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  • INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 11/2 - 6:30pm ET - Z Nation - Anastasia Baranova
  • INTERVIEW: Monday, 11/21 - 1:30pm ET - Van Helsing - Aleks Paunovich
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Exclusive: Pisay Pao Talks Z Nation Season 2, Premiering Tomorrow on Syfy

Pisay PaoTomorrow, the series Z Nation returns to Syfy for its second season. The series takes place in a virus-caused zombie apocalypse and follows a group of survivors as they transport Murphy (Keith Allan), the only survivor of a zombie bite who did not turn, to a lab in California to try to save the human race.

In preparation, actress Pisay Pao, who stars as Cassandra, a member of the group transporting Murphy, recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the series.

At the end of the first season, much of the group was separated. According to Pao, howevever, fans won't have to wait long before finding out where the characters are headed. "We really hit the ground running, and even though the group is separated at the end of episode thirteen...you're not going to have to wait long to figure out who's with who, you know, if they have found each other, and who has found each other, and where are they headed at this point. I think all of those questions get answered right away within the first two episodes."

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Michael Emerson & Greg Plageman on Person of Interest Joining WGN's Schedule

Person of InterestTonight, as part of WGN’s new “Prime Crime” lineup, the network starts airing back-to-back episodes of the hit CBS series Person of Interest as part of its binge-worthy 100 episode event. The series, along with Elementary and Blue Bloods, will give fans the opportunity to watch their favorite series from the beginning.

Yesterday, star Michael Emerson and executive producer/writer Greg Plageman talked to the media about the event.

First, the two talked to SciFi Vision about whether or not they would be satisfied with the story if next season is the last. According to Plageman, “I don’t know if I speak for Michael in that regard, but as a writer here from the very beginning with [Johnathan], one thing we felt very adamant about was that we would be able to tell a complete story on the show.

“This has always been a show where, you know, every season finale felt like it could have been a series finale. And this year will be no different.”

Emerson agreed, “I feel the same way. I feel like we kind of wrap things up every season. And so I think we’ll kind of continue in that same vein, maybe with a hint more finale feeling. But at the same time, I think probably the writers are going to leave it a little bit ambiguous, because we don’t know if it’s the end of POI as we know it or not. So we kind of have to juggle that.”

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Stars O'Neil, Mallari, Jr., Ferland, Cross & EP Mallozzi Talk Dark Matter Season Finale

Dark MatterSeason one of Syfy’s space drama, Dark Matter, comes to a close tonight in two back-to-back episodes. In preparation, stars Melissa O’Neil, Alex Mallari, Jr., Jodelle Ferland, and Roger Cross, as well as executive producer Joe Mallozzi, talked to the digital media earlier in the week.

Ferland talked to SciFi Vision about Five’s growth throughout the season. “I loved being able to show the differences in Five’s character throughout the series, because at first, I think people really underestimate her. She is the little one; she looks like she’s just a kid in the group that doesn’t really fit in. It’s very clear that she stands out, you know? I mean, not only does she have the colorful hair and the quirky clothing, but she’s just different.

"She doesn’t seem like the tough crew like everybody else, but throughout the series, you get to see that she has a lot of skills, and she has quite a lot to contribute to the crew that you might not realize she had in the beginning, and she gets much stronger, and she really puts herself out there and shows that she belongs there.”

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Jeannie Mai Hosts Steampunk'd, Premiering Tonight on GSN

Jeannie MaiTonight, Game Show Network premieres its newest skill-based competition series, Steampunk'd. The series follows ten contestants, or "makers," who use steampunk design esthetics to fulfill challenges. They combine objects from the past and present to create retro-futuristic room designs as well as fashion and technology to fill the "steampunk'd" manor, and try to win the grand prize of $100,000.

The series is hosted by Jeannie Mai, host of the daytime talk show The Real.

Recently the television personality talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the new series.

Most similar genre competitions on television today seem to focus on just fashion or makeup. Steampunk'd features room design as well. It's much more than just that, according to Mai. "Even more than that to take it a step further, it's not even just about furniture and homes, but it's basically about design and imagination and creativity; that's what it's about. Steampunk is really about the ability to illustrate whatever it is that's going on in your imagination that defines what steampunk is. And all of these makers come bringing it. I mean, they don't mess around, and they all have their own definition of it, and it gets really heated."

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Corey Stoll Talks Season Two of The Strain

Corey StollSeason two of The Strain follows Ephraim Goodweather, played by Corey Stoll, who along with his son and small group of survivors, fight against the strigoi and to stop the vampire virus that’s ravaged through New York. Working with fellow CDC scientist Nora Martinez (Mia Maestro), while they couldn’t create a cure as the infected are already dead, they were able to create another virus that will kill vampires, but not before they spread the disease to the other infected. In the most recent episode, Eph, with a fake I.D., made his way to Washington D.C. in the hope of finding someone who will listen and can help him to try to stop The Master and his strigoi.

