Monday, January 10, 2011

Camelot - Video: First Look

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Camelot - First Look

A first look behind the scenes at the new Starz original series Camelot premiering April 1st at 10 pm e/p on Starz.

Cast includes Jamie Campbell Bower, Tamsin Egerton, Joseph Fiennes, Claire Forlani, Eva Green, Peter Mooney, Diarmaid Murtagh, Clive Standen and Philip Winchester.

Premieres April 1st 10pm e/p on Starz.

Camelot - Video: Series Trailer

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Camelot - Trailer

In the wake of King Uther's sudden death, the sorcerer Merlin has visions of a dark future and installs Arthur as king. But Arthur's cold and ambitious half sister Morgan will fight him to the bitter end for control of the crown. Faced with the challenge of uniting a kingdom broken by war and steeped in deception, Arthur will be tested beyond imagination. Starring Jamie Campbell Bower (Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, The Twilight Saga: New Moon) as King Arthur, Eva Green (The Golden Compass, Casino Royale) as Morgan and Joseph Fiennes ("Flash Forward", Shakespeare in Love) as Merlin.

Premieres April 1st 10pm e/p on Starz.

Mark Harmon - NCIS: Video: "Ships in the Night" Sneak Peek

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NCIS - Ships in the Night - Sneak Peek

Find out what Tony would be doing if he never became a cop. NCIS airs Tuesdays at 8/7c only on CBS!

Fringe - Sky1 Video: Jasika Nicole Video Interview

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Fringe: Jasika Nicole

Jasika Nicole reveals that that there's more than just science to Astrid Farnsworth.

NEW episodes of Fringe return on a new night, Friday, on January 21, 2011 on FOX.

Nathan Fillion - Castle: ABC Press Release: Fourth Season Pickup

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Monday, January 10, 2011
ABC Television Network



“Castle,” “Cougar Town,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Middle,” “Modern Family” And “Private Practice” Receive Early Pick-ups for the 2011-12 Season

ABC announced early pick-ups for the 2011-12 season of “Castle,” “Cougar Town,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Middle,” “Modern Family” and “Private Practice.”

A solid mix of promising new series and proven returning hits helped the network achieve a strong start to the 2010-11 TV season. Season to date among Adults 18-49, ABC delivers 4 of the Top 10 highest-rated TV shows, the most for any network, including the Top 2 scripted programs. In fact among young adults, the network claims TV’s No. 1 comedy (“Modern Family”), the No. 1 drama (“Grey’s Anatomy”) and the No. 1 unscripted series (“Dancing with the Stars”). In Total Viewers, the network airs 2 of the Top 4 programs, including America’s No. 1 most-watched TV show overall with “Dancing with the Stars.” Led by Emmy-winning “Modern Family,” ABC’s 2-hour Wednesday night comedy block continues to resonate with viewers in its second year, surging by 15% in Total Viewers and by 14% in the key Adult 18-49 sales demographic from the same point last season.



When viewers first met Richard Castle -- a famous mystery novelist and divorced father raising his teenage daughter, while being kept grounded by his Broadway diva mother -- he was creatively blocked. But when the NYPD questioned him in connection with a series of murders staged to imitate crime scenes from his books, Castle found inspiration in NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, a bright and aggressive homicide detective with a fascination for odd and offbeat cases stemming from the years-old unsolved murder of her own mother. Though they instantly clashed, sparks of another sort began to fly, leading both to danger and a hint of romance as Castle stepped in to help find the copycat killer. Once that initial case was solved, Castle and Beckett continued to investigate strange homicides in New York, combining Castle’s writer intuition and Beckett’s creative detective work.

The series stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as Detective Kate Beckett, Ruben Santiago-Hudson as NYPD Captain Roy Montgomery, Tamala Jones as Medical Examiner Lanie Parish, Jon Huertas as NYPD Detective Javier Esposito, Seamus Dever as NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle, with Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers.

“Castle” is produced by ABC Studios. Andrew Marlowe is creator/executive producer, with Rob Bowman, Laurie Zaks, David Amann and Armyan Bernstein also executive producers.

