

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Chandler won an Emmy Award for the final season of “Friday Night Lights” in 2011. Cardellini previously reaped an Emmy bid in 2013 for her guest spot on “Mad Men.” Spacek won a Best Actress Oscar for “Coal Miner’s Daughter” (1980). Leguizamo won an Emmy for Best Performance in a Variety Special for “Freak” (1998) and received a Golden Globe nod for his supporting turn in “To Wong Foo: Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar” (1995).

Click any name below to watch a short red carpet video recorded before the event:

Kyle Chandler, who plays John Rayburn

Sissy Spacek, who plays Sally Rayburn

Linda Cardellini, who plays Meg Rayburn

John Leguizamo, who plays Ozzy Delvecchio

Glenn Kessler, Co-Creator/Writer/Producer

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