Priscilla Quintana enjoyed the surprising first season of CW’s Pandora that she’s eager to reveal the second season premiering tonight.
Playing the central character Jax, or better known as Pandora, follows her adventures with other space cadets defending Earth from mysterious forces and intergalactic threats.
Mark A. Altman created the sci-fi series for the CW. Previously, a co-executive produced the TNT’s hit series The Librarians. His other television credits included TNT’s Agent X, ABC’s Castle, and USA’s Necessary Roughness. As a genre fan, he wrote the screenplays for Free Enterprise, House of the Dead, and All Souls Day: Dia de los Muertos.
Pandora also stars Noah Huntley (28 Days Later), Oliver Dench (Ride), Rachelle Banno (Home and Away), Ben Radcliffe (Cuban Fury), Banita Sandhu (October), and Martin Bobb-Semple (Free Rein).
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Here’s the brief official synopsis of the show:
Set in the year 2199, Pandora is a science fiction action series about a resourceful young woman who has lost everything but finds a new life on Earth’s Space Training Academy, where she and her friends learn and train to defend the galaxy from threats, both alien and human. During their adventures, she begins to discover secrets about the nature of her own identity and decides that she must uncover the truth and find out whether she will be humanity’s savior or the instrument of its destruction.
LRM Online’s Gig Patta exclusively interviewed the lead actor, Priscilla Quintana, via Zoom last month while she was in Europe filming the show. We discussed her character, being on a sci-fi show, and the success of this show.
Priscilla Quintana appeared in a few numerous television shows and movies, including Furious 7, Masters of Sex, Training Day, Lethal Weapon, and Traffik. In 2019, she co-starred in the horror film Polaroid about a group of friends who would die if they had their photo taken by a supernatural camera. The following year, she had a recurring role in Freeform’s Good Trouble about a few young adults living in Los Angeles.
The second season of Pandora begins on the CW television tonight at 8/7c.
Watch the exclusive interview below and let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, CWTV