Sam Witwer on Life as a Vampire in "Being Human"

By Jamie Ruby

Sam WitwerSyfy's newest scripted series, Being Human, follows the lives of Aidan, the vampire, played by Sam Witwer, a werewolf named Josh, played by Sam Huntington, and Sally, the ghost, played by Meaghan Rath, as they live together as roomates trying to retain their humanity.


Witwer's character was a Revolutionary War soldier, who, to spare his men, sacrificed himself to vampires. He struggles with his blood addiction and works to try to escape from under his mentor, Bishop's (played by Mark Pellegrino), control.

Sam Witwer has appeared in other television series in the past, such as the popular series Battlestar Galactica, Dexter, and Smallville, to name a few. He has appeared on film in movies such as The Mist and Gamer. He has also lended his voice to projects such as the television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and various video games, including the popular Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, and its sequel.

Witwer sat down with the media to discuss his new series and other projects.

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Mark Feuerstein, Star of "Royal Pains," Talks Season Two

By Jamie Ruby

Mark FeuersteinRoyal Pains, USA's hit original series which is currently in the second half of its second season, stars Mark Feuerstein as Dr. Hank Lawson. Lawson, after being blacklisted from the medical community, becomes a concierge doctor to the Hampton's rich and famous. He also treats the less fortunate at the local clinic. The show also stars Paulo Costanzo, Reshma Shetty, Jill Flint, and Henry Winkler.


Feuerstein first got his break on television as a recurring character on the soap opera Loving. He has continued his work in theater, film, and television. He made his Broadway debut in Alfred Uhry's The Last Night of Ballhoo.

On the silver screen, Feuerstein has appeared in movies such as Albert Brook's The Muse, which was his favorite role, What Women Want, and In Her Shoes.

On television Feuerstein has had starring roles in the series Fired Up, Conrad Bloom, Good Morning Miami, 3 lbs, and of course, Royal Pains. He has also appeared in series such as Caroline in the City, The West Wing, and The Hustler, for which he wrote, directed, and produced.

Feuerstein sat down with the digital media to discuss life and his work on Royal Pains.

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Hilarie Burton on "White Collar"

By Jamie Ruby

Hilarie BurtonWhen Hilarie Burton developed the acting bug, she moved to New York for school and to pursue her dream. Shortly after she was hired to be a VJ on MTV. It was after this that she got the role that she is probably most known for, that of Peyton Sawyer on he CW's One Tree Hill. During that time she also took on some movie roles such as Our Very Own, Solstice, and the Secret Life of Bees.


In 2010 Burton won the role of Sara Ellis on the hit USA original series, White Collar, the insurance investigator that often butts heads with con artist Neal Caffrey, played by Matt Bomer. The series revolves around Neal and his unlikely partnership with FBI agent Peter Burke, played by Tim DeKay. White Collar is presently in second half of the season two and airs every Tuesday at 10pm/9pm central.

Burton sat down to talk to the online media to answer questions about her life and her role on the show.

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Deborah Gibson & Tiffany Battle it Out on "Mega Python vs Gatoroid"

By AJ Grillo

"Mega Python Vs Gatoroid"On Saturday January 29th 80's pop icons Debbie Gibson and Tiffany worked together for the first time in the Syfy original movie Mega Python vs. Gatoroid. A fanatical animal rights advocate (Gibson) steals exotic snakes from pet stores and sets them free in the Florida Everglades. Here they grow to extremely large sizes. Seeing this as a threat to the Florida Everglades, a park ranger (Tiffany) injects the swamp's alligators with large amounts of steroids, increasing their size to battle the snakes. The end result is a battle for the ages. This was the second monster movie for both ladies as Gibson previously starred in Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus, while Tiffany starred in Mega Piranha.


At the tender age of sixteen Debbie Gibson was the youngest person ever to write, produce, and perform a number one single (Foolish Beat). Through the years Gibson has been a constant entertainer; when not making albums she's had a very successful theater run, starring in many of Broadway's top plays.

Tiffany performed on Star Search at the age of twelve before she was discovered. Like Gibson, Tiffany has been a constant performer. When not singing, she has been acting, doing many guest spots on TV shows.

Debbie Gibson and Tiffany sat down with the digital media to discuss their new project.

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Andrew Lenchewski & Michael Rauch on the Return of "Royal Pains"

Royal PainUSA Network's number one summer show Royal Pains returned for the winter mid-season premiere last Thursday. The series follows Dr. Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein), who after becoming blacklisted from the medical community becomes a concierge doctor in the Hamtons for the rich and famous. The show also stars Paulo Costanzo as Hank's brother Evan, Reshma Shetty as Divya, and Jill Flint as Jill.

