Exclusive: Jake Manley Talks Season Two of The Order and His Hopes for Season Three

Jake ManleyNetflix’s The Order follows Jack Morton, played by Jake Manley, who in season one joins the secret society of magic practitioners called the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. During the course of the season, he also becomes a werewolf and therefor part of the group called the Knights of St. Christopher, who protect the world from dark magic. This puts him at odds with the Order. At the end of the season, Alyssa (Sarah Grey), the girl Jack loves, is tasked with erasing the Knights’ memories.

In season two, the Knights eventually regain their memories and swear vengeance on the Order, but things only go from bad to worse when they not only almost start a war, but become involved in events that could lead to the apocalypse.

Star Manley recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on The Order, the makeup and prosthetics he had to endure, what could happen in season three, and more.

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Exclusive: Louriza Tronco Talks The Order Season Two

Louriza TroncoNetflix’s The Order follows college students who practice magic as part of the secret society, the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose, and their rivals, the Knights of St. Christopher, werewolves who also happen to be part of the Order.

At the end of last season, the Knights had their memories erased by the Order. In season two, the Knights work to regain their memories and get revenge on the Order, but their actions only cause more trouble that could not only start a war between other magic practitioners, but lead to the apocalypse.

Louriza Tronco stars as Gabrielle Dupres, a member of the Order who is tasked with stopping the Knights from regaining their memories. Later in the season, she also becomes a Knight, and werewolf, herself.

The actress recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her work on the show this season, the possible fallout from Gabrielle’s actions, what she’d like to see for season three, and more.

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Spotlight: Crossing Swords Press Day + Exclusive Video Interviews - 6/15/20

Crossing Swords Press DayMonday SciFi Vision was invited to attend a virtual press day for Hulu’s Crossing Swords.

Crossing Swords, created by John “Harv” Harvatine IV and Tom Root, recently premiered on Hulu. The stop-motion adult animated series, which features wooden peg people, follows Patrick (voiced by Nicholas Hoult), a bullied and kind peasant who’s dream is to be a squire for the king (Luke Evans). He’s ecstatic when he lands the job, but his family is not impressed. Patrick soon finds out that nothing is as he expected. The kingdom is full of crooks and cheats. Even the royal family is wicked. The king and queen (Alanna Ubach) are adulterers, and the princess (Maya Erskine) is an entitled brat.

Can Patrick save the kingdom from murder, mayhem, and debauchery?

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Exclusive: Crossing Swords Press Day Video Interviews - 6/15/20

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Tony Hale, Adam Pally, John "Harv" Harvatine IV, Tom Root, Adam Ray, Alanna Ubach, and Tara Strong

SciFi Vision was invited on Monday to Hulu's Crossing Swords press day and able to talk to some of the cast and crew on video. The first interview was with Tony Hale, who voices Patrick’s alcoholic clown brother, Blarney, and Adam Pally, who voices Patrick’s friend and fellow squire, Broth. The second interview of the day was with the creators John Harvatine and Tom Root. The last was with actors Adam Ray and Tara Strong, who play Patrick’s rogue brother, Ruben, and pirate sister, Coral, respectively, and Alanna Ubach, who voices Queen Tulip.

SciFi Vision’s three interviews are below. Hulu also provided assets in the form of interviews, and as such, the fourth video is the footage from the talent who had limited availability who we were unfortunately unable to talk to at the time. Included are interviews with Nicholas Hoult, who voices Patrick, Seth Green, who voices the wizard Blinkerquartz, Yvette Nicole Brown, who voices Sgt. Meghan, and Breckin Meyer, who plays Patrick's father, Glenn.

Please watch the interviews below and be sure to check out the new hilarious comedy, Crossing Swords, available now on Hulu.

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Book Review: The Bingewatcher's Guide to Doctor Who

**Due to an error this article was somehow not set to published. It was originally written back in March**

The Bingewatcher's Guide to Doctor WhoRiverdale Avenue Books has recently started a new line of books on television and movies, with the first one in the series being The Bingewatcher’s Guide to Doctor Who by Mackenzie Flohr. With Doctor Who being my favorite show currently on television and given the fact that the twelfth season just finished airing, I was really excited to receive the book for review.

The book focuses mostly on season eleven, but it works well as a recap, and it has a lot of other information in it.

