Sam witwer dating meaghan rath
"Because of that in our pilot, or first two episodes, I thought, 'I'm going to show you whatever the script demands to show and nothing more because I have a lot more time to develop this character' ...There was always a feeling to pace myself." Now, as the show heads toward its finale, those arcs are coming to fruition, Witwer said.
"This could be the best one," said Witwer, who has played vampire of the household Aidan every Monday night at 9 p.m. But now, the show has face its greatest challenge: cancellation.While he was able to break free (at least from the comics) for 8 years he (like many addicts before him) has fallen back into the habit of reading them on a weekly basis.When not having too much on his plate for any healthy person he tries to skimp on sleep enough to get an eye straining amount of movies and television shows watched.In eight, Meaghan Rath takes center stage in a spectacular way.She is so wildly entertaining in this episode, and in nine, another character takes center stage – one we maybe haven’t seen in a while.”“There is a lot of characters in it and it’s a big moment for the series; the first half of the scene is very ‘Fight Club’and ugly and terrible, but the influence for the second half of the fight was pure ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ — you could actually score the scene with John Williams’ music.”As for the actual final episode, Witwer says it’s about “does this guy deserve any kind of redemption or does he just go straight to hell?Vampire Aidan (Sam Witwer) is dealing with the fall-out from the death of his vampire maker by having to train the ruthless Vampire Queen’s disgraced daughter (played by Dichen Lachman), werewolf Josh (Sam Huntington) is dealing with the revelation that he scratched his girlfriend Nora (Kristen Hager), and ghost Sally (Meaghan Rath) grows more powerful and independent with the help of some new ghostly friends who send her down a dark and destructive path.
During a recent exclusive interview with Collider, co-stars Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington and Meaghan Rath talked about the individual paths their characters are headed down this season, how the series has really developed into its own thing this season, totally independent from its UK counterpart, how their individual storylines will affect their dynamic as a group, and whether or not they think their characters will get to a point where they’re happy with who they are.
Syfy promises the final six episodes of season will be filled with "twists, turns and surprises" and that they have "saved the best for last.""Wanted to tell a great story from beginning to end.
We didn't want to bleed the concept dry believe it or not—artistic decision," Witwer tweeted.
"Between our 52 eps, the BBC's 37, and THREE casts—that's a lot of Vampires, Werewolves, and Ghosts."In the video above, Rath says she'll miss the "sense of family," the cast developed over the years.
"This cast is really, really special," Witwer says.
His character has been doing so much, and he was on set "all the time," that there were two episodes he couldn't even schedule for ADR (Additional Dialogue Recording), "which is unusual." But he said he has been able to show off more of a villainous side to the vampire, and has become the funniest he's ever been.