The creators of Amazon's "Catastrophe," which stars Carrie Fisher in one of her final roles, said they were shocked by her unexpected death last year and had bigger plans for her character.
"We had no idea. I don't think she had any idea," series star and co-creator Rob Delaney said in an interview Thursday.
On Dec. 23, Fisher was returning to Los Angeles from London after shooting her final scenes for season three of "Catastrophe." She suffered a medical emergency aboard the flight and died on Dec. 27 at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
Fisher, 60, played Delaney's mother, Mia, in the series about a couple navigating the highs and lows...