Merlin - Sci-Fi Talk: Merlin Season Three Preview Part 2 Audio Interviews

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Merlin Season Three Preview Part 2

Mon, 10 January 2011

Interviews with Anthony Stewart Head and Katie McGrath on the upcoming season and maybe a peek at season 4. Special thanks to the SyFy Channel and Gary Miereanu. Music is by Victor Stellar.


Merlin airs Friday 10pm on Syfy (US).

Morena Baccarin - V - Official Video Podcast 202

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Official V Video Podcast 202 - V

Original 'V' Star Jane Badler talks about her dramatic return, and Scott Wolf takes us to Comic-Con.

The Big Bang Theory - Video: "The Sheldon Rap"

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The Big Bang Theory - The Sheldon Rap

Check out Sheldon showing off his mad rapping skilz. Who knew he was such a rhythmic genius?! Don't miss new episodes of the Big Bang Theory Thursdays at 8pm on CBS!

Patricia Arquette - Medium - Video: "Labor Pains" Episode Trailer

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Medium - Labor Pains

A man desperately seeks Allison's help to determine the true nature of his wife's disappearance. Meanwhile, Joe and Allison become concerned when Marie breaks down during a spelling test on the next episode of Medium.

Guest stars include Amir Arison, Jillian Armenante and Carlos Jacott.

Being Human - Space Channel (Canada): InnerSPACE goes behind the scenes of Being Human

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InnerSPACE goes behind the scenes of Being Human

by: Pix

Make sure you tune to SPACE on Wednesday at 11E/P, when we’ll be airing a new half-hour InnerSPACE special on the re-imagined Being Human. I had a chat with Cameron Cale, who produced the special, on what we can expect from the special and the series.

Here are some highlights you can expect from the InnerSPACE: Being Human special Wednesday night:

* A breakdown the story and the character background for viewers new to the franchise.

* A close look at the relationship between the flatmates. “In an interview with Sam Witwer, who plays the vampire Aidan, he refers to his relationship with roomie Josh as that between AA buddies,” says Cameron.

* We also delve into the dynamic between Bishop and Aidan (specifically why the lead vampire wants Aidan back so badly)...

You can watch the InnerSPACE: Being Human special Wednesday at 11E/P. The new series Being Human Season 1 premieres Monday, January 17 at 10E/P.

Being Human also premieres in the US on Syfy on January 17 at 10/9C.

Game of Thrones - Collider: Sean Bean Interview

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Sean Bean Interview GAME OF THRONES

by Christina Radish Posted:January 9th, 2011

In HBO’s new epic fantasy series Game of Thrones, based on the best-selling books by George R.R. Martin and premiering on April 17th, actor Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings) plays Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark, a man from the north who is asked by King Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy) to come south and help run his kingdom after the questionable death of his right-hand man. The king is married to Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), of the wealthy and corrupt Lannisters, who has an agenda of her own, while the exiled teenage Princess Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and her brother Viserys (Harry Lloyd), whose family ruled the Kingdoms for many years, are looking to reclaim the throne.

While at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour, Sean Bean talked about returning to the fantasy genre, playing a powerful warrior hero in a story that is greatly epic in scope and his desire to continue exploring new characters without playing any one role for too long...

... Having been in The Lord of the Rings, and now doing this, was there any fear of being typecast as the powerful warrior, or is that a good thing to be typecast as?

BEAN: It’s a good thing to be typecast, isn’t it? I suppose it’s similar to The Lord of the Rings in its size, its quality, its magic and its danger. I happen to enjoy playing the kind of roles with riding horses, swinging swords, having fights, wearing wigs and growing beards, even though I don’t, first thing in the morning when it takes you about three hours to get ready. I do have affinity to that kind of role. I think the good thing about Game of Thrones is that there is such score for it. The Lord of the Rings was three films, and they thoroughly researched it, and it was very well-replicated on screen. But, with what (author) George [R.R. Martin] has created, it’s a very different world. It goes on much, much further and much longer, and there’s many more twists and turns, but I certainly enjoy this genre...

Games of Thrones premieres on HBO on April 17, 2011.

