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  • INTERVIEW: Tuesday, 10/10 - 2:30pm ET - Van Helsing - Aleks Paunovich
  • INTERVIEW: Thursday, 9/28 - 6:30pm ET - Channel Zero - Nick Antosca
  • INTERVIEW: Wednesday, 9/27 - 1:30pm ET - The Gifted - Amy Acker
Monica BreenWhen we first join Midnight, Texas, Manfred (François Arnaud), who can talk to ghosts, is trying to escape his past when his dead grandmother, Xylda (Joanne Camp), suggests that he go to Midnight. When he arrives, he quickly realizes that he isn't the only one with secrets.

The town is a safe haven to other supernaturals wanting to stay hidden from the world. Midnight, however, sits on a weakening veil between the living and Hell. The energy not only affects the Midnighters, but also attracts other evil forces.

When the fiancé of the local pawnshop owner, Bobo (Dylan Bruce), is murdered, Manfred decides to stay and use his abilities to help solve the murder, while they also all work to keep the police from learning their secrets.

Earlier in the year, as part of a press day, SciFi Vision visited the set of the series, which is based on a novel series by Charlaine Harris. While there, the site talked to the cast and crew, including Showrunner/Executive Producer Monica Breen.

Recently, Breen caught up with SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview to talk more about creating the show, the characters, and everything in between.

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Midnight, Texas MultimediaEpisodic photos from the first season episode of Midnight, Texas, "Sexy Beast," airing 8/14/17, after the jump.





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Dylan BruceNBC's Midnight, Texas, based on the book series by Charlaine Harris, centers around a town that sits on the veil between the living and Hell that's weakening. It has become a safe haven to the supernaturals living there.

When the fiancé of the local mortal Bobo Winthrop, played by Dylan Bruce, is murdered, the cops come to town and secrets are threatened to be exposed.

Earlier in the year when SciFi Vision attended a press day at the set in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Bruce sat down to talk to the journalists about the series.

Bruce talked to SciFi Vision about playing one of the few mortals on the show. “I think everyone in Midnight is very accepting; it’s a very accepting place. It’s almost like a refuge for people who are outsiders or people who are running from maybe a tragic or demons-in-the-closet kind of past.

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Wynonna EarpFollowing the review is a full recap of the episode.

"No Future in the Past" was my favorite episode of Wynonna Earp so far of the season. So much was going on, and so much was revealed.

At the beginning of the episode, I love that we get more insight into Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley)'s past with the flashbacks in the episode, especially because she's been trying to find out if she's really an Earp.

Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) seemed oblivious to what Waverly went through as a child, though I think that is only because she was a child herself, and also, she was in a very bad place back then and not really looking out for her sister. Thankfully that has changed.

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David Janollari and Monica BreenEarlier in the year, SciFi Vision attended a press day with other journalists at the Midnight, Texas set in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The series, which is based on the book series by Charlaine Harris, centers on a town that serves as a sanctuary to supernaturals.

When medium Manfred (François Arnaud) comes to town to escape his past, he learns that the town has its own secrets: it sits on a weakening veil between the living and Hell.

Showrunners Monica Breen and David Janollari talked to journalists about bringing the book series to life.

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Midnight, Texas MultimediaEpisodic photos from the first season episode of Midnight, Texas, "Lemuel, Unchained," airing 8/07/17, after the jump.





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Parisa Fitz-HenleyThe series Midnight, Texas, which is based on the book series by Charlaine Harris, is centered on a town that serves as a safe haven for supernaturals. They feel a draw to the town, as it sits on powerful energy where the veil between the living and Hell is very thin and is weakening.

Parisa Fitz-Henley plays the character of Fiji Cavanaugh, the local witch. She lives with Mr. Snuggly (voiced by Joe Smith), her cat and familiar. She also has a crush on the pawnshop owner, Bobo Winthrop (Dylan Bruce).

Earlier in the year, while on the set of Midnight, Texas, the actress talked to journalists about her character.

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Dark Matter MultimediaEpisodic photos from the third season episode of Dark Matter, "Isn't That a Paradox?," airing 7/28/17, after the jump.





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Killjoys MultimediaEpisodic photos from the third season episode of Killjoys, "Necropolis Now," airing 8/04/17, after the jump.






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