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Interviews with showrunners, crew, and stars of TV shows

The Expanse Season 3: Alex the Observer

The premiere episode of Syfy’s The Expanse was intense! I got teary-eyed a few times in this episode.  Once was when Alex (Cas Anvar) sent a video message to his family.  It was rare to see such a personal moment with the character and Anvar acted the hell out of …

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Channel Zero: No End House is Real

We are now in October again and we are halfway through season 2 of Channel Zero.  This season tackles the creepy pasta by Brian Russell called “No End House.”  I have yet to read the short story but like last season, I find myself enjoying it while being creeped out …

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Dark Matter’s Melissa O’Neil Teases Season 3

One of my fave summer shows, Dark Matter on SyFy, premiered last week.  The Raza crew’s leader Two, played by Melissa O’Neil was in mourning one episode, then confronted King Ryo Ishida (Alex Mallari Jr) through his clone in the next episode. O’Neil’s portrayal of her character has been spot …

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APB’s Ernie Hudson Previews Finale

The Fox show APB came as a pleasant surprise.  The show is about Gideon Reeves (Justin Kirk), billionaire engineer who revamps Chicago’s 13th district to a technically advanced police force after the death of his best friend.  The police officers he works with closely include Captain Ned Conrad, played by …

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The Magicians: Fen Needs a Win

via GIPHY Since the beginning of the Magicians I’ve taken a special interest in Fen. Her story has deviated greatly from the novels, and it’s been interesting to note the differences in the televised version.  The show however has grown on me. This is due in part to the innocence …

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Candle Cove: Processing and Sneak Peaks

Last week’s episode of SyFy’s creepy anthology, Channel Zero: Candle Cove “A Strange Vessel,” revealed that grudges can last a very long time.  Spirit Eddie (Luca Villacis) got his revenge by having Ms. Booth (Marina Stephensen Kerr) through her minions kill sweet gal Jessica Yolen (Natalie Brown) who I felt …

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Candle Cove Described in One Word: Creepy

This is usually the time of year where several channels will show the classic horror films and nostalgia could reign.  However when I saw previews for SyFy’s Channel Zero: Candle Cove, I figured I would latch onto the six episode min-series for my horror fix instead of only watching the …

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