Exclusive: Paul Amos is Vex on "Lost Girl"

Exclusive Interview with Paul Amos of Lost Girl
Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby

Paul AmosTonight's episode of Lost Girl introduces the new character, Vex, played by Paul Amos. The character seems to be quite evil at this point, but we will learn more as the season progresses, according to Amos, who recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview.

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Mark Consuelos Joins "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" Cast

**This interview was originally written for NoReruns.net**

By Jamie Ruby


Mark ConsuelosMark Consuelos is probably best known for his role on the popular soap opera All My Children, where he played Mateo Santos and was nominated for an Emmy. He has also appeared on other television series such as Friends, Third Watch, 1-800-Missing, and Hope & Faith, which starred his wife Kelly Ripa. Consuelos also appeared on film in movies such as My Super Ex-Girlfriend, Killer Hair, and Cop Out.

The actor recently talked to the digital press about joining the cast of I Hate My Teenage Daughter.

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Adrian Pasdar Talks "The Lying Game"

By Lynn Tackitt

Adrian PasdarIn Adrian Pasdar's career, he has played many roles with many different characteristics, but he seems to excel at the suave, sinister type, that although he might have a good side, the darker side is the more intriguing half. He often plays the man you love to distrust, but as you read the interview below, you will find out that he is a man that looks for the fun roles to do and tries to balance his career with his family life.

Pasdar is a man who at the end of this season finale on The Lying Games isn't jumping straight into another project, but jumping into quality time with his kids and family. He sheds a little light onto what goes on the set of The Lying Games, his feelings for his co-stars, and teases us with what we can expect on a most anticipated season two.

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B.D. Wong & Cherry Jones Talk "Awake," Premiering Tonight

By Jamie Ruby

AwakeTonight, NBC premieres the new series Awake, which follows the life of Detective Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs), who doesn't know when he is awake or asleep. In a car accident in one reality he lost his wife, while in the other reality he lost his son. Britten refuses to make a choice of which is real, or it would mean accepting that a loved one is dead.

Britten is forced to see a therapist in both realities: in the world where his wife survived, he talks to Dr. Lee, played by B.D. Wong, about the loss of his son. In the other, he talks about losing his wife with Dr. Evans, played by Cherry Jones. Both therapists go at Britten's problems with different angles, which makes for interesting sessions on the show.

Wong and Jones talked to the digital media earlier in the week about the new series.

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"The Voice" Week 5: Team Christina & Team Cee Lo

By Jamie Ruby and Karen Moul

The Voice Week 5: Who Did Christina and Cee Lo Choose?

The VoiceLast Monday brought the first round of The Voice - blind auditions - to a close, as the coaches completed their teams. Cee Lo filled out his squad with Honolulu native Cheesa, 18-year-old student Wade, and the rock duo the Shields Brothers.

Christina was extremely picky in this last this week, passing on eight straight contestants before selecting Lee Koch. She then filled the final slot of the competition with Sera Hill, delighting everyone by joining Sera on stage to sing a few lines of Mary J. Blige's "I'm Going Down."

Before heading into the battle rounds, the competitors spoke with digital journalists about their experiences to this point and what they expect in the upcoming head-to-head battles.

The Voice airs Mondays on NBC.

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"The Voice" Week 5: Team Blake & Team Adam

By Karen Moul

The Voice Week 5: With Final Auditions, Blake and Adam Complete Their Teams

The Voice on NBCThis week’s edition of The Voice brought us the fifth and final round of blind auditions as the coaches filled the few remaining spots on their teams. The contestants who made it through were a diverse crowd that included jazz, blues, Motown, country singers, and even a rock duo.

Before it was over, Blake Shelton chose sultry jazz singer Lex Land and fellow Oklahoman Adley Stump, while Adam Levine went with bluesman Orlando Napier and seasoned musician Whitney Myer, who’s been performing with her dad’s band since she was just 14 years old.

The successful contestants made time to speak with journalists about their backgrounds, why they chose their coaches, and what lies ahead.

