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We had the absolute please of chatting with the lovely Jill Wagner in anticipation of Sunday's installment of the Mystery 101 movie series on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

We've been big fans of Jill, covering her work Teen Wolf and now across the Hallmark family of networks.

Mystery 101: Killer Timing is the BEST installment of this franchise yet, and Jill and her co-star, Kristoffer Polaha, are giving it everything they've got as Amy and Travis investigate a series of new incidents related to another shocking mystery.

Find out more about it below, and check back with TV Fanatic soon to catch up with Kris, as well.

It's so nice to meet you.

It's nice to meet you too.

I have enjoyed watching you for so long, and it's thrilling to get a chance to chat with you finally.

Aww, thank you.

Absolutely. I was covering you even way back on Teen Wolf, which seems so long ago now.

Totally different coverage. You've got the serial killer-vampire and now Hallmark.

I have to be honest. I like your Hallmark version a lot better.

Yeah. I think my grandma would probably have said the same thing.

I remember she used to watch me because I did a lot of kind of darker stuff, and she was always like, "I just don't think I'd be watching Teen Wolf unless it was for you," but she for sure loved all of my lighter stuff better because she was like, "That's more you, that's more your personality." I was like, "Well, of course, I'm not a serial killer vampire."

I'm sure it's challenging to vamp out and makeup. You have to push yourself in different directions, but it's also challenging to be more like yourself, and some actors find that to be harder.

I actually think that that is harder because I am such a tough judge. I mean, I love actors that are just real, like it just seems like they're not saying any lines, and of course, we all loved character actors, and I'm not taking anything away from that.

I think that that is really hard, but when you're just playing yourself, it's oftentimes more tricky because when you look back at it, you're like, "Ah, that is fake. That is not you." And so it's just harder to maintain the realness throughout the scene.

Sometimes I actually like when I get to bust out and have an accent and just be somebody else because then you can't be judged on how you're not being honest with yourself.

Right. What do you like about Mystery 101 and playing Amy?

There's so much I love about this series. I mean, there's everything from the writing of the show. I think is really good. I think that just being with my castmates who I adore. Kris, I really like him.

He's a great co-star, and we get along really well, and I think more than anything, we have great on-screen chemistry. I think that's really hard to find, and it's not necessarily something you can always create just by casting two people, so I think Hallmark got really lucky with that.

The fact that we do have that chemistry really helps sell the show, I think. The crew, we have an amazing crew. We often get to work with the same people. I think it's just the machine in general and everything around it.

It just works, and we're just so lucky because I've been on so many shows where it's not a pleasant experience, and this one is just a wonderful experience. You're having fun beforehand, you're having fun during, and you have fun after you're done, and you get to watch the finished product.

I think that a lot of the reason your chemistry with Kris is so good on screen is that you are both so natural on this show. It doesn't feel like you're acting, and that's exactly what you're looking for, so way to go because you've both achieved it.

Yeah. Well, thank you. I've always admired Kris for that because I think in his acting, that's why I've always been drawn to his acting because I do feel like he's very real. It's hard for me to judge.

It's almost like I think of it this way. If anybody's ever told you anything about your voice like, "Oh, your voice is low or high or whatever." You can't hear it when you speak. However, when you record yourself and listen to yourself, you can hear all kinds of flaws. It's kind of the same thing. I can't really tell when I'm doing it.

I kind of know if something feels a little off, but it's really when I watched the show afterward. I'm my worst critic, and so I'm like, I don't know if I'm being real. I don't know how people are going to perceive me.

I know what I'm trying to accomplish, and sometimes I do, and sometimes I don't, but I always look at Kris and think, well, I think he grounds the scene, and it's so natural and real. I just always hope that I complement that for sure.

Well, you do.

Well, thank you.

Absolutely. And that chemistry, as you said, they got lucky with casting you two because your chemistry is so genuine.

Many of these Mystery movie series tease the attraction between the characters, but on this, it's not as much of a tease as it is just a slow, natural-feeling progression. Do you think that's because of the way you two are?

Well, I don't want to speak for them, but I think that maybe it has a little bit to do with it and the fact that Kris and I were both really heavily pushing it, and we're very involved in the script itself.

