Friday the 13th The series S3 EPs 1&2: The Prophecy Part 1&2 w/ John D. LeMay Interview

Friday the 13th The series S3 EPs 1&2: The Prophecy Part 1&2 w/ John D. LeMay Interview

John D. LeMay Interview! We say goodbye to Ryan on these first two episodes of FRIDAY THE 13th the series Season 3. Joining us to say good bye to Ryan is the actor who plays RYAN himself John D. LeMay. He is here for the entire podcast to talk about his role in the series as well as playing Stephen in Jason Goes to Hell the Final Friday.

Ep:1 The Prophecy Part 1–A satanic minion (Fritz Weaver) invades the site of miracles and ensnares Jack.
Ep:2 The Prophecy Part 2—On Astaroth’s command, Ryan kidnaps a child to summon the devil.
Original air dates for these episode are October 7, 1989

This is a podcast where we talk about Horror/Fantasy/Sci-fi shows that have been cancelled. We hope you enjoyed the coverage so far. Thanks to everyone who has found the Podcast recently. If you could leave a rating on iTunes for us that would be great.

This time we look at FRIDAY the 13th the series Season 3 Episodes 1 &2 The Prophecy Part 1&2
I your host Dr.Chris and joined by the amazing and talented Mistress Zeneca.

Friday the 13th the series or Friday’s Curse as it was called in some other parts of the world as well as The Mystery of Friday and in Germany under the title Heirs to the Curse. (I like this title better). What other titles could they have come up with?

I your host Dr.Chris and joined by the amazing and talented Mistress Zeneca.

Two episodes every week we host The Dead Tv Podcast. This show has 3 seasons and is the longest show we ever had a chance to cover. Well be on the show till January 2019 and then covering Dracula the Series.

Music from this episode is provided to us by Jess-O-Lantern

Don’t forget to check out our awesome Sponsor for the Radio of Horror network

The Dead TV Podcast
The Dead TV Podcast
Friday the 13th The series S3 EPs 1&2: The Prophecy Part 1&2 w/ John D. LeMay Interview
Written by Chris

Writer and radio show host in Worcester Ma

View all author posts →


  1. Brian E. Hanson
    May 25, 2019 at 6:03 pm

    This was a GREAT interview! Very well done guys. I’m a huge fan of John D. LeMay. He comes across as such a nice and genuine guy. Friday The 13th: The Series was one of my favorite shows and it holds up well today. I feel like that show was the foundation for many shows after it, such as X-files and FRINGE. Again, great job guys!!

    • Chris
      May 25, 2019 at 6:37 pm

      Thanks Brian PLEASE share the link and leave a raiting on itunes

  2. RyanMickiJackFan
    December 19, 2019 at 11:55 pm

    Great interview. I love Friday the 13th: The Series and I love Ryan Dallion. Thanks so much for having the very talented and handsome John D. Lemay on the show.

  3. T. S.
    April 13, 2021 at 11:36 am

    I just recently began watching Friday The 13th: The Series for the first time. I am comparing the DVD versions to televised versions after noticing that in the first episode, there were special effects added to Lewis Vendredi’s elevator-to-hell scene in the DVD version with an alternate camera angle. There are also varying minor background sound effects that can sometimes be heard or not heard on either version on numerous episodes. Background sounds tend to be pushed more to the forefront of the mix on television, while in the DVD version, they are barely heard or not heard at all (either version is fine).

    But the biggest thing I’ve discovered was the Season 3 premiere of ‘The Prophecies’ on DVD is actually an edited version that’s shorter than the original longer version. Yes, it’s one big episode (length of two episodes into one) on DVD, but there are numeroua little scenes and lines of dialogue missing. It’s cut to bits on DVD. They simply combined the shortened separate episodes of The Prophecies and put them together instead of it being the original version of the longer episode.

    I know this because someone captured the longer uncut version on the SCREAM channel. Unfortunately, it’s missing the last 30 minutes, so we may never know what scenes we’re missing out on. I just fear we’re missing some added emotional dialogue in the trio’s final moment together at the end.

    I wish Paramount would release the uncut version on whatever it streams on in the future (Paramount+ perhaps). Or a re-release on DVD.

    • Chris
      April 16, 2021 at 4:28 pm

      That would be cool but unless it ever gets a reboot or remake it will never happen

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.