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Exclusive Interview with Anna Silk of Lost Girl
Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby

Anna SilkAnna Silk stars as Bo in the newly acquired Syfy series Lost Girl. Bo struggles as she learns why she is different – she is a Fae, a succubus to be exact, who feeds off of human sexual energy to survive. She must learn to control her hunger and stay safe as the two opposing clans, the Light Fae and the Dark Fae, try to force her to choose sides. She is helped by Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried), a detective and shape-shifter of the Light Fae, and Dr. Lauren Lewis (Zoie Palmer), a human, both who become one-third of Bo’s love triangle.

The actress recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision for an exclusive interview to talk about Lost Girl.

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By Lynn Tackitt

GrimmDavid Greenwalt and Jim Kouf have worked together for over 30 years and have had such hits as Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Angel, National Treasure, and Rush Hour, among others over their long careers. They have taken time out their schedule to have a very enlightening interview on their new show Grimm, airing on Friday nights.

David and Jim touched base on a little of the background of the show, without giving away too much, about things to come and the news of getting to do 22 episodes instead of 13.

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By Jamie Ruby

Ksenia Solo and Anna SilkLost Girl, which recently premiered on Syfy, is a supernatural drama that follows the life of Bo, played by Anna Silk, who after years of draining people finally learns that she is Fae, a succubus to be exact, and as such needs human sexual energy to survive. In the premiere, she rescues a girl, Kenzi, played by Ksenia Solo. Thankful, and previously alone, she befriends Bo and decides to help her in her quest to find out who she is and how to control her powers.

The two actresses recently talked to the digital press about the series, its move to Syfy, and being friends on set.

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By Jamie Ruby

Dichen LachmanDichen Lachman has appeared in several television series and movies in the past, but she is probably best known for her role of Sierra/Priya in the Joss Whedon series Dollhouse, in which she got to take on a multitude of characters.

This season Lachman joins the cast of the Syfy series Being Human, originally based on the British series of the same name. The actress plays the vampire Suren, who has been underground for 80 years, and is awoken to lead the Boston vampires.

Lachman recently talked to the digital press about her role and creating her character's voice, as well as some of what we can expect from Suren this season.

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By Lynn Tackitt

Megan ParkTelevision and movies for kids and pre-teens have changed over the years, some for the good and some not so good, as one would figure with the changing times. ABC Family has been putting out some very entertaining shows, and using the talented actors/actresses out of those shows have created some very entertaining movies. The latest movie that has aired is a new spin on Cinderella, A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song, where they modernize it a bit and add some more contemporary songs and dance numbers to the basic storyline.

Megan Park plays Beverly Van Ravensway, the stepsister to the new Cinderella type, Katie Gibbs. Megan has been in many films from horror to comedy and romance that she has been able to play a wide variety of characters. Megan talks a little about her music, the band that she helped form, her experiences and views on The Secret Life Of An American Teenager, and her new movie A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song.

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By Lynn Tackitt

Allie GoninoABC Family is having quite the run with the drama suspense shows, and The Lying Game doesn't disappoint. Although the show revolves around the storyline of the twins and the life style switcheroo they do, they are developing the other characters along rather nicely. As they weave the storylines along with all characters, you soon find yourself wanting to see what is going on with the others and not just the sisters.

SciFi Vision participated in an interview with Allie Gonino, who plays Laurel Mercer, sister to Sutton.

Allie shed some light on what it is like to film with her fellow costars, and gave just enough of a "peek" into future episodes, but not giving away too much, so that if you follow the show, you will be anticipating every episode over the next few weeks.

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SYFY'S 'POWERFUL MONDAYS' RETURN WITH POWERHOUSE PREMIERES OF BEING HUMAN AND LOST GIRL

BEING HUMAN RISES 14 PERCENT IN ADULTS 25-54 AND EIGHT PERCENT AMONG ADULTS 18-49 COMPARED TO SEASON ONE PREMIERE

LOST GIRL GRABS NEARLY 1.5 MILLION TOTAL VIEWERS

NEW YORK – January 17, 2012 – Syfy continued its red-hot January with the premieres of Being Human and Lost Girl, marking the return of the channel's "Powerful Mondays" (Monday night 9-11PM) programming block.

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By Jamie Ruby

SouthlandTonight, Southland returns to TNT for its fourth season.

Having not seen Southland before I didn't know what to expect. I was surprised by the format, as it does not follow the usual procedural drama model. While it's obvious the show has an overall story line with the characters, there wasn't much of an overall plot line for the episode. The episode was comprised of multiple short segments with each group of cops. It reminded me of what you would expect to see on a show like Cops. That is not to say that the format doesn't work for the show; it does. It gives it more of a realistic and gritty feeling, and with everything going on throughout the episode it seems to be more of an action driven drama as opposed to focussing more on the characters. Doing that makes this series unique. It focuses more on external then internal, which again adds to the show's authenticity in a way, but it also focusses more on the everyday lives and interactions of the policemen as opposed to things like the motivation of the criminals or details of the crimes.

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By Jamie Ruby

Being HumanPowerful Mondays return to Syfy Monday with the premiere of season two of Being Human. The series follows three twenty-something roomates trying to be normal - a vampire, Aidan, played by Sam Witwer (Battlestar Galactica; Smallville), a werewolf, Josh, played by Sam Huntington (Superman Returns; Cavemen), and a ghost, Sally, played by Meaghan Rath(15/Love; Cyberbully). This season the series will take on a darker tone as it deals with the characters trying to resist their own temptations.

The show picks up where the last episode left off, with Aidan left to rule the leaderless group of Boston vampires. He will have to resist his instincts as he is temped by a woman from his past. Josh is still unaware that he scratched Nora as they await the full moon. Meanwhile Sally must deal with the consequences of having missed her door and will be tempted by newly discovered powers.

Witwer, Huntington, and Rath, talked to the digital media about what to expect in season two.

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By Jamie Ruby

Lost GirlPowerful Mondays return to Syfy next week, and with it comes the premiere of their newly acquired series, Lost Girl. The series follows the character Bo, played by Anna Silk, who discovers that she is not human, but Fae - a succubus. As such she must feed on sexual energy to survive. With the help of Dr. Laura Lewis, played by Zoie Palmer, she will try to learn to survive without killing. She is also joined by Detective Dyson, played by Kris Holden-Ried, a shape-shifter, and the third part of the love triangle on the series. He is also a member of the Light Fae, one of the two clans (the other is Dark Fae) who want Bo to choose a side.

The three joined the digital press to discuss the series.

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