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Advance Review: The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live - Rest in Peace

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who LiveIf you've never seen a stitch of The Walking Dead or aren't caught up to how Rick (Andrew Lincoln) or Michonne (Danai Gurira) departed the series, then here is a brief rundown before you dive into this new spinoff series The Ones Who Live:

After being blown off a bridge, Rick is literally taken from his home, his family, and lost for years. Then Michonne discovers he's still alive, and goes off to find him. This new tale is a search for love, for destiny. The Queen sets out to find her lost and fallen King, and bring him back. 

This, gentle readers, is indeed an epic love story, a modern, apocalyptic spin on a fairy tale. It will answer the question: can true love conquer and prevail? 

The musical score of this series, I feel, is the best The Walking Dead-verse has had to offer to date. The writing is both right, quick-paced, all while offering an intimate view of these characters and their new journey forward. Thematic and dark with smatterings of sunshine, it not only broadens the universe, but is of a caliber that could have meant itself to films. In short, this is cinema.

One of the things I loathe about reviews and online chatter are spoilers. I don’t know what other reviewers will say about what they saw, but I am gonna do my damndest to leave this spoiler free. More than that, what occurs in the first ten minutes, as a fan, as a Richonne shipper, as a Rick Grimes fan, left a hitch in my throat, a sting in my eye. Beauty, pain and sorrow. And I believe that you, audience members, deserve to experience that unfiltered. Untainted.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Quantum Leap’s Caitlin Bassett & Eliza Taylor on Their Relationship with Ben & More

***The following contains slight spoilers for tonight's episode***Quantum LeapNBC’s Quantum Leap takes place thirty years after the events of the original series when Dr. Sam Beckett vanished. The series follows Ben Song (Raymond Lee) who leaps into the bodies of people in the past and has been since unable to return to the present. Things became complicated for Ben this season when his fiancé and hologram, Addison (Caitlin Bassett) thought that he died. Years passed in reality, when for Ben it seemed like days. Addison moved on, falling in love with the man who got her through his death, Tom (Peter Gadiot), and Ben had a hard time accepting it. Then, Ben met Hannah (Eliza Taylor), a woman in the past that he shared a connection with, and they fell in love, the leaps pulling them together time and again, though each time years apart.

In tonight’s all-new episode, Addison broke up with Tom, but does that mean she’s once again destined to be with Ben, or will Ben continue his relationship through time, with Hannah never meeting the real Ben Song?

Yesterday, Bassett and Taylor spoke with SciFi Vision about their relationship with Ben and what could be in their characters’ futures, including if Addison accepting Tom’s proposal was in any way influenced by the appearance of Hannah and if she is ready to be with Ben again, what Hannah’s happy ending looks like to Taylor and what time period she would like to revisit with Hannah, what it’s like filming scenes when Hannah cannot see Addison, and more.

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Video Interview: Resident Alien’s Corey Reynolds Talks Investigations, Romance for Mike, & More

Resident AlienTomorrow night, season three of Syfy’s hit series Resident Alien premieres. The series follows alien Harry (Alan Tudyk), who in season three works with General McCallister (Linda Hamilton) to keep the earth safe from the Grey aliens, one of whom has taken up residence as the new deputy in Patience (Enver Gjokaj).

Meanwhile, Sheriff Mike (Corey Reynolds) and Deputy Liv (Elizabeth Bowen) continue to search for the truth in the Alien Tracker case.

Recently, Reynolds spoke with SciFi Vision about what could potentially happen if Mike and Liv did find out the truth that not only is Harry an alien, but a murderer. “I don’t know how Mike…would respond once he knows what's what, if he ever does learn what's what,” the actor told the site. “I think he's certainly aware at this phase that there's definitely some sort of conspiracy…However, connecting it to aliens in any way? No way. No, he just thinks that the government probably uses aliens as a great way to do things that the government doesn't want people to think the government's doing.”

The actor went on to say that the comic series is different in that the townspeople are aware of who Harry is and protect him, but he doesn’t know if Mike would accept him. “I don't know if that would be Mike's approach,” he continued. “I don't know if he'd want to be Harry's friend, or if he'd want to be featured on Dateline as the sheriff who brought down an alien. It would be what part of his ego does he want to serve the most.”

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The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live Premiere Held in LA on Wednesday

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who LiveThe Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live premiere took LA by storm - both literally and figuratively. Despite heavy rain and wind, the cast, crew and fans turned out en masse to celebrate the premiere of the eagerly anticipated series. On Wednesday, February 7th, about 100 very wet fans waited outside the Linnwood Dunn Theater with hopes of catching a glimpse of the cast from the spin-off of AMC’s flagship series, The Walking Dead and the possibility of being one of the first to view the long awaited return of Michonne and Rick Grimes.

