Note from the editor: I have included interviews under exclusive if they are private or one-on-one or in person interviews. These were not part of press conference calls or group discussions. These are exclusives that are currently published here at SciFi Vision or as part of one of SciFi Vision's own podcasts, or in some early cases at Media Blvd. Magazine.

I also have chosen to include some interviews from press events that are only open to a select few and not the general press or public, such as convention press rooms and everything from the Syfy Digital Press Tours, set tours, etc. as although they are not entirely exclusive, they do contain exclusive photos and sometimes videos that no other site has (I have started to mark some of these as "Spotlight" as opposed to "Exclusive, but they still remain in this category"), or may be about my own experiences only at the events. Note that in a few specific cases, the set tours were exclusive and specifically for SciFi Vision.

All of the articles unless otherwise noted were written by me, Jamie Ruby, and are copyright © 2017 Sci-Fi Vision. If you would like to post an article on your own site, please let us know first. Please do not use any of the exclusive photos or videos on your own site without permission (it will usually be given). You can find the rest of our published articles, including both interviews and reviews under articles.

Exclusive Video Interview: Kevin Pollak & Caroline Aaron Talk The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. MaiselThe Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is sadly coming to an end, but the memories will live on forever, especially for the cast. Each and every one of them has had amazing moments on the show, both on and off camera. 

“There is no favorite singular moment for me,” Kevin Pollak said in a recent interview with SciFi Vision. “[There are] too many, from being on the phone call with Amy and Dan in the very beginning and them explaining what they thought their show [was] going to be and what it might mean to me to be a part of it, to reading the first script, to being on the set with these actors for the first time, to seeing Bill's production design and Donna's wardrobe and David Mullen’s cinematography and Jim McConkey with his incredible Steadicam work, and every department head is insanely talented. These actors are ridiculous and also beautiful people. So, [if there’s] one moment you're looking for, it’s been six years of heaven, and damnit if some people think it's over. I don’t.” 

Caroline Aaron echoes his sentiments but adds that a certain drive through the Catskills will always remain on her mind. 

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Exclusive Video Interview: Single Drunk Female Costars Dish on Season Two

Single Drunk FemaleFreeform’s Single Drunk Female may be a comedy, but it always reminds us that getting sober is a serious and sometimes selfish business. Last season, Sam (Sofia Black-D'Elia) had to really focus on herself and learn to avoid the people and situations that triggered her drinking, which wasn’t too hard for someone as naturally self-absorbed as Sam.   

But last week’s season premiere finds Sam with 18 months of sobriety under her belt, a feeling like she has a life worth celebrating. She’s starting to think outside herself and rebuild healthy relationships. This is great news for viewers, as Sam takes more of an interest in other people, and we get to see more of her friends and family.

SciFi Vision recently got the lowdown on season two from costars stars Sasha Compère (Love Life, Miracle Workers), Lily Mae Harrington (Some Freaks, Room 104) and Garrick Bernard (best known as a standup comedian and writer for Star Trek: Lower Decks).

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Exclusive Video Interview: Single White Female's Ian Gomez

Ian GomezFans of Freeform’s hit comedy Single Drunk Female have waited a year to find out what happened after that wild season finale. Quick recap: Sam (Sofia Black-D’Elia, The Mick) completed probation, James (Garrick Bernard, Quinta vs. Everything) relapsed, and Britt (Sasha Compere, Love Life)'s wedding night did not go as planned. Well, the wait is over! Season two premieres tonight at 10 pm EDT/PDT, with new episodes weekly. And for all the streamers out there, the entire 10-episode season is available on Hulu tomorrow.

As the season opens, Sam’s got a year and a half of sobriety under her belt. She’s working a steady job and still living at home with her mom. Ian Gomez (Cougar Town) has been elevated to series regular, which means we’re going to see more of Bob this season. He has moved into the house with Carol (Ally Sheedy) and Sam, and he’s trying to find his place in their family. Last week, we caught up with Gomez and asked him what’s in store for the trio.

“Bob has moved into the house with Carol,” Gomez told us, “but not really, actually moved in. Carol's very particular, and so basically, he's living in the garage. He sleeps in the house, but all of his stuff is in the garage. He's starting his business again, of being a personal trainer, and that's taking place in the garage as well. So, he's kind of moved in [but] Carol's not really having it that much.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Martin Gero on Quantum Leap’s High-Stakes Season Finale

Martin GeroTonight, on the season finale of Quantum Leap, Ben (Raymond Lee) leaps to a dark future to get some words of wisdom from Ian (Mason Alexander Park) before the next leap takes him close to home. As the team faces off with Leaper X (Walter Perez), can Ben save the love of his life (Caitlin Bassett) without jeopardizing everyone’s present and future? 

Last week, the showrunner of the series, Martin Gero, spoke with SciFi Vision about some of the choices made this season, as well as the upcoming season finale and what fans can expect.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Ride Stars Jake Foy, Sara Garcia, & Tyler Jacob Moore

RideHallmark Channel’s new original primetime series, Ride, premieres tonight. The western series follows the matriarch of the small-town ranching family the McMurrays (Nancy Travis) and her sons and daughter in-law (Tiera Skovbye) as they struggle to keep the ranch afloat after a tragic accident.

