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Exclusive: Aaron Stanford Interview Part 2

Aaron StanfordTonight Syfy airs episode eight of its popular series 12 Monkeys. In the episode, in order to stop time from being destroyed, Jones (Barbara Sukowa) sends Cassie (Amanda Schull) back in time to kill her in 2020, so that she can never create a time machine. Cassie is soon joined by Cole (Aaron Stanford), trying to stop her. The two get stuck in a sort of time loop/reboot and must figure out what to do to get back to 2044.

Last month when I talked to Stanford about the season, we talked specifically about tonight's episode, including filming the time loop, and Cassie and Ramse (Kirk Acevedo)'s possible plans moving forward.

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Exclusive: Gabriel Bateman Talks Outcast & American Gothic

Gabriel BatemanTonight the new series Outcast, based on the comic series by Robert Kirkman, premieres on Cinemax. Gabriel Bateman (Stalker, Code Black) plays the part of Joshua, a boy who is possessed by a demon.

The actor can also be seen in the upcoming series American Gothic, premiering later in the month, as well as in the film Lights Out, where he stars alongside Teresa Palmer, which comes to theaters July 22nd.

Bateman recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his roles on Outcast and American Gothic.

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Exclusive: Kevin Hanchard Talks Orphan Black

Kevin HanchardTonight, BBC America aired an all-new episode of its hit series, Orphan Black. The series, created by screenwriter Graeme Manson and director John Fawcett, follows Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) who assumes the identity of Detective Beth Childs, who bares an eerie resemblance to Manning, after she commits suicide. Sarah soon discovers that she and Beth, along with other "sisters" she meets along the way are clones (all played by Maslany).

This season we learned much more about Beth, and therefore her partner as well, Detective Arthur "Art" Bell, played by Kevin Hanchard. It was recently revealed that they had a romantic relationship at one point.

Last week, after finding out that Detective Martin Duko (Gord Rand), who had previously been threatening him for helping the clones, killed the clones' original, Kendall Malone (Alison Steadman), Bell attacked him at the precinct.

This week the detective becomes even more involved in Duko's fate.

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Exclusive: Katherine Barrell Talks Wayhaught & Wynonna Earp

Katherine BarrellSyfy's Wynonna Earp, based on the IDW comic book series of the same name by Beau Smith, follows demon-hunting Wynonna Earp (Melanie Scrofano), a descendant of Wyatt, who hunts down Revenants and sends them back to Hell. She is joined by her boss Agent Dolls (Shamier Anderson) and her sister Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley).

Actress Katherine Barrell plays the part of Nicole Haught, a new police officer in Purgatory. From the first time they met, she has shown interest in Wavery, who may finally be starting to respond to her advances.

Recently Barrell talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her work on the show, Nicole and Waverly's relationship, and much more.

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Exclusive: Rayisa Kondracki on Constance's Comeuppance in Wynonna Earp

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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Exclusive: Aaron Stanford Talks Season Two of 12 Monkeys

Aaron StanfordTonight Syfy airs the sixth episode of season two of 12 Monkeys, "Immortal." In the episode Cole, played by Aaron Stanford, and Ramses (Kirk Acevedo) travel to 1975 to try to save the next primary, Kyle Slade (David Dastmalchian) from the Twelve, but he may not warrant saving.

Stanford recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview and talked about his work on the series this season and teased a bit about what's coming next.

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Exclusive: Thomas Barbusca Talks Preacher & The Mick

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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Exclusive: Tim Rozon Was Born to Play Doc Holliday

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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Exclusive: Emily Hampshire Interview - Part two

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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Exclusive: Jasmin Savoy Brown Talks Stitchers

Jasmine Savoy BrownTonight an all new episode of Stitchers airs on Freeform. At the beginning of the season Kirsten (Emma Ishta), now able to feel emotions again after years with temporal dysplasia, told Cameron (Kyle Harris) that she needed time to sort out her feelings. In the meantime, Cameron met and started dating fellow comic book nerd Nina, played by Jasmin Savoy Brown.

Brown recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her work on the series.

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