The book is divided into a bunch of different sections. The beginning gives a history on how the series came to be and evolve, as well as how the author became an fan and how it inspired her. It also talks about how Chris Chibnall changed the series, including of course, the introduction of Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor.

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Vic and Manx Go Head to Head in Season Two of NOS4A2, Premiering 6/21 on AMC

NOS4A2Based on the novel of the same name by Joe Hill, NOS4A2 returns to AMC June 21 with all new episodes. The series follows Vic McQueen, played by Ashleigh Cummings, a young woman with the supernatural ability to travel anywhere and find lost things.

In the first season, when immortal Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto), who steals children’s souls, lures a child into his Rolls-Royce Wraith to take him to Christmasland, a magical place where everyday is the holiday, Vic uses her abilities to go after him and the other kidnapped children.

Eventually, Vic kills Manx by lighting the Wraith, which keeps him alive, on fire. She is saved by Lou Carmody (Jonathan Langdon), who takes her to the hospital where she finds out she is pregnant.

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Blu-ray Review: Emma is a Charming and Amusing Update on a Classic

Emma.Emma. is an adaptation of Jane Austen’s comedic nineteenth-century tale of love, matchmaking, and moving beyond the stigma of social classes.

The story takes place in Regency-era England and follows Emma Woodhouse, played by Anya Taylor-Joy, a rich, privileged, and pretentious girl who is entering adulthood. Revered by the town and wanting for nothing, Emma thinks herself quite the matchmaker when her governess, Miss Taylor (Gemma Whelan), marries the man she introduced to her, Mr. Weston (Rupert Graves). Taking a girl, Harriet (Mia Goth), with uncertain parentage under her wing and ignoring the advice of her brother-in-law Mr. Knightley (Johnny Flynn) who she has known for years, she decides to match her up with the local vicar, Mr. Elton (Josh O’Connor), and persuades her to refuse a marriage proposal from farmer Robert Martin (Connor Swindells). Mr. Elton, however, would never marry someone so below his social status and instead proposes to an oblivious Emma.

Emma may believe she doesn’t need a man for herself, but that doesn’t stop her from flirting with Frank Churchill (Callum Turner), Mr. Weston’s son, who seems to favor her, regardless of Mr. Knightley’s warnings.

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Blu-ray Review: Lucifer: The Complete Fourth Season is a Hell of a Good Time - Available Now

Lucifer: The Complete Fourth SeasonBased on a character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg and taken from the comic book series The Sandman and the subsequent spin-off, Lucifer, the television series Lucifer originally aired on FOX for three seasons. After its cancellation, it was picked up by Netflix for a 10-episode fourth season, which arrived today on DVD and Blu-ray (via the Warner Archive Collection).

The series follows Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), who came to Los Angeles and bought a bar after deciding to take a vacation from Hell, but who now works as a consultant for the LAPD with partner Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German). The two work together solving murders, with Lucifer sometimes using his powers of being able to force people to admit their true desires to help the cases along.

During the course of the three seasons, the two became closer and Lucifer started to change his ways.

At the end of season three, the two finally kissed, however, Chloe later saw Lucifer’s devil face, proof that he was really who he claimed to be.

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Exclusive: Aurora Perrineau Talks Prodigal Son Season Finale

Aurora PerrineauProdigal Son returns tonight for the season finale. The show follows Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne), a criminal profiler, whose father is the serial killer, Martin Whitley (Michael Sheen). Bright uses his knowledge and traumatic memories to help the NYPD solve cases.

Actress Aurora Perrineau, who plays the role of Detective Dani Powell on the series, recently spoke in an exclusive interview with SciFi Vision about her work on the show, what she’d like to see for Dani, and more.

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Exclusive: Dispatches from Elsewhere - Cherise Boothe is Lee

Cherise BootheAMC’s Dispatches from Elsewhere follows a group of four lonely strangers who become friends during an alternate reality game that changes their lives.

Last night on the series, after Lee (Cherise Boothe) had given Janice (Sally Field) confirmation that Clara Torres (Cecilia Balagot) was real, the team continued to look for answers on what really happened to her. The audience also got to know who Lee really is and that she was the architect behind the game.

Recently Boothe talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her character and her work on the show.

***Spoilers for 1.08***

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