Exclusive Interview with Anna Silk for Lost GirlInterview by Jamie RubyWritten by Jamie Ruby
Anna Silk stars as the succubus Bo in the popular series Lost Girl
, which airs Mondays on Syfy. The actress recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision for an exclusive interview.
The fourth season of Lost Girl
starts out without its lead actress, because Bo is missing, but the timing couldn't have worked out better. "I was pregnant at the very end of season three, so I was really super-newly-pregnant in the finale. I told them about my pregnancy shortly after we wrapped, and it was just luck that they happened to make me disappear at the end of season three. Everyone went in separate directions at the end of season three but specifically for Bo, I went up in the black smoke and all that stuff, so that worked out really well for them in terms of reintroducing season four without me available.
In celebration of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire coming to Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, Digital HD, VOD and Pay-Per-View on March 7th, we were given two film clips to share with you, which you can find after the jump! Also don't forget to check out the full press release
That's right, series finale. It saddens me to post this, but Syfy has cancelled one of its best scripted shows, Being Human. This came as part of the press announcement, as well as the video below.
With the second half of "Being Human's" 4th season set to kick off, our human-at-heart characters are about to embark on a journey full of twists, turns and surprises that will culminate in a spectacular series finale on Syfy, Monday, April 7th.
Showrunner Anna Fricke and the talented producers, writers, cast and crew have done an amazing job bringing this show to life over the past four seasons and we sincerely thank them and the series' production company Muse Entertainment for their hard work. They've saved the best for last with the final six episodes that revisit the story's beginning, leading to a not-to-be-missed send-off for Aidan, Sally, Josh and Nora.
See the goodbye/thank you video from the cast after the jump. More info will be posted if it comes along.
By Jamie RubyBate Motel
returns for a second season to A&E on March 3rd. In preparation, star Vera Farmiga and executive producer Kerry Ehrin talked to the digital media about what fans can expect.
Ehrin talked to SciFi Vision about using the original film the series is based on, Psycho
, as inspiration, yet keeping it their own. "I think that from the very beginning Carlton [Cuse] and I wanted to honor the movie, but not be beholden into it. So I think at this point the world of Bates Motel
has definitely become its own organic world.
"So while we're still conscious of the film, and obviously there's certain tent poles let's say that the film suggests, it kind of has become its own beast at this point."
By Jamie Ruby
This year on American Idol
, Randy Jackson, who up until this season served as a judge on the panel, will instead be the in-house mentor to the contestants. Recently Jackson talked to the media about the changes and everything else Idol
Jackson talked to SciFi Vision about the decision to move from judge to mentor. "Honestly, after 12 seasons, as a judge it felt like I'd said and done everything that I really ever desired and needed to and wanted to do as a judge, and I just felt like it was just time to do something else. I'm a big evolution guy. So, I felt like there's no other way I could say it and do it and whatever.
"So, I said, "you know what, I think it's time to kind of step away," and I'm really excited to step into the mentor role, because I get a chance to work more hands on with the kids and help impart some of the wisdom that I've gained over my 35-year career to them."
Exclusive Interview with Sam Witwer for Being HumanInterview by Jamie RubyWritten by Jamie RubyBeing Human
premiered its fourth season last month on Syfy. Star Sam Witwer, who plays vampire Aidan, recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision for an exclusive interview.
This season many of the issues that were not resolved in the first three seasons are going to come back. One of the big issues for Witwer's character is dealing with the idea of children. "The thing we introduced with the Bernie character (Jason Spevack) in season one, the whole sort of reproductive crisis that Aidan has, this idea that being human is wanting some sort of legacy, that manifests differently in different people. For some people, it represents a family that will carry on your tradition, or your memory, or whatever, past your own mortality, and that is something that Aidan has been robbed of over and over again.
"We didn't get to explore this as much as we would have like to, but I hope [the audience] got the feeling that the whole issue about his son has been something that has troubled and plagued him for his entire life.
SYFY’S 2014 SPRING LINEUP INCLUDES ORIGINAL SERIES PREMIERE OF JIM HENSON’S CREATURE SHOP CHALLENGE
PLUS FAREWELL SEASON OF BELOVED WAREHOUSE 13
MARCH FEATURES ORIGINAL SPECIALS CARVERS, MY BIG FAT GEEK WEDDING AND FOXY & CO.
NEW YORK – February 14, 2014 – The debut of the new reality series Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge (March 25), the fifth and final season of the much beloved Warehouse 13 (April 14), a trio of weekly Tuesday night original specials – Carvers (March 4), My Big Fat Geek Wedding (March 11) and Foxy & Co. (March 18) – and the Season 3 return of Continuum (April 4) will be among the original programming highlights of Syfy’s 2014 spring primetime schedule.
KELLY OSBOURNE, JUDD HIRSCH, ANDY DICK AND JUDAH FRIEDLANDER TO CAMEO IN SHARKNADO 2: THE SECOND ONE
VIVICA A. FOX AND MARK MCGRATH TO JOIN CAST
PRODUCTION ON SYFY AND THE ASYLUM ORIGINAL MOVIE BEGINS IN NEW YORK CITY
NEW YORK – February 13, 2014 – Syfy and The Asylum today announced that Kelly Osbourne, Judd Hirsch, Andy Dick, Judah Friedlander, Vivica A. Fox and Mark McGrath will join the eagerly anticipated Original Movie Sharknado 2: The Second One.
By Jamie Ruby
This Friday, Jeri Ryan guest stars on the popular Syfy series Helix
as Constance Sutton, the chief operating officer of ILARIA Corporation, the owner of Arctic Biosystems. She is clearly not who she first appears to be.
In preparation for the episode, Ryan, along with showrunner Steven Maeda, talked to the digital press earlier in the week about the upcoming episode and new character.
Ryan talked to SciFi Vision about her character on the series. "She was just fun. This was a really fun role to play, because she's kind of out there. You know, she's not subtle, which I love.