Exclusive Interview: Maurice Dean Wint Teases SurrealEstate Season Finale

Maurice Dean WintTomorrow Syfy airs the season finale of its new drama, SurrealEstate. In the last episode, August Ripley, played by Maurice Dean Wint, entered the Donovan House and texted Luke (Tim Rozon) that they were wrong about the doorway in the cellar. It’s not a way out, but rather a way in. He also said he was scared, which is very unlike him. Luke went to check on his friend and coworker, but he was thrown from the house by an unseen entity.

Earlier in the season, Wint talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview where he teased what’s to come for his character for the finale, talked about some of the challenges he faced this season, and more.

Be sure to read part one of the interview from earlier in the season.

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Peacock 2021 Summer TCA Press Tour Panel Interview - Dan Brown: The Lost Symbol

PeacockToday Peacock premieres its new series, Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol. The series is based on Brown’s international bestselling thriller and follows Robert Langdon (Ashley Zukerman), a symbologist who must work against the clock to solve a series of deadly puzzles after his mentor, Peter Solomon (Eddie Izzard), is captured. He is aided by Solomon’s daughter, Katherine (Valorie Curry).

Monday, cast members Zukerman, Curry, Izzard, Rick Gonzalez (Nunez), Beau Knapp (Mal’akh), and Sumalee Montano (Inoue Sato), as well as showrunners Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin, and executive producer Brian Grazer, took part in a panel as part of the TCA summer tour.

Knapp, who’s character is covered in tattoos in many of his scenes, talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision about how long it takes to get them applied. “It depends on the day. If it's just my hands and feet, it's three and a half hours, but if we are doing the full body, we are talking eight hours in the chair, which is brutal, but it's worth it once you see the show.”

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Exclusive: D.B. Woodside Talks Final Season of Lucifer, Directing, & More

***This interview contains season six spoilers***

D.B. WoodsideFriday, Netflix dropped the six and final season of it’s highly-anticipated series, Lucifer. In the series, D.B. Woodside stars as the angel Amenadiel, Lucifer (Tom Ellis)’s brother. The eldest of the siblings, Amenadiel originally came to Los Angeles to bring Lucifer back to Hell, but after that failed, he, like his brother, made a life for himself on Earth.

However, at the end of last season, it was decided among the celestials that Lucifer would become the new God after their Father left, but this season, after Lucifer decided that it wasn’t to be, his brother stepped up.

Woodside recently talked to Jamie Ruby in an exclusive interview for SciFi Vision about how he wasn’t surprised his character would become God, how he felt about the ending, always wanting to direct, singing on the series, and more.

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Exclusive: Showrunner Ildy Modrovich Says Goodbye to Lucifer

Ildy ModrovichTonight at midnight pacific, Netflix drops it’s six and final season of the hit series, Lucifer. The series picks up after Lucifer (Tom Ellis) has won against his twin brother, Michael (also Ellis), and is about to become God; however, he hesitates. How will he respond when the world starts to crumble without a God? Is he ready to rule, and what will become of his relationship to Chloe (Lauren German)?

Showrunner Ildy Modrovich talked to Jamie Ruby in an exclusive interview about the final season and saying good-bye.

This interview is spoiler-free, but be sure to stay tuned for part two of the interview, which will be posted about week after the final season premieres.

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AMC+ 2021 Summer TCA Press Tour Panel Interview: KIN

AMC NetworksKIN, which premieres tomorrow, September 9th on AMC+, is an eight-part drama that follows a tightknit Irish crime family in Dublin, the Kinsellas, who ends up in the middle of a gangland war with an international drug cartel after a boy is killed. They may be out-numbered and out-gunned, but they have the unbreakable bond of family.

Recently, stars Charlie Cox, who plays Michael Kinsella, Aiden Gillen, who plays Frank Kinsella, and Clare Dunne, who plays Amanda Kinsella, and creator and showrunner Peter McKenna talked to the media during a panel as part of the TCA summer tour.

McKenna talked about setting the series in Dublin and a bit about the crime family that is presented and how it is similar to a New York crime family like the Sopranos. “It's set in Dublin.  It expands out from the docks, and we do visit other parts.  What we really were careful to do, I suppose, was present Dublin in a way that we hope hasn't been seen before in other TV shows or films.  So, we tried to pick locations in places that felt fresh and new. Are they like the Sopranos? The Dublin crime scene will be slightly different, I imagine, than the New York one, where in Dublin there's quite a lot of gangs. Some of them work together, some of them work against each other. So, it would be based more on a Dublin model of a family who were involved in crime who have an area within Dublin that's theirs, but by and large, until they're actually fighting with each other, a lot of these gangs work together, bring drugs in together. They end up falling out and killing each other and then forming new alliances. So, it's a slightly different model.

