• INTERVIEW: Friday, 7/14 - 5:00pm ET - Midnight, Texas - Monica Breen
  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 8/1 - 9:30pm ET - Wynonna Earp - Tim Rozon
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 8/3 - 4:00pm ET - Midnight, Texas - Peter Mensah
  • INTERVIEW: Friday, 7/4 - 6:00pm ET - Midnight, Texas - Parisa Fitz-Henley

Trent Harmon is Crowned Winner of American Idol

TrentLast week the popular competition series American Idol came to an end after fifteen seasons. After the final vote, the winner was chosen: Trent Harmon. The singer recently sat down with the media to talk about his time on Idol and his future.

Harmon talked to SciFi Vision about what kind of album he sees himself making. “I sing blue-eyed soul. I talked it over with Mr. Scott, and he said Justin Timberlake is thinking about making a country album. So, define country in 2016. I think it could be whatever you want it to be, so we’re going to try to make an album that country supporters would pick up. Country supporters, they go to shows; they go to festivals; they buy CDs; they download stuff. If you can make it in country, you can have a career.”

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La'Porsha Renae & Dalton Rapattoni Take 2nd & 3rd on American Idol

La'Porsha and DaltonLast week the phenomena of American Idol came to a close on FOX. The top three were cut down to two, as Dalton Rapattoni took third, and La'Porsha Renae and Trent Harmon went on to battle for the title. After the final vote, Renae took second. The two runners-up recently talked to the media about their journeys.

This season, as they brought back a lot of contestants from the previous years of Idol, the contestants did not get to sing with a lot of icons outside of the show. The two singers first talked to SciFi Vision about who they would have liked to have sung with on stage if they had the chance.

According to Rapattoni, “I would’ve loved to do a song with Childish Gambino. That would’ve been dope.”

Renae had a hard time choosing. “I really don’t know because it would probably be someone from back in the day, one of those soulful singers.” She did, however, say that she would have liked to have sung with Carrie Underwood out of the past American Idol contestants.

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Comic Creator Smith, Showrunner Andras, & Stars Scrofano, Provost-Chalkley, & Rozon Talk Wynonna Earp

Wynonna EarpLast week, Syfy premiered its new series, Wynonna Earp, based on the comic series by Beau Smith. The show follows bad-ass demon-fighting Wynonna Earp (Melanie Scrofano), as she tries to stop the Revenants, who are resurrected criminals previously killed by her ancestor Wyatt. She is helped by her sister Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley), her new boss Agent Dolls (Shamier Anderson), and Wyatt's immortal best friend Doc Holliday (Tim Rozon).

Comic creator Smith, showrunner Emily Andras, along with stars Scrofano, Provost-Chalkley, and Rozon, recently talked to the media about the new series.

First, the showrunner and comic creator talked about adapting Wynonna Earp to a television series.

According to Smith, “This marks 20 years that Wynonna Earp’s been a publication, and when we knew that this was actually going to be a television series, my decision was, this is great, put me in contact with as much stuff as possible, and what I'll do with the new series is make this a hybrid of the television series and what people traditionally have with the comic book series.

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Empire's Ilene Chaiken: Lucious' Backstory Has "Huge Consequences"

Empire showrunner Ilene ChaikenEmpire returns this week right where it left off last December - Camilla is back, Lucious is off the board, and Rhonda lies unconscious at the bottom of that big staircase. In anticipation of the spring premiere, showrunner Ilene Chaiken took some time to tease journalists about what we can expect in the back half of the season.

“The eight episodes that begin on March 30th are much more about the family,” she explained, and that means “far fewer” guest stars.  “The guest stars that are in those episodes are there to serve the stories and are driven by the stories. Every single person that appears on the show is on the show because we’re telling a story.”

On the other hand, fewer guests mean more screen time for Lucious! And while Chaiken maintains that she doesn’t have a favorite character, she admitted that “the story that I’m most excited about in the latter half of this season or the character whom I’ve most enjoyed is Lucious.

