Spotlight: Ratched Stars Talk About The New Netflix Series

RatchedNetflix adds the new suspenseful drama series, Ratched, developed by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan. Ratched has all of the dark twists and turns that you can expect from a Ryan Murphy project.

Ratched sounds familiar, right? You are correct. Ratched is based on the character in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. The Netflix series is Mildred Ratched’s origin story, a deep dive into Nurse Ratched’s character before she becomes the Nurse Ratched of Oregon State Hospital that many of us are familiar with from Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel and the Academy Award winning movie. Fun fact: The character of Nurse Ratched was based on a real-life person that novelist, Kesey, worked with at a psychiatric hospital.

SciFi Vision, in conjunction with Red Glean Media’s Christiane Elin, were invited to join in on a virtual press conference with a few of the leads for the star-filled series. Sarah Paulson, Cynthia Nixon, Sharon Stone, Sophie Okonedo, Jon Jon Briones, and Finn Wittrock chatted about Ratched and working on a series set in the mid to late 40’s to early 50’s at a psychiatric hospital.

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Exclusive Raised by Wolves Press Day Video Interview: Stars Amanda Collin & Abubakar Salim

Abubakar Salim and Amanda CollinOn Thursday, the all-new series Raised by Wolves comes to HBO Max. The series follows two androids, Mother (Amanda Collin) and Father (Abubakar Salim), who are sent to a virgin planet to raise human children. When the humans, led by Marcus (Travis Fimmel), arrive wanting to colonize the planet, they jeopardize the family.

Collin and Salim recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision about the series and their characters’ motivations.

Be sure to check out the transcript following the video.

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Exclusive Raised by Wolves Press Day Video Interview: Creator Aaron Guzikowski

Aaron GuzikowskiThursday, September 3rd, the new sci-fi series Raised by Wolves premieres on HBO Max. The series follows two androids who are created to raise human children on the virgin planet, Kepler 22-b. When a group of humans land on the planet to colonize, they threaten to tear the family apart due to religious differences.

Creator and executive producer Aaron Guzikowski recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision about the series, where the idea came from, special effects and more.

Be sure to check out the transcript following the video.

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Exclusive: Aimee Garcia Talks Lucifer Season Five

***Contains slight spoilers***

Aimee GarciaFriday, the first eight episodes of season five of the hit series, Lucifer, dropped on Netflix. The series, based on the character created by Neil Gaiman for the Sandman series, follows Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), the devil, who abandoned Hell for LA. Lucifer works as a consultant alongside partner Chloe Decker (Lauren German) at the LAPD solving crimes often involving the supernatural. When dealing with evidence, they get help from forensic scientist Ella Lopez, played by Aimee Garcia.

Garcia recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the show, romantic interests for her character, costumes, and more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Tim Rozon Talks Season 4 of Wynonna Earp

Tim RozonTonight, Syfy premieres the first part of the mid-season finale of Wynonna Earp. In “Holy War Part One” we learn more about why the Clantons have a deep-seated hatred for the Earps and how Doc was involved. Meanwhile, Nicole (Katherine Barrell) deals with repercussions from her deal with Mam (Paula Boudreau).

Recently, Tim Rozon, who stars as Doc Holliday on the series talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about what it’s like being directed by Melanie Scrofano, what’s to come on Wynonna Earp, including some teases about Doc’s relationship with Wynonna, how his character needs to let go of the past, and more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Stephen Moyer, John Rhys-Davies, & Casper Van Dien Talk G-Loc Out 8/11

G-LocG-Loc, which will be available on DVD, Digital, and On Demand on August 11th, is a sci-fi film that follows Bran Marshall, played by Stephen Moyer (True Blood), as he escapes a desolate Earth to the hostile planet of Rhea. He boards a Rhean supply ship to find the crew murdered and only one survivor, Osha (Tala Gouveia). The two battle for control of the ship but must put aside their differences when the ship is damaged and they find it hurtling towards the planet. Can they work together to save themselves and those on the planet below? The adventure also stars Casper Van Dien (Star Ship Troopers) and John Rhys-Davies (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy).

The three actors recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision about their time on the show, special effects, stunts, and more.

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Star Serinda Swan & EP Morwyn Brebner Talk Coroner, Premiering Tonight on The CW

Serinda Swan and Morwyn BrebnerThe first season premiere of Coroner airs tonight on The CW. The hit Canadian series has already aired two seasons up north and will start filming a third season soon.

Serinda Swan (Inhumans, Ballers), a native Canadian herself, was thrilled to star in this drama. She and executive producer Morwyn Brebner spoke to the press July 31st about the show. Because Swan has done a lot of U.S. TV now, her team (agents, etc.) was shocked that she wanted to return to a Canadian series. However, she thought it was "the perfect project to bring my first leading role to the states, because I get to do it with both.”

“I get to have my leading role in Canada and then bring it to the states. So, I'm making it both. So, there's a part of me that is just so excited and proud and believed in the project to be able to do the crossover not only throughout North America, but also the response throughout the world."

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Exclusive: Paul Schneider Talks NOS4A2

***Contains spoilers for 2.06***

Paul SchneiderTonight, AMC aired an all-new episode of its hit horror series, NOS4A2, called “The Hourglass.” In the episode we get to see more of the mysterious Jonathan ‘The Hourglass’ Beckett, played by Paul Schneider, when Maggie (Jahkara Smith) goes to meet him. Beckett has the powerful ability of being able to control people’s actions while there is sand left in his hourglass.

Not realizing who Maggie is or what she’s after, Beckett lets her in on a secret: you can stop your ability from having negative side effects, such as him losing his memory, if you hurt yourself or someone else. Of course, Beckett’s choice is now always to hurt someone else, and he plans to kill her. Maggie, however, is able to get the upper hand, stabs him in the stomach, and steps on his hourglass, destroying it.

Schneider recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on the show and what’s next for him.

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Exclusive: Jake Manley Talks Season Two of The Order and His Hopes for Season Three

Jake ManleyNetflix’s The Order follows Jack Morton, played by Jake Manley, who in season one joins the secret society of magic practitioners called the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose. During the course of the season, he also becomes a werewolf and therefor part of the group called the Knights of St. Christopher, who protect the world from dark magic. This puts him at odds with the Order. At the end of the season, Alyssa (Sarah Grey), the girl Jack loves, is tasked with erasing the Knights’ memories.

In season two, the Knights eventually regain their memories and swear vengeance on the Order, but things only go from bad to worse when they not only almost start a war, but become involved in events that could lead to the apocalypse.

Star Manley recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on The Order, the makeup and prosthetics he had to endure, what could happen in season three, and more.

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Exclusive: Louriza Tronco Talks The Order Season Two

Louriza TroncoNetflix’s The Order follows college students who practice magic as part of the secret society, the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose, and their rivals, the Knights of St. Christopher, werewolves who also happen to be part of the Order.

At the end of last season, the Knights had their memories erased by the Order. In season two, the Knights work to regain their memories and get revenge on the Order, but their actions only cause more trouble that could not only start a war between other magic practitioners, but lead to the apocalypse.

Louriza Tronco stars as Gabrielle Dupres, a member of the Order who is tasked with stopping the Knights from regaining their memories. Later in the season, she also becomes a Knight, and werewolf, herself.

The actress recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about her work on the show this season, the possible fallout from Gabrielle’s actions, what she’d like to see for season three, and more.

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