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Exclusive Video Interview: Quantum Leap’s Nanrisa Lee Heads to the Imaging Chamber

Nanrisa LeeIn tonight’s all-new episode of Quantum Leap, “Ben Song for the Defense,” when Ben (Raymond Lee) leaps into a public defender and needs help keeping an innocent teen out of prison for a murder he didn’t commit, it’s Jenn (Nanrisa Lee), not Addison (Caitlin Bassett), who helps him from the imaging chamber because of her legal expertise.

Earlier today, Lee spoke with SciFi Vision about filming the episode and and this surprising turn. The actress herself was surprised only a few episodes prior when she found out she would be assisting Ben on the leap. “They gave me a little bit of a heads up a couple episodes prior, but just in a really sort of vague like, ‘what do you think,’ way, and it was more centered around the credentials as to why I would go in. So, I thought, ‘Yeah, it's probably going to happen,’ but I didn't know in what capacity and then when I got the script…It was just really exciting. I think Romy Lore who wrote the episode did just such a great job, especially since we’d never met before, just sort of finding Jen's humor and her isms and really helping to build that dynamic between Jen and Ben, because you've not seen that before.” 

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Exclusive: Magnum P.I.'s Amy Hill

Amy HillMagnum P.I. has gone through many changes throughout the years, including a new station! However, one thing that remains consistent is the presence of actress Amy Hill, who plays Kumu on the show. Her role has been iconic since day one and she shows no signs of slowing down!

Kumu was in and out doing a lot of crazy stuff, fun, fun stuff, and some really meaningful things,” she said in a recent SciFi Vision interview. “There are a lot of little surprises that come along in the season.”

While she could not give anything away at the risk of revealing spoilers, Hill did say that playing Kumu has been nothing short of amazing. One of her favorite things was shooting the Uzi, which even led to her creating her own cartoon character in honor of the moment. It was something incredibly special for her and a moment that she will never forget.

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Exclusive Video Interview: School Spirits’ Macpherson, Ventura, Pichardo, & Wedell

Written by Jamie Ruby
Interview by Suzanne Lanoue

School SpiritsCreated by Nate and Megan Trinrud, School Spirits premieres today on Paramount Plus. The series follows Peyton List as teen Maddie, who finds herself stuck in the afterlife at her high school along with other students in limbo. Determined to discover the truth and solve the mystery of her disappearance, she observes her friends and discovers that she wasn’t as close to some of them as she thought and they may have secrets they are hiding.

The series also stars Spencer Macpherson, as her boyfriend, Xavier, Kristian Ventura and Kiara Pichardo as Maddie’s friends, Simon and Nicole, and Rainbow Wedell as classmate and cheerleader, Claire.

Flores, Pichardo, Macpherson, and Wedell recently spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the new series, now available to stream.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Quantum Leap’s Caitlin Bassett on Working with Brandon Routh, Filming on a Real Battleship, & More

Caitlin BassettTonight, NBC premieres the all-new episode of Quantum Leap entitled “S.O.S.” During the episode, Ben (Raymond Lee) leaps onto a naval battleship during war games in 1989. During the leap, Ben meets commanding officer XO Alexander Augustine (Brandon Routh) – Addison (Caitlin Bassett)’s father. Ben must not only contend with the XO but also with a rescue mission and their stubborn Captain (Alex Carter), all while being careful not to start a war.

Last week, SciFi Vision spoke with star Bassett where she talked about working with Routh on the episode, filming on a real battleship, how trust plays a role in the leaps, what guest star she’d love to see, and more, as well as teased what’s to come later in the season.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Deborah Pratt on Directing Quantum Leap, a Possible Feature Film for the Series, & More

Deborah PrattTonight, NBC premieres an all-new episode of Quantum Leap with “Family Style.” In the episode, Ben (Raymond Lee) leaps into the daughter of an Indian family who’s struggling to pay back a debt. With the help of Addison (Caitlin Bassett), he must work to stop their family restaurant from burning down, while also helping the mother of the family connect with her daughters. In doing so, it may even help him to heal. Meanwhile, Magic (Ernie Hudson) and Jenn (Nanrissa Lee) share with Ian (Mason Alexander) what they discovered about the leaper, who must come to terms with it.

Tonight’s episode was directed by Deborah Pratt, who is not only an executive producer on the series, but was co-creator, an executive producer, and head writer on the original Quantum Leap as well, having written twenty-five of the episodes. She was also the original voice of Ziggy. Recently, Pratt spoke with SciFi Vision about directing an episode of Quantum Leap season, which she has wanted to do since the original series and was finally able to achieve.

