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Interview: Christopher Meloni, Dick Wolf, and Ilene Chaiken Talk Law and Order: Organized Crime

Law and Order: Organized CrimeAt the beginning of the month, NBC premiered the newest spinoff in the franchise, Law and Order: Organized Crime. Law and Order: Special Victims Unit served as a back door pilot for the series. Christopher Meloni returns to star as Elliot Stabler. After his wife is killed in a car bombing, Elliot return to the NYPD to battle organized crime as part of a task force working against powerful crime syndicates.

Recently, star Meloni, along with creator and executive producer Dick Wolf and executive producer and showrunner Ilene Chaiken, took part in a virtual press conference to talk about the series.

Be sure to check out the full transcript below and don’t forget to watch Law and Order: Organized Crime Thursdays on NBC.

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Video Interview: Joseph Lee Anderson and Matthew Willig Talk Young Rock

Young RockThe comedy series Young Rock, which is based on the life of professional wrestler and actor, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, follows him as he takes part in interviews while running for president in 2032. Each interview leads to a flash back episode of him growing up as a ten-year-old, a high school student, and a college student.

Joseph Lee Anderson plays the part of Dwayne’s father and professional wrestler, Rocky Johnson. Matthew Willig plays the role of wrestler André the Giant, who was always around Dwayne growing up.

Anderson and Willig recently talked to the press during a junket promoting the series about their preparation for their roles, using improvisation, and more.

Be sure to watch our part of the video interview below.

The actors talked to SciFi Vision about the preparationthat they needed for playing real people. Anderson said, “Prep wise, the look was a big thing. I gained about thirty pounds lifting, wanting to look as muscular and big as possible. I was watching a lot of his matches on YouTube. I got to have some really, really good talks with Dwayne, just trying to get whatever I could get my hands on as far as Rocky Johnson. Then, I had to remember that it's a comedy and to bring some of my own funny to it.”

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Video Interview: Stars Ryan Eggold and Jocko Sims Talk New Amsterdam

New AmsterdamThe NBC medical drama, New Amsterdam, which is now in its third season, is based on the novel Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital by Eric Manheimer. The series starts when the main character, Max Goodwin, played by Ryan Eggold, who is based on Manheimer himself, becomes the medical director of the New Amsterdam Medical Center and wants to change the way patients receive care. Jocko Sims plays the role of Dr. Floyd Reynolds, head of the Cardiac Surgical Department.

Eggold and Sims recently talked to journalists during a junket about working on the series, how they are inspired by their characters, and more.

Be sure to check out our portion of the video interview below.

The actors talked to SciFi Vision about what they learned from their characters that affected them or changed their lives the most.  Eggold told the site, “It’s a lot of things. I mean, this character is based off of Eric Mannheimer. [He] was a real guy who was a very altruistic, thoughtful guy, very human, very warm. [He] always wanted to be connected to his patients and his fellow doctors and things and, actually, sincerely wanted to create change, positive, forward change, which those people are so few and far between.

“So, to emulate someone like that just inspires you to want to be that way, to want to be more thoughtful, to want to listen and pay attention more, and to ask yourself, ‘How can I be less focused on myself and more focused on other folks and helping and things like that?’

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Video Interview: Muñoz, Scarfe, and Helfer Talk Van Helsing, Premiering 4/16

Van HelsingLast season on Van Helsing, after being brought to the Dark Realm, Jack (Nicole Muñoz) and Violet (Keeya King) were told by Dracula/the Dark One (Tricia Helfer) that she gave them the visions that led them there. She also told them that they were created as a means for escape for her and that they are not Vanessa’s biological daughters. Whether that is the truth has yet to be seen.

While Violet returns through the portal, the Dark One shapeshifts into Jack, leaving her somewhere locked in a coffin. The Dark One eventually kills the president and shapeshifts again to look like her, leaving in a helicopter with Violet unable to stop her.

Meanwhile, Axel (Jonathan Scarfe) and Julius (Aleks Paunovic) enter a field with orange powder where they are attacked by some new kind of super daywalker. The two are badly hurt and not healing because of the powder. They reach a locked building but pass out on the doorstep.

Muñoz, Helfer, and Scarfe talked to the press earlier in the week promoting the series, which returns for season five on Syfy on April 16th.

The actresses talked to SciFi Vision about how their characters’ relationship and interactions evolve this season. Muñoz teased, “I think we definitely get to know each other, maybe more than we would have wanted to this season, our characters…I do think that Jack gets some answers. Some she likes; some she definitely doesn't. It's kind of the feeling of the floor coming out under you, or the rug coming out under you.”

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Exclusive: Frank Harts Talks Prodigal Son, Returning Tonight to FOX

Frank HartsOn tonight’s all-new episode of Prodigal Son, Simon Hoxley (Alan Cumming), famous Europol profiler and author, comes to investigate a series of murders he believes to be related to Nicholas Endicott’s death, endangering to expose the Whitly’s secret. Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne) must work with his team at the NYPD, JT Tarmel, played by Frank Harts, and Dani Powell (Aurora Perrineau), under the leadership of Gil Arroyo (Lou Diamond Phillips), to find the serial murderer while also keeping the truth about Endicott hidden.

Yesterday, Harts talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work this season on Prodigal Son, his character dealing with racial profiling, the possibility of directing, and more.

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Fear the Walking Dead Sneak Peek & Teaser Videos: Things Left to Do - 6.09 - 4/18/21

Fear the Walking Dead MultimediaFear the Walking Dead Sneak Peek - 4/18/21
6.09 - "Things Left to Do"

Virginia (Colby Minifie) escalates her conflict with Morgan (Lennie James) to a new level. Don’t miss the next episode of Fear the Walking Dead Sunday, April 18 at 9/8c on AMC.

