You might know Mark Pellegrino from, oh... just about every genre TV show ever. He was Jacob on Lost. Lucifer on Supernatural. The only fun character on Revolution. Etc. Now he's playing an evil evolutionary biologist who hunts mutants on The Tomorrow People, and he told us why he's over the moon.
Are teenagers really an entirely different species? The cast and crew of The Tomorrow People talk about the franchise's long history as a metaphor for youth culture and why they feel it's a more grounded version of the X-Men.
We were at the special Comic-Con screening of Locke & Key, an attempted TV adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's acclaimed horror fantasy comic. We can officially add this to the list of brilliant pilots that never got series.
The Americanized version of BBC's Being Human has a lot to live up to. Thankfully, the new cast is addressing the debt they owe the original, on video. Watch cast interviews, new footage, and Mark Pellegrino's vampire debut.
We're beyond excited about Frank Darabont's adaptation of Robert Kirkman's brilliant zombie-apocalypse comic The Walking Dead. This could be the best TV zombie series ever made - unless they cast Lee Adama over Jacob, in which case we're doomed.
Be warned, Mark Sheppard: There's a new familiar face appearing in everything we watch these days. After being unveiled as Jacob in the last season of Lost, actor Mark Pellegrino has signed on for a similarly existential role in Supernatural.
Dexter's abusive bastard, Mark Pellegrino, will be turning up on Lost soon... and he's playing a character we've waited quite some time to meet. Spoilers aplenty, below.