Tricia Helfer opens up about lending a mother's guiding hand to Lucifer Morningstar's schemes in the second season of the comics-inspired series.
The "Battlestar Galactica" alum talks her new super-powered role as FBI Agent Lange on the PlayStation Network series.
Director Taika Waititi promises Chris Hemsworth comedy for "Thor: Ragnarok," "Wolverine 3" is casting cartel thugs, and more.
Helfer will play the Mother of Angels, who is God's ex-wife and Lucifer's mother as well as an ancient being who is utterly repelled by humanity.
The "BSG" alum joins a growing cast for the comic book adaptation's second season.
Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk have announced some familiar names will join their crowdfunded web series.
The sci-fi icon talks with Spinoff about the series' ability to make a difference — and the staying power of a certain F-word.
The former Battlestar Galactica star talks with Spinoff Online about typecasting, her action-heroine persona, and riding motorcycles for charity alongside Tricia Helfer.
ABC has cast Battlestar Galactica actress Tricia Helfer to play the lead role in the Sofia Vergara-produced action pilot Killer Women.
Supermodel turned actor Tricia Helfer spoke with CBR TV about her role as The Grid on Disney XD's "Tron: Uprising," the unique challenges it poses and her favorite convention moment of all time.
Community will get a visit from Battlestar Galactica alum Tricia Helfer, who will guest star as big fan of Inspector Spacetime, the comedy's Doctor Who-like series.
The pilot for Ronald D. Moore's magical crime drama 17th Precinct, although passed over by NBC, has made its way online. The serious would have reunited Moore with his Battlestar Galactica stars Jamie Bamber, James Callis and Tricia Helfer.
The actress will play the wife of Jamie Bamber's crime-scene detective in the NBC police procedural set in a town where science takes a backseat to magic. The cast also includes James Callis, Tricia Helfer, Stockard Channing and Matt Long.
This week's new episode of "The Spectacular Spider-Man" debuts not only the alien symbiote that alters Spidey's color scheme, but also Black Cat, voiced by "Battlestar Galactica's" Tricia Helfer.