Exclusive: Christian Borle Talks Prodigal Son's Friar Pete and More

Christian BorleTonight, an all-new episode of Prodigal Son aired on FOX, entitled, “You can Run…” The series follows NYPD profiler Malcolm Bright, whose father, Martin Whitly, is the serial killer who called himself “The Surgeon.” Whitly often gave Bright advice and insight to help solve the cases he worked until last week’s episode when he escaped from Claremont Psychiatric Facility, along with two other inmates, Friar Pete, played by Christian Borle, and Hector (Armando Acevedo).

Borle talked to SciFi Vision on Friday in an exclusive post-mortem interview about the episode, working on the show, and more.

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Exclusive: Nick Stahl Talks Fear the Walking Dead

Nick StahlTonight, AMC aired the newest episode of Fear the Walking Dead, “The Holding.” In the episode, Alicia (Alycia Debnam-Carey), Luciana (Danay Garcia), and Wes (Colby Hollman) are brought into the underground compound they secretly approached where they plan to find out more about the group that have been leaving the spray-painted messages. The doomsday group turns out to be more of a cult, and we are introduced to the character of Riley, played by Nick Stahl, who works under the leader, Teddy (John Glover).

Friday, Stahl talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive post-mortem interview about the episode, his character, and what fans can expect.

***Note there are spoilers for 611, “The Holding,” in the following interview. Please watch the episode before reading.***

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Interview: Greg Nicotero and Dana Gould Talk Creepshow Season 2 Finale

Greg Nicotero and Dana GouldToday Shudder released the season two finale of Creepshow, “Night of the Living Late Show.” The episode, written by Dana Gould and directed by Greg Nicotero, follows Simon (Justin Long), who has invented a virtual reality device that enables him to enter his favorite films. However, things don’t go according to plan when his virtual reality bleeds into his real life.

Nicotero and Gould recently took part in a round table with journalists to discuss the episode, how it was made, and much more about the series.

In the episode, Simon enters the movie Horror Express, and the integration of Justin’s character has been done so well, it’s difficult to tell it’s not part of the original film. Gould talked to SciFi Vision about choosing the parts of the movie that they used. “I had an idea for the story, and then I had to watch Horror Express, which I had seen, of course, but to see where I could physically put an actor in a way that would interact. So, the movie sort of dictated what the scenes were. That's the fun of writing a script like this; it’s backwards. You have to almost write it [backwards]; it’s backwards engineering. It looks seamless, because, I mean, aside from the technical brilliance that Greg brought to it, in terms of the script, I worked backwards. I found dialogue from the movie that worked, and then I found a way to write the script around it.”

Nicotero explained some of the specifics of putting it together to the site. “…When Dana sent the script, there were specific time codes of like, okay, so if Justin's talking here, then we use this time code from one minute, nine seconds to one minute, fourteen seconds. So, it really was a really complicated jigsaw puzzle.”

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Exclusive: Bellamy Young Talks Prodigal Son & What's Next for Jessica

Bellamy YoungProdigal Son, which aired tonight on FOX, follows Malcolm Bright (Tom Payn), an NYPD criminal profiler, whose father, Martin Whitly (Martin Sheen), a serial killer known as “The Surgeon,” sometimes helps from prison to consult on difficult cases. In the newest episode, Jessica Whitly, played by Bellamy Young, starts delving into her husband’s past to prepare to write her tell-all book. Things, however, don’t go as expected when she arrives at the prison in the middle of Martin putting his plans into motion.

Yesterday, Young talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive post-mortem interview about the events of the episode, what they could mean for the Whitly family, Jessica’s relationship with Gil (Lou Diamond Phillips) and more.

***Note there are spoilers for 2.10, “Exit Strategy,” in the following interview. Please watch the episode before reading.***

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Exclusive: Fear the Walking Dead's Rubén Blades on Daniel's Mental State and What it Means

Rubén BladesOn tonight’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead on AMC, when Strand (Colman Domingo), Sherry (Christine Evangelista) and the rest of the other group came to visit Morgan (Lennie James)’s new safe haven, Morgan left Daniel, played by Rubén Blades, in charge of keeping the peace between the visitors and Dakota (Zoe Colletti). However, things did not go to plan when dynamite went off and walkers got in. To make matters worse, all the weapons, including those confiscated from the visitors when they arrived, disappeared.

On Friday, Blades, who also recently released the album Salswing! with Robert Delgado and Orchestra, talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive post-mortem interview about the events of episode, what they mean to Daniel moving forward, if fans can trust what’s happening, and more.

