• EVENT: Monday, 11/3 - Killjoys Set Visit
  • INTERVIEW: Monday, 11/10 - 4:00pm ET - The McCarthys - Tyler Ritter & Brian Gallivan
  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 1/11 - 2:00pm ET - Grimm - Silas Weir Mitchell
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 11/13 - 1:30pm ET - Gotham - Nicholas D’Agosto
  • EVENT: Thursday, 11/13 - 2:30pm ET - Haven - Adam Copeland & Jay Reso

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Syfy Announces Casting of New Acquired Scripted Series Dark Matter

SYFY ANNOUNCES CASTING OF NEW ACQUIRED SCRIPTED SERIES DARK MATTER

MELISSA O’NEIL (LES MISERABLES), MARC BENDAVID (BITTEN), ANTHONY LEMKE (THE GOOD WITCH), ALEX MALLARI JR. (ROBOCOP) AND JODELLE FERLAND (TWILIGHT) WITH ROGER CROSS (THE STRAIN) AND ZOIE PALMER (LOST GIRL)

DARK MATTER BEGINS PRODUCTION IN TORONTO JANUARY 7

NEW YORK – December 18, 2014 – Syfy today announced casting of the new acquired scripted series Dark Matter, which will feature Melissa O’Neil (Broadway production of Les Miserables), Marc Bendavid (Bitten), Anthony Lemke (White House Down), Alex Mallari Jr. (Robocop) and Jodelle Ferland (Twilight) with Roger Cross (The Strain) and Zoie Palmer (Lost Girl).

The series begins production in Toronto on January 7.

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Exclusive: Al Sapienza on Working with Tricia Helfer & More on Ascension

Al SapienzaTonight Syfy premiered its new limited event series, Ascension. The three-night event continues tomorrow night, and reaches its conclusion on Wednesday night.

The drama follows the men, women, and children of a century-long space voyage on the starship Ascension that was launched in the 1960s. They have made it halfway through their journey, and as they reach the point of no return, there is a murder on the ship, which will cause the people to question the true reason for their space mission.

Al Sapienza, who stars as Councilman Rose on the series, recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview to talk about Ascension and it's surprising twists and turns.

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Advance Review: Ascension - A Unique Voyage Into Space

By Jamie Ruby

AscensionMonday night Syfy premieres its new limited event, Ascension, which will run for three consecutive nights. The series follows a century-long space voyage as it has reached it's point of no return at fifty-one years, when there is a murder aboard the ship that will cause the crew and inhabitants to question their mission.

One of the interesting things about the series is that although it takes place in the present, the starship Ascension was launched in the 1960s. Therefore, none of the passengers have been influenced by the outside world and have developed their own society aboard the ship. As far as they know, they could be the last survivors of the human race after the Cold War. This makes it not only unique, but also poses problems for those dealing with the murder, as there is no outside help.

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Epic Drama in Exodus: Gods and Kings

By Marcina Zaccaria

Exodus: Gods and KingsExodus: Gods and Kings
, the stunning action adventure drama directed by Ridley Scott, tells the story of Moses, the man who freed the Israelites.

Christian Bale (American Psycho and The Dark Knight Rises) is transformative as Moses. In him, the audience can see a tough warrior, a simple shepherd, and a man capable of parting the Red Sea. Bale shares the screen with Joel Edgerton, who plays the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses. Bale never seems hollow or withdrawn in the film, as he glares up to the sky and denounces God.

Exodus: Gods and Kings has enough sand and chariots to win the heart of the most stoic movie watcher. It is a story of power and enormous consequence. The lead actors consider who God is, and whether God or man has the greater power to kill. The swordplay and the emotion behind it are fierce, and the film, as a whole, is relentless. It doesn’t focus so much on good and evil, but rather, on the juxtaposition of massive impact and new movement. Though movie making has never seemed bigger or bolder, the film brings up real issues of humanity and frailty.

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Keith Urban Returns to American Idol XIV, Premiering 1/7

By Jamie Ruby

Keith UrbanFOX's mega-hit reality series, American Idol, returns Wednesday, January 7th, for its fourthteenth season. The special three-hour two-night event will continue the following night. Returning are host Ryan Seacrest, as well as last seasons three superstar judges: Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick, Jr., and Keith Urban.

Urban recently talked to the digital media about the upcoming season.

The singer talked to SciFi Vision about some of the changes to American Idol this season. "There're a few things we've changed up. Certainly, the most recent one for me that really stood out, was once we narrowed down our list - we sent over 200 people through to Hollywood, and then we narrowed it down, of course, and then even further down to get to our top 48. Those 48 guys and girls we took it into the House of Blues in Los Angeles to put them into a live club setting where the band was set up. They got up on stage and did a song each in front of the audience in that club. We've never done that before."

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Kathy Bates Talks American Horror Story: Freak Show

By Jamie Ruby

Kathy BatesIn FX's hit series American Horror Story: Freak Show, actress Kathy Bates stars as Ethel Darling, the bearded woman. The actress recently talked to the media about her work on the show.

