What Do We Do in the Shadows S04: Families, Home Repair, and Nandor In Love?

What Do We Do in the Shadows S04: Families, Home Repair, and Nandor In Love?

Fans of FX''s expected Laszlo (Mark Proksch), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), Guillermo (Harvey Guillen) and Nandor (Kayvan Novak) to return to their screens on July 12th. If you''re looking for clues on what happened, look no further than the official review below.

Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Laszlo (Matt Berry), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) and Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch) are ejected from the vampire room in Staten Island with the help of their human-bearing buddy, Guillermo (Harvey Guillen).

While Laszlo''s quest for love finally yields results, Nadja realizes her dream of opening the hottest vampire nightclub in the Tri-State Area. While Nandor, Guillermo and Nadja return to Staten Island to take care of the animal''s chest cavity. But again, the vampires return to this year''s staten Island to discover their property on the verge of collapse, and there''s no money to save it. Finally, Laszlo discovers a

Season four of What We Do in the Shadows continues to make the case for blood and comedy. This time with just a little renovation.

Guillen talked with Vulture about the Guillermo-Nandor relationship in October 2021, his character''s evolution, Guillermo''s sexuality, and more. Here are some of the highlights (and here''s a look back at Bleeding Cool''s conversation with Guillen here and here):

"I think everyone''s expressing respect for something, whether it''s romantic or [having] some truth be told what their dynamic is?" Guillen says, "I''m very fortunate to have a coworker like Keyvan, who is both so comfortable in the scenes, and Keyvan is such a giving actor." At the end of the day, they are a group 50-50 between someone who is unmasked and has no desire to live a life that does not include this world."

Fans of That Said, Guillen will learn about every development, and says, "It''s really a tough situation to be in, and it''s a buck in the road." Even when I''m reading the scripts, it feels very, "Oh my God, what''s gonna happen?" Because it''s a slow burn with them. Maybe it''s a love between two men, and we can normalize two males without mentioning it sexualized? "It''s just

Guillermo is a character, but it''s important to feel that you''re interested in a character who isn''t the victim, and that their queer storyline does not define how tragic the outcome of their life is. Because we''ve seen this for so long in the media, in the way that queer people are described, and it''s very black-and-white. Some people are either fabulous and the best friend and over-the-top, or they''re like, ''Oh,

"In the spirit of Nandor being helpless, Guillermo always relents, but might not be the smartest in other situations, when he gets out of the house, and says, "It''s not my problem." He stays in the middle of a waiting room of vampires to protect his mates from the dangers of being a vampire.

Guillermo''s Not Going Big Bad- But He''s Learning More & More How to Play the Game (& His Roomies): "I like the idea that we introduce a Machiavellian approach to his technique because he''s taught many things throughout the book, and he''s not getting anywhere. They say nice guys finish last, and he''s been so submissive that they dismiss him, saying, "Whatever, you''re always going to be there."

Kayvan Novak plays Nandor, Natasia Demetriou, Colin Robinson, and Harvey Guillen as Guillermo. Together with Scott Rudin, Garrett Basch, Eli Bush, and Stefani Robinson, the producers of a film Star Trek.

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