Exclusive Video Interview: Executive Producers Tom Bernardo & Henrik Bastin Talk Bosch: Legacy Season 2

Bosch: LegacyBosch: Legacy, a continuation of the series Bosch, recently premiered on Amazon Freevee with all-new episodes for season two. The series follows Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver), a retired homicide detective now working as a private investigator, as well as his daughter, Maddie (Madison Lintz), a rookie patrol officer, and attorney Honey “Money” Chandler (Mimi Rodgers). At the end of the first season, Maddie was kidnapped by a masked assailant, and in the start of the season, her father pushes to find her before it’s too late. Meanwhile, events from Bosch and Chandler’s past come back to haunt them.

Recently, executive producers Tom Bernardo and Henrik Bastin spoke with SciFi Vision about what fans can expect in season two, including new character this season, how they balance pulling from the books versus adding story, filming a claustrophobic scene this season, and more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Wolf Like Me Creator Abe Forsythe Talks Season 2 & Beyond

***The following interview includes spoilers from the premiere episode of season two***

Wolf Like Me
Recently, Wolf Like Me returned to Peacock with all-new episodes of season two. In the second season, Mary (Isla Fisher) and Gary (Josh Gad) deal with the next big challenge in their relationship: pregnancy. As much as they want it to be normal, the question looms of, will the child be human or a wolf, and how long can they keep their secret from their loved ones? Also, Mary’s former college professor, Anton (Edgar Ramírez), comes to visit, dredging up secrets of her past, and what happened last season in the outback may not be over.

Recently, creator, writer, and director Abe Forsythe spoke with SciFi Vision in an exclusive video interview about what fans can expect in season two, including the affect the pregnancy will have on Mary and Gary’s relationship, the arrival of Anton, balancing the horror and comedy (and filming the opening sequence and other visuals), if the events of the outback last season come back around, where the series is headed after season two, and more.

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Exclusive: Jeff Astrof Talks Season Two of Shining Vale

Shining ValeTonight, Shining Vale returns for an all-new episode of season two. The series follows the Phelps, a dysfunctional family that has moved into a Victorian mansion in Connecticut hoping to escape their problems, only to find out that it might be haunted. In the second season, after her insurance runs out, Pat (Courtney Cox) is released from the psychiatric hospital and returns home to try to put her life and family back together, but nothing is the same. Her children don’t need her anymore, her husband (Greg Kinnear) doesn’t remember who she is, and her neighbor Ruth looks just like Rosemary (Mira Sorvino), the demon she believes possessed her in season one. Can Pat hold it together while unraveling more mysteries of the house’s dark past?

Recently, co-creator, showrunner, and writer, Jeff Astrof, spoke with SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about what fans can expect in season two, striking a balance with the unique tone of the show, how the children are affected by everything going on, and more.

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Exclusive: Anne Charrier & Romain Levi Tease What's to Come on The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon Finale

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonTonight, AMC airs the season one finale of the popular spinoff series, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon. In the episode, titled, “Coming Home,” Genet works to keep control and solidify her power, while Daryl continues on his quest to return to America.

Recently, Romain Levi, who plays Codron, and Anne Charrier, who plays Genet, spoke with SciFi Vision about what it’s been like working on the series, as well as teased what fans can expect in the finale.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Transplant Creator & Showrunner Joseph Kay Talks Relationships, New Character, & More

TransplantTonight, Transplant returns to NBC with all-new episodes of season two. In the season premiere, Bash (Hamza Haq)’s decisions dealing with a patient pit him against Dr. Neeta Devi (Rekha Sharma), the new Chief of Emergency Medicine. Meanwhile, Theo (Jim Watson) has trouble dealing with the aftermath of his helicopter crash, while Mags (Laurence Leboeuf) wants to help a patient who the system has failed.

Series creator and showrunner, Joseph Kay, recently spoke at length with SciFi Vision about what’s to come in season three, including Bash and Mags’ relationship, Novak (Gord Rand) and June (Ayisha Issa) butting heads, how the helicopter crash is affecting Thea’s work, Sharma’s new character, and much more.