I sit down and probably read that script 10 times before I've shot the first day, and I have notes, and I want to sit down with the director; I want to sit down with the producers, and I really dive into it, as does Kris.

Part of our notes in going into this and seeing where these characters were going after a couple of movies, I think we really wanted them just to be normal people, right? Because they are adults and adults.

I mean, if there's this much attraction, it's like, come on, they've got to form some sort of relationship. You can't keep these two apart for very much longer.

That's something that Hallmark has been really good at -- that slow burn -- but we wanted to make sure that it happened. That they were allowed to have this relationship because they are two adults. I think that they earned that.

They've worked hard for it, and I think the audience rated to see that because we didn't want to see too much, and then it just gets old after a while. It's like, come on, guys enough already, and I think we owed it to the audience, and I think they did it at a perfect time.

This next installment has some pretty significant reveals and some pretty significant developments in that area. What can you tease about it without saying too much?

Well, we get to meet his ex-wife, which is so beautifully played by Erin Cahill. They cast Kate perfectly with her because Erin herself is very likable, just in real life. She's very likable.

I think she brought that to this character, and I think it really helped because initially, my thought in my character was kind of, "Okay. Well, what does she want with him? What is her motive for being here? Is it to help Travis, or is it to get Travis back?"

I think that is a real feeling with any woman who loves somebody and an ex comes in, especially an ex-wife, and they happen to be friends. You're going to question a little bit. That's just human nature. I don't want to say Amy was jealous or anything like that.

I think that she was just unsure of what the relationship was between them, and I think that because Erin plays it so beautifully, you see this very  real relationship come up between Amy and Kate.

I love how their relationship is portrayed because just because someone used to date the person you are in love with or used to be married to them doesn't mean that two women have to hate each other.

I love seeing how it was written and how it was played between both of our characters. I think that there's real respect between these two women. I really liked that part of it.

I did too. I'm very pleased with the whole way this one came out.

Yeah, and it was really great because, in my real life, my husband has an ex-wife that I'm good friends with, and so I have that relationship with her to kind of pull from, and I know what that feels like.

More women than not have that relationship with one of their boyfriends' exes or especially an ex-wife. I think it's nice for that portrayal, and you don't have to have two women going at each other and having a catfight over a man.

Absolutely. Yeah, because it kind of cheapens both relationships if it gets to that.

Absolutely. Yeah, I agree.

How has playing a literature professor affected your real-life interest in reading mysteries?

Well, it's funny. I am not the best reader in the world, meaning I can pick up a book and, as much as I want to read it like right now I'm really into flowers and gardening and trying to do a cut garden and so I've gotten all these books and bless my heart. I sit down to read them, and I can get through about, I don't know, 15 pages, and I'm asleep.

It is not the easiest thing for me. I've always really admired... My grandmother was a great reader. I mean, she could read a novel in a day. I mean, she loved it. It's not that I don't love reading; it's just really hard for me because it just puts me to sleep.

It's like a natural sleeping pill for me. As I said, I'm not an avid reader, but it definitely has sparked my interest, and I have done a little research because I think that Amy is like her own little Sherlock.

I think that she admires Sherlock, and I've definitely learned a lot on the show about the writers that wrote the mysteries and the old school ones like Ms. Marple and all of that. I'd say I've learned a lot just from being on the show.

What about mystery movies and other TV series? Do you watch those and compare them to what you're doing?

Yeah. For sure. I've just now started to realize that there are a lot more mysteries out there than I even knew about and a lot of new ones coming out. Now, I just compare. I compare and also look at it differently because you're really dissecting it when reading the script.

While you're reading it, you're just like, "Oh, okay. Wait a minute. It could be this person." And you're really trying to think, who is this person? Can I figure this out before I get to the end of the script?

I think just now, in watching mystery movies, that I really concentrate on every little detail because I know in our scripts, it's like every single detail.

You might think it's the smallest little thing, but it will be the key that solves the whole thing. I watch them a little differently now.

What about your Christmas movies? I want to talk about those as well because I absolutely love your choices when picking Christmas scripts. Some of yours are my favorites.

Aww, thank you.

Do you have any more coming up?

