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Interview: Azita Ghanizada of Syfy’s Alphas at Comic-Con 2012

On the Saturday, July 14th I was part of a group interview with Azita Ghanizada from Syfy’s Alphas before her panel at Comic-Con 2012. See what was covered below and check out the video interview. //www.tvaholic.com/2012/07/30/interview-azita-ghanizada-of-syfys-alphas-at-comic-con-2012/

Interview: Alphas’ Executive Producers Bruce Miller, Robert Wolf & Michael Karnow at Comic-Con 2012

On the Saturday, July 14th I was part of a group interview with Bruce Miller, Robert Wolf and Michael Karnow, Executive Producers of Syfy’s Alphas , before their panel at Comic-Con 2012. I always enjoy hearing what the people who write what we see on screen have to say about creating the shows we love to watch. Check out the video below. //www.tvaholic.com/2012/07/30/interview-alphas-executive-producers-bruce-miller-robert-wolf-michael-karnow-at-comic-con-2012/

Alphas “The Quick and the Dead” Season 2 Episode 2

Alphas  "The Quick and the Dead" Season 2 Episode 2 airs Monday July 30 2012 at 10/9c on Syfy Episode Synopsis:  The team hunts for a killer with super-speed whose mission to find the truth may lead to deadly consequences. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/07/30/alphas-the-quick-and-the-dead-season-2-episode-2/  

Malik Yoba On 'Alphas' Season 2

Last week, I featured key quotes from a recent conference call with Ryan Cartwright who plays Gary Bell on Alphas; after the premiere, Malik Yoba, who plays Bill Harken, was kind enough to do a cal... //www.starpulse.com/news/Alan_Danzis/2012/07/30/malik_yoba_bill_harken_on_alphas_seaso

C. Thomas Howell Guest Stars on Monday's Episode of Syfy's Hit Series "Alphas"

He plays Eli Aquino, "an intense Alpha with super-speed who is bent on revenge." //www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2012/07/27/c-thomas-howell-guest-stars-on-mondays-episode-of-syfys-hit-series-alphas-582201/20120727syfy01/

Warehouse 13 and Alphas Open Big for Syfy

Warehouse 13 opened its fourth season on solid grade for Syfy, bringing in 2.1 Million total viewers.  Alphas made its sophomore debut count as well, snaring 1.7 Million viewers.  Both shows managed to best their previous percentages in the key 18-49 and 25-54 age group demographics.  This is not only good news for Syfy channel, it's also good news for Sci-Fi fans.  Perhaps these numbers will convince Syfy to put more SciFi in their prime-time slots. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/aYjJD6WI0VE/

'Alphas' Season 2 Premiere Preview: The Word is Out

Last season on Alphas , Dr. Lee Rosen (David Strathairn), a distinguished neurologist and psychologist, revealed one of the biggest secrets to mankind and because of that, he had been held in prison. Wondering what that secret is? Apparently, people with supernatural abilities known as Alphas exist and Dr. Rosen happen to be responsible for creating a secret team of Alphas whose task is to investigate criminal cases involving other suspected Alphas. What will happen now that the world has learned about the existence of Alphas? How will the bad Alphas react? Will there be a world-wide paranoia outbreak in Alphas season 2? //www.buddytv.com/articles/alphas/alphas-premiere-preview-the-wo-46663.aspx

Alphas Season Premiere 2012 “Wake-Up Call” (Season 2)

Alphas  "Wake-Up Call" Season 2 episode 1 premieres Monday July 23 2012 at 10/9c on Syfy Episode Synopsis:  Eight months after last year’s finale with the stage set for an explosive turn of events at the Binghamton facility (the Guantanamo of the Alpha world) that could have devastating, far-reaching consequences. Dr. Lee Rosen, having exposed the existence of Alphas to the unsuspecting public, finds himself discredited and imprisoned by a government desperate to cover up his revelation. The rest of the core team has disbanded and some, without Rosen’s guidance and care, have regressed to their old, destructive ways. They must now battle their individual demons in order to reunite and try to save their own. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/07/23/alphas-season-premiere-2012-wake-up-call-season-2/  

Alphas’ Ryan Cartwright Talks Season 2, Playing Gary & More

The second season of  Alphas  is coming back this month, and according to Ryan Cartwright, his character Gary Bell and the rest of the Alphas are in for an intense, rocky time. TV Equals was welcomed to a conference call with Cartwright, in which he discussed the perils Ryan has to face, playing a character who’s on the autistic spectrum, and Hollywood casting practices. What happens to Gary in Season Two When we last saw Gary and the Alphas, they were exposed by their leader, Dr. Rosen (David Strathairn) and Season Two picks up on the aftermath. The team has gone awry and some of the Alphas are disbanding and going back to their old, destructive habits. Cartwright said that Gary is sent to attempt to work with government agents, but after lashing out, Gary needs someone to rescue him. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/07/23/alphas-ryan-cartwright-talks-season-2-playing-gary-more/  

Alphas Sneak Peek: This is a Robbery

The unveiling of the alphas by Dr. Rosen at the end of last season was a dangerous gamble that may not pay off for the team. By exposing a population of people with extraordinary gifts, Rosen left them all open to capture, the slightest hint of power potentially turning the country into one giant Binghamton facility. Thus, on the second season of Alphas , you'd think that the alphas would continue to keep their profile, at least until the storm blew over. Not so, as the season premiere sneak peek indicates. With Cameron working at a local supermarket and Bill passing through, the tabloid in his hand indicating that the spotlight is white-hot, a robbery ensues, led by a physically strong alpha and an alpha that conducts electricity. Now the two have to find a way to alert the rest of the team and overpower the other two alphas without raising suspicion of their abilities or getting themselves injured. But they may have bigger worries if it's found out who is behind the robbery and what they can do; alphas already have the attention of the public at-large and any incident that paints them as dangerous or incapable of control could be used as motivation for their capture or execution. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/rO2GhBj7G3I/