Speaking to IGN, the actress described the show's upcoming run as "bigger and better. It's just amazing. I'm so proud of our scripts and we are [all] working really hard".
The first season was cut down to nine episodes due to the WGA strike, but Glau insisted that she didn't find it difficult to slip back into her role as Terminator Cameron Phillips.
"As soon as I went back, it was like we had never left. It took about two days to feel like we'd been there forever," she commented.
Glau also discussed the addition of Leven Rambin and Garbage singer Shirley Manson to the cast, stating that they would prove beneficial to the show.
She said: "Carrying the story with three to four people is really tiring and as much as we love it, it's great to have new people to share the storylines with. And they also add dimension to your character. Each character that comes in adds dimension, so that's been really nice."