Marco managed to squeeze in one day in Hollywood into his busy schedule in order to tape two segments for the upcoming 13 part series, “Masters of Illusion.” The show will air on PAX television, the popular family-oriented cable network that is partially owned by broadcasting giant NBC. Tempest will be seen performing both “The Magic Touch,” and “Wings of the Imagination” on the series, which will feature a series of world-famous magicians and illusionists. The following is taken from PAX TV’s own press release on the show: PAX TV, the family entertainment broadcast network, will premiere the mesmerizing one-hour series ``Masters of Illusion,'' beginning Monday, October 2 (8:00 - 9:00 p.m., ET/PT) it was announced today by Jeff Sagansky, President and CEO of PAX at the annual Television Critics Association Press Tour in Pasadena. ``In a world where we think we've seen it all, `Masters of Illusion' will truly delight and amaze viewers on a weekly basis,'' said Sagansky. ``This is eye-popping and interactive television that the entire family can enjoy together.'' Each week, ``Masters of Illusion'' will broadcast from striking locations around the world with each episode promising to be more spectacular than the one before. Produced by Associated Television International, the fast-paced series will feature six to seven non-stop magic acts a week, including cutting-edge illusionists and escape artists from all over the world, to the best and most baffling sleight of hand artists, comedy magicians and mentalists. Many of the artists will perform their trademark illusions for the first time before a national television audience. The series will build towards the dazzling, ``2001 World Magic Awards'' which will air on PAX in May 2001 (airdate TBD), in which the magicians to be honored as the ``world's best'' are selected by the prestigious World Magic Committee, comprised of magicians, celebrities and notables in the world of magic. ``Masters of Illusion'' will be produced by Associated Television International, with David McKenzie as Executive Producer and James Romanovitch as Executive in Charge of Production.