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Exclusive Interview: STARGATE UNIVERSE actor Brian J. Smith talks the end of the Syfy series (and the wrap-up movie rumor)

Brian J. Smith in STARGATE UNIVERSE - Season 2 - "Resurgence" | ©2011 Syfy

STARGATE UNIVERSE concludes its two-season run tonight at 9 PM on the Syfy Channel. With U.S. military and Earth civilians co-existing uneasily on an alien vessel called Destiny, trying to find their way back to our solar system, SGU was markedly darker than its predecessors, STARGATE: SG-1 and STARGATE: ATLANTIS. Series regular Brian J. Smith, who plays series regular Lt. Matthew Scott, will be seen this summer on the Syfy telefilm/pilot/videogame adaptation RED FACTION: ORIGINS (stay tuned for that interview). Here, the Texas-born actor talks with ASSIGNMENT X about his time aboard the Destiny. ASSIGNMENT X: At what point did […]Read On »


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THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT: Actors Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen talk the new STAR WARS series – Interviews

THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT Key Art - Boba Fett | ©2022 Disney+/StarWars

THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT is the newest live-action series entry in the STAR WARS franchise. New episodes of the seven-part first season debut weekly on Disney+. Boba Fett, as all STAR WARS aficionados know, is the enigmatic, helmeted bounty hunter (originally played by the late Jeremy Bulloch) who captured Han Solo in THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, and then was apparently killed by a Sarlacc in THE RETURN OF THE JEDI. In THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT, created by Disney+ by Jon Favreau (who co-created Disney+’s other live-action STAR WARS series, THE MANDALORIAN), we learn how Boba Fett, now played […]Read On »


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STAR TREK: Actor Connor Trinneer on the franchise’s 55th birthday – Exclusive Interview

CONNOR TRINEER | photo courtesy Connor Trineer

STAR TREK is celebrating its fifty-fifth birthday this year. To celebrate, Creation Entertainment – which itself is turning fifty – is throwing a five-day convention at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, August 11-15. There will be over one hundred guests, including William Shatner, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Jeri Ryan, Kelsey Grammer, Shohreh Agdashloo, and Brent Spiner. There will be COVID protocols in place; for further details, go to creationent.com. Among the panelists is Connor Trinneer, who played Commander Charles “Trip” Tucker for four seasons, 2001-2005, on STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE. Since then, the actor from Washington State has had arcs […]Read On »


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ALMOST PARADISE: Writer Kerry Glover on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Christian Kane in ALMOST PARADISE - Season 1 | ©2020 Electric Entertainment/WGN America

ALMOST PARADISE, Monday nights on WGN America and thereafter available on Amazon, is the first American-made TV series to be shot entirely in the Philippines. Created by Dean Devlin and Gary Rosen, the series stars Christian Kane as former U.S. DEA agent Alex Walker. Alex has moved to the island of Cebu in search of a peaceful retirement, but his crime-stopping instincts keep involving him with the local police department, primarily detectives Kai Mendoza (Samantha Richelle) and Ernesto Alamares (Arthur Acun͂a). Kerry Glover scripted the ALMOST PARADISE episode “Unbecalming,” where the police station is taken over by criminals at the […]Read On »


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ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO: Co-showrunner Christopher Hollier chats Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO - Season 2 Key Art | ©2020 The CW

The CW’s ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO is now on Monday nights in its second season. In the first season, young medical researcher Liz Ortecho (Jeanine Mason) returned to her hometown of Roswell, New Mexico after years away to find out that her first love, Sheriff’s Department Deputy Max Evans (Nathan Parsons), his sister Isobel (Lily Cowles) and their brother Michael (Michael Vlamis) are all actually from another planet. Season 1 ended with Max sacrificing his life in order to resurrect Liz’s sister Rosa (Amber Midthunder). As ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO Season 2 begins, Liz and her sometimes boyfriend Dr. Kyle Valenti (Michael […]Read On »


