About Therese Lacson
Therese Lacson is a features editor who has been with Collider since late 2021. She is a member of the CCA and HCA and is a Rotten Tomatoes-approved critic. She is a big ole nerd when it comes to sci-fi and fantasy stories, her favorite TV shows being Battlestar Galactica, Game of Thrones (not you, Season 8), and House of the Dragon. She is a fierce defender of Star Wars: Episode II — The Attack of the Clones. A lover and devotee to all of Wong Kar-Wai's filmography, especially 2046. She is an avid reader of romance novels and an amateur astrologist (emphasis on the amateur).
When she's not behind the keyboard typing away, she is travelling around the world, doing some yoga by the beach, weight lifting, and/or playing video games. She has written for The Beat and Nerdophiles, hosted the Matrix 404 podcast, and has appeared on several other podcasts.
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What's in store for the new season?
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Executive Producer Kevin Wright also talked about pitching potential follow-up projects.
Welcome, to the Desert of the Real.
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Yep, we're still mad at a show which kept us captivated for years.
"Science fiction is a well-respected and thought-provoking genre."
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Christine Wada also talks about her interest in potentially directing episodes.
Kasra Farahani also discussed the choice to go with Victor Timely as the Kang variant of the season.
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