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Katherine Barrell Talks Wynonna Earp Season Finale

Katherine BarrellTonight Syfy airs the season one finale of Wynonna Earp. Earlier in the week, Katherine Barrell, who plays Officer Nicole Haught, talked to the media about the season finale of the show, her character’s relationship with Waverly (Dominique Provost-Chalkley), and more.

Barrell talked to SciFi Vision about what she thinks would be Nicole’s perfect date, compared to what it would probably be like.

“I don't think they ever really get to a first date. I think they hang out at the homestead and stuff.

“But I think for Waverly and Nicole, I think they would have a lot of fun going to an amusement park. I could definitely see that being a really fun date for them, so I feel like if I was going to pick one thing for them, I would send them to an amusement park with roller coasters and cotton candy and the whole – well at least a fair if not a big amusement park. “

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Wynonna Earp Stars Scrofano & Krill & Showrunner Andras Talk Season One Finale

Melanie Scrofano, Natalie Krill, and Emily AndrasTonight on Syfy, season one of Wynonna Earp comes to a close. In the episode, Wynonna, played by Melanie Scrofano, battles for Purgatory and tough choices must be made.

Earlier in the week stars Scrofano and Natalie Krill, who plays Wynonna’s sister Willa, as well as showrunner Emily Andras, talked to the media about the season finale and more.

In last week’s episode, Wynonna finally kissed Dolls. Scrofano talked to SciFi Vision about the kiss.

“The whole season, I, Melanie, was going like, ‘when? It's got to come, right? When is it coming? I know it's coming, otherwise, I don’t know how to tell stories.' I was really getting excited for it.

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Killjoys Stars Talk Season Two of Killjoys, Returning 7/1 to Syfy

KilljoysTonight season two of Killjoys premieres on Syfy. The series follows three bounty hunters, or "killjoys," as they chase after criminals across the Quad.

Recently Killjoys stars Hannah John-Kamen, who plays Dutch, Aaron Ashmore, who plays Johnny, and Luke Macfarlane, who plays D'Avin, talked to the media about what's coming in season two.

MacFarlane talked to SciFi Vision about D’Avin’s fate now that he’s been brought to Level 6.

“I remember being very concerned with it. Oh, what are we going to do with my character? Finally, I’m in Level 6; am I going to be like Khlyen (Rob Stewart)?

“So I think what we can tease, is that we learn a lot more about what a Level 6 is, and that it’s not as simple, and it’s not as good and evil as we originally thought.

I think I’ll also tease by saying it’s what makes the Level 6s that becomes a big story point, the actual physical sort of makeup of a Level 6, that becomes a big story point.”

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Exclusive: Shamier Anderson Talks Dolls' Secrets & Kissing Wynonna Earp

Shamier AndersonTonight Syfy aired the penultimate episode of season one of Wynonna Earp. The television series, based on the comic of the same name, follows Wyatt Earp's heir, Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) as she kills Revenants and sends them back to Hell with her demon-killing gun Peacemaker. She is joined by her boss at Black Badge Division, Agent Xavier Dolls, played by Shamier Anderson, her sister Waverly (Dominque Provost-Chalkley), and Doc Holliday (Tim Rozon).

In tonight's episode, not only did it end with the shocking twist of the long thought dead Earp sister Willa (Natalie Krill) walking away willingly with Revenant Bobo Del Rey (Michael Eklund) while most of the town was about to die from poison, but also on the more personal front, Wynonna kissed Dolls.

Last week Anderson talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about what's next for Dolls, what secrets he's been keeping, and the steamy kiss between him and Wynonna.

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Exclusive: Michael Eklund Talks Wynonna Earp

Michael EklundTonight Syfy aired an all-new episode of Wynonna Earp. The series follows Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano), the descendant of Wyatt Earp, who hunts down Revenants and sends them back to hell.

In tonight's episode, Wynonna's long thought dead sister Willa (Natalie Krill) is almost killed, but is surprisingly saved by Revenant Bobo Del Rey, played by Michael Eklund, which adds another layer of mystery to his character.

Eklund recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on the series and what's next for Bobo.

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Exclusive: Barbara Sukowa Interview Part 2

Barbara SukowaTonight on Syfy, on the eighth episode of 12 Monkeys, a big bombshell was dropped when Katarina Jones, played by Barbara Sukowa, discovered, along with the audience, that her daughter Hannah had been alive all this time. Cole (Aaron Stanford) and Cassie (Amanda Schull) had saved Hannah in the past as a child when they went back in time in the episode, but in order to preserve the timeline (and get out of the time loop they were stuck in) they had to do it in a way that Jones was unaware her daughter was alive, and therefore still created the time travel technology.

Last month, Sukowa talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the big reveal.

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Exclusive: Amanda Schull Talks Season Two of 12 Monkeys

Amanda SchullTonight Syfy airs the eighth episode of season two of its hit series, 12 Monkeys. In the episode Cassandra Railly, played by Amanda Schull, is tasked by Jones to go back to 2020 and kill her younger self, to prevent the advent of time travel, but things do not go as planned.

Recently Schull talked to Jamie Ruby in an exclusive interview about her work on the series, including the future of Cassie and Cole (Aaron Stanford)'s relationship, as well as what she and Ramse (Kirk Acevedo) could be planning.

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Exclusive: Aaron Stanford Interview Part 2

Aaron StanfordTonight Syfy airs episode eight of its popular series 12 Monkeys. In the episode, in order to stop time from being destroyed, Jones (Barbara Sukowa) sends Cassie (Amanda Schull) back in time to kill her in 2020, so that she can never create a time machine. Cassie is soon joined by Cole (Aaron Stanford), trying to stop her. The two get stuck in a sort of time loop/reboot and must figure out what to do to get back to 2044.

Last month when I talked to Stanford about the season, we talked specifically about tonight's episode, including filming the time loop, and Cassie and Ramse (Kirk Acevedo)'s possible plans moving forward.

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Exclusive: Gabriel Bateman Talks Outcast & American Gothic

Gabriel BatemanTonight the new series Outcast, based on the comic series by Robert Kirkman, premieres on Cinemax. Gabriel Bateman (Stalker, Code Black) plays the part of Joshua, a boy who is possessed by a demon.

The actor can also be seen in the upcoming series American Gothic, premiering later in the month, as well as in the film Lights Out, where he stars alongside Teresa Palmer, which comes to theaters July 22nd.

Bateman recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his roles on Outcast and American Gothic.

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Exclusive: Kevin Hanchard Talks Orphan Black

Kevin HanchardTonight, BBC America aired an all-new episode of its hit series, Orphan Black. The series, created by screenwriter Graeme Manson and director John Fawcett, follows Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) who assumes the identity of Detective Beth Childs, who bares an eerie resemblance to Manning, after she commits suicide. Sarah soon discovers that she and Beth, along with other "sisters" she meets along the way are clones (all played by Maslany).

This season we learned much more about Beth, and therefore her partner as well, Detective Arthur "Art" Bell, played by Kevin Hanchard. It was recently revealed that they had a romantic relationship at one point.

Last week, after finding out that Detective Martin Duko (Gord Rand), who had previously been threatening him for helping the clones, killed the clones' original, Kendall Malone (Alison Steadman), Bell attacked him at the precinct.

This week the detective becomes even more involved in Duko's fate.

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