Five years after her star-is-born moment in “Fargo,” the “Emergence” star tells us how she fought typecasting, body-shaming, and sexism to become a leading lady on her own terms. It follows, then, that this proverbial “everyone” would be glad to know that there’s a very good spooky kid plot line in Emergence, the new ABC thriller that premieres Tuesday night.  A plane mysteriously crashes on a Long Island beach and found hiding behind a sand dune next to the wreckage is—you guessed it—our central S.K. (spooky kid). She doesn’t have a mark on her. Nor does she have any memory of who she is or how she got there. The local police chief, Jo, played by series lead Allison Tolman, takes the girl in, concerned.  Those concerns grow during a phenomenal car crash set piece. After the girl is abducted by shady men posing as government investigators, she appears to have flipped the car telepathically, and emerges from the wreckage, once again, sans a single injury. By the time she starts to make metal dance with her mind, forget it.  “Who doesn’t love a spooky kid?” Tolman says, peer-recommending my unflappable theory when we meet in a New York hotel room on the evening of a fan screening...