From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:
Link: Dark Matter: Joseph Mallozzi talks “Welcome to Your New Home”
“I wanted to create a show where there’s a revelation in every episode and each episode builds on the next. It’s a show that you want to tune into and watch rather than sit and wait because you don’t want to be spoiled.” Continue reading.
Melissa O’Neil, Melanie Liburd & Roger Cross – Dark Matter
“The character of Nyx like she comes in and she’s like, she is strong and powerful and Mel brings like this natural sexiness. So I think it would be it would be crazy for there not to be someone drawn to her character. And I think like in terms of friction-friction, everybody comes with their own set of baggage. And for her to come onto the ship with whatever ends up being her baggage, it’s deciding whether or not the crew of the Raza wants to help her. ” Continue reading.
From Tom Gardiner of ThreeIfBySpace:
Dark Matter Interview: Two, Six & Nix, Part 2
“He is trying to do the right thing. He’s trying to be the authority figure that he discovered that he is. He is a cop, he swore an oath to uphold the law and protect people. And so it’s kind of like what is the higher calling to uphold, this law that’s set out by a bunch of hypocrites that are doing it to control people and make themselves more powerful and wealthy, or do I uphold the greater law of taking care of people and doing the right thing?” Continue reading.
From Michael Idato of The Sydney Morning-Herald:
Link: Dark Matter creator Joe Mallozzi reveals secret behind series’ characters
A little too much? Not enough? Spilling the beans in genre television is a precarious minefield, concedes Dark Matter creator and executive producer Joe Mallozzi, where there are few rights, and a lot of wrongs. Continue reading.
From Andrew Liptak of Barnes and Noble:
How Dark Matter went from graphic novel to Syfy hit
Dark Matter returned last weekend for its second season on Syfy. The action-heavy series about a mind-wiped crew that awakens aboard a derelict spaceship has played a key role in the resurgence of the basic cabler, which returned to its science fiction roots with fervor in 2015, launching one ambitious new program after another, from Killjoys, to The Magicians, to The Expanse. But the road that brought Dark Matter to television was anything but straight. As we gear up for more mysterious adventures, creator Joseph Mallozzi talks about how the series went from pitch, to the comic page, and finally, to the small screen. Continue reading.
From Robin Burks of Tech Times:
Dark Matter Season 2 will offer more insight into characters, but also include adventure
“We find ourselves in this budding intergalactic corporate conspiracy. And so while trying to figure out who the heck we’re having to deal with, something so much larger than us.” Continue reading.
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