Sharif Atkins Talks "White Collar"

By Jamie Ruby

Sharif AtkinsSharif Atkins is probably best known for his role of Michael Gallant on ER, but he also appeared in series such as Hawaii, 4400, and Numb3rs. Recently Atkins appeared in the film Preacher's Kid. Atkins currently plays the character of FBI Agent Clinton Jones in USA Network's original series White Collar, which will air its midseason finale on Tuesday.

Atkins recently took time to talk to members of the digital media about the series.

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Lindsay Wagner Returns to "Warehouse 13"

By Kati Krieger

Lindsay WagnerFans of Warehouse 13 were thrilled to see the return of Lindsay Wagner in a recent episode as Dr. Vanessa Calder, warehouse physician and possible love interest of Artie (Saul Rubinek). She played heavily in the episode "Love Sick," which aired recently, where Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) and Artie team up with Dr. Calder and Hugo Miller, played by guest star Rene Auberjonois, to find an artifact that uses a computer program to affect people.

Prior to the airing of this episode, Lindsay Wagner took the time to answer questions about Warehouse 13, her character's upcoming cameo appearance on the new Syfy original series Alphas, and the role her holistic lifestyle plays in her acting career.

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"Caprica's" Sasha Roiz Guest Stars on "Warehouse 13"

By Karen Moul

Sasha RoizThis week, Caprica's Sasha Roiz returned to Syfy in a guest-starring role on Warehouse 13. Roiz plays Marcus Diamond, a mysterious character who takes on the Warehouse crew.

Roiz describes the character as "focused, and exacting, and complex."

But in a recent conversation with the media, he was tightlipped about the storyline. "It's a little bit of a mystery which will be revealed later in the season," he says, "so I can't tell you specifically, but I'm definitely part of...the nefarious force that's working against the Warehouse this season."

Roiz hinted that nefarious force could include some familiar faces. "There's a few people that I work in conjunction with [who] are also some interesting guest stars that you'll see. I can't tell you the specifics of it because there's a little bit of a mystery revolving around Marcus."

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Mehcad Brooks Talks "Necessary Roughness"

By Jamie Ruby

Mehcad BrooksThe new USA Network series, Necessary Roughness, follows Dani Santino (Callie Thorne) as she becomes a therapist for a football team. She must learn to balance work and family life. The first team member she treats is Terrence King, played by Mehcad Brooks.

Brooks is probably most known for his work on Desperate Housewives and more recently for his role of Eggs on True Blood. He can also be seen in the upcoming Chris Carter (The X-Files) film, Fencewalker.

Aside from acting, Brooks is also one of the new models for Calvin Klein underwear advertisements.

Brooks recently sat down with the press to discuss his new series.

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Christopher Gorham On "Covert Affairs" Season Two

By Jamie Ruby

Christopher GorhamUSA Network's Covert Affairs follows CIA operative Annie Walker (Piper Perabo) as she goes on secret missions around the globe, all while struggling to still have a life outside of work. The series also stars Christopher Gorham as fellow agent Auggie Anderson.

One of Covert Affairs' recent episodes focused on Gorham's character and how he became blind.

Gorham is not new to television and previously worked on such series as Popular, Felicity, Odyssey 5, Jake 2.0 and Ugly Betty, to name a few. More recently Gorham starred in the film The Ledge, which has been accepted into the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

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Exclusive: The Mercury Men Come to Syfy.com

Exclusive interview with Chris Preksta, Curt Wootton, and Mark Tierno of The Mercury Men
Interviewed by Jamie Ruby, Karen Moul, AJ Grillo, and Kati Krieger
Written by Jamie Ruby

<em>The Mercury Men</em>The Mercury Men, the new web series airing on Syfy.com, started out as a short concept film by Christopher Preksta. Preksta is known for writing and directing the web series Captain Blasto, which starred himself alongside Curt Wootton and Mark Tierno, who also star in The Mercury Men.

The Mercury Men short, which was featured at Comic-Con in 2008, and was later expanded into the web series, was inspired by the same retro serials that inspired such films as Star Wars and Indiana Jones. The black and white series is made up of ten episodes, each approximately seven minutes in length.

Besides being released as a web series, other media elements have been released, such as behind-the-scenes footage, as well as unique digital props for viewers to delve deeper into the universe that is The Mercury Men.

Preksta, Wootton, and Tierno sat down recently in an exclusive interview with SciFi Vision to discuss the release of The Mercury Men.

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Exclusive: Ashley Eckstein & "Her Universe:" Women Love Sci-Fi Too

Exclusive interview with Ashley Eckstein of Her Universe and Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Interview by Jamie Ruby and Karen Moul
Written by Jamie Ruby

Ashley EcksteinFor years many people have thought that science fiction was for guys, but that's simply not true. Nearly half of all science fiction fans are female and we want our voices heard.

For the second year, Ashley Eckstein, founder of Her Universe and voice of Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, will be hosting a panel at Comic-Con. The panel, "Her Universe: What Women Want in Their Female Sci-Fi Heroes," will take place on Thursday and will feature an all-star group of panelists.

