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  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 2/24 - 2:30pm ET - The Following - Brett Mahoney
  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 2/24 - 3:30pm ET - Last Man on Earth - Will Forte
  • INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 2/25 - 3:00pm ET - DIG - Jason Isaacs & Anne Heche

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Exclusive: Shawn Ashmore Talks The Following Season Three

Shawn AshmoreTonight FOX premieres season three of its hit psychological thriller, The Following. Season three begins one year later. Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) is on death row. Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) and his FBI partner Mike Weston, played by Shawn Ashmore, are trying to move on when new threats emerge.

In preparation for the premiere, Ashmore recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the new season.

Last season, Mike shot Lily (Connie Nielsen) in cold blood after her son, Mark (Sam Underwood), killed his father, and they have been covering it up from the FBI. Ashmore talked about how that will affect Mike, as well as how it will affect his position at the bureau. “That’s what’s interesting right from the get-go for season three. Some of the crimes and the awful things that our “heroes” have been up to in the last season, those things come back to haunt Ryan and Max (Jessica Stroup) and Mike. We’re forced to look at that. If the truth comes out about what our guys were up to last season, how will that affect them? And it’s no joke, and it’s very, very serious, so I can only imagine that if everyone did find out, Mike would definitely be fired from the FBI, if not criminally prosecuted, along with Ryan and Max. We’re all complicit on different levels about covering up and taking out some of the Gray family last year, among other followers. So yeah, it’s serious business. Our careers are on the line; potentially our freedom is on the line. So it’s definitely serious, and when we come back into season three, that’s something that we’re forced to deal with.”

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Review: The Last Man on Earth

The Last Man on EarthIf you haven't seen tonight's episode, please be aware there are spoilers within.

When I started to watch The Last Man on Earth, I wasn't sure what to think. As I watched, what I realized was that seeing what Phil (Will Forte) did, once he realized he could pretty much do anything, was really funny. I just wasn't sure at first how a show of one man talking to himself and inanimate objects could be sustained for a full series. I thought that while Forte is hilarious in his pursuit of ending his boredom and loneliness, there are probably only so many places to go with it. I was happy to be wrong.

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Forte, Miller, & Lord Talk The Last Man on Earth, Premiering Tonight on FOX

The Last Man on EarthTonight Fox premieres its new series The Last Man on Earth, in a special one-hour series premiere event.

The show follows Phil Miller, played by Will Forte, in 2020 after a virus has wiped out the population and he is the only man left. After traveling the country searching for survivors, Phil returns to Tucson alone to face being the last man.

Creator, executive producer, writer, and star Will Forte, along with executive producers and directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord, talked to the press earlier in the week about their new series.

The group first talked to SciFi Vision about how the concept for the series came about. Miller told the site, “It was a team effort. Phil and Will and I hung out for several days. We wanted to make a TV show together, and we’ve been friends for many years.”

Lord added, “We came to Will as a writer first. We said, “Look, I obviously would love for you to be in this.” But we met Will when he was a writer, and that’s how he was paying his rent, and we just had so much respect for him and his voice, and we just wanted to figure out the best vessel to get that on to television.”

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Helix - Cross-Pollination - 2.07 Review

HelixTo get the review up right away this week, I decided to post the review part of the post mortem quickly. The recap, as well as my roundup of the questions and answers, will come later.

Please be aware that if you haven't seen the new episode yet, there will be spoilers.



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Syfy Will Pay Tribute to Science Fiction Icon Leonard Nimoy with Special Programming Salute, 3/1

SYFY WILL PAY TRIBUTE TO SCIENCE FICTION ICON LEONARD NIMOY WITH SPECIAL FIVE HOUR PROGRAMMING SALUTE THIS SUNDAY, MARCH 1 FROM 9AM-2PM

Syfy
will honor the extraordinary legacy of Leonard Nimoy with a special five hour programming salute this Sunday, March 1 from 9AM-2PM (ET/PT), kicking off with his role in an episode of the original Twilight Zone series; his guest star arc on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and the final Star Trek original cast movie, Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country.

Following is the schedule for the Leonard Nimoy Tribute

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Remembering Leonard Nimoy

Actor Leonard Nimoy, best known for playing Spock in the Star Trek television and film franchise passed away at the age of 83 at his home this morning, according to the New York Post who reported his death. He passed after losing his battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease after being hospitalized earlier in the week.

Beloved by many, the actor will be missed. Hollywood as well as fans across the globe took to social media to say their goodbyes to the legendary icon.

Nimoy was a role model to so many and touched everyones' hearts. I myself had the honor of talking to Mr. Nimoy during a conference call supporting an upcoming appearance on Fringe, which I will never forget.

Leonary Nimoy 1931-2015
Leonard Nimoy

Executive Producer Brett Mahoney talks The Following, Premiering Monday

The FollowingFOX’s popular series The Following returns for all new episodes of season three on Monday. With Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) on death row and out of the picture, Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) struggles to put his life back together and move on as he and his team investigate new murders.

Executive producer Brett Mahoney talked to the press on Tuesday about the new season and what viewers can expect.

Mahoney talked to SciFi Vision about the new villain this season, Theo, played by Michael Ealy. “We will find that he’s a character that comes from the mythology of the show and he has a place in it and based upon events that happen and stuff that was set up in the previous season; he comes to light and he comes out of the shadows and becomes a significant threat to Ryan Hardy.

“It’s a villain we really haven’t seen on the show thus far, and I hope people will be intrigued by him and scared by him, and it’s a Michael Ealy that we really have not seen thus far. I was working with him on the first day that he shot and I was pretty amazed and a little bit scared myself. And he’s charismatic, and he’s also a chameleon, and he has many different identities and that’s a little tidbit about who he is.”

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