Syfy Press Tour: "Being Human" Cast On Season 3 & Bishop's Return

By Jamie Ruby

Being HumanSyfy's Being Human originally premiered the beginning of 2011 and immediately did great in the ratings. It also caught the largest female audience. As the summer series ends, Powerful Mondays will continue into the new year with this scripted series.

The Being Human cast, including Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, and Sam Huntington, recently attended the Syfy Digital Press Tour in Orlando, Florida and talked to the press about the upcoming season.

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Interview: NBC’s “Whitney” Earns Full Season Pickup

By Karen Moul

Dan O'Brien and Rhea SeehornThe fall season brought a new entry the NBC’s Thursday night lineup: Whitney, a half-hour sitcom created and produced by stand-up comedienne Whitney Cummings. The series centers on Whitney and Alex, a happily cohabitating couple with no interest in getting married anytime soon.

The freshman comedy wasn’t well-received by most critics and drew tough criticisms prior to its premiere. But the true judges, the viewers, felt otherwise. While Whitney isn’t exactly a hit, the show drew a large enough audience to warrant a full season pickup.

What is it about Whitney that excites viewers?

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Nick Lachey: I'm Blessed to Host "The Sing-Off"

By Karen Moul

?Nick LacheyThe Sing-Off returned this fall with an extended season, an expanded field of 16 teams, and a new face (Sara Bareilles) on the judges' panel.

Two things haven't changed: Nick Lachey is back for another season as host, and he still loves being a part of the show.

"It's such a fun show to be a part of," Lachey says excitedly. "I think the best thing about the show for me is being around people who are so passionate and excited to be musicians and to be part of music.

"When you've been in the business a while," he admits, "sometimes you forget the passion and the excitement that you had when you first stepped into it. And it's refreshing to be around people who have that excitement and passion."

"So I'm blessed that I'm able to be the host of The Sing-Off."

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Lucas Bryant on the Season Finale of "Haven"

By Jamie Ruby

Lucas BryantBased on Stephen King's The Colorado Kid, Haven follows FBI agent Audrey Parker, played by Emily Rose, as she comes to the town of Haven and partners with local cop Nathan Wuornos, played by Lucas Bryant. The town is full of odd occurances, all stemming from many of the people of the town who have what they call "troubles." They must try to keep the town safe as they try to find out who Audrey really is.

The series' second season came to a close on Friday with "Sins of the Father." In the episode the dead rise up to settle problems and in many cases get revenge. In the episode more information is revealed about the roles people play in the town. Audrey and Nathan also continue to deal with their growing relationship. Tahmoh Penikett and Nicholas Campbell guest star.

Star Lucas Bryant recently talked to the digital media about the series and the season finale.

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Amanda Tapping & Robin Dunne Return for Season 4 of "Sanctuary"

By Jamie Ruby

Amanda Tapping and Robin DunneSanctuary, which originally started as a web series on Syfy.com, is shot almost entirely on green screen. The show follows Dr. Helen Magnus, played by Amanda Tapping (Stargate SG-1; Stargate: Atlantis) and her team, including Dr. Will Zimmerman (Cruel Intentions 2; The Skulls II), as they use their unique skills to help beings that lay outside of the realm of what most people consider normal. Some abnormals pose no threat, while others need to be kept away from humanity.

The series also stars Ryan Robbins (Battlstar Galactica; Riese) as tech Henry Foss and Christopher Heyerdahl (Stargate: Atlantis; The Twilight Saga: New Moon) as John Druitt.

This October, Sanctuary enters it's fourth season with the episode "Tempus." The season boasts great guest stars, both new and returning, including Gil Bellows (Ally McBeal; FlashForward), Peter Wingfield (24; Caprica), Jonathon Young (Eureka; Stargate: Atlantis) and Agam Darshi (The Guard; The L Word) who reprises her role as Kate Freelander.

The stars of the series, Tapping and Dunne, sat down with the digital media to talk about the upcoming season of the show, as well as the first-ever musical episode, airing Thanksgiving weekend on November 25th.