Recently SciFi Vision spoke with cast members Jake Foy, who plays singer and bullfighter Tuff McMurray, Sara Garcia, who plays Valeria Galindo, a one-time runaway who has become a part of the family, and Tyler Jacob Moore, who plays Gus Booker, who is interested in investing in the ranch and also is one of the love interests of the lead, Missy McMurray (Skovbye). The three talked about working on the series, including what attracted them to the series,  their favorite scenes, ranching, what they learned from working on the show, and more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Quantum Leap’s Caitlin Bassett on Working with Brandon Routh, Filming on a Real Battleship, & More

Caitlin BassettTonight, NBC premieres the all-new episode of Quantum Leap entitled “S.O.S.” During the episode, Ben (Raymond Lee) leaps onto a naval battleship during war games in 1989. During the leap, Ben meets commanding officer XO Alexander Augustine (Brandon Routh) – Addison (Caitlin Bassett)’s father. Ben must not only contend with the XO but also with a rescue mission and their stubborn Captain (Alex Carter), all while being careful not to start a war.

Last week, SciFi Vision spoke with star Bassett where she talked about working with Routh on the episode, filming on a real battleship, how trust plays a role in the leaps, what guest star she’d love to see, and more, as well as teased what’s to come later in the season.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Deborah Pratt on Directing Quantum Leap, a Possible Feature Film for the Series, & More

Deborah PrattTonight, NBC premieres an all-new episode of Quantum Leap with “Family Style.” In the episode, Ben (Raymond Lee) leaps into the daughter of an Indian family who’s struggling to pay back a debt. With the help of Addison (Caitlin Bassett), he must work to stop their family restaurant from burning down, while also helping the mother of the family connect with her daughters. In doing so, it may even help him to heal. Meanwhile, Magic (Ernie Hudson) and Jenn (Nanrissa Lee) share with Ian (Mason Alexander) what they discovered about the leaper, who must come to terms with it.

Tonight’s episode was directed by Deborah Pratt, who is not only an executive producer on the series, but was co-creator, an executive producer, and head writer on the original Quantum Leap as well, having written twenty-five of the episodes. She was also the original voice of Ziggy. Recently, Pratt spoke with SciFi Vision about directing an episode of Quantum Leap season, which she has wanted to do since the original series and was finally able to achieve.

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Exclusive Video Interviews: Showrunners & Stars of The Ark, Premiering Tonight on Syfy

The ArkThe all-new series The Ark, which premieres tonight on Syfy, takes place one hundred years in the future when work towards planetary colonization has begun in order to save the human race. The first ship has been sent through space, Ark One, but over a year before arrival on the planet, something happens to the ship causing many lives to be lost. All of those in charge have been killed, leaving an unprepared international crew, with quickly dwindling food and supplies, to survive and reach the planet.

The series was created by Dean Devlin, and both he and Jonathan Glassner serve as showrunners.

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Exclusive: Annabeth Gish on Filming Tonight's Mayfair Witches, Her Return to The X-Files, & More

Annabeth GishBased on the best-selling trilogy, Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches premiered last week on AMC. The series follows Rowan Fielding (Alexandria Daddario), a neurosurgeon who discovers that she comes from a family of powerful witches.

Annabeth Gish plays the role of Deidre Mayfair, Rowan’s biological mother. The actress was very familiar with the book series, having read them when they first were released. “I just was so fascinated and intrigued by this particular world of Anne Rice in The Witching Hour, that I even wanted to option it to play Rowan,” the actress told SciFi Vision during a recent interview. “…It was mystical and ethereal, but also [had] female empowerment and intellect. So, it had all of these elements that I was fascinated by and still am.”

The role came with a lot of physical challenges, as for a lot of it, Deidre is catatonic and confined to a wheelchair. Gish also had to wear contacts that were hard to see through.  

When it came to what she connected to with the character, it was the fact that Deirdre, like Gish, is a mother. “At the beginning, she is a victim, but then she's reawakened with her power through a monstrous force,” she explained. “So, yes, there are lots of things to get through with Deirdre, but the goal of seeking her daughter and the empowerment of finding Rowan is the motivating factor, and as a mother, I certainly can relate to that.”

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Exclusive Video Interview: Stars Barnes & Rodriquez on the Return of Fantasy Island

Kiara Barnes & John Gabriel RodriquezTonight, Fantasy Island finally returns to FOX for its second season. Last May, SciFi Vision spoke with stars Kiara Barnes, who plays Ruby, and John Gabriel Rodriquez, who plays Javier, about what fans could expect for their characters in season two.

“For my character, you're going to see the relationship between he and Roarke (Roselyn Sanchez) develop,” teased Rodriquez. “We ended last season on kind of a what if, and we're going to see that relationship just really grow. There's also, as a tease, a new character that comes to the island and to Javier's life, and it's extremely impactful, and it impacts all the relationships on the island.”

“For me, we pick up to see Ruby's relationship with Dr. Gina (Gabriela Z. Hernandez),” Barnes told SciFi Vision. “It's interesting, because I feel like Ruby, at the end of last season, was like, ‘I got this. Everything's figured out. I could do this super easy.’ Then, the next season starts, [and] it's whole new life lessons coming forward, and she quickly finds out that she does not have it all figured out and what the 20s really is. For her to relive this again, and being her truest self, reliving this age again, of course, it's going to be completely different than what she had previously lived.”

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