What Happens Next: Vagrant Queen's Jem Garrard Part 1
Creator and showrunner of SYFY's hit series Vagrant Queen joins us to talk about taking the story from comic book to TV show, discuss latest episodes and drop hints for the future of a story about a deposed queen in a distant galaxy (not yours).
Vagrant Queen Don’t Pump Their Own Gas! - S1 E3 'Vagrant Queen' After Show w/ Jem Garrard
Vagrant Queen After Show Podcast
In the third episode of SyFy’s Vagrant Queen entitled “Nobody’s Queen” we are given far more insight into the motives of our lead crew on the Winnipeg. We also see Isaac and Amae have an adventure of their own in which they encounter the less-than-welcoming natives of planet Kestallan. Far more information is given to us regarding the motives of loyalists Hath, Dengar and Ihred as well. In this episode we also see the capabilities of the newest member of our team, Winnibot, Amae’s robot. Albeit at a glacial pace, Winnibot saves the day for the entire crew with a high pitch sound that sends those not-so-welcoming natives packing. Lastly, the entire crew, loyalists and all, make their way to planet Wix — but, all for different reasons. Today's show was hosted by Kari Lane (karidlane) and James Maple (@terrelljamesmaple) sit down with show runner Jem Garrard (@jemgarrard)--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Jem Garrard is an in-demand director, writer, and producer who is quickly carving out her place as one of Canada’s top screen storytellers. Her 2017 sci-fi comedy web series Android Employed imagines a future where robots join the workforce, and it’s at once hilarious, revealing, and slickly produced. In 2018, she directed the entire fourth season of You Me Her, and a horror comedy for Syfy called Killer High – but it’s perhaps Vagrant Queen, the highly anticipated Syfy space opera series that Jem has been showrunning for the last year and premieres this month, that has critics and audiences most excited. In this revealing episode, Jem “Hard G” Garrard talks about her rapid rise from Crazy8s finalist to international showrunner, and reflects on what it was like to film Vagrant Queen in South Africa. Episode sponsor: DGC BC