I had the opportunity thanks to fellow XFN Collaborator Erica Fraga, to talk to and share some time with Robert Patrick during a recent visit to the set of Scorpion. The renowned actor has been enjoying the smash success of this campy and nerdy action series, one of the highest rated on CBS. The visit was an exciting experience where we were able to enjoy the great dynamic that the team behind the show have in place.
The production is located in Manhattan Beach, Calif., with additional scenes shot in Downtown L.A. and Santa Clarita, among other locations. Scorpion has made the city of Los Angeles its playground and with so many shows trying to make the town look like an entirely different place, this is for me one of its biggest attractions. But what really makes Scorpion a one-of-a-kind moment for Patrick is the fiber of the show.
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As part of the events surrounding Monday's season finale, Dr. Anne Simon held a screening and Q&A at the University of Maryland. There she discussed the science behind the finale and previous episodes with a populated group of fans and scientists.
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As a surprise for her fans, Gillian Anderson held a Q&A on Twitter where she answered a variety of questions this afternoon. From The X-Files to Streetcar, she was very candid about all things professional and personal.
Here are the details in a Storify slideshow.
On February 5th, the Saint Louis Science Center hosted an evening dedicated to The X-Files. A part of their First Friday series,The Truth Is Out There was a six-hour event packed with lots of spooky happenings. With events ranging from an educational alien autopsy to photos in Mulder’s office, a Phile couldn’t help but quietly squeal seeing science so beautifully blending with The X-Files. What more could a girl (or guy) ask for? Hit the jump below for a recap of the evening and an in-depth run-down of Dr. Dan Yezbick’s symposium.
An additional spread of interviews with the man behind the oldest new hit on Television speaks about the show's return and more. Check out these six questions with Chris Carter.
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