Well, as of right now, I'm just shooting Mystery 101, and then we'll see if I shoot one. I don't have anything right now, but that obviously can all change, but I do love Christmas. I love the shooting of Christmas movies. It gets me in the spirit.

It's usually obviously way before Christmas when we're shooting them, but it's like always a happy set, right? Because you can't be sad if Christmas carols are playing and you're talking about Santa Claus.

I always try to do a faith-based Christmas film because I think that's the most important part of Christmas. I'm going to be searching for a script like that.

Yeah, that's nice. I'm going to be sad that the Christmas in Evergreen movies will probably change since everybody used to go back.

Once you do one, you kind of go back and access the town supporting characters for other movies, and now that's not going to really work with two-week quarantines everywhere. That's so sad.

It has been seriously difficult. I mean, just me and my husband, we're not putting our child on a plane yet, so we bought an RV, and we've been traveling across the country. That's another seven days hacked onto the 14-day quarantine. We're away from home for almost two months.

It's a hard thing to do, but it's important for us just to keep her safe. We deal with it, but it's not easy. The 14-day quarantine is not easy. You have to take like three tests before you even start working, but they're just trying to make everybody safe, and I understand and appreciate it.

Sure. I don't envy that situation, especially because it's so hard for actors when you're filming so far from home anyway and adding all that extra time to it. I'm glad that you can go with your family.

Yeah. I mean, I'm not leaving her for anything and my husband... I'm so lucky because he has a remote position, so he's always been able to travel with me for the most part.

Thank God because I don't know how we would make it work otherwise because I can't stand to be away from him either. It's really good that we'll all be together, though.

My last question for you is what kind of changes you have seen under the guidance of Wonya Lucas since she's taken over the helm?

Well, I think there are quite a few changes, and everybody can see them. There's a bit more diversity. I think we've had our first gay couple. We've had a lesbian couple. There's a lot of change. I don't know how much of that is just from her or if it was percolating before her.

I can only speak to what I have seen since she's come on board. I've had the opportunity to email back and forth with her, and she's been so nice and so kind. I'm really happy for her and just wish them all the best. I'm happy for the network that it's growing, hopefully in a positive direction, and everybody gets a little love.

I'm hoping that Hallmark Drama will get some love. Maybe that could be a place for a faith-based Christmas movie.

Yeah. I mean, my story with my husband is quite a story, and it's quite a faith-based story that we're going to turn into a movie and. I've been trying to work on that script, and it most certainly could almost be a Christmas movie, but we'll see.

For sure, I think that's a good place and if not, maybe some others; you never know. There are a million companies out there that, hopefully, want to offer more faith. We need more faith-based movies out there—more good faith-based movies.

Yes. Quality.

Exactly. I'm not into the kind that when you're done with it, you feel like you might be going to hell. You're not sure. You're like, "Oh my gosh, I've done everything wrong in my life." I'm not into those kinds.

I'm into the kind that leaves you with hope and leaves you feeling good, and leaves people questioning the people who may not believe in God. Maybe it makes them want to pick up the Bible and read it and see what the big hoopla is.

I think if you can make people feel good after a movie like that and make them feel secure in their faith, then that's amazing. That's all we're trying to do.

Be sure to tune in to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on Sunday, March 21 at 8/7c for Mystery 101: Killer Timing!

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    Council of Ministers
    The Security Council