The theater was decked out in shades of red and orange lighting, while the walls were plastered with beautiful shots of Michonne, played by Danai Gurira, and Rick Grimes, portrayed by Andrew Lincoln, as well as the mysterious CRM logo. Attendees were greeted with CRM themed water bottles, full-size posters, and an option to pose for a fire-themed digital photo. While the house was packed, it felt like an intimate gathering and drew Walking Dead alumni such as Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Khary Peyton and Lennie James, as well as former Walking Dead showrunner Angela Kang and long time executive producer Denise Huth. 

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Exclusive Video Interview: Transplant’s Rekha Sharma Talks Season Finale, How Battlestar Galactica Changed Her Life & More

Rekha SharmaThis season on Transplant, actress Rekha Sharma joined the cast as Dr. Neeta Devi, Bishop (John Hannah)’s replacement as the chief of the emergency department at York Memorial. Devi has changes in mind for the way the department is run, prioritizing a patient first approach to medicine, but changes can be hard, and not everyone is on board, her position often causing tension among the staff. In tonight’s all-new episode, the season finale, Devi must stand behind her choices and hope that she can get the back up from her superiors she needs.

Earlier in the week, SciFi Vision spoke with Sharma about her character, including some of the choices Devi’s made, what’s to come, and more, plus how working on the fan favorite Battlestar Galactica changed her life.

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Exclusive Video Interview: The Way Home Stars Chyler Leigh & Evan Williams Talk Season Two

The Way HomeTonight, a new episode of the multi-generational family drama The Way Home airs on Hallmark Channel. Last week found Kat (Chyler Leigh) separated from her daughter, Alice (Sadie LaFlamme-Snow), in a different time in the past, but it turns out to potentially be where her brother Jacob ended up all those years ago, so she is closer than ever. Meanwhile, Elliot (Evan Williams) continues to struggle both in the present and his past with how their time travel has, he feels, made his life fall apart.

Stars Leigh and Williams recently spoke with SciFi Vision about season two, including Kat’s journey to find Jacob, if mother and daughter being separated in time will cause a rift between them, Elliot pulling away and what that is doing to his relationship with both Kat and Alice, if an adult Elliot would choose to time travel if he could, and more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Stars of Belgravia: The Next Chapter Harriet Slater & Benjamin Wainwright

Belgravia: The Next ChapterBelgravia: The Next Chapter is a sequel to Julian Fellowes’ limited series Belgravia that takes place three decades later. The series stars Harriet Slater as Clara Dunn, who after her father dies marries Lord Frederick Trenchard, played by Ben Wainwright. The historical drama follows their marriage as well as the hardships they face. 

Slater and Wainwright recently spoke with SciFi Vision about their work on the series, including the ups and downs of the characters’ marriage, the costumes and sets of the period piece, laughing behind the scenes, struggling with riding fake horses, and much more. 

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Exclusive Video Interview: Mercedes Morris & Aason Nadjiwon on SkyMed Season 2 & More

SkymedSeason two of the Canadian medical drama SkyMed recently premiered on Paramount Plus. The series takes place in remote Northern Canada and follows a group of nurses and pilots who work for medical rescue. This season, Bodie (Aason Nadjiwon) struggles with balancing work while raising a child, while Lexi (Mercedes Morris)’s dream promotion doesn’t go as planned.

Morris and Nadjiwon recently spoke with SciFi Vision about season two, including how their characters are dealing with their challenges this season, their relationships, playing real pilots, filming with CGI snakes on a plane, and more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: The Way Home Star Sadie LaFlamme-Snow Talks Season 2

The Way HomeA new episode of the multi-generational family drama The Way Home airs tonight on Hallmark Channel. In the premiere episode last week, after Kat (Chyler Leigh) finds a painting from 1814 that looks just like her, proving she did time travel again, she and her daughter decide to take another trip through the pond, only to be separated, with Alice (Sadie LaFlamme-Snow) traveling back to 1999 and Kat being sent much further into the past.

Star LaFlamme-Snow recently spoke with SciFi Vision about season two, including why the pond might have separated mother and daughter, if that could drive a wedge between them again, logistics of filming the time travel scenes at the pond, how Alice is getting closer with Del (Andie MacDowell) this season, working with MacDowell, and more.

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Exclusive: Creator & Showrunner Rebecca Cutter on the Final Season of Hightown

 alt=The series Hightown, which premiered yesterday on Starz, follows Monica Raymund as Jackie Quiñones, a fishery service agent, as she ventures into the dark and corrupt underbelly of Cape Cod as she tries to find a missing woman. Meanwhile, Ray Abruzzo (James Badge Dale) and Alan Saintille (Dohn Norwood) work to take down the drug syndicates in the Cape, which attracts the attention of gangster Shane Frawley (Garret Dillahunt).

Recently, creator and showrunner Rebecca Cutter spoke with SciFi Vision about the final season of the series and what’s in store for fans this season, as well as how satisfied she was with the ending, what she’s learned as a first time showrunner on the series, and more.

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Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!

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