Exclusive: Tom Ellis Talks Season Four of Lucifer and What Fans Can Expect

Tom EllisAlthough the drama series Lucifer was cancelled by FOX after three seasons, it was later picked up by Netflix. Today, all ten episodes of the fourth season drops on the streaming service.

The series, which is based on the DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg from the comic book series The Sandman, stars Tom Ellis, as the devil, Lucifer Morningstar, who has abandoned Hell for Los Angeles and now works as a consultant at the LAPD alongside Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German), as well as runs the nightclub Lux.

At the end of season three Chloe saw Lucifer’s true face, his “devil face,” and Lucifer awaited her reaction.

Star Ellis recently talked to SciFi Vision about what season four brings, how his relationship with Chloe will change now that she knows the truth, the new character of Eve (Inbar Lavi), and more.

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Replicas: An Ambitious Film that Doesn't Quite Deliver - Out Now

ReplicasReplicas follows William Foster (Keanu Reeves), a neuroscientist working to transfer human consciousness into a computer and artificial body. He and his assistant, Ed Whittle (Thomas Middleditch) are close to a breakthrough when William and his family are in a car crash and his wife (Alice Eve) and their three children are killed.

Thinking fast, William calls Ed to help him move the bodies to their lab so he can save and transfer their minds. Ed, who has been tinkering with cloning, might be able to grow them bodies. The problem is, there are only three cloning tanks.

William must make the difficult choice what three family members to replicate and live with the consequences.

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Blu-ray Review: Glass - An Excellent Conclusion to the Trilogy - Out Now

GlassToday the comic book thriller Glass, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, comes to 4k Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Glass is the third film in a trilogy that started almost twenty years ago with the release of Unbreakable, followed by the more recent Split years later. No one had any idea that the first two films were related until the credits were ready to roll on the second film, with a scene showing that both took place within the same universe, which sparked people’s excitement for more.

In the first film, a comic book art dealer, Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), a.k.a. Mr. Glass, is born with “brittle bones” disease, which causes him to be easily injured and suffer multiple breaks throughout his childhood. He feels that if he exists, he must have an opposite. He makes it his mission to find such a person, and eventually tracks down David Dunn (Bruce Willis), a lone survivor of a train crash that Price himself caused. Dunn subsequently finds himself to be super strong and nearly invincible, except for his weakness of water. Dunn becomes a super hero of sorts, a crime-fighting vigilante, The Overseer, helping the weak, as he also has the unique ability to see flashes of the criminal pasts and futures of others with only a touch. The only one aware of his abilities is his son, Joseph (Spencer Treat Clark). At the end of the film, Price is committed to a psychiatric facility.

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Advance Preview: Netflix's Black Summer is a Tense and Enjoyable Take on the Undead Genre

Black SummerTomorrow Netflix drops its new series Black Summer, a spinoff/prequel to Syfy’s Z Nation. The show takes place at the start of the zombie apocalypse and follows a group of survivors as they enter each other’s lives and work together to stay alive and make it to safety.

During a town-wide evacuation, Rose (Jaime King) is separated from her daughter Anna (Zoe Marlett) and must make it to the stadium to catch up with her, but she can’t do it alone. She is saved from a zombie attack by a man with secrets, Spears (Justin Chu Cary), who agrees to help her on her journey. Along the way a deaf man, Ryan (Mustafa Alabassi), and another man, Lance (Kelsey Flower), join their group.

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Exclusive: Edward Bluemel Talks A Discovery of Witches and Killing Eve

Edward BluemelThis Sunday, the UK series A Discovery of Witches, based on the first book in the All Souls trilogy of the same name by Deborah Harkness, premieres for the first time on network television in the United States on both AMC and BBC America simultaneously.

A Discovery of Witches takes place in a world where vampires, witches, and daemons live secretly among humans. The show follows Diana Bishop (Teresa Palmer), a witch, who unaware of her strength of magical abilities, summons a manuscript that has been lost that other supernaturals have been looking for. She meets Matthew Clairmont (Matthew Goode), who has been looking for the book for over a century, as he thinks it contains secrets to his vampire heritage.

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Advance Preview: A Discovery of Witches Revisited - A New Perspective

A Discovery of WitchesBack in January, the Sky series A Discovery of Witches came to the US via the streaming services Sundance Now, Shudder, and AMC Premiere. Because of its huge success, on Sunday night, the series makes its way to network television in the US for the first time, premiering on both AMC and BBC America simultaneously.

Based on the first book of the All Souls fantasy trilogy by the same name by Deborah Harkness, the series, which has already been renewed for a second and third season, has been adapted for television by Kate Brooke, who also executive produces.

The story takes place in a world where witches, vampires, and daemons exist alongside humans in secret and follows Diana Bishop (Teresa Palmer), a witch who has denied her heritage, never embraced her powers, and is unaware of her strength. When she successfully requests a long-lost manuscript from the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, creatures take notice. One of those creatures is vampire Matthew Clairmont (Matthew Goode), who has been looking for the book for centuries, thinking it contains information on his heritage. He explains to her that he is not the only one and warns that all the supernatural creatures will soon be after her.

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Blu-ray Review: Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase is a Fun Caper for the Whole Family

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blue-ray I reviewed in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own.

Nancy Drew and the Hidden StaircaseBased on the classic book series, Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres, follows the sleuth teen as she uncovers a new mystery.

After her mother passes, Nancy (Sophia Lillis) and her father (Sam Trammell) move from Chicago to the small town of River Heights. Longing for adventure, Nancy often gets into trouble trying to help others, as it’s not always in the most constructive ways. It’s the last straw when she retaliates against a bully (Evan Castelloe) after he humiliates one of her best friends, Bess (Mackenzie Graham), and causes property damage. The sixteen-year-old is sentenced to community service picking up trash by Sheriff Marchbanks (Jay DeVon Johnson).

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Exclusive: Christopher Meloni Talks Happy! Season Two

Happy!This season on Happy!, which premieres Wednesday on Syfy, Nick Sax, played by Christopher Meloni, tries to reconnect with his estranged daughter, Hailey (Bryce Lorenzo), but he must follow the rules: stay sober and don’t kill anybody. His imaginary friend, a blue unicorn named Happy (Patton Oswalt), tries to keep him on the straight and narrow, but it’s not going to be an easy task.

Star Meloni recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about Nick’s relationship with his daughter, working on season two, and more.

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The OA Season Two: Another Mindblowing Masterpiece That You'll Want to Watch Again

***Review contains slight spoilers***

The OAFriday Netflix dropped the second season of its hit series The OA. If you thought season one was confusing, put on your thinking caps, because this one will take a few viewings at least.

It’s hard to sum up The OA. It's the kind of show that people either love or hate. Me, I'm in love. The first season was a beautifully written masterpiece. It ended so perfectly, yet fans yearned for season two, but could it stand up to the hype?

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Exclusive: Tom Steven Talks F***face and Deadly Class

Deadly ClassTonight Syfy aired the season one finale of it’s series Deadly Class. In the episode, while Lin (Benedict Wong) runs from El Diablo (David Zayas) with his daughter, the students raid the manor and carry out their attack on Chester, aka F***face, played by Tom Stevens. A huge battle ensues, and not everyone makes it out alive.

Stevens recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on th the series, creating an insane character like F***face, and more.
 
***Interview contains major spoilers for the season one finale, 1.10***

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