While many of the network shows are avoiding the Olympics, there are still some entries from the Monday herd of shows and from Syfy. Most notably, Seven of Nine herself, Jeri Ryan, joins Helix, and Atlantis finishes out its first season.
Get ready for a Warehouse 13 shocker on Syfy tonight. While it's hard to imagine the kid-like Pete ever being a real grown up, we're about to find out tonight that not only was he married, but he was married to Star Trek: Voyager's Seven of Nine.
When former Borg drone Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) was added to the Star Trek: Voyager cast back in 1997 during the show's third season, some people complained she was too sexy for Trek. Today, former producer Brannon Braga defends the decision to add Seven to Voyager; and in the process calls Captain Kirk a sex addict.
We LOVE Jeri Ryan, who fueled fanboy dreams as Seven of Nine on Star Trek: Voyager for four seasons—so we're thrilled to hear that we'll get to see her again in something a bit more sci-fi-ish than what she's been up to since Voyager wrapped—an upcoming Mortal Kombat digital series.
Jeri Ryan may have fueled fanboy dreams, but Tahmoh Penikett did the same for fangirls (and some fanboys, too). Now the Battlestar Galactica and Dollhouse star will be joining the lovely Ms. Ryan in the upcoming Mortal Kombat digital series.
If you ever felt the romance introduced during Star Trek: Voyager's final season between the kick-ass and beautiful former Borg Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) and the tough, first officer Chakotay (Robert Beltram) was rushed and didn't really work—so did Jeri Ryan, who now explains why it failed.
Ever since Jeri Ryan announced she'd be starring in the Mortal Kombat digital series along with some other of our favorite sci-fi faces, we've been waiting to see her kick butt as Sonya Blade. That wait is finally over.