On returning to the series:
“When I read…that it was coming back, I had not heard about it, so I did put out an email to [24 showrunner] Howard Gordon,” Callery tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I said, ‘I hope I’m on this. I hope I can still work on this.’ And he said, ‘Of course. What are you talking about…'”
His approach to composing music:
“I pay attention to what comes up for me emotionally and what I feel when I’m watching the show and generally there is some moment in the show that I intuitively or instinctively decide I would like to start there first,” Callery says. “Sometimes it’s an action scene, sometimes it’s a very emotional exchange, and it can vary greatly. But I really just pay attention to what I feel as a fan when I’m watching it, and then I start from the area that inspires me the most at that moment.”
Sean promises big things for the ending:
He has four episodes left to score but he has a sense of how the current edition will end.
“I do have a clue, at least, as to how they plan on concluding this chapter, and it’s going to be very exciting,” he says.