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Wasting literally as little time as possible following the airing of Sharknado 3, Syfy let people know that Sharknado 4: Subtitle Pending is officially coming in 2016, with audiences now responsible for the direction of the plot. Scientific progress goes bite.
Every show has a strong a dedicated fandom. Some series are lucky enough to have really dedicated fans. Nearly 15 years after it ended Xena: Warrior Princess is one of those shows. Those fans would love to see the Warrior Princess return. So, is there any chance that Xena fans might see her again one day?
Syfy is currently in the midst of re-rebranding itself as a network that once again relies on science fiction to appease its audiences, and this week offers up the action-packed Killjoys, which brings the action and laughs to a story you've heard before.
We weren’t certain if Syfy would even sign on for a third season of the drama for a few months, but now that Defiance is set to premiere, the show looks to be resetting once more, returning everyone to the town of Defiance while adding a few new characters into the mix.
Syfy has announced plans to adapt Dan Simmons’ influential modern sci-fi novel series, Hyperion as an epic event television series. Interestingly enough, the names attached to the project are Bradley Cooper, along with The Hangover director, Todd Phillips and producer, Graham King.
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No is coming, and the schlocky Syfy adventure just dropped an appropriately insane first look.
Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World was written way back in 1932, and in the time since the book’s release it has inspired a couple of movies and radio releases. However, it’s never been made into a TV series.
We’re officially getting into cancellation season. No longer is it just Season 1 shows getting axed early, but the networks are having to make some tough decisions about long(ish) running shows. Today, Syfy made the tough decision to axe disease thriller Helix.
Despite not having anything to do with MTV’s upcoming Scream series beyond an executive producer credit, filmmaker Wes Craven still has his eye on the small screen for the next chunk of his career with three projects in the works, including a remake of one of his own films.
Attention nerds and geeks everywhere... Syfy is, yet again, attempting to break into the news show space. After unsuccessfully trying to tap the market last year with host Wil Wheaton the network is apparently giving it another go round, this time working with Nerdist creator Chris Hardwick.
In a few months, viewers will be graced with the latest installment of everybody's favorite disaster franchise Sharknado. That said, one of the film's stars, David Hasselhoff, was out promoting the film recently and made a few very funny and extremely blunt comments about the upcoming made for TV movie.
Though the network attempted to build a foundation on top of which a deeper extended series could be erected, Syfy decided not to move forward with a full first season of Ascension.
Thousands of years from now, when future civilizations try to understand what fame was like in the early 21st century, I’m sincerely hoping that the Sharknado franchise is the only thing that has survived long enough to serve as a historical document. And now Mark Cuban enters the fray.
Spartacus creator Steven S. DeKnight has a bone to pick with Syfy. DeKnight recently took to Twitter to chat with fans, and among the topics that came up was the brilliant end credits sequence of Spartacus: War of the Damned.
TV needs more sci-fi. And while we've probably seen enough remakes and reboots in the world, it seems only fair to acknowledge that sci-fi has some pretty fantastic -- and in some cases, underrated -- feature properties with stories or settings that would be perfect for the small screen.