• INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 11/2 - 6:30pm ET - Z Nation - Anastasia Baranova
  • INTERVIEW: Monday, 11/21 - 1:30pm ET - Van Helsing - Aleks Paunovich
  • INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 11/23 - 3:30pm ET - Incorporated - Sean Teale
  • INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 11/23 - 4:00pm ET - Aftermath - Levi Meaden
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 12/01 - 4:20pm ET - Fear the Walking Dead - Danay Garcia
  • INTERVIEW: Monday, 12/05 - 1:00pm ET - Empire - Serayah

Exclusive: Jade Hassouné Talks Shadowhunters

ShadowhuntersLast week Freeform's Shadowhunters, which is based on the Cassandra Clare book series, The Mortal Instruments, introduced the character of Meliorn. The actor who plays the faerie knight, Jade Hassouné, recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on the show.

The actor auditioned for other roles on the series before he got Meliorn, which he thinks was perfect for him. "It was an audition, just a regular audition. I got to audition for Alaric first, and from that I got a call back about a week later for Raphael Santiago, and then a week later for Meliorn, and by that point I'd really delved into it, and I think Meliorn was the perfect one. And from that audition, I got a call back, which was my final call back.

"And then it happened really, really fast. I mean, the whole process took about a month, but then everything happened really, really quickly after that. You know, after that, I was on set probably about a week later.

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Exclusive: Alberto Rosende Talks Shadowhunters

Alberto RosendeRecently Freeform (previously ABC Family) premiered it's new series Shadowhunters, based on characters from the book series The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare. The series follows Clary Fray (Katherine McNamara), who discovers that she is part of a long line of half-human half-angel demon hunters called Shadowhunters. She, along with her mundane, or human, friend, Simon Lewis, played by Alberto Rosende, are pulled into this new and dangerous world.

Recently, Rosende talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on the series.

The actor became a fan of The Mortal Instruments book series after having started reading them for his audition. "I originally intended only to read the first one before the audition to kind of understand who Simon was in the world, but a funny thing happened; my audition got pushed a week back. So I had an extra week, and I'd already finished the first book, so I decided to keep reading, and then I finished the second one. So by the time I got to the audition, I was already half way through the third book. I just kept burning through them after that. I finished them about four episodes into the show; I finished all six."

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Jason Ralph and Sera Gamble Talk The Magicians, Premiering Tuesday on Syfy

The MagiciansTuesday Syfy premieres the first two episodes of its new series, based on the New York Times best-selling book series of the same name by Lev Grossman. The series follows Quentin Coldwater, played by Jason Ralph, as he puts away his fantasy novel obsession to move on to graduate school and adulthood. Quentin, however, is suddenly whisked away to the secret New York university, Brakebills University for Magical Pedagogy, where he learns that not only is magic real, but the fantasy world in his beloved books, Fillory, might be as well, and his own world is in danger.

In preparation for the premiere, executive producer Sera Gamble and star Jason Ralph recently talked to the media about the new series.

Ralph told SciFi Vision that he read the books and really enjoyed them. "I read them during the audition process, and before it ended, I had become a very quick and very rabid fan."

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Chris Carter Talks The X-Files, Mulder & Scully's Relationship, & More

Chris CarterSunday marks the long-awaited return to television of the hugely popular series The X-Files. The series follows FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson), who work in the X-Files division solving cases of the unexplained.

In preparation for the premiere, series creator and executive producer Chris Carter talked to the press earlier today about what fans can expect.

Carter talked to SciFi Vision about Scully's decision to give up her son William for adoption in the original series and how that affects her and Mulder moving forward. "If you remember, they gave up William to protect him. They were afraid that with his whereabouts known, meaning if either one of them would have him, that they would be better to give him up and not know his whereabouts so they couldn't be tortured into giving him up.

"So obviously William is all important, not just to them, but to others. And he will play an important part in [two episodes], but I think he always, even [when] he's not in the show per se, an absent presence."

He also added later in the call, that although William does not appear present day in the series, "He is certainly important to the arc of these stories moving forward."

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Vogel, Stone, and Graham Talk Childhood's End, Premiering 12/14

Childhood's EndChildhood’s End, an adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke’s novel of the same name, premieres over three consecutive nights on Syfy, starting December 14th. The miniseries follows what happens when aliens take over earth to bring peace, health, and security. But is there a price to pay?