The series is executive produced by Andrew Lenchewski, who also serves as creator on the show, and Michael Rauch. Both have written for the series as well.

Lenchewski and Rauch sat down with the digital media to talk about the return of the series.

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Sarah Shahi Talks Fairly Legal

Fairly LegalUSA's newest series, Fairly Legal premieres tonight at 10/9c. The original scripted centers on the character Kate Reed, played by Sarah Shahi (Life, The L Word), a frustrated litigator who became the ultimate anti-lawyer: a mediator. Reed uses her knowledge to solve people's problems to prevent them from going to trial. The series also stars Virginia Williams (Revenge of the Bridesmaids, How I Met Your Mother), as Kate's stepmother, and now boss because of Sarah's father's passing, as well as her soon-to-be ex-husband Justin, played by Michael Trucco (Battlestar Galactica, Castle). Baron Vaughn (The Other Guys, Law & Order) stars as Kate's assistant Leonardo.

Sarah Shahi sat down with the digital media last week to discuss her new series.

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Syfy's "Being Human" Showrunners & Stars Discuss the Series

Being HumanOn Monday, Syfy will debut its newest series, Being Human. The series is based on the British hit of the same name, but has been touted as a reimagining rather than a remake. The overall story is the same – the show features three twenty-something roommates – a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost. The story follows their lives as they struggle to retain their humanity.

The show stars Sam Witwer (Battlestar Galactica; Smallville) as Aidan, the vampire, Sam Huntington (Superman Returns; Fanboys) as Josh, the werewolf, and Meaghan Rath (Prom Wars; 18 to Life) as Sally, the ghost.

In anticipation of the premiere, executive producers Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke, who both also serve as writers on the show, as well as two of the show's stars, Huntington and Rath, sat down to discuss the new series.

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"Fairly Legal" Creator Michael Sardo Talks About USA Network's New Series

Fairly LegalFairly Legal, USA Network's new original series, will be premiering next Thursday, following the return of Royal Pains. The new series stars Sarah Shahi (Life; The L Word) as Kate Reed, a top litigator, who frustrated by injustice, decides to become an "anti-lawyer," as a mediator. She does whatever to takes to resolve conflicts before the cases go to trial. The series also stars Michael Trucoo (Battlestar Galactica; Castle) as Justin Patrick, Virginia Williams (Revenge of the Bridesmaids; How I Met Your Mother) as Lauren Reed, and Baron Vaughn (The Other Guys; Law & Order) as Leonardo Prince.

Michael Sardo, who has previously written for series such as The Tracey Ullman Show, Picket Fences, and Wings, and is the creator and executive producer of the show, sat down to talk to the digital media about the new series.

When coming up with the idea for the series, Sardo tends to approach his television pilots from a "feature writer's perspective in the sense of letting them find their own way." Part of his ideas came from having friends who were getting divorced. "All of them would start off very amicable, "You know we're just going to divide up the stuff; there's really no problem here." Then somehow or another in the process, once they got lawyers, it was war. Then I saw a couple friends go through divorces with a mediator, and they just talked it out and found a solution, little bumps along the road, but it was fine. I got interested in what was this thing, this mediation thing."

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Season 2 of White Collar Returns Next Week

White Collar: Matt Bomer & Time DeKayUSA Network's hit original series, White Collar, returns with all new episodes from season two next week. The mid-season cliffhanger ended with Mozzie (Willie Garson, Sex and the City) having been shot, and now Neal Caffrey, played by Matt Bomer (Chuck; Tru Calling), and Peter Burke, played by Tim DeKay (Tell Me You Love Me; Carnivàle) work to find the shooter and continue to look for answers about Kate's murder.

Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay sat down with the digital media to discuss the upcoming season of White Collar, which returns next Tuesday. The two actors have a great camaraderie on screen as well as off. This was very evident in the interview. DeKay joked that they "went to therapy once a week."

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NBC's The Cape Premieres Tomorrow

By Karen Moul

The CapeNBC is pulling out all the stops for its new series, The Cape, a crime drama with a comic book sensibility. Curious viewers have seen the promos and explored the show's website, which includes an online graphic novel and official message board. The marketing blitz reached a high point just before Christmas, when the show's creator and executive producer, Thomas Wheeler, made time for a Q&A session with digital journalists.

The show stars David Lyons (ER) as Vince Faraday, a good cop framed for crimes he did not commit. Presumed dead in an explosion, Faraday teams up with a gang of carnival workers who help him assume the persona of The Cape - his son's favorite comic book hero. Taking the law into his own hands, Faraday fights to defeat the criminal forces of Palm City and win back his wife, Dana (Jennifer Ferrin, Life on Mars) and son, Trip (Ryan Wynott, Flash Forward).

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