The first trailer and release date is out for the next season of Syfy’s The Magicians, which takes our heroes out of Brakebills and Fillory and puts them on a big fancy boat so they can bring magic back to the world. But it’s not just a quest for magic, it also looks to be a quest for hope. For a series that spent an…
Syfy’s Creepypasta-inspired anthology series, Channel Zero, wraps up its excellent second installment, No-End House, tonight—but fear not, horror TV fans. The very first teaser for season three, Butcher’s Block, is here, and though it’s quite brief, it still looks excellently disturbing.
The very last shot of last season’s The Magicians showed the fairies arriving to Fillory in force to take over the kingdom. It looked like war was on the horizon. But it turns out, it’s more like a silent coup, as our favorite stylish monarchs will have to play a clever game of “fairies totally aren’t telling us what…
Syfy’s new show Happy! seems pretty typical. It’s just your usual tale of a disgraced cop turned assassin who sees an imaginary flying horse then has to save a missing girl. You know, one of those shows.
The first season of Channel Zero, Syfy’s creepypasta-inspired anthology series, explored the nightmares of Candle Cove, a sinister TV puppet show. Season two, No-End House, features a new story, a new cast, and an even more dreadful evil. If you thrill to mind-warping horror stories, you do not want to miss this.
We’ve known since May that Syfy was circling an adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s 1980 scifi horror novella Nightflyers—and now comes word that the project is moving forward at a rapid pace. Multiple sources are reporting that a straight-to-series order is very close to being announced.
SyFy’s story of interplanetary bounty hunters Dutch, Jon Jaqobis, and D’avin Jaqobis is getting two more seasons to wrap up its story and gracefully exit the stage. Unfortunately, another Syfy show didn’t get so lucky.
Syfy dipped into surreal horror last fall with Channel Zero: Candle Cove, based on a Creepypasta story about a children’s TV program that made people do very bad things. A new story informs the anthology show’s second season, No-End House, and it looks quite different—albeit equally as disturbing.
If only we lived in the reality where the phrase “President Trump” referred to a clever bit of stunt casting in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, instead of the actual White House occupant. Alas, we do not. But at least we have an amusing anecdote, courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter, that allows us to dare to dream.
At the press event following Battlestar Galactica’s reunion at Comic-Con, executive producers David Eick and Ron Moore talked about the show, from its pitch to its current legacy. And they had a little advice about what people writing for binge-watching could learn from the traditional TV model.
This Friday’s episode of Dark Matter sees our numerically-named crew flung through time and space and ending up in Wisconsin in 2017. You know, like you do.
The Magicians took the chance provided by Comic-Con to reveal the Muntjac, a magic, living ship that will play a huge part in season three of the Syfy show. In a press event that same day, executive producer John McNamara said, “It will kind of be our Fury Road season. No resources. What do you do?”
When Syfy’s Superman prequel show Krypton was first announced, everyone thought it was going to be a basic trip back into the past of Superman’s origin story before his homeworld went kablammo. It’s still that, of course but its Comic-Con panel just revealed that how we get to Jor-El shooting a baby into outer space…
Luckily for Syfy’s 12 Monkeys (and its fans), the show has known in advance that season four would be its final one. Season three ended with a massive splinter and a young Cole being told the story of the ouroboros serpent by his father, which is right where this trailer for season four begins.
Universal has just announced a slate of new genre TV shows, including three new adaptations of fantasy and scifi books. But hidden among those are the first details about Dan Harmon and Evan Katz’s next TV series: Sirens of Titan, an interplanetary epic based on the Kurt Vonnegut novel.
We’ve known since late 2015 that esteemed genre director John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing, They Live) has been working on several small-screen projects. Today, we got an update on exactly what televised awesomeness we’ll be seeing from him—and one project involves his favorite holiday.
There are reports Syfy is working on a sequel to 1999 shark film Deep Blue Sea, only without any of the original cast. For that reason alone, they shouldn’t bother. Deep Blue Sea’s legacy, which stretches past other shark flicks like Open Water, The Shallows, or even Sharknado, is thanks to one man: LL Cool J.
It’s that time of year again. Time to hunker down and watch the Twilight Zone marathon on the SyFy Channel. Or, if you’re impatient, time to get ahead of the curve and binge-watch the entire series on Netflix or Amazon Prime.
Blood Drive has got to be Syfy’s most insane show ever. The 13-episode series pays homage to classic grindhouse films, knowingly pushing the boundaries of good taste at every opportunity. It’s overstuffed with a gleeful sense of “Can you believe we’re getting away with this?”—both for better and for worse
As fans of Battlestar Galactica will recall, every episode began with a short synopsis: “The Cylons were created by man. The rebelled. They evolved. There are many copies. And they have a plan.” But... did they? Or was that just a big tease? Turns out it’s the latter, and now we know why: because an executive producer…