Felicia Day From Mystery Science Theater
April 12, 2017•19 min
Felicia Day is a professional actress who has appeared in numerous mainstream television shows and films, currently recurring on the CW show "Supernatural", and recently completing a two-season arc on the SyFy series "Eureka". However, Felicia is best known for her work in the web video world, behind and in front of the camera. She co-starred in Joss Whedon’s Internet musical “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” which was ranked in the “Top 10 Best TV of 2008” by Time Magazine, Entertainment Weekly and People Magazine and won an Emmy in 2009. She also created and starred in the hit web series “The Guild,” which has won numerous awards for web video excellence, most recently garnering a PGA nomination for best web series in 2011. She has expanded the brand into numerous merchandizing opportunities, including a hit comic book series with Dark Horse Comics. Her production company Knights of Good produced the innovative web series “Dragon Age” in conjunction with EA/Bioware in 2011 and in 2012 she launched a funded YouTube channel called Geek & Sundry. Since launching in April 2012, the channel has garnered over one million subscribers and over 200 million views. In 2014, the company was sold to Legendary Entertainment. She continues to write, produce and appear in web content of all types. ABOUT THE NETFLIX ORIGINAL MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 2000, 14 EPISODES PREMIERING APRIL 14TH ON NETFLIX Kinga Forrester and her loyal henchman, Max, have revived the infamous experiment started by Kinga’s father twenty-nine years earlier: How many bad movies does it take to drive a person mad? In this latest reiteration of the show, her test subject is Jonah Heston, a space pilot for Gizmonic Institute, who gets trapped responding to a distress call from the dark side of the moon. Confined aboard the Satellite of Love, Jonah lives with his robot friends, Gypsy, Tom Servo, and Crow T. Robot. Confronted with Kinga’s choices in torturous films, they band together and ward off lunacy by continuously riffing on the movies in rapid-fire succession.