Salswing! is now available on on digital platforms.

***Note there are spoilers for 6.10, “Handle with Care,” in the following interview. Please watch the episode before you read it.***

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Exclusive: Nikole Beckwith Talks Together Together, In Theaters Today

Nikole BeckwithToday, the film Together Together, starring Ed Helms and Patti Harrison, comes to theaters nationwide with a digital release May 11th. The movie, which was written and directed by Nikole Beckwith, follows Matt (Helms), a single man in his 40s, who chooses the much younger Anna (Harrison) to be his surrogate. The two develop an unexpected friendship as they face the ups and downs of surrogacy.

Beckwith recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about the film, including where the idea came from, working with Helms and Harrison, and more.

**Be warned there are some spoilers in the following interview**

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Exclusive: Keiko Ageno Talks Prodigal Son and Romance for Edrisa

Keiko AgenaTonight, an all-new episode of Prodigal Son aired on FOX. The series follows Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne), a criminal profiler who works at the NYPD. His father, a serial killer (Michael Sheen), sometimes helps him from prison with the more difficult cases.

In this week’s episode, the case hits close to home for the medical examiner, Edrisa, played by Keiko Agena, when a member of her internet sleuthing group is found murdered.

Yesterday, Agena talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the series, Edrisa’s love life, and more.

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Interview: Christopher Meloni, Dick Wolf, and Ilene Chaiken Talk Law and Order: Organized Crime

Law and Order: Organized CrimeAt the beginning of the month, NBC premiered the newest spinoff in the franchise, Law and Order: Organized Crime. Law and Order: Special Victims Unit served as a back door pilot for the series. Christopher Meloni returns to star as Elliot Stabler. After his wife is killed in a car bombing, Elliot return to the NYPD to battle organized crime as part of a task force working against powerful crime syndicates.

Recently, star Meloni, along with creator and executive producer Dick Wolf and executive producer and showrunner Ilene Chaiken, took part in a virtual press conference to talk about the series.

Be sure to check out the full transcript below and don’t forget to watch Law and Order: Organized Crime Thursdays on NBC.

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Video Interview: Joseph Lee Anderson and Matthew Willig Talk Young Rock

Young RockThe comedy series Young Rock, which is based on the life of professional wrestler and actor, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, follows him as he takes part in interviews while running for president in 2032. Each interview leads to a flash back episode of him growing up as a ten-year-old, a high school student, and a college student.

Joseph Lee Anderson plays the part of Dwayne’s father and professional wrestler, Rocky Johnson. Matthew Willig plays the role of wrestler André the Giant, who was always around Dwayne growing up.

Anderson and Willig recently talked to the press during a junket promoting the series about their preparation for their roles, using improvisation, and more.

Be sure to watch our part of the video interview below.

The actors talked to SciFi Vision about the preparationthat they needed for playing real people. Anderson said, “Prep wise, the look was a big thing. I gained about thirty pounds lifting, wanting to look as muscular and big as possible. I was watching a lot of his matches on YouTube. I got to have some really, really good talks with Dwayne, just trying to get whatever I could get my hands on as far as Rocky Johnson. Then, I had to remember that it's a comedy and to bring some of my own funny to it.”

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Video Interview: Stars Ryan Eggold and Jocko Sims Talk New Amsterdam

New AmsterdamThe NBC medical drama, New Amsterdam, which is now in its third season, is based on the novel Twelve Patients: Life and Death at Bellevue Hospital by Eric Manheimer. The series starts when the main character, Max Goodwin, played by Ryan Eggold, who is based on Manheimer himself, becomes the medical director of the New Amsterdam Medical Center and wants to change the way patients receive care. Jocko Sims plays the role of Dr. Floyd Reynolds, head of the Cardiac Surgical Department.

Eggold and Sims recently talked to journalists during a junket about working on the series, how they are inspired by their characters, and more.

Be sure to check out our portion of the video interview below.

The actors talked to SciFi Vision about what they learned from their characters that affected them or changed their lives the most.  Eggold told the site, “It’s a lot of things. I mean, this character is based off of Eric Mannheimer. [He] was a real guy who was a very altruistic, thoughtful guy, very human, very warm. [He] always wanted to be connected to his patients and his fellow doctors and things and, actually, sincerely wanted to create change, positive, forward change, which those people are so few and far between.

“So, to emulate someone like that just inspires you to want to be that way, to want to be more thoughtful, to want to listen and pay attention more, and to ask yourself, ‘How can I be less focused on myself and more focused on other folks and helping and things like that?’

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