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TV Guide Magazine's Fan Favorites
Welcome to Comic-Con@Home's "TV Guide Magazine Fan Favorites" (a virtual SDCC) a panel full of crazy talented actors hosted by Damian Holbrook, and including a "who's who" of current and popular shows: Robbie Amell, Kennedy McMann, Richard Harmon, Lindsey Morgan, Harvey Guillen, Alex Newell, Chris Chalk, Ashleigh Murray, Hale Appleman, and Jeri Ryan[...]
'The Magicians' Plays Mystically Satisfying Round of
Kill" Episode 404 — Pictured: Summer Bishil as Margo Hanson — (Photo by: Eric Milner/SYFY) "Marry, F**k, KIll" is entirely about relationships, with Quentin (Jason Ralph) navigating his father's death, "Darth Eliot" (Hale Appleman) navigating human emotions, and Penny (Arjun Gupta) navigating his affection for Julia (Stella Maeve). Even Alice (Olivia Dudley) finds herself working through her[...]
The latest episode "The Bad News Bear" does exactly that, and succeeds in launching this rocket-powered funny car of a show into new levels of magical comedy. THE MAGICIANS — "Bad News Bear" Episode 403 — Pictured: (l-r) Trevor Einhorn as Josh Hoberman, Arjun Gupta as Penny Adiyodi, Jade Tailor as Kady Orloff-Diaz, Jason Ralph as[...]
Poor Quentin (Jason Ralph) is the only one who knows what's going on with this god-level menace, with the rest of the crew unaware that Eliot (Hale Appleman) is being worn like a nice suit. THE MAGICIANS — "The Bad News Bear" Episode 403 — Pictured: Hale Appleman as Eliot Waugh — (Photo by: Eric Milner/SYFY) This[...]
'The Magicians': Marina Feels
The group is apprehended by Marina (Kacey Rohl), who suspects there might be more to the quirky coterie than meets the eye. THE MAGICIANS — "Lost, Found, Fucked" Episode 402 — Pictured: Summer Bishil as Margo Hanson — (Photo by: Eric Milner/SYFY) Meanwhile, Eliot (Hale Appleman) has been possessed by the Monster of Blackspire Castle, and is[...]
The Magicians Season 4: Conjure Yourself Current with Our Mega-Recap (BC REWIND)
Alice, Quintin, Margo, and Eliot make their way to Whitespire Castle at the center of the kingdom of Fillory, where they are crowned kings and queens of the realm. THE MAGICIANS — "Do You Like Teeth?" Episode 306 — Pictured: (l-r) Summer Bishil as Margo Hanson, Hale Appleman as Eliot Waugh — (Photo by: Eric Milner/Syfy) Traveling[...]
The Magicians: Watch SYFY Pull a Season 5 Out of Its Hat, Rocky!
Quintin is joined by fellow magicians Eliot (Hale Appleman), Julia (Stella Maeve), Alice (Olivia Taylor Dudley), Penny (Arjun Gupta), Margo (Summer Bishil), and Kady (Jade Tailor) as they travel to the magical world of Fillory, dabble in royalty, and thwart the plans of gods and creatures older than time. THE MAGICIANS — "Will You Play With[...]
The Magicians Season 4: Magic is a Monster in SYFY Series Official Trailer
And while it might be true that "Magic is Back," it also looks like the nefarious Library isn't planning on giving up control of magic without a fight – and something is seriously wrong with Eliot (Hale Appleman): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUuU0CNI-TkVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: THE MAGICIANS | Season 4 Official Trailer | SYFY (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUuU0CNI-Tk) Last[...]
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And this particular key is rather interesting to get. The A story focuses on Quentin (Jason Ralph) and Eliot (Hale Appleman) going through a clock into Fillory's past They have the task of solving a ten foot by ten foot puzzle filed with small square tiles, and they have to put those tiles in the correct[...]
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The episode, called Heroes and Morons, introduces us to Fray, the daughter of Eliot (Hale Appleman) and Fen (Brittany Curran) She is also a spy for the Fairy Queen (Candis Cayne) The character is played by Madeleine Arthur, who is also appearing in the new season of The X-Files as Sarah Turner Eliot commissions the Muntjac[...]
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Eliot (Hale Appleman) needs to tell Margo (Summer Bishil) that she is likely being watched But he has to do it without actually saying it flat out… because she's being watched So the two close friends slip into a pop culture code that is absolutely brilliant. The conversation references everything from Game of Thrones, Lizzie Borden,[...]