EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Noah Wyle tells us about Season 2 of The Librarians
Noah Wyle first won our hearts as the dedicated Dr. John Carter on NBC medical drama E.R. Since then he has starred in such films as A Few Good Men and Donnie Darko, and, perhaps most famously, led the popular science-fiction series Falling Skies as the alien-fighting Tom Mason.
Wyle’s latest venture harks back to some of his earlier work in the cult film franchise The Librarian. TV spinoff The Librarians sees Wyle continue in his role as the heroic polymath Flynn Carsen, while also taking on an executive producer’s seat.
A playful string of adventures for all the family, TNT‘s The Librarians was crowned the highest rating cable debut in the States last year, and was swiftly picked up for a second season, which will come to Syfy in the UK this November 2nd. The series also stars Rebecca Romijn (X-Men), Lindy Booth (Kick-Ass 2, Dawn of the Dead), and comedy legend Bob Newhart, and follows a team of unlikely heroes as they embark on numerous quests to solve impossible mysteries and recover ancient artefacts, all while fighting against supernatural threats.
We had the pleasure of catching up with Noah Wyle while he was in London this month. Watch the video below to see what he had to tell us about everything from time travel to Steve Jobs, to his collection of farmyard animals.
The Librarians returns for season two on Monday 2 November at 8pm on Syfy.