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Exclusive: Karl Yune in "Real Steel"

Interview by Jamie Ruby
Written by Jamie Ruby


Karl YuneKarl Yune, who's known for such projects as Memoirs of a Geisha and Speed Racer, will star in the film Real Steel, which opens this weekend.

The movie is set in the near future, where the sport of robot boxing has become mainstream. Charlie Kenton (Hugh Jackman), an ex-boxer, finds a discarded robot he hopes can become a champion, which he uses to get closer to his estranged son (Dakota Goyo). Karl Yune stars opposite Jackman as Tak Mashido, the man who is responsible for bringing the sport mainstream, as well as Kenton's opponent.

Yune recently sat down for an exclusive interview with SciFi Vision to talk about the new film.

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David Hewlett & Robert Picardo Return to Syfy in "Morlocks"

By Jamie Ruby

MorlocksFans of Syfy will most like recognize David Hewlett and Robert Picardo from the Stargate series, as Rodney McKay and Richard Woolsey, respectively. However, they have both appeared in many other series as well. Hewlett has appeared on shows such as Sanctuary and The Closer. Picardo of course is well known for his role in the Star Trek franchise, but has also appeared in series such as Smallville and Castle. The actors have also appeared on film as well, Hewlett appeared in the recent Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and Picardo has quite a few upcoming movies, such as End of the Road and Camilla Dickinson.

Hewlett and Picardo recently sat down for an interview with the digital media to discuss Syfy's Morlocks, where creatures from the past come to the future to devour the human race. The movie airs tonight on Syfy.

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Mark Lewis Talks "Paranormal Witness"

By Lynn Tackitt

Paranormal WitnessRemember when you were a kid telling ghost stories in the dark with your friends to see who could scare the others the most? Did you ever think, "When I grow up, I'm going to seek out the true stories and scare millions with them?" Well, Mark Lewis may not have said anything like that, but he sure is delivering a show that you will want to watch with the lights on.

He and his staff go through the painstaking task of searching out the true stories and verifying the credible ones to put out on the show Paranormal Witness on the Syfy channel.

You would think that with all the stories and things that have happened to people that the stories would be stacking up, but as Mark discusses with us, it is a time consuming task. The show approaches with a skeptic professional way to give you the true version of a story, where you realize sometimes, things aren't always pleasant.

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Exclusive: Stephen Bishop Talks "Moneyball," Opening Tonight

Exclusive Interview with Stephen Bishop of Moneyball
Interview by Jamie Ruby and Lynn Tackitt
Written by Jamie Ruby

Stephen BishopFans may recognize Stephen Bishop from films such as The Rundown, Friday Night Lights, or more recently The Company We Keep. The actor has appeared in television series like Lost, Grey's Anatomy, and CSI: Miami. He can also be seen in the upcoming films Safe House and Battleship.

Starting tonight, Bishop, a baseball player in his own right, can be seen as the famous player David Justice in the new film Moneyball. The film stars Brad Pitt as the Oakland A's general manager Billy Bean, as he attempts to create a competitive baseball team based on computer data given to him by Peter Brand, played by Jonah Hill. Justice is an A's outfielder. The movie is based on Michael Lewis's book of the same name.

Stephen Bishop recently sat down in an exclusive interview with SciFi Vision to talk about his new role.

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Exclusive: Drew Powell in "Straw Dogs," Opening Tonight

Exclusive Interview with Drew Powell of Straw Dogs
Interview by Jamie Ruby and Dede Taylor
Written by Jamie Ruby

Drew PowellIndiana native Drew Powell has been singing and dancing since he was young. Though an English Literature major and Media Fellow in college, the theater department was a part of his life, and he wrote and performed in multiple campus films and television productions.

Powell's first role in television was on the series Malcolm in the Middle. He also appeared in series such as CSI, House M.D., and Leverage. He also starred as Eric 'Hoss' Cartwright in the series Ponderosa.

The actor also has worked on films such as Starship Troopers 2, The Marine, and 1408.

Powell can now be seen in the thriller Straw Dogs, which opens in theaters today, and soon in the movie Touchback.

Powell recently sat down with SciFi Vision for an exclusive interview to talk about his work.

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