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Exclusive: Laura Mennell on her Role in Syfy's "Alphas"

Exclusive interview with Laura Mennell of Alphas - July 11, 2011
Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby

Laura MennellLaura Mennell, one of the stars of the new series Alphas, which airs Mondays on Syfy, is not new to science fiction. Fans will recognize her from her work on such television series as Sanctuary, Eureka, Fringe, and Supernatural, to name just a few. She also starred in the supernatural thriller 11:11 and played the part of Janey Slater in the movie Watchmen.

Mennell recently took some time to talk about her new role in an exclusive interview with SciFi Vision.

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Constance Marie on "Switched at Birth"

By Jamie Ruby

Constance MarieABC Family's new series, Switched at Birth, follows two teenage girls who as newborns were acidentally switched. The first girl, Bay Kennish (Vanessa Marano), grew up in a two-parent home with a brother, and the other, Daphne Vasquez (Katie Leclerc), with her single mother, played by Constance Marie. Due to meningitis, Daphne lost her hearing as a child. Now aware, both families must learn to deal with the situation.

Marie recently took time to talk to journalists about the new series, which airs Mondays on ABC Family.

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Emily Osment Talks "Cyberbully"

By Jamie Ruby

Emily OsmentCyberbully follows the character Taylor Hillridge, played by Emily Osment, a teenager who is digitally harassed on a popular social website.

The movie is being presented as part of a campaign by ABC Family partnered with Seventeen magazine to make people aware of cyberbullying and abuse. The initiative is called Delete Digital Drama and will appear in the August 2011 issue of the magazine as well as on ABC Family this summer.

There will also be a PSA aired during the movie featuring Osment that will direct viewers to the website StompoutBullying.org.

You can learn more about the initiative and how to get a Delete Digital Drama Twibbon as well as other ways to Delete Digital Drama.

Emily Osment recently sat down with the digital media to talk about the film, which airs Sunday, July 17 on ABC Family.

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Benjamin Stone on "Nine Lives" & the end of "Harry Potter"

By Jamie Ruby

Benjamin StoneABC Family's The Nine Lives of Chloe King, based on the book of the same name by Liz Braswell, follows the life of Chloe King, who finds out she is a descendent of the ancient race of Mai. She discovers she has strange heightened abilities and is to be the "uniter," or protector, of the Mai.

Chloe is helped through her changes and discoveries by two students, who are also Mai - Alek, played by Benjamin Stone, and Jasmine, played by Alyssa Diaz.

Stone, who is also known for his role on the series 10 Things I Hate About You as well as his voice work in four of the Harry Potter video games, sat down with the media to discuss his life and The Nine Lives of Chloe King, which airs Tuesdays on ABC Family.

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"Legend Quest" Joins the Syfy Lineup on Wednesdays

By Jamie Ruby

Ashley CowieLegend Quest is the newest unscripted reality show on Syfy. The action-adventure series follows archaeologist Ashley Cowie as he searches the world for strange artifacts, such as the Holy Grail.

In the pilot episode Cowie and his team search for the Ark of the Covenant and the Talking Cross.

Cowie recently talked to the media about his exploits and his new series, which airs Wednesdays nights on Syfy.

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"Mercury Men" and Eric Balfour of "Haven" at Comic-Con

The Mercury Men, the upcoming Syfy web series, will be screening at Comic-Con, with appearances by Curt Wootton and Chris Preksta, as well Syfy's Eureka and Haven, with a special appearance by Eric Balfour. Be sure to add this to your itinerary!

9:00-11:00 Syfy Screening: Eureka, Haven, and Mercury Men— Imagine Greater with fellow fans during an advanced preview screening of the next all-new episode of Eureka, followed by a special presentation of an all-new Haven. And be sure to stick around for the exclusive premiere of the new digital series The Mercury Men. Introductions by Eric Balfour (Duke, Haven). Room 6A

Stay tuned to SciFi Vision for exclusive interviews for The Mercury Men, coming soon.

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Emily Rose on Her Returns to "Haven"

Emily RoseBy Jamie Ruby

Syfy's Haven follows FBI Agent Audrey Parker, played by Emily Rose, who first came to the town of Haven, Maine last season to investigate strange occurancances in the town. Many of the town's residents, including the local cop she teams up with, Nathan Wournos (Lucas Bryant), are afflicted with "troubles." They are also joined by Duke Crocker (Eric Balfour), the local smuggler who seems to know more than he lets on. Audrey struggles to find answers about her mother and even about herself.

Rose is known for such television series as Brothers & Sisters, Jericho, and ER. She also stars as Elena Fisher in the popular video game series Uncharted.

Emily Rose talked to the media recently about her return to Haven, which airs Fridays on Syfy.