  31. The first agent of political socialization is the

  32. School
    Mass media

  33. Baron Montesquieu was noted for the theory of

  34. Rule of law
    Separation of power
    Delegated legislation

  35. Political sovereignty in the state resides with the

  36. Executive
    National assembly

  37. A political system in which there is only one source of authority in a state is

  38. Confederal

  39. Which of the following best describes an absolute monarch

  40. He wields the supreme power in a state
    He is elected by an electoral college
    He has a fixed tenure of office

  41. Judicial independence means that the courts are independent of the

  42. Civil service and the bar
    Executive and the legislature
    Legislature and the Ministry of Justice

  43. A citizen expresses loyalty to his nation by

  44. Participating in sports
    Supporting political parties
    Singing the national anthem when required

  45. A citizen can participate in the politics of his country by

  46. Acquiring university education
    Attending international meetings
    Contesting for an elective post

  47. The office of the ombudsman is created to act as

  48. Spy for government
    An agency to redress maladministration
    Regulator of government activities

  49. A constitution that has special rules for its amendment is said to be

  50. Written

Civic Education OBJ Practice

Test how far you have learned your Civic Education Topics...
  1. Nigeria is a

  2. 1999

  3. Franchise means the right to

  4. Contest for political post
    Join association

  5. Citizens who are legally qualified to vote form

  6. The electorates
    The constituency
    The executive council

  7. Who amongst the following personalities has never been INEC chairman

  8. Dr. Abel Guobadia
    Prof. Humphrey Nwosu
    Prof. Attahiru Jega

  9. One of the ways to ensure free and fair election is to

  10. Allow parties to campaign on election day
    Guarantee the security of electoral materials
    Appoint a politician as the chairman of the electoral commission

  11. One of the aims of citizenship education is to produce students with

  12. High sense of patriotism
    Creative skills
    Manipulative skills

  13. Victims of human trafficking are usually compelled to engage in

  14. Lucrative employment
    Visiting tourist sites
    Forced labour

  15. Negative behavior includes the following except

  16. Ostentation living
    Living within our means

  17. Inflation of figures, bad town planning and prohibitive religious beliefs are

  18. Modern day behavior pattern
    Problem of road construction pattern
    Bad behavioral patterns

  19. Civic education is the study of

  20. Activities of government
    Animals in the community
    Primary and secondary schools

  21. Which of the following is not a factor that promotes good values in the society

  22. Dishonesty

  23. Standards, rules and criteria that influence and determine how individual behave in the society is

  24. Attitude

  25. Nigeria is a

  26. Colonial state

  27. Which of the following is not a characteristic of federalism

  28. Two houses of legislature
    Power sharing between central, state and local government
    Power resides at the central government

  29. Who among the following is associated with the concept of the rule of law

  30. Jean Bodin
    Baron Montesquieu

  31. Consumer responsibilities indicates

  32. Franchise
    Making noise in the market
    Things ought to be done by the consumer

  33. Among other things, a consumer's right is

  34. Right to respect the environment
    Right to speak out
    Right to consumer education

  35. Which one is not a pillar of democracy

  36. Democratic institution
    Fraudulent election

  37. Two-party system is one among the features of the following

  38. 1999 Constitution
    1989 Constitution
    1979 Constitution

  39. The origin of democracy is traceable to or associated with

  40. Egyptians
    Roman Empire
    Ancient Greeks

Bookkeeping Account Obj

  1. When a shareholder fails to pay the calls requested from him this situation leads to

  2. right issues
    forfeiture of share
    bonus share

  3. Which of the following is not a petty cash book item

  4. purchase of machinery
    purchase of stamp
    purchase of milk

  5. Into how many major types can general purpose computer be classified

  6. three

  7. A sale of goods to Audu was not posted. This is an error of

  8. principle

  9. The total share capital which a company would be allowed to issue is known as

  10. authorized share capital
    working capital
    fixed capital

  11. Which of the following is not a unit of the computer

  12. console

  13. Computer programmes are

  14. micro processor

  15. A statement that measures the performance of a business over a period of time is the

  16. profit and loss account
    balance sheet
    bank statement

  17. Which of the following is the basis of accounting in public service

  18. cash

  19. An expense is said to be revenue in nature if it

  20. reduces the capital of the business
    adds or contributes to the operating income of the business
    adds to or improves the value of fixed assets

  21. Which of the following is not correct

  22. credit purchases are entered on the debit side of the customers personal account
    returns inwards are entered on the credit side of the supplier's personal account
    returns outwards are entered on the debit side of the supplier's account

  23. When discount is allowed the accounting entry is debit discount allowed and credit

  24. expenses account
    debtors account
    suspense account

  25. When partners maintain fixed capital accounts the correct entries for a partner's share of profit

  26. debit profit and loss account credit current account,
    debit profit and loss appropriation account credit capital account
    debit current account credit capital account