Bates talked to SciFi Vision about the part of Ethel that she identifies with the most. "[It's] her authenticity and her strength, her struggle, and also, since I’m a cancer survivor, although she certainly had the liver cancer, I really identified with that scene in the doctor’s office."

The actress also talked to the site about roles that she has played that stayed with her for years. "I did a play on Broadway that won the Pulitzer Prize called ‘Night, Mother in 1983, so doing the math probably 20, 25 years ago. That role of Jessie Cates has stayed with me, probably will until I die; it just gets in your marrow. And Dolores Claiborne—it all has with time and not the time in between—what I mean is, it’s like anything that you take time to create, and we don’t take time. You work so fast, and those things that you have made and taken time to make are the ones that stay with you.

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Stephen Nathan Talks 200th Episode of Bones, Season 10, & Beyond

By Jamie Ruby

Stephan NathanTomorrow FOX's hit series, Bones, hits a new milestone as it premieres its 200th episode. As with other milestones episodes, this one is a break from the normal structure of the show. The episode pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock and reimagines the series as a film from the 1950s. The episode was directed by series star, David Boreanaz, and written by executive producer, Stephen Nathan. Nathan talked to the press earlier in the week about the special episode, as well as season ten and beyond.

Nathan talked to SciFi Vision about coming up with the style of the 200th episode, as well as how they chose which roles the characters would play. "I think coming up conceptionally with this, we wanted to go back to something that was classic, because after ten years, we’re moving into the classic category; not many shows last for 200 episodes. I think there have only been 24 dramas in the history of television, from what I’ve been told. We wanted to do a classic examination of the show and of the romantic nature of the show. This style, this time, really sets it apart and allows us to highlight that aspect of our series in a way no other time really could.

"We also got a chance to reintroduce Booth and Brennan, see the initial attraction and the blossoming of their romance, again, in new circumstances.

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Bree Turner Talks Grimm, Chupacabras, and Christmas

By Jamie Ruby

Bree TurnerFriday NBC airs the midseason finale of Grimm, "Chupacabra." During the episode, as Rosalee, played by Bree Turner, and Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) prepare to finally leave for their honeymoon, they are once again threatened because of their mixed Wesen marriage.

The actress talked to the media recently about the episode and what fans can expect moving forward on the series for her character.

Turner talked to SciFi Vision about who she would like to get to work with more often on Grimm. "It’s almost like there’s three separate worlds happening in Grimm. There’s the Adalind world, and the procedural world, and then there’s the Wesen world. And up until now I would have said it would have been Claire [Coffee], but we had that nice arc with her last season, so really Reggie [Lee] is such a beautiful actor and person that the few moments we’ve shared, our time together,  has always been super enjoyable, but as you can see we’re on a trajectory with him in the loop and a part of the Scooby gang and I’m really looking forward to more screen time with him."

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Jimmy Smits Talks Sons of Anarchy & Series Finale

By Alyssa Grillo and Jamie Ruby

Jimmy SmitsTonight FX's hit series Sons of Anarchy comes to a close. In preparation, Jimmy Smits, who plays Nero Padilla on the show, recently talked to the digital media about his work as on the series.

Smits talked to SciFi Vision about the changes in Nero in the latest episode that caused him to seem more concerned with saving Jax than Gemma. "I think that that particular line I tried to give it a little bit of weight, so that it really means both, because we all know that in the episode prior to that, when Nero starts talking about, you know, what you're thinking about doing is kind of like one of the biggest sins that you could impose upon yourself, and the weight that that's going to put on you. So knowing that that was a possibility, that was part of where that line was coming from, and tried imbue with all of that, but I don't think that he meant discard Gemma or there wasn't that thing going on; and I hope that didn't read like that, because the love that he has [for her] - you did see him in the next subsequent scenes in the bedroom. And I think that reinforced that even though the events that transpired have transpired, that he still has a profound kind of love and emotional connection with the Gemma character. So it's like everything that Kurt writes it's not just one thing. It's layered in many, many, many different ways."

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Nicole Beharie Talks Season Two of Sleepy Hollow

By Jamie Ruby

Nicole BeharieFox's hit series, Sleepy Hollow, is getting closer to its midseason finale, and in preparation, Nicole Beharie, who stars as Lieutenant Abbie Mills, recently talked to the digital media about the series.

Beharie talked to SciFi Vision about how Hawley (Matt Barr) is slowly changing his ways as the season progresses. "The nature of Hawley’s character is he’s an arms dealer. He’s like a black market dealer, so he should expect to be paid for his time. But I think that slowly the witness pair, Crane (Tom Mison) and Abbie, are both working on pulling on his heartstrings. He has warmed up to Crane. I think you all saw in Club Twerk, when the succubus actually took him over and then took him back to the docks, he realized that there are much bigger things at stake, and that the money isn’t actually going to save him.

"Then when it comes to Abbie, I think they have just a really strange but kind of saucy relationship, where she knows what he wants, and he knows what she wants, and they just barter and bargain to both get at least a semblance of what they are looking for."

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