Summer Bishil Archives

"The Bad News Bear" Gets All Snugly with 'The Magicians' [SPOILER REVIEW]
The showdown is quick and brutal, with the Monster having the upper hand immediately and immobilizing the Brakebills crew. Margo (Summer Bishil) arrives late to the party and goes off script right away, promising to help the Monster avenge itself on Bacchus (Ryan McDonald) in exchange for her friend's lives The Monster is intrigued, and a[...]
"The Bad News Bear" Comes A-Callin' for 'The Magicians' [PREVIEW]
It's definitely not Bacchus (Ryan McDonald), who appears content with partying his way across Fillory–and we're pretty sure it's not Santa (Tom Wright), who appears to be content with helping Alice (Olivia Dudley) break out of the Library. THE MAGICIANS — "Bad News Bear" Episode 403 — Pictured: Olivia Taylor Dudley as Alice — (Photo by:[...]
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
The season ended with The Monster finding a mind-wiped Quentin, and Season 4 will pick up with The Monster seeking out the others, and something else… THE MAGICIANS stars Jason Ralph, Stella Maeve, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Hale Appleman, Arjun Gupta, Summer Bishil, Rick Worthy, Jade Tailor, Brittany Curran and Trevor Einhorn The series is executive produced[...]
Syfy has released a new inside-look video that breaks down what happened in the new episode from the cast's perspective. Margo (Summer Bishil) made her deal with the Fairy Queen (Candis Cayne), and that has given the queen the ability to spy on them But Margo takes the step to destroy her eye and sever that[...]
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,[...]
The tour is conducted by Brittany Curran, who plays Fen the wife of High King Eliot and Summer Bishil who plays Margo Hanson They start off by introducing us to the Heartwood This is one of the last magical creatures in Fillory and it's bonding to the ship; bringing the Muntjac to life, basically A[...]
'The Magicians': A Frank, Emotional Talk About Trauma And Mental Illness At NYCC
Summer Bishil, who plays Margo, was sick and did not attend. The Magicians Season 3 is set to premiere in January and will continue the story of the magicians trying to restore magic to the worlds they inhabit. They screened a scene from the first episode of Season 3 Writer Gamble said that Quentin and Julia have angered[...]
The Magicians
Jason Ralph, Summer Bishil, Hale Appleman and Brittany Curran explore the ship and talk about the upcoming season. From the image above you can see what the book called The Voyage of the Muntjac as the ship sailed from Fillory out past the Outer Island, After Island and Benedict Island I can only assume it's an[...]
The Physical Kids Cottage From The Magicians
The video features Summer Bishil, Olivia Taylor Dudley, and Hale Appleman talking about some of the neat secrets of the cottage. [youtube][/youtube] One of the big surprises for me this year was The Magicians on Syfy I hadn't read any of Lev Grossman's books, so the whole thing was new to me[...]