The cast members of new Shondaland period drama “Still Star-Crossed” on ABC discuss the show. See description for timestamps. Lashana Lynch, “Rosaline Capulet,” 0:01 – On the premise, her character, the diversity of the cast, why viewers will want to watch, and how sexy the men are on the show. Sterling Sulieman, “Prince Escalus,” 4:02 – On where we find his character in the pilot, the relationship between his character and Rosaline, ruling over the Capulets and the Montagues, being a fan of Shondaland shows, and the appeal of the show. Wade Briggs, “Benvolio Montague,” 6:43 – On the premise, his character, reading the script for the first time, the state of affairs in Verona, and the men taking their clothes off. Medalion Rahimi, “Princess Isabella,” 12:18 – On her character, where we find her character at the start of the series, how she describes the show to her friends, working in Spain, and having played a princess before. Anthony Head, “Lord Silvestro Capulet,” 15:03 – On where the story begins, his character, what makes this story perfect for Shondaland, the cast, and the locations. Grant Bowler, “Lord Damiano Montague,” 19:46 – On where we find his character at the start of the series, why this show is near and dear to his heart, what Shondaland’s involvement means for the show, the diversity of the cast, and returning to ABC. Torrance Coombs, “Count Paris,” 24:00 – On his character, reading the script for the first time, adapting Shakespeare, why this show is a perfect fit for Shondaland, and the appeal of the show. Ebonee Noel, “Livia Capulet,” 26:57 – On her character, the relationship between her character and Rosaline, the parallels with other Shondaland shows, why her generation will connect with the show, and the men in the show. Zuleikha Robinson, “Lady Guiliana Capulet,” 31:26 – On her character, her character’s relationship with Juliet, what makes Shakespeare relatable, the difference between this show and “Romeo and Juliet,” and the diversity of the cast. Dan Hildebrand, “Friar Lawrence,” 33:35 – On his character, his character after the death of Romeo and Juliet, the relevance of the themes in today’s world, the scale of the show, and being part of a Shondaland show. Susan Wooldridge, “Nurse,” 38:03 – On her character, her character’s relationship with Juliet, the appeal of the show, the diversity of the cast, and the locations. “Still Star-Crossed,” a period drama from Shondaland, picks up where the famous story of Romeo and Juliet ends, charting the treachery, palace intrigue and ill-fated romances of the Montagues and Capulets in the wake of the young lovers’ tragic fate. The series is based on the book by Melinda Taub.