WonderCon 2011: V producer would bring back other 1980s V stars for Season 3

Morena Baccarin and Jane Badler in V - Season 2 | ©2011 ABC/Jeff Petry

In the two seasons V has been on the air on ABC, we’ve seen 1980s V stars Jane Badler and Marc Singer make significant appearances (with Singer potentially coming back for a major recurring role if Season 3 is picked up). The big question though is who else would Scott Rosenbaum (executive producer and V showrunner) like to bring back? “I would actually like to bring some of the actors back from [the original V series] if there is a Season 3,” Rosenbaum reveals. “I would definitely love to have Michael Ironside and I would love to have Robert Englund. […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: The scoop on what V Season 3 would be … if there is a Season 3

Morena Baccarin and Martin Cummins in V - Season 2 - "Devil in a Blue Dress" | ©2011 ABC/Sergei Bachlakov

While speaking to the press at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco today, we grilled V executive producer Scott Rosenbaum about whether or not there will be a third season of the cult ABC series. The answer was simple. “We do not know about a third season at this point,” Rosenbaum admits. However, if there is a V Season 3, Rosenbaum is excited by all the possibilities that the season 2 finale “Mother’s Day” left open. “I am most excited about it more than I have ever been, because [V] has gotten to a place at the end of this season, […]Read On »

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WonderCon 2011: V actor Marc Singer would love to be back for Season 3

Marc Singer in V - Season 2 - "Mother's Day" | ©2011 ABC/Jack Rowand

While speaking to the press at WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco today, actor Marc Singer spoke to us about his guest appearance on the V reboot in the Season 2 finale (he was a regular in the 1980s mini-series and series) and his desire to return for a bigger role if Season 3 is picked up. “You hope in a career you will be creating things like the BEASTMASTER and V, that they have an afterlife,” admits Singer. “And when they do, when the afterlife has this kind of structure and strength to it you sit at home and say […]Read On »

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TV Review: V – Season 2 – “Mother’s Day” – Season Finale

Marc Singer in V - Season 2 - "Mother's Day" | ©2011 ABC/Jack Rowand

Stars: Elizabeth Mitchell, Morris Chestnut, Joel Gretsch, Logan Huffman, Laura Vandervoort, Morena Baccarin, Scott Wolf, Charles Mesure Writer:  Scott Rosenbaum, Gregg Hurwitz Director: Bryan Spicer Network: ABC, airs Tuesday nights Original Telecast: March 15, 2011 The second season of V comes to a close with “Mother’s Day” which goes balls-out killing off major characters and essentially planting major seeds for a huge reboot if the series returns for Season Three. All I can say is, “it’s about time.” The events (scripted by Scott Rosenbaum and Gregg Hurwitz) during this hour completely shakes up the foundation of the series and gives […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: V star Morena Baccarin reflects on Season 2 and beyond

Morena Baccarin in V - Season 2 - "Devil in A Blue Dress"| ©2011 ABC/Sergei Backlakov

It turns out that evil reptilian aliens who invade Earth are so unpredictable that they can surprise even the actors who play them. At least, Morena Baccarin says, this is the case with Anna, the ruthless Visitor leader she portrays on V, which has its second season finale tonight on ABC at 9. This season, Brazilian-born Baccarin (a heroine to fans of FIREFLY and SERENITY for portraying Inara Serra as well as a veteran of STARGATE SG-1 as the dangerous Adria) killed a fellow visitor with her tail and ingested a rodent, not to mention dealing with her mother Diana, […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: V producer Steve Pearlman join the Resistance

Morena Baccarin and Christopher Shyer in V - Season 2 - "Mother's Day" | ©2011 ABC/Jack Rowand

In ABC’s series V, which has its season finale this Tuesday at 9 PM, the alien Visitors trying to take over Earth are challenged on screen in their rampage by the heroic Fifth Column. Behind the scenes, executive producer Steve Pearlman, the production team member who supervises filming in Vancouver, stands up for the forces of budget, schedule and special effects. He talks to us about some of the complications of making the otherworldly aspects of the show look good, and also hints at what’s to come. ASSIGNMENT X: What do the Visitors do when they reach a new planet? […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: V star Joel Gretsch doesn’t let those lizards get under his collar

Joel Gretsch in V - Season 2 - "Unholy Alliance" | ©2011 ABC/Jack Rowand

In Season Two of V, it’s become pretty clear that the alien Visitors, lead by Morena Baccarin’s stern Anna, do not have the best interests of humanity at heart. What the Vs do have is an enormous amount of high-tech weaponry. Standing against them are a small group of mixed humans and Vs known as the Fifth Column. Joel Gretsch plays Father Jack Landry, a key member of the Fifth Column whose faith is powerfully tested by both the existence and actions of the Visitors. Gretsch is something of a genre veteran – he was in the extraterrestrial miniseries TAKEN […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: ‘V’ executive producer Scott Rosenbaum prepares for the end of the world – Part 1

Joel Gretsch in V - Season 2 - "Serpent's Tooth" |©2011 ABC/Sergei Backlakov

If Earth wasn’t in enough trouble in the first season of ABC’s reboot of the Eighties alien invasion series V, now there’s a power struggle among the Visitors, an alien/human baby, deadly red rain, homicidal reptile tails and new cast members to contend with. V show runner Scott Rosenbaum – with some additional thoughts from actor Joel Gretsch, who plays Father Jack Landry (stay tuned for our exclusive interview with the performer) – talks to us about how the war is going, the guest cast and why Gretsch wishes Rosenbaum could visit the set more often in the first part […]Read On »

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