• INTERVIEW: Friday, 1/12 - 4:00pm ET - Shoot the Messenger - Lucas Bryant
  • INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 1/17 - 2:00pm ET - Siren - Ian Verdun
  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 1/23 - 6:15pm ET - Bellevue - Shawn Doyle
  • INTERVIEW: Monday, 2/05 - 12:00pm ET - Bellevue - Adrienne Mitchell
  • INTERVIEW: Friday, 2/16 - 3:15pm ET - Shoot the Messenger - Elyse Levesque
  • CONFERENCE: Thursday, 3/01 - 3:00pm ET - Showtime at the Apollo - Steve Harvey
By Jamie Ruby

Christmas SpecialsLast Christmas Syfy brought us two Christmas specials. This year three scripted shows will be airing special episodes in December for the holiday season, during the Countdown to Christmas week. The three standalone episodes will air December 6th, starting at 8pm.

A member of the casts of each of the series, including Colin Ferguson (Sheriff Jack Carter on Eureka), Emily Rose (Audrey Parker on Haven), and Eddie McClintock (Pete Lattimer on Warehouse 13), attended the Syfy Digital Press Tour in Orland, Florida last month. The three talked to the press about the special episodes.

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By Jamie Ruby

ChuckChris Fedak is the creator and executive producer of the popular action-comedy series Chuck on NBC. The series follows Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) as a computer nerd turned spy, when a database of government secrets and deadly fighting skills that was meant for someone else is downloaded into his head. Chuck is assisted by Colonel John Casey (Adam Baldwin) and CIA agent (and now wife) Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski).

This season everything has been turned on its head as the team no longer work for the CIA, but rather their own private security company Carmichael Industries. The "Intersect" has also now been downloaded into Chuck's best friend, Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez), so Chuck must learn to work with his own set of skills.

Fedak recently discussed the new season of Chuck with the digital media.

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By Jamie Ruby

Silas Weir MitchellGrimm is NBC's new drama that is inspired by the classic Grimm's Fairy Tales. The show follows Detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), who discovers he is a descendent of the "Grimms," who work to keep balance between humans and the mythological creatures that live among us that only they can see.

Burkhardt soon discovers Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), a reformed Blutbad, who ends up helping him with his cases.

Mitchell recently talked to the press about the new fantasy drama.

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By Alyssa Grillo and Jamie Ruby

Jason LeeJason Lee is probably best known for his role as Earl Hickey in the comedy series My Name is Earl. He more recently landed the leading role in the series Memphis Beat on TNT. Lee will also be reprising his role in the upcoming film Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked, due out next month.

Lee recently appeared on the NBC comedy Up All Night. He talked to the digital media to discuss this new project.

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By Karen Moul

GrimmOne of the bright spots on NBC’s fall lineup is Grimm, a supernatural police drama based on the classic Grimm’s fairy tales. The series is drawing steady-but-not-huge numbers, averaging more than 5 million viewers each week. Not bad for Fridays at 9 pm, a tough slot for a new genre series where it has to compete against cult favorites Supernatural and Fringe.

Grimm
stars David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt, a Portland cop who learns he’s descended from a long line of mythological crime fighters tasked with keeping marauding fairy tale villains in check. Nick’s partner, Hank Griffin (Lincoln Heights’ Russell Hornsby) is in the dark for now, but how long will Nick’s secret remain hidden?

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By Karen Moul

The Walking DeadI take back much of what I said last week. In “Bloodletting” I thought we were seeing another side of Shane, a side that was loyal and responsible and almost likeable. This week, I’m pretty sure that is the last time anyone will use those words to describe Shane.

But I don’t mind being wrong when we get an ending this delicious. The final scene was so shockingly great, most viewers didn’t even notice that almost nothing happened during the entire rest of the episode. Those last five minutes cemented Shane’s position as the most compelling character on the show. Yes, his actions were horrifying, but they raised a number of fascinating questions about morality and survival and to what extent the two are compatible.

Rick is the show’s moral center and always does the honorable thing; he’s constantly risking his life for others. He went back into Atlanta after Merle, he ran off after Sophia, and he gives away guns to everyone he meets. There’s no way he would do the things that Shane has done, even if it meant he would survive.

But while Rick sees the world as black and white, Shane is operating in a very grey area.

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By Jamie Ruby

Rage of the YetiRage of the Yeti, which premieres tonight on Syfy, follows a team of treasure hunters into the Arctic, where they are attacked and must battle ferocious snow beasts and survive.

The film stars David Chokachi (Baywatch) and Yancy Butler (Kick-Ass) and is directed by Syfy's own David Hewlett (Stargate Atlantis).

The three sat down recently with the media to discuss the film and what fans can expect.

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By Karen Moul

The Walking DeadWith thirteen episodes this season, the writers of The Walking Dead have the luxury of slowing down and developing the characters. Week two was another slow episode, but I think these early episodes devoted to character development will pay off down the road.

I love what they did with Shane this week. They’ve been building him up to be a villain almost as dangerous as the walkers. He left Rick for dead, slept with his wife, and tried to make Rick’s family his own. He even tried to rape Lori. He really has not been a good friend.

And suddenly, there is another side to Shane, a side that is likeable.

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By Lynn Tackitt

Fact or FakedWe have all heard of UFO's and possible alien abductions and ghosts and hauntings, but do we all believe them or do we wonder if someone is trying to pull the wool over our eyes? Would it even be possible to fool people regarding the out of the ordinary lives we live in?

In Syfy's show Fact or Faked, they deal with the reality of the claims of hauntings and UFO's on a more scientific scale. Taking myths and tales of modern lore and using scientific experiments to determine if there is any validity, or if they have been faked for entertainment purposes, they deliver a good show that often delivers more thought provoking questions than what you had when you started the show.

We joined in on an interview with Ben Hansen and Jael de Pardo who shared their adventures and the hopes for future shows.

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By Jamie Ruby

Ving RhamesIn the Syfy movie, Zombie Apocalypse, a plague has wiped out ninety percent of the human population. The film follows a group of survivors as they travel across the United States to try to find safe haven rumored on the island of Catalina. The leader of the group is Henry, played by Ving Rhames.

Rhames, who is most known for his work on films, such as Pulp Fiction, Dawn of the Dead, and the upcoming Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, recently sat down to talk to the digital media about the movie, which airs tomorrow night on Syfy.

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