Preview Of Jeri Ryan As Sonya Blade In Mortal Kombat Web Series + Ryan Lands Guest Spot on Law & Order: CI |
jump to navigation

Preview Of Jeri Ryan As Sonya Blade In Mortal Kombat Web Series + Ryan Lands Guest Spot on Law & Order: CI March 18, 2011

by Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,VOY , trackback

Things are busy for Star Trek Voyager’s Jeri Ryan. Her new ABC show Body of Proof premieres in less than two weeks and we have new behind the scenes video from that. Plus there is a new set video of Jeri playing Sonya Blade in the upcoming Mortal Kombat web series, plus she has landed a guest spot in Law & Order: Criminal Intent. .


First look at Jeri Ryan as Sonya Blade in new Web Series

G4 have posted a video interview with Star Trek Voyager’s Jeri Ryan from the set of the upcoming Mortal Kombat web series, which includes some shots of the actress playing Sonya Blade.

Video GameE3 2011

The Mortal Kombat web series is expected to debut on April 19, when the next Mortal Kombat game launches.

Ryan to guest on Criminal Intent + Body of Proof behind the scenes

Law & Order Criminal Intent (formerly on NBC, now on USA) is in its tenth and final season and they are lining up lots of guest stars. TVLine reports of the final CI guest stars will be Jeri Ryan who will be playing a former CIA official with her own security company who is "harboring a secret". L&O:CI has also lined up Neal McDonough (who played Lt. Hawk in Star Trek: First Contact) for a guest spot.

And finally, Jeri is returning to TV as a series regular on the ABC medical examiner show Body of Proof, which premieres Tuesday March 29th at 10PM. Here is a behind the scenes video, including a quick chat with Jeri playing with her iPad.



1. Harry Ballz - March 18, 2011

Ah, yes, another skintight suit! What a surprise! Well, as they say, go with your strengths!

2. Kaiser The Great - March 18, 2011

Are you suggesting she can’t act?

3. Commodore Mike of the Terran Empire - March 18, 2011

Hey. Jeri can act and she is HOT!!!. What more do you need.

4. Alex - March 18, 2011

I miss when it was ZDTV and the shows weren’t hosted by freakish, hyperactive hipsters who don’t actually know anything about technology.

5. Tom - March 18, 2011

I think people complaining about her uniform obviously know nothing of Mortal Kombat. It appears Jeri Ryan’s Sonya Blade uniform is quite professional compared to say this Sonya Blade from one of the games…

6. Harry Ballz - March 18, 2011


Oh, she can act, but if she didn’t have the killer body, her roles would be quite a bit different. Not as “high profile” as the ones she enjoys now.

7. Infinitemonkey - March 18, 2011

Hot. Well Done Jeri. She deserves more work.:D

8. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - March 18, 2011

She does the tough fem well… too bad Voyager didn’t bring out this side of her more often. This is why I liked how she looked and acted in Scorpion: tough as nails. Everybody (including Voyager’s producers) always focuses on her physique (which is impressive, I grant), but Jeri also can play menacing and imposing when needed.

9. Thorbury - March 19, 2011

Not nearly revealing enough.

10. Rafa - March 19, 2011

Sorry friends, but Pegg said: “… Alex [Kurtzman] and Roberto [Orci] will write a lovely character piece, as well as a good sci-fi romp…”

Please, what does “character piece” means?

11. gingerly - March 19, 2011

Ick, G4.

The brain-dead even lower-rent version of Spike that ate TechTV.


12. CarlG - March 20, 2011

@10: It means a story that focuses less on big “The universe is doomed!” plots and more on the relationships between characters.

The TNG episode “Family” would be a good Trek example.

Hope that helps!

13. DS9 IN PRIME TIME - March 23, 2011


Sex sells but getting big roles takes a good actress

14. Harry Ballz - March 23, 2011


Yes, but with the way Hollywood works, if Ryan was flat-chested, I doubt we’d even be aware of her existence.

15. Steve - March 25, 2011

What’s your point?

16. Harry Ballz - March 27, 2011


17. Justin Macnab - April 17, 2011

wibble wibble is represented by Gorilla Nation. Please contact Gorilla Nation for ad rates, packages and general advertising information.