Human Target - TV Guide: Ask Matt January 10, 2011

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Ask Matt: Being Human, Closer, Bones, Cape, Spartacus and More!

Jan 10, 2011 by Matt Roush

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... Question: I've been trying to decide what I think of the changes to Human Target, to the point that I discussed it with my husband. You described it as "an OK thing," which I thought the show barely was last season; I kept watching mainly because I'm a sucker for Jackie Early Haley's work, and even last year I thought Guerrero was a great character. My impression is that the show must have improved this season because I find it more enjoyable than time filler-ish. Were the new characters needed? Yes and no. What was needed in my opinion was for us to have the sensation that the team was actually working together. To have Chance off risking his life with some random guest star every week with Winston and Guerrero stashed safely in some distant location just didn't work very well. And (forgive me, Valley fans) it's an awful lot to ask Mark Valley to carry that the show almost alone. They don't even ask Nathan Fillion to do that!

You like the boss; I'll tell you why they added Ames. They introduced Ames as someone who was aware, and in awe of, Guerrero's reputation. The twist is that she thinks ruthless little Guerrero is the cool one, not handsome, daring, caring Chance. Meanwhile, Guerrero is a bit annoyed by this intrusion into his ordered world. (Plus, her skills come in handy.) Personally, I think these particular characters provide some interesting relationship and interplay opportunities, so hopefully it will last long enough to explore some of these. Or at least until we find out who the plumber is. — Mary

Matt Roush: All excellent points, especially where the ensemble nature of the show is concerned. No slight to Mark Valley, but the show is better when the team is operating in tandem and everyone has something to do. Especially Guerrero, and I agree that he's this show's not-so-secret weapon. If Ames helps reinforce that notion, then all the better.

David Boreanaz - Bones: TV Guide: Ask Matt January 10, 2011

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Ask Matt: Being Human, Closer, Bones, Cape, Spartacus and More!

Jan 10, 2011 by Matt Roush

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... Question: I'm not enjoying Bones right now, and even that Brennan episode wasn't worth the wait, either, and it's all because of Hannah, that stupid new girlfriend of Booth's. She is ruining everything, the storyline is stupid, we don't get to see our favorite squints (Angela, Hodgins, Cam and Sweets) that much anymore, and Booth has become a real a-hole lately, and it's all because of this stupid Hannah. My question is: When is that stupid Hannah going to be leaving the show? I don't think I can take her any much longer and the show if she stays. Please tell me if my favorite show will be going back the way it was before, and that stupid Hannah will be leaving soon. — Marie

Matt Roush: So how are you liking that Hannah? (Kidding.) While I'm ambivalent at best about the character, I have to say my heart goes out to any actor who's put in such a hopelessly no-win situation. Even if they had cast a cross between Meryl Streep, Audrey Hepburn and Mother Teresa — which, quite clearly, they didn't — the fans would have hated her. Since I don't do a spoiler column, can't tell you how much longer Hannah is for Booth's world. But for the show's sake, I hope they have an exit strategy in place soon. Because frankly, I'm weary of all the predictable belly-aching.

Being Human - TV Guide: Ask Matt January 10, 2011

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Ask Matt: Being Human, Closer, Bones, Cape, Spartacus and More!

Jan 10, 2011 by Matt Roush

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... Question: I know you like the BBC version of Being Human, as do I. So I am curious if you have seen any previews of Syfy's version of Being Human. Are we looking at an Office-like success or a Coupling-like failure? I will take a peek. However, I am so in love with the original version, I am not sure if I can accept this version. — Pam

Matt Roush: I'm with you, Pam. I've seen three episodes of the Syfy remake, and while I tried my best to approach it with an open mind, I'm not sure I entirely succeeded. (Same thing happened when I watched episodes of MTV's truly lamentable remake of Skins and, to a lesser degree because I wasn't as familiar with the source material, Showtime's Shameless redo. This is probably not my favorite TV trend of the moment.) Of all the British-to-U.S. shows premiering this winter, I'm the most fond of BBC America's Being Human, so the bar is higher in accepting what seems a pale and unnecessary imitation. That said, many Syfy viewers are not likely to have seen the original, and the premise is so terrific that I'm betting many will be instantly hooked. For those who already love Being Human, it's harder to recommend the remake. I guess there are just enough tweaks to make it interesting, and it's possible that, as happened with NBC's The Office, the show will eventually forge an identity of its own. I plan to keep watching this version at least through the first season, but I feel like what I'm really doing is marking time until BBCA airs the new season of the superior original later this year.

