Jaime Murray is one popular actress, and it seems nearly every television producer wants to have her a part of the team.
But when Murray signed on to the highly anticipated new Syfy series “Defiance,” there were many concerns that plans to keep her in another universe — one created by “Warehouse 13” — might not happen.
Despite her news full-time job, Murray says she’s still quite interested in reviving her sinister, unpredictable H.G. Wells character. And she could still very much be a part of a planned spinoff being developed by “Warehouse 13” showrunner Jack Kenny.
“Actually, if I were working on any other network, the spinoff would be completely off the chart by now,” Murray told Airlock Alpha and other reporters attending a Friday morning launch gathering at San Diego Comic-Con. “But I think sci-fi is a genre where the audience sort of enjoys seeing actors that they know and are invested in. If Syfy wanted that [H.G. Wells spinoff] to happen, it still could happen. We would be able to work out scheduling and such, so it could work.”