  27. The excess of current assets over current liabilities is

  28. working capital
    loan capital
    preference capital

  29. Goodwill is taken into account in partnership when

  30. a partner becomes dominant
    a new partner is admitted
    the business is making huge profit

  31. The excess of current assets over current liabilities is

  32. preference capital
    working capital
    loan capital

  33. A class of preference shares in which dividend rights are carried forward is

  34. cumulative

  35. When both debit and credit entries in respect of a transaction are made in the same ledger account

  36. this is a folio entry
    this is a ledger entry
    this is a centra entry

  37. A business operates on a markup of 25%. If cost of goods sold is #800000. What is the profit

  38. #40000

  39. If #280000 capital turns #485000 at year end and year drawings was #15000; find year profit

  40. #190000

English Language OBJ Practice

The below English language questions are fill in the gap
  1. The exercise presented us with a lot of problems but later it was all_____

  2. Plain

  3. All the cattle on Lamidi's farm _____

  4. Is tick-free
    Are tick-free
    Is ticks-free

  5. _______ been no official reaction to your request yet

  6. There's

  7. Kunle was annoyed for arriving late ______

  8. Also Kemi's rather insolent manner
    Also that Kemi's insolent manner
    And Kemi's rather insolent manner also

  9. Those men helped Dupe and _______

  10. Myself

  11. You can stay here _______ as you are quiet

  12. As long
    So long
    In as much

  13. The Emir and conqueror of the enemy territories _________ next week

  14. Arrives
    Are to arrive

  15. He was ________ by the trickster

  16. Assisted

  17. ______ woman was attacked by a group of bandits

  18. A 90-years old
    A 90-year-old
    A 90 year-old

  19. He was angry with me ________ being treated nonchalantly

  20. For

  21. The teacher with his wife ______ here

  22. Was
    Were to be

  23. ______ he would have been convicted

  24. If he could do this
    If he had done this
    If he did this

  25. What saved her was that she _______ to the side of the boat

  26. Had clinged

  27. When we visited him, he offered us a variety of _______

  28. Hot

  29. The exercise will be easily accomplished by the team if members _______ their ______

  30. Poor/resources together

  31. I have decided to ________ drinking alcohol for health reasons

  32. Abandon
    Give up

  33. I would like to ________ my father to Kaduna

  34. Accompany

  35. One ________ be too careful these days; times are uncertain and walls have ears

  36. Can't
    Need not

  37. I shall never be so tired _______ to write to you

  38. Such that I will be unable
    As not to be able
    That I shan't be able

  39. As you have been here before ________ lead the way

  40. You would better
    It is you who will
    You'd better

  41. My brother got married to a woman with ______

  42. Gorgeous

  43. The thief we caught yesterday was ________ manner

  44. Disguised

  45. The carpenter asked for ten packets of ________ nails

  46. Fifteen centimetres'

  47. The President refused to shake ______ with the visiting Prime Minister

  48. Hand
    His hand

  49. The trader companied that he ________ robbed

  50. Had been
    Has been
    Is being

Geography OBJ

  1. "Houses are far apart from one another. They are commonly connected by foot path" this description refers to.

  2. Despersed settlement
    Ribbon settlement
    Urban settlement

  3. An area is said to be overpopulated if

  4. It has more people than its developed physical and human resources can support
    There is not enough food to cater for the population
    There is rural urban migration

