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Tagged: The Magicians
It’s been a long wait for Season 2 of Syfy’s “The Magicians” (nine months, but who’s counting?), but now that the premiere has arrived, we’re happy to report that the wait was totally worth it.
It’s hard to believe that the first season of Syfy’s adaptation of “The Magicians” aired last week – we spent so much time anticipating the show that it seems too soon for it all to be over. But now that it is, and we’ve seen a little bit more of the direction the show’s creators are taking, we can talk about how the show is faring as an adaptation of the books we love so well!
As with any film or television adaptation of a book that I love, I watched the pilot of “The Magicians” with trepidation. After all, so many great stories are mutilated somewhere between the page and the screen, and I really, really didn’t want “The Magicians” to be one of them. Thankfully, it’s looking like the show is going to be amazing.
You’ve read about the amazing sets we saw in Vancouver and seen our interviews with the cast of the show, and now we’ve got our big finale: an interview with the author himself, Lev Grossman! Here at MuggleNet we’re big fans of Grossman’s “Magicians” trilogy – not surprising given that it’s about what happens to adults when they discover a Hogwarts-like alternative to college – so we’re especially excited for the opportunity to speak to the creator of the world we’re about to see adapted for television.
Part 3 of MuggleNet’s visit to the set of Syfy’s “The Magicians”. Explore interviews with Arjun Gupta, Summer Bishil, and Olivia Taylor Dudley.
MuggleNet sat down to speak with SyFy’s “The Magicians” executive producer Sera Gamble, author Lev Grossman, and several members of the cast.
Since the first book of the trilogy came out in 2009, I’ve been pushing it on basically every person I know, especially if they’re a fan of “Harry Potter”. If you haven’t read the books, they follow Quentin Coldwater, a teenager from Brooklyn, after he discovers that not only is magic real, but he will alsi be attending Brakebills University to study it. So long, Princeton.
MuggleNet caught up with the executive producers and writers of “The Magicians,” Sera Gamble and John McNamara, at NYCC, and several cast members.