Merlin - Syfy Video Clip : "Mandrake Root"

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MERLIN - Mandrake Root

Watch a clip from Episode 301 'The Tears of Uther Pendragon-Part 1'.

Part two of "The Tears of Uther Pendragon" airs Friday, January 14 10pm on Syfy (US).

Stargate Universe - Visual Effects Society: 9th Annual VES Awards Nominees Announced

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9th Annual VES Awards Nominees Announced

Los Angeles, January 10, 2011 - The Visual Effects Society (VES) today announced the nominees for the 9th Annual VES Awards ceremony recognizing outstanding visual effects artistry in 24 categories of film, animation, television, commercials and video games. Nominees were chosen Saturday, January 8 by numerous blue ribbon panels of VES members who viewed submissions at the FotoKem screening facilities in Burbank and San Francisco as well as at other facilities in London, Sydney and Vancouver.

The 9th Annual VES Awards will take place on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and will air exclusively on REELZCHANNEL Saturday, February 19, 2011 at 10p ET/PT with encore presentations throughout February.

EDIT: Feb 2 '11 - The VES Awards were announced and the award was presented to Caprica. Congratulations to the Caprica team and to all the nominees.

Nominees included:

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series



Michael Gibson VFX Producer, Gary Hutzel VFX Supervisor, Davey Morton VFX Artist, Jesse Toves CGI Artist


No Ordinary Family

Andrew Orloff VFX Supervisor, Curt Miller VFX Supervisor, Paul Linden VFX Supervisor, Scott Tinter VFX Producer



Andrew Orloff VFX Supervisor, Nathan Overstrom 2D Supervisor, Karen Czukerberg VFX Producer, Roberto Biagi VFX Supervisor


The Event

Victor Scalise Visual Effects Supervisor, Jason Spratt Visual Effects Producer, Diego Galtieri Compositor, Mike Enriquez Lead 3D Artist


Stargate: Universe

Mark Savela VFX Supervisor, James Rorick VFX Producer, Craig Vanden Biggelaar Digital Effects Supervisor, Adam de Bosch Kemper Lead Animator

For more information on the VES Awards, sponsorship and tickets, please visit

Stargate Universe - Video: Save Stargate Universe

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Save Stargate Universe

Facebook Page

Courtesy of Pop Culture Zoo, these are the people we need to send letters to and pimp SGU:

Mr. Mark Stern
Executive VP Original Programming, NBC Universal -- Syfy
100 Universal City Plaza
Bldg. 1400, 14th Floor
Universal City, CA 91608

Dave Howe
President, NBC Universal -- Syfy
30 Rockefeller Plaza, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10112

Thomas P. Vitale
Senior Vice President, Programming and Original Movies, NBC Universal -- Syfy
30 Rockefeller Plaza, 21st Floor
New York NY, 10112

Charles E. Cohen
Senior Executive Vice President, MGM Finance and Corporate Development
MGM Television Entertainment
10250 Constellation Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA, 90067

Dynamite Entertainment
155 E. 9th Ave, STE B
Runnemede, New Jersey 08078-1158
United States of America

OTHER CHANNELS TO CONTACT (this list will be updated frequently, so please keep checking back)
2230 E. Imperial Hwy
El Segundo, CA 90245

Steve Belgard
Starz Entertainment
8900 Liberty Circle
Englewood, CO

299 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2Z5

P.O. Box 9, Station 'O,'
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
M4A 2M9

1633 Broadway
New York, NY 10019

BBC America
7475 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 1100
Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: 1-212-777-2225




Game of Thrones - Access Hollywood: Sean Bean Video Interview

Source: Access Hollywood

Is Sean Bean ‘Game’ For ‘Thrones’?

