Wayward Sisters: The ladies of Supernatural get some love with a backdoor spin-off

Wayward Sisters: The ladies of Supernatural get some love with a backdoor spin-off

26 Jul, 2017

Supernatural gives its ladies some love with a backdoor spin-off featuring four of its most popular female characters.

SDCC 2017: Trailer for the Second half of Preacher’s Season 2 Released

SDCC 2017: Trailer for the Second half of Preacher’s Season 2 Released

22 Jul, 2017

Preacher fans rejoice and enjoy the new teaser sermon from the second half of season 2.

INTERVIEW: ‘Supernatural’ Season 12 Returns to its Roots

INTERVIEW: ‘Supernatural’ Season 12 Returns to its Roots

13 Oct, 2016

We sat down with the Supernatural cast to get some info on how the series will return to the most important part of the story they’ve been telling us for 11 years now; A story about family.

‘Lucifer’ Cast Teases More Devilish Fun in Season 2

‘Lucifer’ Cast Teases More Devilish Fun in Season 2

20 Sep, 2016

The wait is nearly over, and Lucifer returns tonight on Fox in the US at 9/8c. When we last saw our favorite fallen angel he was dealing with the betrayal of his best friend, Maze, trying to understand just why he’s physically (and emotionally?) vulnerable when around his partner, Chloe, and the ever unraveling relationship with his angel sibling, Amenadiel. Oh, and there was that thing about his mother breaking out of prison in Hell, but I’m sure that was nothing really important. We sat down with Lucifer himself, Tom Ellis, and his drop dead gorgeous TV Mother, Tricia Helfer, along with Lesly-Ann Brandt, D.B. Woodside, newcomer Aimee Garcia, and Executive Producer Joe Henderson at this years San Diego Comic Con to get a tease of what fans should expect from the second series of this devilish...

‘Mr. Robot’s’ Stars on Consequences of S1 Story Arc

‘Mr. Robot’s’ Stars on Consequences of S1 Story Arc

20 Aug, 2016

We sat down at SDCC (San Diego Comic Con) with cast members Rami Malek, Christian Slater, Carly Chaikin, Portia Doubleday, and Grace Gummer to talk about the shows cultural impact, the strong female characters in the series, and just where we might see the story go as Season 2 progresses.

‘The Flash’ cast talk the ‘Flashpoint’ fallout

‘The Flash’ cast talk the ‘Flashpoint’ fallout

11 Aug, 2016

We sat down with the cast of The Flash at SDCC 2016 to talk about the upcoming 3rd series of the show.

Her Universe at SDCC 2015

Her Universe at SDCC 2015

29 Jun, 2015

Thought the designs shown at last year’s Her Universe fashion show at SDCC were amazing? You should see what they have in store this year! Take a sneak peek at some of the clothes that’ll be on the geeky catwalk this year…

SDCC 2014: Interview with the Cast & Creators of Orphan Black

SDCC 2014: Interview with the Cast & Creators of Orphan Black

7 Aug, 2014

Continuing the SDCC goodness, we had the pleasure of chatting with the cast of BBC America’s amazing sci-fi drama, Orphan Black. The sleeper hit of last season, the talented actors and actresses (clones and non-clones alike) were in high-demand this year, with some new additions getting to experience the absolute madness that is Comic Con. Check out our video interviews with cast members Ari Millen, Kristian Bruun, Dylan Bruce, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Jordan Gavaris and last but not least, Tatiana Maslany. We also chatted with creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett about the upcoming Orphan Black comic among other things: Video Credit: Sharlene Mousfar Interviewer: Sharlene...

SDCC 2014: Interviews with the Cast & Creators of Outlander

SDCC 2014: Interviews with the Cast & Creators of Outlander

6 Aug, 2014

Continuing our Outlander coverage, we had the pleasure of chatting with the cast and creators about what the journey to making the show a reality has been like. The overarching sentiment was one of excitement – they are thrilled at how the show is being received and getting to meet the fans who’ve supported this series since 1991. We also talked about what it’s been like filming in Scotland and what makes this story such a compelling one to tell onscreen. First up, we chatted with the visionaries who brought Jamie and Claire into being on the page and the silver screen, author Diana Gabaldon and creator Ron D Moore. Of the fan reaction, Gabaldon said: “They laughed in the right places, they gasped in the right places..” and “It’s a lot of fun to share it with them and feel their reactions.” When it came to the pressures of having that massive fanbase already in place, Moore mentioned that the “whole production felt the responsibility with what we’re trying to do.” Listen to what else they had to say below including why Claire is from the 1940’s:   Next was Tobias Menzies, the man who arguably plays one of the most hated characters of the Outlander books – Jonathan “Black Jack” Randall and his 1940’s descendant, Frank Randall, husband of Claire. Not to worry though – Menzies is nothing like Black Jack! He talked to us about the fact that in the first book, Frank’s not around all that much so it’s hard to understand why Claire loves him so much. The great thing about the show is that that we’ll get to see more of Frank than what’s in the books, which was great news among other things – take a listen:   There’s pretty much no argument when it comes to who everyone’s favorite Sassenach and dashing Scottish Highlander are: Claire Randall and Jamie Fraser, better known as Catriona Balfe and Sam Heughan. At their first Comic-Con, Catriona mentioned that there’s “a lot of coffee going on!” while Sam likened the geek extravaganza as “a bit of a marathon” and “it’s a bit of a whirlwind.” The two also talked about fans coming to watch filming in Scotland and how...

SDCC 2014: Outlander Has Tartan Carpeted Debut at Comic-Con

SDCC 2014: Outlander Has Tartan Carpeted Debut at Comic-Con

2 Aug, 2014

The Outlander novels by Diana Gabaldon have been in television and film limbo for 20 years. Say what? It’s not that hard to believe though – the story of Claire Beauchamp Randall and her time-traveling adventure is a complex and multi-faceted one. The (currently) 8-book series is a mix of genres – sci-fi, history, romance & drama – and it would be difficult to pay proper homage to in any other medium than in the format and freedom of a premium cable show. Whether or not the show follows the successes of other book-to-TV series like Game of Thrones is one thing – if you’re a fan of the books like myself, you probably believe (and hope) that it will. But the other is wondering it will grab hold of those who are unfamiliar with the plot. Outlander follows Claire, a 1940’s married combat nurse, who is mysteriously swept back in time to 18th Century Scotland. Upon her arrival, she is thrown into an unknown world where everything she’s ever known is threatened. Certain circumstances force her to marry a young chivalrous Scottish warrior named Jamie Fraser. Igniting a passionate relationship, Claire’s heart is torn between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives. I was very excited to see Starz pull out the tartan carpet for the show at San Diego Comic Con this year and even go above and beyond what they had done for Black Sails and Da Vinci’s Demons at previous Comic-Con’s. Fans had the chance to visit Castle Leoch on the exhibition floor, passing a forgotten picnic and a missing person’s flyer for Claire. Folks dolled up in 1940’s clothes handed out passes to the premiere and upon passing through the stones of Craigh na Dun, kilted Highlanders and kerchiefed lasses greeted you in 18th Century Scotland. Inside, you could view actual set pieces flown in from Scotland such as Claire’s Apothecary and her desk. More photos from the exhibition floor can be found here: But that was just the beginning of the Outlander goodness in store that weekend! Typically, Starz has the casts of their shows appear for a short period to take photos with the booth display but this year went above-and-beyond, having the...