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Exclusive: Josh Holloway Talks Colony and What's Next in Season 2

Josh HollowaySet in the future, Colony focuses on a family living in an occupied Los Angeles, where for those who don't collaborate, there is harsh punishment. When the father, Will (Josh Holloway), is offered a job working for the occupational government, he reluctantly accepts it, believing it may help them find their son, who they were separated from during the initial invasion. However, his wife, Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies), has been secretly working for the Resistance.

Everything culminates in the season finale, in which the Los Angeles bloc is placed on lockdown after the Resistance takes one of the hosts of the occupation hostage.

Holloway, who is probably best known for his role as Sawyer on Lost, recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work
on the series and what may be in store for season two.

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Exclusive: Eddie McClintock Talks Supergirl, Shooter, and More

Eddie McClintockActor Eddie McClintock is most known for his role as Pete Lattimer on Syfy's Warehouse 13. However, recently, he's also appeared on such television series as Castle and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Tonight McClintock appears on CBS in an all-new episode of Supergirl.

The actor recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on Supergirl, his upcoming role on Shooter, and his film A Fish Story, which now available to purchase.

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Exclusive: Emma Ishta & Kyle Harris Talk Camsten & More for Stitchers Season 2

Emma Ishta and Kyle HarrisOn Tuesday, March 22nd, Stitchers returns for it's second season on Freeform, the new name for ABC Family. The series follows a secret government program where they "stitch," someone into the memories of the recently deceased. Having had devastating consequences in the past, they recruit grad student Kirsten Clark, who has temporal dysplasia, which means she doesn't perceive the passage of time and doesn't process emotions, which makes her the perfect candidate. When Kirsten is stitched, she is able to use the memories of the dead to help solve mysteries and murders.

Other members of the team include neuroscientist Cameron Goodkin (Kyle Harris), who guides the stitches, communications technician Linus Ahluwalia (Ritesh Rajan), Kirsten's friend Camille Engelson (Allison Scagliotti), who also works for the program, and head of the department, Maggie Baptiste (Salli Richardson-Whitfield).

At the end of season one, Cameron had stopped his heart so that Kirsten could stitch into his memories to learn the identity of Detective Fisher (Damon Dayoub)'s shooter. On the season premiere on Tuesday, after Kirsten successfully brings Cameron back, she has the unexpected side effect of her temporal dysplasia being gone, and her emotions come flooding back.

Stars Ishta and Harris talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision earlier in the week for an exclusive interview about what's coming up in season two.

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Star Sarah Callies Talks Colony

Sarah Wayne CalliesSet in the near future, Colony centers around a family living in an occupied Los Angeles. During the invasion they were separated from their son. When Will (Josh Holloway) is asked to work with the occupational government, he realizes it offers a chance to get his son back and reluctantly agrees. Meanwhile, his wife, Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies), has been secretly working for the Resistance.

On the last episode of Colony, Will finally confronted Katie about her actions, but she still refused to collaborate and went through with the Resistance's plans to capture one of the visitors arriving in Los Angeles.

On Thursday, in the season finale, the Los Angeles bloc is placed on lockdown in reaction to the visitor having been taken hostage.

Earlier in the week Callies, who is probably best known for her work on Prison Break and The Walking Dead, talked to the media about her work on the series.

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Ally Walker on Joining the Cast of Colony

Ally WalkerThis Thursday SciFi Vision had the pleasure of speaking with Ally Walker. Walker got her start on the soap opera Santa Barbara. Most notably Walker is known as Dr. Samantha Waters on Profiler. She also had a memorable run on Sons of Anarchy as Agent June Stahl. She can currently be seen as Helena on Colony.




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Exclusive: Anna Silk on Bo's Faemily and the End of Lost Girl

*SPOILERS* If you haven't seen tonight's episode, "Family Portrait," stop reading now.*

Anna SilkQuite a lot happened in the powerful Lost Girl episode, "Family Portrait," which aired tonight on Syfy. In the shocking ending, Bo, played by Anna Silk, lost both her mother and grandfather.

The actress recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview to talk about Bo's reactions to these losses and what's to come next on the series.


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