  5. Ports that specialize in receiving and redistributing goods to neighboring countries are

  6. River ports
    Inland ports
    Entre ports

  7. The major causes of change in population size are

  8. Birth, marriage and death
    Birth, accident and death
    Birth, death and migration

  9. The greatest problem associated with cattle rearing in west Africa is

  10. The presence of tsetse fly
    Inadequate capital
    Insufficient market

  11. Which of these African countries is noted for lumbering

  12. Uganda

  13. Which of the following is not a favor of land transport to the economic development of any country

  14. Generation of income
    Diffusion of idea and innovation
    Depopulation of urban centres

  15. One of the functions performed by rural settlements for urban settlement is the provisions

  16. Of employment
    Of manufactured goods
    Of agricultural products

  17. Which of the following is the major benefit of international trade

  18. Stabilization of price
    Free movement of people across borders
    Revenue generation

  19. Perishable goods; items of high unit value (gold, diamond) are best transported by

  20. Rail

  21. Which type of rock are quartzite, schist and mable

  22. Igneous

  23. The process of headward erosion will lead to the formation of

  24. Alluvial cones
    Pot holes
    River capture

  25. The nearest planet to the sun is the

  26. Mercury

  27. The longitude that joins longitude 180° at opposite side of the globe to form Great Circle

  28. Longitude 0°
    Longitude 170° W
    Longitude 30° E

  29. The part of the earth's crust that is covered by oceans and sea is called

  30. Ionosphere

  31. Which of the following lines of latitudes divides the earth into two hemispheres

  32. Tropic of cancer
    Antarctic circle
    The equator

  33. In which part of the atmosphere does rain clouds develop

  34. Troposphere

  35. An example of an organically formed sedimentary rock is

  36. Rock salt

  37. Sills, dykes and batholiths are examples of

  38. Extrusive volcanic landform
    Intrusive volcanic landform
    Landforms from earthquake

  39. An advantage of air transport in the world is its

  40. High patronage
    Speedy movement of goods and passengers
    Ability to carry bulky goods

Biology Question Test 1

  1. Which of the following is not a courtship behavior exhibited by animals?

  2. A. pairing
    B. Hibernation
    C. display

  3. The process whereby micro-organisms convert atmospheric nitrogen into nitrogenous compound is known as

  4. A. nitrogen fixation
    B. Putrefaction
    C. nitrogen cycle

  5. Which of the following organisms reduces nitrates in the soil to gaseous nitrogen

  6. A. nitrifying bacterium
    B. Parasitic mould
    C. Denitrifying bacterium

  7. Which of the following mineral salts is a trace element?

  8. A. hydrogen
    B. Carbon
    C. zinc

  9. A climax community is characterized by

  10. A. constant change in appearance of the habitat
    B. Gradual change in animal population
    C. A stable composition of plants and animals species

  11. Which of the following is not a characteristic of overcrowding in plant and animal community

  12. A. population outstripping available space
    B. Increase in primary production
    C. Population exceeding available food

  13. The use of predators or parasites to control pests in the farm is known as

  14. A. predator control
    B. Animal control
    C. Biological control

  15. Which of the following substances cannot control the growth of harmful microorganisms

  16. A. disinfectants
    B. Antibiotics
    C. Isotonic sugar solution

  17. Which of the following is the underlining principle in the adoption of biological control of pests

  18. A. the predator-prey relationship in the ecologically community
    B. The presence of poisonous chemicals in the farm
    C. Relationship between plants and animals

  19. The largest game reserve in Nigeria is the

  20. A. Yankari Game Reserve in Bauchi State
    B. Oban Hills Game Reserve in Cross River State
    C. Zamfara Forest Reserve in Sokoto State

History And Philosophy Question Test 1

  1. ____ is the science for practical and efficiency

  2. A. entomology
    B. technology
    C. gerontology

  3. Michael Faraday studied ____

  4. A. Electricity and magnetism
    B. Engineering and innovation
    C. Aviation and movement

  5. Thomas Edison invented ____

  6. A. telephone
    B. badminton
    C. Electric light bulb

  7. First cosmology to give rational account of all physical phenomena was devised by

  8. A. Galileo Galilee
    B. Henry the Tudor
    C. Aristotle

  9. The Sumerians develop metallurgy and the use of ____

  10. A. compass
    B. Lunar calendar
    C. calculator

  11. Sir Isaac Newton formulated the law of universal gravitation

  12. A. fallacy
    B. certain
    C. dilemma

  13. Archimedes of Syracuse (287-212 B.C.) pioneered the science of

  14. A. transportation
    B. horoscope
    C. mechanics

  15. ____ studied the chemistry of gases and and the nature of respiration and combustion

  16. A. Jack Doreen
    B. Karl Max
    C. Robert Hooke

  17. Classic learning vanished from Europe during

  18. A. Dark age
    B. Modern age
    C. Renaissance age

  19. The first periodic table of chemical elements were compiled by

  20. A. Dmitri Mendeleyev
    B. Charles Darwin
    C. Nicholas Copernicus

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