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BAD SAMARITAN: Director Dean Devlin tackles new thriller starring David Tennant – Exclusive Interview

Director Dean Devlin on the set of BAD SAMARITAN | ©2018 Electric Entertainment

In BAD SAMARITAN, in theaters now, a nice guy making wrong choices finds himself tangling with a psychopath. Dean Devlin directed the script by Brandon Boyce, which introduces us to parking valets Sean (Robert Sheehan) and Derek (Carlito Olivero), who have found a much better income source than tips. Using the tech in the cars they handle, they burglarize the owners’ homes, then get the vehicles back before the people have finished their meals. One night, Cale Erendreich (David Tennant), who demonstrates that he’s a major jerk in the brief space of time it takes him to turn over his […]Read On »


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THE X-FILES: Mitch Pileggi chats Season 11 and reprising Skinner – Exclusive Interview

Mitch Pileggi as FBI Asst. Dir. Walter Skinner in THE X-FILES - Season 11 | ©2018 Fox/Frank Ockenfels

Twenty-five years after it began – and after two movies, five Golden Globe awards, and an historic impact on genre TV series – THE X-FILES is back on Fox Network for a ten-episode eleventh season on Wednesday nights. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back as FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, who investigate possibly paranormal and/or extraterrestrial events with varying degrees of belief and skepticism. Also back is Mitch Pileggi as their enigmatic boss, Walter Skinner, whose past gets examined in the February 7 episode, “Kitten.” Pileggi, a native of Portland, Oregon, has been with THE X-FILES […]Read On »


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HIGHLANDER: THE GATHERING – Exclusive Interview on the upcoming convention honoring the series

Adrian Paul in HIGHLANDER - THE TV SERIES

HIGHLANDER: THE SERIES, which ran in syndication from 1992 through 1998, is based on the HIGHLANDER film franchise. HIGHLANDER: THE SERIES followed the adventures of Immortal Scotsman Duncan MacLeod, played by Adrian Paul. Born in 1592 and surviving into the present, Duncan eventually befriended several other Immortals – protégé Richie Ryan (Stan Kirsch), on-again, off-again lover Amanda (Elizabeth Gracen) and the 4,000-year-old Methos (Peter Wingfield) – as well as mortal bar owner Joe Dawson (Jim Byrnes). While it’s not literally Immortal – yet, at least – HIGHLANDER: THE SERIES boasts one of the most loyal and enduring fandoms in pop […]Read On »


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LONGMIRE: Lou Diamond Phillips works the West – exclusive interview

Longmire | © 2016 Netflix

Lou Diamond Phillips shot to movie stardom playing real-life Fifties pop star Ritchie Valens in 1987’s LA BAMBA. Since then, he’s worked continuously in film (YOUNG GUNS, THE 33), stage (earning a Tony nomination for his portrayal of the King of Siam in the Broadway revival of THE KING AND I) and television (most recently, an arc on BLINDSPOT). For the past four years, Phillips has played Henry Standing Bear on LONGMIRE. Based on a series of novels by Craig Johnson, LONGMIRE is a contemporary Western procedural, centering on Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor), sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming. Henry is […]Read On »


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THE STRAIN: Kevin Durand on Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

Kevin Durand as Vasily Fet. in THE STRAIN - Season 2 | ©2015 FX/Robert Sebree

It’s a busy period in actor Kevin Durand’s life. On FX Network’s THE STRAIN, now in its second season Sundays at 10 PM, he plays Vasiliy Fet, a New York City exterminator who switches from rats to vampires during an apocalypse. On History Channel’s VIKINGS, the Ontario-born actor portrays Harbard, aka the Wanderer, who may or may not actually be a Norse god. He also stars in the just-released-on-home video horror film DARK WAS THE NIGHT, where he plays a harried small-town sheriff. Meanwhile, in real life, Durand is a new father. Durand’s previous credits include STARGATE: SG-1, DARK ANGEL, […]Read On »


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