Sean Bean sits down with Access to talk about how his new HBO series, “Game of Thrones,” compares to “Lord of the Rings.” Also, he describes his character Eddard “Ned” Stark. Plus, Sean talks about doing fight and horse training for the series, which premieres in April.

David Boreanaz - Bones: Video - "The Body in the Bag" Episode Trailer

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Bones: The Body in the Bag Episode Trailer

An unidentifiable body is discovered in the shower of an upscale home belonging to a young female socialite. With the help of nosey bones expert and Jeffersonian “squint” Clark Edison (guest star Byrd), skeletal reconstruction and evidence in the drain reveal that the victim was a young Chinese girl who was employed by a counterfeit handbag distributor. The team learns that the victim supplied counterfeit purses to her socialite acquaintance in a desperate effort to fit in with the hip, exclusive crowd, and after interrogating the self-centered socialite and sifting through footage on a hidden camera, they discover evidence linking them to the murderer. Meanwhile, Angela and Hodgins discuss their future home and where they want to raise a family, and Booth opens up to Hannah (guest star Winnick) about Brennan’s feelings for him.

Guest cast includes Katheryn Winnick, Eugene Byrd, Jack Yang, Elizabeth Sung and Eve Mauro.

Bones returns January 20th NEW TIMESLOT 9PM

Merlin - Show Patrol: Colin Morgan & Bradley James Interview

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Who is bossier on 'Merlin' set, Bradley James & Colin Morgan?

by Curt Wagner on 01.07.11

In Syfy's "Merlin," Prince Arthur constantly orders around his servant, Merlin. And, not realizing that the wizard-in-training often saves the king-to-be with magic, mocks Merlin when the boy appears to have screwed up mightily.

Things are probably a lot different on set of the British import, I'd say, after asking stars Colin Morgan and Bradley James who is bossier in real life.

"Definitely Colin," joked James, who plays Arthur. "I don't think there's any doubt about that."

Replied Morgan, laughing: "Yeah. Yeah. I'll have to agree with that [just] in case you boss me around."

James went on to suggest that he's actually a bit bossy while Morgan is the epitome of kindness. (Im guessing neither one gets to diva-like.)

"I think that even if I'd never bossed around anyone ever before, ever, I think it would still be me because Colin is quite saintly in his behavior," James told me during a recent conference call with other writers. "I think he could make Mother Teresa look like a product of the devil..."

Castle - Yahoo TV: What To Watch Monday - Jan 10 '11

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Yahoo TV: What to Watch Monday, January 10, 2011

A list of can't-miss hot shows, undiscovered gems and fan favorites ...



Monday at 10pm ET on ABC

Do you believe in magic? We'll find out whether Castle and Beckett do when the owner of a historic magic shop is found drowned in Houdini's famous water-torture tank. Gilles Marini ("Dancing With the Stars") guest stars as master magician Tobias Strange -- which is probably the best magician name ever.

Being Human - Daemon's TV: Mark Pellegrino Interview

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Exclusive: BEING HUMAN’s Mark Pellegrino Interview


Seemingly one of the busiest actors working in television, Mark Pellegrino has brought us some incredibly memorable characters. He was the mysterious Jacob on Lost, the diabolical Lucifer on Supernatural, and Rita’s abusive ex-husband Paul on Dexter. Soon he will be vampire leader and Boston cop Bishop on Syfy’s new series BEING HUMAN, the American take on the current UK hit series about a vampire, werewolf, and ghost trying to find their place in the world.

Daemon’s TV recently talked to Mark about playing Bishop and the challenges of re-imagining a popular British series, as well as about his thoughts on how Lost ended and why Paul maybe wasn’t such a bad guy after all...

... What can you tell us about Bishop, the character you play?

Mark Pellegrino: Bishop is a very old vampire. He was turned in the 1600s in England and came over to the New World before the Revolutionary War to make his bones and his mark in the world. He has become the vampire boss of Boston. The vampire world is kind of organized the way that the mafia is, in families that govern each other. He’s become the overlord of Boston, so to speak. He turned Aidan, one of the main characters of the story, and Aidan has since had second thoughts about his lifestyle and is trying desperately to change it and I’m trying desperately to bring him back in the fold.