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Eric Balfour Returns to "Haven" for Season Two

Eric BalfourBy Jamie Ruby

Last season FBI Agent Audrey Parker, played by Emily Rose, arrived in the strange town of Haven, Maine, a town whose inhabitants are afflicted with "the troubles," that she, along with local cop Nathan Wournos, played by Lucas Bryant, must try to help.

They are often reluctantly joined by Duke Crocker, played by Eric Balfour, a suave smuggler with secrets of his own.

Balfour has previously appeared in popular television series such as Six Feet Under, 24, and more recently No Ordinary Family. He has worked on various films, including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Spirit, and last fall's sci-fi action thriller Skyline, to name a few.

Last November Balfour talked to us in an exclusive interview, which is still available.

Balfour recently talked to the media about season two of Haven, which airs Fridays starting July 15th on Syfy.

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Warren Christie & Zak Penn on Syfy's New Series "Alphas"

By Jamie Ruby

AlphasSyfy's newest scripted series, Alphas, created by Zak Penn and Michael Karnow, follows a group of five people that come together because of their superhuman abilities, abilities that enhance the capacities of the human mind. Led by Dr. Lee Rosen (David Strathairn), they investigate strange crimes dealing with others having powers similar to their own.

The newest member of the group is Cameron Hicks, played by Warren Christie, who has hyperkinesis - near perfect agility, balance, and hand/eye coordination.

Star Warren Christie and executive producer Zak Penn took some time to talk to members of the digital press about the new series, which airs Mondays, starting July 11, on Syfy.

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Warehouse 13 Returns For Its Third Season

By Jamie Ruby

Warehouse 13Syfy's most successful series, Warehouse 13, returns July 11 with all new episodes. The show follows government agents who hunt down and return artifacts with strange powers to a top-secret warehouse where they can be kept safe and not cause anymore harm.

The team is led by former Secret Service agents Pete Lattimer, played by Eddie McClintock, and Myka Bering, played by Joanne Kelly. However, last season Myka left the warehouse and her future is unknown. Joining the team this season will be Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore).

They are also joined by warehouse caretaker Artie Nielsen, played by Saul Rubinek, and apprentice and hacker Claudia Donovan, played by Allison Scagliotti.

McClintock, Rubinek, and Scagliotti recently set down with the press to talk about the upcoming season and what's in store for their characters.

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Exclusive: Saul Rubinek Returns Tonight on "Warehouse 13"

Exclusive interview with Saul Rubinek of Warehouse 13 - June 29, 2011
Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby

Saul RubinekTonight, July 11, marks the return of Syfy's most successful series to date, Warehouse 13. The series follows two government agents as they track down strange and problem causing artifacts and return them to safety in a top-secret warehouse. The caretaker of the warehouse, Artie Nielsen, is played by Saul Rubinek.

Rubinek is a seasoned actor, having been in the business over forty years. He has worked on films such as Unforgiven and True Romance, and appeared on popular television series, such as Frasier, Stargate SG-1, Eureka, and Leverage. Rubinek even had a small part in the ABC series Lost.

Acting is not the only thing Rubinek is good at. He wrote and produced the documentary So Many Miracles and directed four films, such as Jerry and Tom, for example.

Rubinek recently talked with Jame Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the new season of Warehouse 13 and what's next for Artie.

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Exclusive: Allison Scagliotti Returns For Season Three of Warehouse 13

Exclusive interview with Allison Scagliotti of Warehouse 13 - June 28, 2011
Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby

Allison ScagliottiWarehouse 13, Syfy's most successful series ever, returns for its third season on Monday, July 11, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The series follows a team of government agents who protect a top-secret warehouse that holds strange and mysterious artifacts that they help track down. The team is led by former secret service agents Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) and Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly), who's character left the warehouse at the end of last season. They are joined by apprentice Claudia Donovan, played by Allison Scagliotti, and new agent Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore), as well as the warehouse's caretaker, Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek).

Claudia, Scagliotti's character, is the brilliant young hacker who kidnapped Artie in the first season in order to save her brother, and was eventually welcomed as part of the team by Artie, rather than disposed of as a security threat. She has become a very valuable member of the team.

Scagliotti recently sat down with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision for an exclusive interview to discuss the upcoming season.

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Ghost Hunters International Returns with a New But Familiar Face: Kris Williams

By Karen Moul

Kris Williams & Barry FitzgeraldGhost Hunters International returns to Syfy on Wednesday, July 13, with a new team member – Kris Williams, formerly a researcher with the original Ghost Hunters. Williams has been promoted to co-lead investigator this year but retains her trademark skepticism. "I believe in the paranormal," she says, "and that I've had a lot of strange experiences that I still can't explain. But I don't believe that every place that we go to is haunted. And it's our job to try to figure out what's going on there."

Season three finds the GHl team hop-scotching all over the globe, with episodes in Trinidad, Argentina, England, Ireland, New Zealand, and American Samoa.

Kris says she finds the new assignments challenging. "International has been quite a change," she explains. "When you go overseas, you're dealing with different foods, different money, different languages, different cultures, different belief systems. So all around it's a challenge."

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