Defiance: We Need Your Questions for Executive Producer Kevin Murphy!

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UPDATE: This is happening now! Follow @DefianceWorld and @TVdotcom to join the fun!

UPDATE #2: The live chat is over, but keep an eye out for a transcript in just a few. 


Tomorrow, we're entering the technological age and will be holding a real-time interview on Twitter with Kevin Murphy, an executive producer for Syfy's new science-fiction drama Defiance (Episode 4 airs tonight—look for Noel's review at 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific!). But instead of handling the whole thing ourselves, we're asking you, the beautiful and intelligent TV.com community, to play the part of inquiring mind.

We want to hear what questions you have for Mr. Murphy about Defiance, and we'll pass the best ones along to him as long as time will allow. What's the deal with Stahma's erotic hugs with her son? Do Sensoths need to shave? How is the St. Louis Arch still standing, seriously!? Get your questions together and post them in the comments section below. Remember, this chat will be conducted over Twitter, so keep 'em concise and to the point. 

Here's a little background on Kevin Murphy, which may come in handy: Murphy's biggest television credit before Defiance was on ABC's Desperate Housewives, where he served as head of the writing team that was nominated for an Emmy in 2005. But he's got sci-fi chops, too, serving as showrunner for Syfy's Battlestar Galactica-prequel Caprica. Murphy is also a skilled composer, and he created the Reefer Madness musical, which was a hit on the stage and won him an Emmy. Murphy developed Defiance with Rockne S. O'Bannon and Michael Taylor. 

Here are the details:

WHAT: TV.com Twitterview with Defiance's Kevin Murphy

WHEN: Tuesday, May 7 at 2pm - 3pm Pacific (5pm - 6pm Eastern)

WHERE: Online! Keep an eye on the Twitter feeds of @DefianceWorld and @TVdotcom. We'll also publish the full conversation on the site later on. 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Just post your question in the comment below. We might not have a chance to get to all of them, so make it good because we'll be picking the best ones. Remember, this is Twitter, so we'll be enforcing a 140-character limit, and we reserve the right to paraphrase questions. Include your Twitter handle if you like, and we'll try to cc you if we ask your question.

This is what 140 characters looks like, so if you've gone on longer than this, you might want to make an edit. Shtako shtako shtako shtako!

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