Subscribe To Topics You're Interested In
I've already subscribed
We've been waiting for this winterís big premiere of The Expanse, a sci fi mystery drama that has promised fans space sex, dramatic tension, a mystery and more. This week, the network released the first episode of the series digitally.
Itís never easy to predict what will work and what will flop when it comes to new television series, but recent years have shown that vampires arenít a bad way to go. Cable channel Syfy has come to the same conclusion, as proven by their new series order for Van Helsing.
Itís been about a year since the last time we heard anything about Krypton the Superman prequel series thatís set on Kal-Elís home planet prior to his birth. Now we've got an update about how it will compare to Man of Steel.
Being a fan of sci-fi television can be exhausting. When shows garner a loyal fan, constant rumors and worries of cancellation can take you from high to low. Such as the case with SyFyís Defiance, which will not get a Season 4.
Syfy has done a good job in the recent past of building up their original scripted programming slate, with more (hopefully) quality series coming soon. But not everything is meant to last forever, such as Dominion.
This will be the second pop culture cameo for author George R.R. Martin, as he also popped into Sharknado 3 for a few seconds to get eaten by a shark inside of a movie theater. Now if only we could see him join the cast of Game of Thrones.
When it comes to filming sex scenes in movies and on TV, the problems can sometimes be plentiful, from embarrassment to a lack of chemistry between actors to anything in between. And thatís just talking about scenes that take place on Earth where a lack of gravity isnít an issue.
Syfy has gone through a creative resurgence in the past couple of years, and itís only getting better as time goes by. Two of the networkís newest shows, the action-packed Killjoys and Dark Matter, quickly became fan favorites, and they're both getting second seasons.
In the past year or so, Syfy has been putting together a seemingly endless stream of original programming, recalling the networkís earlier glory days. And one of its newest projects, the futuristic thriller pilot Incorporated, has brought in several big names, some of which that'll be familiar to Syfy viewers.
On Tuesday, Haven showrunner Gabrielle Stanton confirmed that the drama has been canceled by cable network Syfy. However, there is still some good news related to the series. Find out more after the jump.
In Hollywoodís continuing effort to turn every book into a movie or TV series, Syfy has a new project in the pipeline based on an award-winning science fiction novel and itís got a couple of successful sci-fi writers behind it. Bring on the space stories.
It appears that Syfy is upping the ante of insanity with its latest series acquisition. The network will look to adapt a supernatural comic book series called Wynonna Earp, focusing on a demon-fighting femme fatale with a famous last name. Plus, casting has also been announced.
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.