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Interview: Mayfair Witches’ Tongayi Chirisa, Jack Huston, & Harry Hamlin on the Season Finale

***The following contains major spoilers for 1.08***

Mayfair WitchesTonight, AMC aired the season one finale of Mayfair Witches. In the episode, Rowan (Alexandra Daddario) finally uncovers her role in the family prophecy as it comes to fruition. 

Tongayi Chirisa, who plays Ciprien Grieve, was surprised about where his character ended up. “I think that's the great thing about the writing is that a lot of things that you thought were supposed to go one way don't,” he told SciFi Vision during a recent round table. “It just opens up a can of so many other endless opportunities and questions that need to be asked, because there's a lot that's under the rug that needs to be exposed. So yeah, it left me gobsmacked, for sure.”

Jack Huston, who plays Lasher, was also surprised, and loved the outcome. “It's very sort of apropos to Anne Rice and her legacy by that sort of season finale,” said the actor. “We were like, ‘Oh, now we're really getting to the Anne Rice.’ That lady had one hell of an imagination, and our writers did a phenomenal job, sort of taking that from the page to the screen. I just really, I can't commend them greater for it.” 

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Exclusive Video Interview: Stars Nat Wolff, Brittany O’Grady, & Aimee Carrero Talk The Consultant

The ConsultantYesterday, all eight episodes of The Consultant, the darkly comedic thriller based on the novel by Bentley Little, premiered on Prime Video. When their boss at the app-based gaming company CompWare is suddenly gone, Regis Patoff (Christopher Waltz) shows up having been hired to be the new consultant. Suddenly the employees are experiencing demands and challenges that makes them question everything and fear for their lives. 

Brittany O’Grady, who stars as Elaine, thought the project was “a dream” and was excited about the prospect right away. “I wanted to do something that kind of reflected maybe the world that people in my life experienced, like my family, my husband,” she told SciFi Vision. “Everybody works in a job that they kind of deal with the emotions under the surface, but this is kind of like a topsy turvy version of it. I was…just really excited to work with such an incredible cast, knowing who [was] going to be a part of it. I mean, to be able to work with these incredible young actors…it just makes my job easy. Then, being able to work with a veteran like Christoph Waltz was awesome. Our creators were incredible, just everything.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Star Christoph Waltz, Showrunner Basgallop, & Director Shakman on Bringing The Consultant to Life

The ConsultantToday, the dark comedic thriller, The Consultant, based on the novel by Bentley Little of the same name, comes to Prime Video. With their old boss gone, Regis Patoff (Christopher Waltz) is hired at the app-based gaming company, “Compware,” as the new consultant. The series follows the employees adjusting to their new sinister boss and the challenges that they face which could be deadly. 

In the series, Waltz plays a fantastically creepy character, but the actor doesn’t look at him as good or evil. “I don't evaluate the darkness or lightness of a character,” Waltz told SciFi Vision during a recent interview. “I just read the script and find what I can do, because a good script makes the character readable through behavior, and that's what what I'm there for.”

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Exclusive: Madison Wolfe on Playing Tessa in Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches

Madison WolfeIn tonight’s all-new episode of Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches, things come to a head for Tessa (Madison Wolfe), who has been captured by Keith and the group, and Lasher (Jack Huston) is nowhere to be found. 

Recently, the actress spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the series. She had been familiar with Anne Rice from the beginning, as she’s from New Orleans, which she feels helped her connect to the character and the family. ‘[H]er novels are kind of legendary around here, super popular throughout the city,” Wolfe told the site. “So, I did know about her stories and the whole Anne Rice universe, as they call it. So, when I got the audition, I was super stoked. It was so cool working on a project that in a way I had grown up hearing about.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Sadie Laflamme-Snow Teases What’s to Come on The Way Home

The Way HomeIn Hallmark’s The Way Home, after teen Alice Dhawan (Sadie Laflamme-Snow) is expelled from school and her mother, Kat Landry (Chyler Leigh), loses her job, she uproots them to her estranged grandmother Del (Andie MacDowell)’s farm in Port Haven, Canada. After finding out that her father’s girlfriend has moved in with him, leaving her no place else to go, Alice runs off. She ends up at a pond on the family property, and angry, throws the bracelet that her father gave to her mother (which she regifted to her) into the water. Regretting it, she reaches for it and falls into the pond, only to be pulled out in 1999 by a teen girl she later finds out is her mother in the past.

The series takes place in both timelines as Alice befriends her mother in 1999 and learns more about why her family is fractured. 

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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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