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Exclusive: Louis Puech Scigliuzzi & Eriq Ebouaney Talk The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonTonight, AMC aired the penultimate episode of season one of the newest of the spinoff series, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon. In the episode, (Norman Reedus) and Laurent (Louis Puech Scigliuzzi) travel to the nest and Genet (Anne Charrier) moves forward with her plans. Flashbacks reveal how Daryl arrived in Paris, and Daryl connects with someone from home.

Louis Puech Scigliuzzi and Eriq Ebouaney (Fallou) recently spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the series, including their favorite scenes, what it was like meeting walkers, how the series has changed them, and much more.

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Exclusive: Executive Producer Chris Grismer Talks Season Two of Quantum Leap

Quantum LeapLast night, Quantum Leap returned to NBC for all-new episodes of season two. The series, which takes place thirty years after the original on which it was based, follows physicist Ben Song (Raymond Lee) as he “leaps” into different bodies in different time periods to right things that have gone wrong. At the end of last season, for the first time, Ben had leapt into the future, into the 2050s where it was nuclear winter and Project Quantum Leap had been shut down. With the help of the team, Ben was able to change that future and leapt once again, expecting to return to his fiancé Addison (Caitlin Bassett) and his own time, which is where season two picks up. However, instead of where and when he hopes, Ben leaps into 1978 and is unable to contact anyone from PQL and must move forward with the leap on his own. Eventually he is contacted by Ian (Mason Alexander Park)’s hologram who reveals to him that three years have passed and believing he was dead, PQL was shut down. 

Recently, SciFi Vision spoke with executive producer Chris Grismer about the new season, including the time jump, filming in Egypt for season two, and much more.

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Exclusive: The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon’s Hugo Bardin on Reedus Creating His Role & More

The Walking Dead: Daryl DixonTonight, an all-new episode of the spinoff of the popular franchise, The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon, premieres on AMC and AMC Plus. The episode features the French performer Hugo Bardin as the drag queen, Coco, in the nightclub the Demimonde. Known professionally as Paloma, the performer is known for winning the debut season of Drag Race France. Bardin recently spoke with SciFi Vision about his time on Daryl Dixon, including how Norman Reedus actually asked for him to be on the series!

Read the full transcript below, and be sure to tune in to the episode, tonight on AMC and AMC Plus.

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Exclusive: Director So Yong Kim on Filming Wilderness, Now on Prime Video

WildernessIn the psychological thriller Wilderness, based on the B.E. Jones’ novel, Liv (Jenna Coleman) is happy in her seemingly perfect marriage to Will (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), until she learns he’s betrayed her and is having an affair. Her heartbreak quickly turns to fury. To make amends, Will takes her on an American roadtrip she’s been dreaming about since she was a little girl, from the Grand Canyon, through Yosemite, and eventually to Las Vegas. For Will, it’s a chance to start over, but for Liv, it’s a place where accidents happen all the time. 

SciFi Vision recently spoke with director So Yong Kim about her time working on the series.

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Exclusive Video Interview: VFX Supervisor Erik Henry on Invasion’s New Warrior Aliens

Warning: this story contains spoilers for the most recent episode of Invasion (episode 204, “The Tunnel.”) Proceed with caution.

InvasionThe latest episode of Invasion turned our attention back to Jamila and the gang making their way to France via the tunnel under the English Channel. The last train to go in never came out and the military is blocking all traffic, so the kids decided to ditch the car and walk. What they found inside just might be a game changer, and not in a good way. Those spiky, spidery alien ground troops are no longer a problem, because they have been replaced by a faster, deadlier version!

SciFi Vision wanted to know more about the new threat, so we got together with Invasion’s Visual Effects Supervisor, Erik Henry. He’s one of the best in the business and has worked on some of the most visually striking films in recent memory, including Oscar winners The Abyss, Total Recall, and Batman Returns. In television, he won Emmy Awards for his work on Black Sails and the blockbuster miniseries John Adams. Henry is also busy; in addition to Invasion, he is the senior VFX Supervisor on Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and recently served on The Old Man and Westworld. We couldn’t wait to talk to him.

Henry began by explaining how and why the original invaders evolved, and what they have become.

The original spiked creature, he said, “is called the worker alien. The idea is that it was brought here to terraform the planet, and yes, while it is dangerous and kills, it's not until you get into season two that you find yourself face to face with what we'll call the warrior class, where they step it up a notch, and they're a lot scarier.”

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