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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Exclusive: Ian Verdun Talks Season Three of Siren, Premiering Tonight on Freeform

Ian VerdunTonight, season three of Siren premieres on Freeform. The series takes place in the coastal town of Bristol Cove that is known for its legends of mermaids. There, truth is stranger than fiction when a siren (Eline Powell), Ryn, surfaces and causes all kinds of havoc while looking for her captured sister.

On the way she meets humans Ben Pownall (Alex Roe) and Maddie Bishop (Fola Evans-Akingbola) who befriend her and help to keep her safe from the military. Eventually more mermaids and mermen, many of a more predatory nature, come to the town seeking refuge and an escape from other humans.

Local deep-sea fisherman and Ben and Maddie’s friend, Xander McClure, played by Ian Verdun, eventually finds out the truth about the town when his father is killed by a siren. Ultimately Xander ends up helping Ben and Maddie protect their friend.

Verdun recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the series and what’s to come in season three.

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Exclusive: Cecilia Balagot on the Role of Clara in AMC’s Dispatches from Elsewhere

Cecilia BelagotLast night, AMC aired the fifth episode of the anthology series, Dispatches from Elsewhere. Based on the documentary The Institute, which chronicles a real-life alternate reality game, the ten-episode series, created by Jason Segel, follows four lonely strangers as they meet and become entangled in what at first seems to be a game, but may be much more. As the new friends go farther down the rabbit hole, they search for a missing girl, Clara, played by Cecilia Balagot, who may be the key to unraveling the mystery.

Recently, actress Balagot talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her work on the unique series.

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Q&A with Doctor Who Showrunner Chris Chibnall

Chris ChibnallIn preparation for part one of the season finale of Doctor Who tonight, BBC America was kind enough to send a long an interview with the showrunner, Chris Chibnall. He discusses what fans can expect from the finale, including who might return, his thoughts on the Cybermen, and more. Please note that this interview was not conducted by a member of the SciFi Vision team.

Check it out below.

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Exclusive: Steven Moffat & Mark Gatiss on Reimagining Dracula & the Possible Return of Sherlock

Steven Moffat and Mark GatissThe BBC One mini-series, Dracula, recently premiered on Netflix. The three episode reimagining tells the origin story of Dracula (Claes Bang), including his battles with the descendant of Van Helsing, his trip to England on the Demeter, and more.

The creators and writers of the series, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, who also plays Frank Renfield, recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about how the series came to be, the changes they made to the story from the novel on which it was based, potential for the return of the other series they created, Sherlock, and more.

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Exclusive: Hera Hilmar on What's to Come for Maghra in "See"

Hera HilmarApple TV+ recently aired the first season of their series, See. The show takes place in the far future, when a virus has killed most of humanity and left the survivors all blind. Even discussing sight became heresy.

When Maghra, played by Hera Hilmar, wife of Baba Voss (Jason Momoa), gives birth to twins with the ability to see, Queen Kane (Sylvia Hoeks), who is later revealed to be Maghra’s sister, dispatches a Witchfinder General (Christian Camargo) to bring her the twins.

Hilmar recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about creating Maghra, what it was like to pretend to be blind, her opinions on the future of her character, and more.

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Exclusive: Sylvia Hoeks Talks "See"

Sylvia HoeksThe first season of See recently aired on Apple TV+. See, created by Steven Knight, takes place in the future after a virus has wiped out most of humanity and caused the survivors and their offspring to be blind. After centuries pass, sight becomes myth and even heresy to talk about.

Things change in the village of Alkenny, when Maghra (Hera Hilmar), wife of Baba Voss (Jason Momoa), gives birth to twins fathered by a man named Jerlamarel (Joshua Henry) who are born with the gift of sight.

Queen Kane, played by Sylvia Hoeks, sends her Witchfinder General, Tamacti Jun (Christian Camargo) to the village to find them.

Later, it's revealed that Queen Kane is actually Maghra's sister and has been scorned by Jerlamarel.

Hoeks recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her character and work on the show, learning what it might be like to be blind, and more.

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For All Mankind Cast on Their Work on the Apple TV+ Series

For All MankindApple Tv’s series, For All Mankind, follows an alternate timeline of the space program, where the USSR beats the United States in putting a man on the moon, leaving the US devastated. The space race continues. After Russia is also first to send a woman to the moon, NASA recruits female astronauts into the space program.

After training and testing, NASA is left with four candidates: Tracy Stevens (Sarah Jones), wife of Apollo 15’s Gordo Stevens, Molly Cobb (Sonya Walger) from Mercury 13, Danielle Poole (Krys Marshall), an engineer at NASA, and pilot Ellen Waverly (Jodi Balfour).

The four actresses recently talked to the media about their characters, the things they learned, their time working on the series, and more.

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Exclusive: John Suits on Directing 3022 - Now in Theaters and Available on Demand and Digital

John SuitsIn the film 3022, starring Omar Epps and Kate Walsh, years into an extended mission aboard a space station orbiting Earth, tensions flare between a group of astronauts. They consider abandoning their mission, when they find that Earth has been destroyed.

Director John Suits (Pandemic, The Scribbler) recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the film.

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