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Rise and Fall // 12 Monkeys Season 3 Review

The first season of 12 Monkeys was great, a new time travel series with apocalyptic world and interesting characters. The second season started slow, but gained a huge momentum in its second half, until the reveal of Titan and the future. 1,350 more words


PODCAST: 12 Monkeys Specials Episode One

Interviews with Aaron Stamford, Amanda Schull, Kirk Acevedo, Emily Hampshire, Barbara Sukowa,and co-show runner Travis Fickett on the SyFy press line at SDCC. Bonus video from Tribeca Film Festival included on the movie, Holidays.

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Amanda Schull

Amanda Schull

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Schull at the 2015 Television Critics Association’s Press Tour 979 more words


PODCAST: Time Capsule Episode 288

Thanks to Warner Bros Pictures we hear from Zack Snyder and Patty Jenkins talking Wonder Woman. I also talk to Star Talk host Neil DeGrasse Tyson on the Nat Geo red carpet plus Amanda Schull and Aaron Stanford talk season three of 12 Monkeys, and I wrap up the round table session with Ian McShane and Ricky Whittle of American Gods. 14 more words

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PODCAST: 12 Monkeys Season Two Episode Two

Episode features Aaron Stamford, Kirk Acevedo, Amanda Schull, Emily Hampshire,Todd Tashwick, Barbara Sukowa and co-showrunner Terry Matalas. Includes bonus episode with all season two interviews included.

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12 Monkeys Q And A: SyFy’s Ballsiest Show Returns For Season Two

Aaron Stanford who plays James Cole; Amanda Schull who plays Dr. Cassandra Railly; Emily Hampshire who plays Jennifer Goines; and also the co-creator and showrunner Terry Matalas joined my fellow reporters and I for a phone press conference to kick off season two. 2,238 more words

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12 Monkeys Season Three Interviews

Phone press conference with Aaron Stamford and Amanda Schull before the start of season three of 12 Monkeys On SyFy

So first of all, I absolutely love the season, it was really great.  2,770 more words

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