While there is still no confirmation on whether the Netflix series "Bloodline" will have a season 3 or not, it is already speculated that the series will cast the spotlight on Nolan (Owen Teague) if the dark family drama, indeed, returns for another season.
Speculation that this will be the case is based on the season finale of "Bloodline," wherein Danny's (Ben Mendelsohn) son, Nolan, was shown adjusting to the Rayburn family. However, with no confirmation on whether the series will still return for another season, fans can only speculate as to what may happen in the event that "Bloodline" will return for its season 3.
Just like the series' season 3, which is still up in the air, Teague is just as clueless as to what will become of his character if "Bloodline" really returns for its next season run. In his recent interview with Tampa Bay Times, though, Teague revealed that it is not a far cry for his character to do bad things in order to achieve something better.
"He's still young. But he is also someone who will do bad things to make things better. The whole Rayburn clan is guilty of that. I think he's going to lean on the side of making things better, but maybe try to distance himself from what he's already done. He's got a huge amount of guilt. But I still have no idea where it's going. I don't think anyone does," Teague said.
In the same interview, Teague opined that he doesn't think that his character Nolan would want to end up like his father, Danny. For one thing, his character mostly experienced bad times with his father, who has let him down many times. While their looks and behavior suggest that he is, indeed, his father's son, Teague revealed it's not something that his character likes.
Even if the show will cast the spotlight on Nolan, this doesn't mean, though, that Danny will be pushed aside. According to "Bloodline's" show creator Glenn Kessler, viewers can expect that Mendelsohn's Danny character to be still the main component of the series if it returns for a third season.
"It feels like the DNA of the show is really informed by Danny's influence on his family, so that will always be there, either in death or being haunted by his memory," Kessler told The Hollywood Reporter.