• INTERVIEW: Friday, 5/12 - 2:00pm ET - 12 Monkeys - Todd Stashwick
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 6/1 - 12:10pm ET - Shadowhunters - Isaiah Mustafa
  • INTERVIEW: Monday, 6/5 - 12:30pm ET - Wynonna Earp - Melanie Scrofano
  • INTERVIEW: Monday, 6/5 - 1:00pm ET - Dark Matter - Melissa O'Neil
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 6/8 - 1:20pm ET - Stitchers - Anna Akana
  • INTERVIEW: Friday, 6/9 - 7:30pm ET - Shadowhunters - Harry Shum Jr.
I consider interviews exclusive if they are private or one-on-one or in person interviews. These were not part of press conference calls or group discussions. These are exclusives that are currently published here at SciFi Vision or as part of one of SciFi Vision's own podcasts, or in some early cases at Media Blvd. Magazine.

I also have chosen to include some interviews from press events that are only open to a select few and not the general press or public, such as convention press rooms and everything from the Syfy Digital Press Tours, as although they are not entirely exclusive, they do contain exclusive photos and sometimes videos that no other site has (I have started to mark some of these as "Spotlight" as opposed to "Exclusive"), or may be about my own experiences only at the events. Note that in a few specific cases, the set tours were exclusive and specifically for SciFi Vision.

All of the articles unless otherwise noted were written by me, Jamie Ruby, and are copyright © 2014 Sci-Fi Vision. If you would like to post an article on your own site, please let us know first. Please do not use any of the exclusive photos or videos on your own site without permission (it will usually be given). You can find the rest of our published articles, including both interviews and reviews under articles.
Rayisa KondrackiTonight's episode of Wynonna Earp is a big one for Constance Clootie, the Stone Witch, played by Rayisa Kondracki. She finally casts the spell to bring her sons back to life, but there are complications with only having one of their skulls. Any happiness is short lived, however, when Bobo (Michael Eklund) interferes. Things only get worse when Doc Holliday (Tim Rozon) comes to get his revenge, and with the help of Wynonna Earp (Melanie Scrofano), Constance gets her just deserts.

Recently Kondracki talked to Jamie Ruby in an exclusive interview for SciFi Vision about her work on the show and tonight's episode.

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Thomas BarbuscaTonight AMC premieres its new series, Preacher, which is based on the cult comic book series of the same name. The story follows a preacher in a small town in Texas, Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), who becomes powerful when he is possessed by a supernatural creature named Genesis.

Thomas Barbusca (Grey's Anatomy, American Horror Story), can be seen tonight on the series playing Chris Schenck.

The actor recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on Preacher, as well as starring in The Mick, a comedy series debuting midseason on FOX.

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Tim RozonTonight on Syfy, on an all-new Wynonna Earp, based on the comic book series created by Beau Smith, Agent Dolls (Shamier Anderson) and Doc Holliday, played by Tim Rozon, race to save Wynonna Earp (Melanie Scrofano) from a Revenant serial killer.

Rozon recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on the show, including growing his moustache, geeking out, and handling Wynonna.

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Emily HampshireTonight on Syfy's newest episode of 12 Monkeys, quite a lot happened with the character of Jennifer Goines, played by Emily Hampshire. Last month when I talked one on one with the actress, we discussed two of tonight's important scenes.

First, when talking about the scene that was most most difficult for her to play this season, she talked about filming at the summer house.

"It was definitely when we went to the summer house. I'm not usually 'actorly' like this, but I feel like Jennifer's a different part for me, and I feel like I connect with her so deeply, that it does affect me.

"And I remember just going into the summer house, and at least for me, as an actor, my preparation is usually just making everything I talk about real, and experiencing it, not for real, but in an imaginative way. Like when you have dreams, you really feel like you've gone through [something], but it's all imagination.

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Barbara SukowaTonight on Syfy, on the fourth episode of season two of 12 Monkeys, we see more of the aftermath of what happens to time when a primary is killed. In the episode, Katarina Jones, played by Barbara Sukowa, gains a better understanding of how time works after drinking Red Forest tea with Jennifer Goines (Emily Hampshire).

Sukowa recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her work on the series.


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gameofthronesiconGame of Thrones is back with a new character for season six: Khal Moro, leader of the khalasar that has captured Daenerys.  The laid-back Dothraki is played by New Zealand native Joe Naufahu, who couldn’t be more thrilled to be on the show. Naufahu recently made time to speak with Scifi Vision about his role and what lies in store for Khal Moro.

A former professional rugby player, Naufahu retired from the sport a decade ago after a serious knee injury. Feeling down, he took a suggestion from his brother. "My brother is a writer and a director," he explained, "and when I got injured he knew I was going through a pretty bad period. He reached out and he said, 'Why don’t you give acting a crack? You’ve been through a lot of stuff and you’ve got a lot of material from your life, experiences that you can use.' "

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Michael WestonMonday FOX premieres its new drama Houdini & Doyle. The mystery adventure, which was inspired by true events, takes place at the beginning of the 20th century and follows magician and escape artist Harry Houdini, played by Michael Weston, and author Arthur Conan Doyle (Stephen Mangan), who work together with New Scotland Yard and Constable Adelaide Stratton (Rebecca Liddiard) to investigate unsolved cases of the supernatural. Houdini is the skeptic, Doyle the believer.

In preparation for the premiere, Weston recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview to talk about his new series.

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Emily HampshireIn tonight's episode of 12 Monkeys, Jennifer Goines, played by Emily Hampshire, played an important role, because Cole (Aaron Stanford) chose to not listen to Cassandra (Amanda Schull), and instead of killing her, he stopped her releasing the virus and destroyed what was left of it. This so far is the one thing that seems to have made a real dent in changing the past and saving lives.

It was also revealed in the episode that Jennifer has a larger part to play in what's going on, as she is "primary," and can see all the changes made in time. She is integral, because it is with Cole's help that she finds a new purpose, and it is her that in 2044 is able to convince Jones (Barbara Sukowa) to send Cassandra back to 2016 to retrieve Cole.

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American Grit on FOXAt first glance, American Grit looks like a typical competition show with a military twist – there’s a series of challenges, a million dollars in prize money, and plenty of interpersonal drama along the way.  But American Grit takes its military inspiration seriously, which leads to some pretty great TV.  

“We didn’t want to be like other shows where you have civilians in uniforms pretending to be soldiers,” said Executive Producer Jon Kroll in his exclusive interview with SciFi Vision. “We felt that would be disrespectful. We are military-themed but we don’t have drill sergeants screaming and people in uniforms.”

Instead, American Grit features four genuine U.S. military heroes (a Navy SEAL, an Army Ranger, a Marine gunnery sergeant and an Army sniper) guiding their teams of incredibly athletic civilians through physical challenges that emphasize military values – leadership, teamwork, and endurance.

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Todd StashwickNext week the popular time travel series 12 Monkeys returns to Syfy. At the end of last season, Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull) was sent by James Cole (Aaron Stanford) into the time machine, where she splintered into 2043. Things, however, were not as Cole left it, as Deacon of the West VII, played by Todd Stashwick, had joined with The Messengers, and they had fought their way into and taken over the temporal facility.

This season, Deacon's role at the facility takes a turn.

Stashwick recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision for an exclusive interview to talk about his work on season two of 12 Monkeys.

SCIFI VISION: I've watched the first eight episodes, and I have to say, I absolutely love this season.

TODD STASHWICK: We're proud of it. The funny thing is I'm a stupid science fiction comic book nerd and to be a part of a show that I would watch, even if I wasn't on it, is something of a 'pinch me' situation.

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