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Link: Joseph Mallozzi talks “We Voted Not to Space You”

From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:

Link: Joseph Mallozzi talks “We Voted Not to Space You”
“Priority number one for them is to find out what the hell is mysterious key in their possession and why Reynaud (Inga Cadranel) wants it so badly …. Before that we’re going to find out what the hell is up with Nyx. We’re going to get her story, and then episode six and seven will end in shocking fashion.” Continue reading.

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Link: Killjoys: Michelle Lovretta talks “Meet the Parents”

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Killjoys: Michelle Lovretta talks “Meet the Parents”
“I doff my hat to Adam Barken on this puppy, that scene is all beautiful alchemy between his hilarious writing, Aaron’s spot on acting, and our director Jeff Renfroe’s comic timing. The thing I love most about that scene, though, is when it turns serious. God do Sarah’s expressions ever break my heart, when she finally gets up the gumption to ask for her mom’s forgiveness and just gets one more rejection.” Continue reading.

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Link: Unconditional Love – Interview with Killjoys’ Rob Stewart

From Steve Eramo of Scifi and TV Talk:

Link: Unconditional Love – Interview with Killjoys’ Rob Stewart
“I’m a father myself, so I feel very comfortable playing a father/child dynamic. Even though this is a twisted version of parenthood, I played Khlyen as a father because I didn’t know any better, right? Obviously, back then we didn’t know what he was to Yalena.” Continue reading.

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Link: Dark Matter: Zoie Palmer previews upgrade for the Android

From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:

Link: Dark Matter: Zoie Palmer previews upgrade for the Android
“It was great. Like anything, any time you get to do something other than [what you normally do], especially on a series where you’re doing the same character for such a long time. I’ve been doing series for awhile now in different capacities, so any time they throw you a curve ball for me it’s fantastic, scary–for an actor–and just fun.” Continue reading. 

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