Below is a sneak peek from the sixth season episode of Fear the Walking Dead , "Things Left to Do." Fear the Walking Dead airs Sunday on AMC. Check it out after the jump.

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Exclusive Interview: Garret Dillahunt Talks Tonight's Game-Changing Fear the Walking Dead

Garett DillahuntTonight, the mid-season premiere of the hit series Fear the Walking Dead, premiered on AMC. At the end of last season, John Dorie, played by Garret Dillahunt, snuck away from Lawton after he couldn't prove to Virginia (Colby Minifie) that Janis (Holly Curran) did not kill Cameron (Noah Kyle), and she had her brutally killed. He left his wife, June, Jenna Elfman, behind and went to his cabin to be alone.

Tonight's episode, "The Door," was quite an important and memorable one for Dillahunt. Earlier in the week the actor talked to Jamie Ruby in an exclusive interview about the game-changing episode.

Read the full transcript below, but be sure to watch the episode first, as there are a bunch of really big spoilers. You've been warned!

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Interview: Alycia Debnam-Carey, Jenna Elfman, Alexa Nisenson, & Christine Evangelista Talk Fear the Walking Dead, Returning Tonight

Fear the Walking DeadTonight, Fear the Walking Dead returns to AMC with all-new episodes for the back half of season 6B.

At the end of last season, after June (Jenna Elfman) saved Virginia (Colby Minifie)’s life, she agreed to give her the hospital she was after. Meanwhile, Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey), Charlie (Alexa Nisenson), and Dakota (Zoe Colletti) headed off to Morgan (Lennie James)’s new safe place, while Sherry (Christine Evangelista) and the other members of the Outcasts readied to fight Virginia.

Debnam-Carey, Elfman, Nisenson, and Evangelista talked to members of the press earlier in the week about series.

Debnam-Carey talked to SciFI Vision about her strained relationship with Strand (Colman Domingo) and whether or not they can repair it. “She has such a unique relationship with him, because she's known him for so long. She also sees him for who he truly is, which was what he was before the apocalypse happened, which was essentially a con man. So, she knows those pieces about him, but she's also seen him grow and evolve and change and become her closest pseudo family member now in this situation. While things are bad right now, I think she always hopes that he'll come back around. I think the reason he pushed her away in the first place was because she is able to bring out that humanity in him, that optimism, that hope, that love that he rejects so vehemently about himself. So, I think she does have a sense of hope for that relationship going further, but I also think it's going to get a little bit worse before it gets better. And the start of 6B, you do see some of that friction continue to evolve.”

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Interview: Colman Domingo, Danay Garcia, & Colby Hollman Talk Fear the Walking Dead

Fear the Walking DeadTomorrow, AMC premieres the back half of season six of Fear the Walking Dead. At the end of last season, likely after sabotage from “The End is the Beginning” group, one of the wells exploded where Luciana (Danay Garcia) and Wes (Colby Hollman) were in Tank Town. Wes was injured from shrapnel and subsequently treated by June (Jenna Elfman), after being tortured by Virginia (Colby Minifie), who thought he might be to blame.

Meanwhile, Strand came looking for Dakota (Zoe Colletti) at the behest of her sister. When Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey) told Strand that Dakota was going with them, he told her that he wouldn’t be able to protect her and that she would dismantle what he was working towards. He then went to Virginia and told her what happened and that he was on her side. It’s hard to know whether he was telling her the truth or simply what she wanted to hear.

Earlier in the week, Domingo, Garcia, and Hollman took part in a junket with journalists to promote the return of the series where they teased about what’s to come in the back half of the season.

Domingo talked to SciFi Vision about problems that may arise between Strand and other characters now that Virginia has given him some power. “Strand has always been, I think, a Type A personality, who's sort of receded to B, because he was morally ambiguous. He didn't trust his instincts as much; he had them, but he was always challenged, so he sort of fell into being a B.

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Interview: Lennie James, Karen David, & Mo Collins Talk Fear the Walking Dead, Returning Tomorrow to AMC

Fear the Walking DeadSunday, the mid-season premiere of season six of Fear the Walking Dead premieres on AMC. When we last left the characters, back at Lawton, after June (Jenna Elfman) saved her life, Virginia (Colby Minifie) agreed to let her have the hospital she wanted, where she would have not only help from Sarah (Mo Collins), but also Wendell (Daryl Mitchell).

Meanwhile, Morgan (Lennie James) had killed the convoy in order to kidnap Virginia’s sister, Dakota (Zoe Margaret Colletti), to trade with Ginny for his friends’ freedom, but instead agreed to let Dakota come with them to the safe place he was making. Meanwhile, Ginny was keeping a pregnant Grace (Karen David) captive.

James, David, and Collins talked to journalists earlier in the week about the back half of the season and teased a bit about what fans can expect.

Morgan is against killing and considers all life precious, but sometimes he has to do things he doesn’t want to. Is he willing to continue to compromise his morals, and will he have to live with the consequences? James told SciFi Vision, “I genuinely don't think that Morgan is a man who compromises his morals. I think that there's a perception of Morgan that when he tries to live by his mantra of “all life is precious” and that he won't kill, that if he does kill, it seems as if he's going against his own moral compass, and he's not necessarily. He's saying all life is precious, and his motion of not wanting to kill is what he would prefer to do, that he will do anything within his power not to have to hurt someone in that particular way. But he knows he's capable of it, and he knows that sometimes it's necessary. I think his disagreements with the group and what happens based on his disagreements with the group is a large part of the story in 6B and going on, so I can't really comment too much about it. It's one of those where you're going to have to watch and see.”

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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!
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