07 July 2010, 04:00
Primeval star Andrew-Lee Potts has revealed details of the show's upcoming fourth series.
The sci-fi show was originally cancelled after its third series but it was recommissioned after a deal between ITV and UKTV .
Potts plays logistics expert Connor Temple in the television series.
He told Chicago Now: "[A] lot of things happened in the last series; I.E. losing our lead character.
"You've got to be a bit clever to survive in Primeval because they like killing people off quite a lot.
"But that's their way of keeping it really super fresh, and you actually never know. And nobody's really safe."
The 30-year-old praised his former co-star Douglas Henshall, who played Nick Cutter.
He said: "People might not realise how much Dougie, I think, anchored the entire show, because it was his belief in it, his belief in coming from the serious actor side, and the professor side of the storyline.
"I think that made the show somewhat plausible in the ridiculousness of the Primeval world. I really respected that.
"I suppose, in a way, I am the character to carry that on now, so there are definitely going to be more nods toward Connor becoming more like Cutter."
Last updated: 07 July 2010, 04:00