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Exclusive: Natalie Hilker and Angel Theory Talk The Walking Dead

Angel Theory and Nadia HilkerIn tonight’s all-new episode of The Walking Dead, Carol (Melissa McBridge), Kelly (Angel Theory), Magna (Nadia Hilker), and Rosita (Christian Serratos) go after the horses to bring them back to Alexandria. Magna also confronts Carol for keeping Kelly’s hopes up that her sister, Connie (Lauren Ridloff), will be found alive, thinking she needs to move on.

Earlier in the week, actresses Hilker and Theory talked to Jamie Ruby in an exclusive interview for SciFi Vision about what happens in the episode, how it may affect things moving forward, how Kelly is not limited by her hearing impairment, and more.

***Interview includes very slight spoilers***

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Exclusive: Christian Camargo On His Return to See

Christian CamargoThe series See, which recently returned to Apple TV+, takes place hundreds of years in the future after a virus has wiped out most of humanity, leaving the survivors without sight. When it was discovered that a few had the ability to see, Queen Kane (Sylvia Hoeks) declared it a heresy and sent her Witchfinder General, Tamacti Jun, played by Christian Camargo, to find and kill the sighted.

At the end of last season, after Queen Kane admitted to flooding the village and killing her subjects to save herself, Jun convinced Maghra (Hera Hilmar), the queen’s sister, to give her the ultimatum of abdication or death. Kane, however, convinced her sister they would rule together, and with the help of Boots (Frank Drameh), wounded Jun.

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Hulu 2021 Summer TCA Press Tour Panel Interview: Only Murders in the Building

HuluToday, Hulu premieres the new comedy series, Only Murders in the Building. The series follows a group of true crime fans who become unlikely friends when they stumble upon a murder of a fellow tenant and start their own true crime podcast. The series stars Steve Martin as washed-up 1980s television star Charles-Haden Savage, Martin Short as unemployed Broadway director Oliver Putnam, and Selena Gomez as home renovator Mabel Mora. The three also serve as executive producers.

The three stars, as well as executive producers John Hoffman and Dan Fogelman, recently talked to the press during a panel for the series as part of the TCA summer tour.

When talking about how the series came to fruition, Fogelman said that it was because of a lunch he had with Martin that he decided to move forward on the project, because he was still working on his series, This is Us. “I like to get really involved and be involved with the scripts and the edits, so it kind of took something special, and when Steve had said the idea, and the opportunity to work with these three guys, that was kind of the thing that moved it forward, not the fact that it was different or similar to the other show.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Maurice Dean Wint Talks SurrealEstate

Maurice Dean WintSurrealEstate, which airs Fridays on Syfy, follows a real estate team, led by Luke Roman (Tim Rozon), who specialize in selling homes that no one else can: those that frighten away buyers because they are haunted or posessed. The Roman Agency also includes team member August Ripley, played by Maurice Dean Wint, the technology specialist who always has a word of wisdom for the team.

Wint recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the series, including how he connects to the character, his favorite of his inventions, how he almost didn't take the role, and more.

Be sure to check out the transcript following the video interview, and stay tuned for part two!

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Exclusive: Billy Howle Talks The Beast Must Die Season Finale and Its Return for Season 2

Billy HowleTonight AMC aired the season one finale of the series The Beast Must Die. The six-part series, based on the novel by Cecil Day-Lewis, takes place after a young boy (William Llande) is killed in a hit-and-run. When the police investigation is dropped, the distraught mother, Frances (Cush Jumbo), decides to take matters into her own hands, and pretending to be a novelist researching her book, goes after the man she thinks is responsible (Jared Harris). However, when Detective Nigel Strangeways, played by Billy Howle, realizes that his department may be involved in covering up what really happened, he takes on the case.

Earlier in the season, Howle talked to Jamie Ruby in an exclusive interview about working on the series, including his favorite scene, his character's reaction to what happens in the finale, what's to come for his character in season two, and more.

The following interview contains spoilers for the season finale, so please watch before reading, and also be sure to check out part one of the interview.

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