I’m assuming that Aidan is not the only vampire you’ve turned. What makes him so special that you want to bring him back into the fold?

Mark Pellegrino: Well, I’m hesitant to say because I want people to find out a little bit more about it, but suffice it to say that Aidan is an extraordinary character and has the brawn and brains to achieve my ends the way that I need them to be achieved, in addition to a couple of other things that I don’t want to say because I think they’ll be revealed in the show...

Being Human premieres on Syfy Monday, January 17 at 9pm eastern/8pm central.

Warehouse 13 - Syfy (Australia): Joanne Kelly Interview

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Interview With Joanne Kelly From Warehouse 13!

News Monday, January 10 by Captain

Everyone loves Myka Bering.

As a stunningly gorgeous super-model come Secret Service agent, Joanne Kelly is alluring, to say the least. As a goofy tom-boy, she's endlessly endearing. Put the two qualities together and you have one of the most fascinating mixtures of character on any show on TV, let alone Sci Fi.

It's no surprise that Joanne, and her partner in crime, Eddie McClintock, have created a unique chemistry, making the show the highest rated on Syfy US. Referred to as a 'thrilleromedy" by creator Jack Kenny, Warehouse 13 provides action and laughs in equal measures, as well as an intriguing look into the past that might have been.

You may have already seen our interview with Eddie McClintock, and with Saul Rubinek, but the one that gets most requested is the statuesque Joanne Kelly. We managed to track her down over the Christmas break, and we've come up trumps!

Make sure you catch Warehouse Season 2, Fridays at 8:30pm [in Australia].

And now... Joanne!

... Working on a Sci Fi show presents some actors with a new set of challenges. What's the most invigorating part of working on Warehouse 13?

JK: "Being an actor on Warehouse 13 is like walking a tightrope. There's stunts, a lot of green screen, and it can be over the top and silly at times. But the most fun for me as an actor are the bits where I get to do real scenes.

Within that crazy sci fi universe, all of the actors on our show manage to find these little moments between our characters where they connect. At the start of season one, we meet these people who are thrown together under extraordinary circumstances and through the past two seasons we really find them developing into a family. Finding those little moments- that emotional truth - is where I have the most fun as an actor..."

Stargate Universe - SciFi and TV Talk: Val Halverson Interview

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Stargate Universe's Val Halverson - Universal Apparel


Val Halverson's photo courtesy of Joseph Mallozzi's blog

Having worked on both Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis, costume designer Val Halverson had plenty of experience under her proverbial belt when tasked with putting together the onscreen attire for the cast of Stargate Universe. There is, however, one slight difference between this series and its two predecessors in that most of the action takes place onboard the Ancients starship Destiny where our heroes are marooned. As a result of their predicament, they pretty much have had to make due with only the clothes on their backs.

“I saw that as a unique challenge,” says Halverson, sitting in her office on the Bridge Studios’ lot in Burnaby, British Columbia. “We knew, of course, ahead of time that these characters were going to be stranded on the Destiny, so for me that meant coming up with costumes that had depth as well as texture, not to mention a great look. So I just layered our actors up quite a bit, from the main cast right down to the background performers, so that they all had different looks within the same basic costume.

“That was something that I discussed a great deal with [series co-creators/executive producers] Brad Wright and Robert Cooper insofar as keeping the wardrobe interesting but still changing it up from time to time, starting with our number one on the call sheet, Robert Carlyle. We were so fortunate to get such a talented actor to play Dr. Nicholas Rush and I have to say that his character’s look has been quite fun to come up with. I began having a dialogue with Robert through e-mails before we even met, and I found out that the two of us were on the same page. We knew that Rush was a professor who was brilliant and not cantankerous but quite sure of himself..."

Additionally, Val Halverson maintains a costume blog at the official MGM Stargate site.

Haven - The SciFi Guys: Lucas Bryant Audio Interview - Wed Jan 12 '11

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Haven - The SciFi Guys: Audio Interview Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Haven show creators, Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn, and actor Lucas Bryant (Nathan Wuornos) are featured in an audio interview at 8pm GMT.