SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY: Showrunner Gillian Horvath on the new series based on the Jaymin Eve novels – Exclusive interview – Part 3

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY - Season 1| ©2022 Peacock

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY, the animated series based on Jaymin Eve’s novels and produced by 41 Entertainment, is now streaming its entire first season on Peacock. In Part 3 of our exclusive interview with show runner Gillian Horvath, she talks about real-world analogies, what makes SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY distinctive in its take on a classic premise, and possibilities for Season 2. ASSIGNMENT X: How did you decide on doing sixteen half-hour episodes? GILLIAN HORVATH: It wound up being sixteen half-hours, but was originally conceived as eight hourlong episodes to cover the storyline. We pitched it to just a few places, and Peacock was on […]Read On »

COMMENTS (0)

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY: Showrunner Gillian Horvath on the animated magic series – Exclusive interview – Part 2

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY - Season 1| ©2022 Peacock

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY is now streaming the entirety of its first season on Peacock. Based on the bestselling novels by Jaymin Eve, the animated series produced by 41 Entertainment focuses on twin sisters Jessa and Mischa, as they navigate the magic-filled high school and a growing threat to the known world. In Part 2 of our exclusive interview, show runner Gillian Horvath talks about the differences between writing for animation and live action, magical ethnicities, and more. ASSIGNMENT X: Is SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY your first job writing for animation? GILLIAN HORVATH: I’ve done one or two freelance animation scripts before, but in […]Read On »

COMMENTS (0)

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY: Showrunner Gillian Horvath on the new Peacock animated series – Exclusive interview – Part 1

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY Key Art - Season 1 | ©2022 Peacock

SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY is a new animated series, based on the bestselling books by Jaymin Eve. The series, produced by 41 Entertainment, is now streaming its first season of sixteen half-hour episodes on Peacock. In SUPERNATURAL ACADEMY, twin sisters Jessa (voiced by Larissa Dias) and Mischa (voiced by Gigi Saul Guerrero) were separated shortly after their birth by their parents, Jonathon (voiced by Alessandro Juliani) and Lienda (voiced by Barbara Kottmeier) for reasons we learn during the show. Now sixteen, Jessa is enrolled in the Supernatural Academy in Stratford, happy about her wolf shifter powers and good friends with many of […]Read On »

COMMENTS (0)

ADRIAN PAUL: The HIGHLANDER star chats about Watchercon – Part 1 – Exclusive Interview

Actor Adrian Paul

The Sword Experience is the latest brain-and-body-child of Adrian Paul. Paul is an actor, podcaster and director who has earned a loyal, long-lived following from his six years starring as the Immortal Duncan MacLeod on TV’s HIGHLANDER: THE SERIES, plus its two film sequels. Paul, originally from England but now residing in the U.S., will be talking about HIGHLANDER at the virtual convention WATCHERCON this weekend, August 21-22. The event features over twenty-five guests from the HIGHLANDER-verse, including actor Jim Byrnes, Elizabeth Gracen, Alexandra Vandernoot, Anthony de Longis, and Valentine Pelka, executive producer and show runner David Abramowitz, writing staffers […]Read On »

COMMENTS (0)

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 »

COMMENTS (1)

Exclusive Interview: HELL ON WHEELS star Christopher Heyerdahl talks The Swede

Christopher Heyerdahl in HELL ON WHEELS - Season 2 | ©2012 AMC/Frank Ockenfels

HELL ON WHEELS is both the title and the setting of AMC’s drama, Sunday nights at 9 PM, about the muddy post-Civil War settlement where the first U.S. transcontinental railroad is being built in 1865. The place is full of crime, murder and desperate characters. One of the hardest-luck cases in this hard-luck environment is Christopher Heyerdahl’s character Thor Gunderson, known to all as “the Swede,” even though he’s really Norwegian. In Season 1, the Swede was head of security in the encampment, but in Season 2, he’s been demoted to collecting the bodies of the dead. Heyerdahl hails from British […]Read On »

COMMENTS (1)
Increase your website traffic with Attracta.com
bottom round