Recently, stars Mike Vogel and Yael Stone, along with executive producer Matthew Graham, talked to the media about the new show.

The group talked to SciFi Vision about reading and researching the original novel.

Vogel read the book after getting the role. “Initially, I did not realize the full weight of the project that I was committing to until I was on an airplane headed to Australia. Just because everything happened quite quickly, and as I started, you know, researching the book, and researching the history and the sort of the position that Childhood’s End held in the eyes and the viewpoint, to think of the fan base, I went, “Oh man, wow, this is a big commitment.”

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Exclusive: Colin Ferguson Returns to Haven Tonight on Syfy

Colin FergusonTonight on Syfy's Haven, Nathan (Lucas Bryant) meets up with William (Colin Ferguson) when he enters the void. Ferguson talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision earlier in the week in an exclusive interview about his return, as well as directing last week's episode, "Just Passing Through."

The actor, who finished filming his part in the series over a year ago, had originally been told that William would return, but you never really know. "With stuff like this, they always say they're going to get back to you, and even in the audition process now as an actor, even if you go in for one episode, they're like, 'it's possibly recurring!' And you read the sides, and you're like, 'It says in here I die at the end! This isn't going to recur!' They're always like, 'Maybe it will recur; we don't know.' So they said it was going to recur, but then when they came up with the idea, I thought it was fantastic and hopped on a plane immediately and went out."

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Exclusive: Keith Allan on Baby Zombies, Eating Brains, and More

Keith AllanTonight Syfy airs an all new episode of Z Nation, which was recently renewed for a third season. Keith Allan, who stars as Murphy, the only known survivor of a zombie bite, recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the series.

The actor only found out recently about the series renewal. "You never know until you know, actually, because things can look all great on paper, and it may seem like the show is going well, and then for reasons that you may not be privy to, within the network or within the production, they just can't continue. So you never know until they give you the actual news.

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Exclusive: David Tutera on CELEBrations, Party Planning, and More

David TuteraTonight WE tv premieres the third season of David Tutera’s CELEBrations. This season, viewers will get an inside look into events for celebrities such as Vivica A. Fox (Independence Day, Celebrity Apprentice), Kim Coles (Living Single), Ian Ziering (Beverly Hills 90210, Sharknado), Big Ang Raiola (Mob Wives), and in tonight’s episode, Vanessa Williams (Ugly Betty, Miss America 1983).

Recently, party planner Tutera talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview.

According to Tutera, there are a variety of types of parties viewers will get to see this season on the show. "On this season of David Tutera’s CELEBrations, you will be seeing everything from an outlandish birthday party for a demanding diva, to a rustic wedding, to a modern chic charity event, and everything in between! That’s what I love so much about CELEBrations; I have the opportunity to design more than just weddings. I can promise you that you have never seen anything quite like these events before."

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Exclusive: Glen Hetrick Guest Judges on GSN's Steampunk'd Tonight

Glen HetrickTonight, Face Off's Glenn Hetrick judges contestants in an all new episode of Steampunk'd on GSN. The artist recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview.

The judge talked about how he first became involved in judging Steampunk'd. "I really have to credit our wonderful director Peter [Ney]. He directed all of our Face Off episodes. I've been working with him for years, and he also directed Steampunk'd. And to be honest with you, we were shooting on the same stages as Steampunk'd. And my life has this weird - I don't believe in coincidences; I call it synchronicity, not coincidences. So I can remember pulling in and seeing outside of the stages what on the show is called the Punkyard. And I really looked at it and said, "What is this? What is going on here?" I had no idea there was this other show they were filming next to us, nor did I know that Peter was involved.

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Exclusive: Noel Clarke on The Anomaly, Doctor Who, and More

Noel ClarkeThe Anomaly comes to Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday. Set in the future, the film stars Noel Clarke, who also directs, as an ex-soldier, Ryan Reeve, who after suffering post-traumatic stress disorder, wakes up in a van next to a kidnapped boy. The bigger problem? He has only nine minutes and forty seven seconds at a time to discover the truth about who he is and why people want him dead.

Recently, Clarke talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the upcoming release, as well as a few of his other projects, including Doctor Who.

The actor first talked about how he originally became involved in The Anomaly. “I first became involved in the project, because I was looking at scripts and working with a director called Tom Daley, and he had a movie called Tiger House, which was written by Simon Lewis, and he said, “You should meet Simon; Simon's a great guy.”

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