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Dreaming of Success: Jason Isaacs Stars in "Awake"

By Jamie Ruby

Jason IsaacsMany people may know of Jason Isaacs because of his portrayal of the villain Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter series. The British actor, however, has a long list of credits to his name. He has appeared on film in other hit movies such as Dragonheart, Armageddon, The Patriot, Black Hawk Down, and last year's Abduction. He has also appeared on the small screen in starring roles such as The State Within, Brotherhood, and more recently, Case Histories.

Isaacs returns to television once more with his starring role in the new NBC series, Awake, which premieres March 1. The story follows Isaacs' character, Michael Britten, who after surviving a tragic car accident, finds himself awake in two separate and distinct realities. In one reality his wife Hannah died, and his son Rex survived. In the other, Hannah is still alive, but they lost their son. Britten cannot tell which reality is real and which is a dream, and refuses to give up either of them.

Britten is also a detective, and information from cases in both realities start to bleed through, giving him a special insight into solving them with his unique perspective.

Isaacs recently sat down with the digital media to discuss his new role and dual realities his character finds himself in.

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Exclusive: Ksenia Solo on Talks "Lost Girl"

Exclusive Interview with Ksenia Solo of Lost Girl
Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby

Ksenia SoloSyfy Powerful Mondays continue to get better and better with each episode that airs of their newly acquired series Lost Girl. The network has already picked a date, April 16th, to air season two of the series.

The show follows Bo, played by Anna Silk, a succubus who must learn to control her hunger. She is helped by her friend, roommate, and sidekick, Kenzi. While Kenzi doesn't have powers of her own, she has a lot to offer, such as a great sense of humor and a kick-ass wardrobe. She's brave and will do whatever it takes to help Bo.

The spunky character of Kenzi is played by actress Ksenia Solo, who has appeared on television series such as Moonlight, Life Unexpected, and Nikita. She has also appeared on film in movies such as Black Swan.

The actress sat down last week with Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision for an exclusive interview to talk about life and her work on Lost Girl.

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Jeff Pinkner & Joel Wyman on Tonights Game Changing Episode of "Fringe"

**This interview was originally written for NoReruns.net**

By Jamie Ruby


FringeTonight Fox will air the last episode of Fringe, "The End of All Things," before a short hiatus. David Robert Jones returns, and with the ads showing the Observer, it looks to be an exciting episode. The two executive producers of the series, Jeff Pinker and J.H. Wyman, talked with the media yesterday about the all new episode, as well as a bit about what fans can expect moving forward.

The executive producers said that tonight's episode is definitely going to be important to the mythology of the series. According to Pinkner, "It's definitely, as they say, a game changer, in that our characters learn a lot more and the audience is going to learn a lot more about sort of the uber plot of our season bad guy David Robert Jones. The character...certainly for Peter this season and Olivia and Walter is going to start to unfold in ways that, hopefully, will be really both satisfying and challenging to our characters...It's very much a hinge episode that's going to launch us into the back half of the season."

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Simon Cowell & L.A. Reid: "The X Factor" Auditions Start Next Month

**This interview was originally written for NoReruns.net**

By Jamie Ruby

Simon Cowell and L.A. ReidThe vocal competition The X Factor, which will be airing once again this fall on Fox, will soon be holding auditions for its second season. Auditions open Thursday March 1.

One thing that makes The X Factor unique from some of the other voice series on television, is that it is open to not only solo artists but also vocal groups, the only limit being one must be age twelve or older. This season is also different from last in that now artists with pre-existing contracts can audition as well. The winner will receive a $5 million recording contract with Sony Music.

The unscripted series has previously discovered artists such as last year's winner Melanie Amaro, as well as finalists Astro, Chris Rene, Josh Krajcik, and Marcus Crow, all of who have signed major deals with Sony Music.

Simon Cowell, who is responsible for the idea and format of the series, will return as judge, as well as songwriter and record producer L.A. Reid, who is also the co-founder of LaFace Records.

Yesterday Cowell and Reid talked to the digital media about the upcoming auditions as well as the second season.

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