Recently Stoll talked to the digital media about playing Eph and his work on the series.

The actor talked to SciFi Vision about working with special effects makeup on the series. “This season there were a few things; in the beginning in the first season, there was like a couple bashed in heads and the autopsy. In this season there seems to be a little bit of, at least from my feelings, this is my exposure to it, a little bit of a break from that.

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Exclusive: Anthony Lemke on Playing Three in Syfy's Dark Matter

Anthony LemkeTonight Syfy airs an all-new episode of its series Dark Matter. The series, based on the graphic novel by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, who also serve as executive producers on the series, follows the crew of a derelict spacecraft, the Raza, who have awakened from stasis with no memory of who they are or how they got on board. The six crew members have started to unravel their pasts, which include learning they were all criminals, but much is still a mystery to them as they continue to move ahead to a future of their choosing.

Recently star Anthony Lemke, who plays Three, talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about who his character really is and what fans can expect from the rest of the season.

Shooting the show itself was easier than most projects, because a lot of the cast and crew had already worked together before. "I would say that it was an easy shoot in a lot of ways. The folks who we were shooting with, a lot of them had shot together for five years on Lost Girl, and so we benefitted from that sort of family aspect.

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Miguel Gomez Talks the Strain

Miguel GomezFX’s The Strain, which is based on the series of novels written by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, follows a group of CDC agents as they try to stop a vampiric plague destroying New York. Miguel Gomez stars as Augustin “Gus” Elizade, an ex-con who took a job transporting a van to Manhattan that unbeknownst to him contained the body of The Master (Robert Maillet), which eventually led to the spread of the virus that has infected so many.

Gus was later kidnapped by Vaun (Stephen McHattie), the leader of a group of ancient strigoi intent on killing The Master, who taught him new ways to kill vampires, before he and the group were recently killed by Eldritch Palmer (Jonathan Hyde).

Yesterday Gomez talked to the media about his work on the series, which airs Sundays on FX.

The actor talked to SciFi Vision about how he first became involved with The Strain. “I went in and I met with the beautiful, amazing April Webster, and just talked about the character and what they were looking for. Then I ended up meeting with Carlton Cuse and he was giving me the direction of where they wanted to go with the character, and, yes, everything just fit.”

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Taylor Spreitler on The Series Finale of Melissa & Joey

Taylor SpreitlerABC Family's Melissa & Joey is a sitcom that follows Mel (Melissa Joan Hart), a politician who ends up taking care of her neice and nephew after her sister goes to prison and her brother-in-law takes off. She is helped by Joe (Joseph Lawrence), the family's manny.

Taylor Spreitler stars as Lennox Scanlon, Mel's neice.

The actress talked to the media earlier in the week about her work on the show and the series finale which airs tomorrow night on ABC Family.

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Samantha Mathis on playing Councilwoman Faraldo on The Strain

Samantha MathisRecently actress Samantha Mathis joined the cast of the FX series The Strain. Mathis plays the role of Councilwoman Justine Faraldo, a Staten Island born politician, who after losing her firefighter husband in the World Trade Center attacks, is not about to lose the city to the strigoi just because the government isn’t taking care of the problem. She may be unorthodox, but she is able to make Staten Island plague-free and keep the vampires out. Her power will only continue to grow.

Yesterday Mathis talked to the media about her character and her time working on the series.

The actress talked to SciFi Vision about the idea of using real-life politicians for inspiration. "I had a very brief conversation when I was brought on to play Justine. I mean I watched some footage of Geraldine Ferraro. I really tried to draw from what Staten Island is like today and looked at footage from some council people from Staten Island. I live in New York City, so there’s no shortage of access to that. In fact, our NY1 news station on Time Warner is incredible in terms of covering Staten Island news.

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Exclusive: David Huntsberger Talks Reactor, Premiering Tonight on Syfy

David HuntsbergerTonight Syfy premieres its new weekly series Reactor. Hosted by comedian David Huntsberger, the series will take a humorous look at what's new in science fiction and other parts of pop culture through the use of clips, trailers, sketches, mashups, and celebrity guest appearances.

As the series is being shot weekly in front of a live audience, not a lot about the show is known yet; however, Syfy has released a few of Huntsberger's quick "discount blockbuster" and "first impressions" sketches to get an idea of the feel of the show.

In preparation for the premiere, Huntsberger recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview.

First, Huntsberger talked about how the series came to be and how he became involved. "Brad Stevens and Boyd Vico are the creators and showrunners and they had [worked on] The Soup and then they did Web Soup as well. So that similar kind of format they brought over to Syfy, and then I was just brought in. I went through the whole audition process and that whole thing, and then they came out and talked to me, and I met with them, and we all jived pretty well together. So that's how I got in the mix."

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