The police drama was axed by NBC before its second season had aired but cable network TNT later picked it up and ordered a third run.
Speaking to TV Line, Cudlitz and McKenzie suggested that the show could now be renewed for a fourth season.
"We have produced the television series that we set out to produce, and TNT has given us the opportunity to do that unflinchingly," Cudlitz said. "We're very proud of the ten hours we have done, as well as the 13 previous hours that we produced. But more specifically the past ten hours - and we will not be discussing not being picked up anymore."
Cudlitz added: "I think the show is getting picked up. It's a matter of how many [episodes]."
Meanwhile, McKenzie revealed that he is willing to stake money on the show's safety, saying: "If it's 3/1, I'll still put money on it. You pick the odds and I'll bet you 100 bucks, how about that?"