"12 Monkeys" will return in 2017. The Witness is safe, but are you?
Cassandra grapples with the reappearance of her one-time love interest in an emotional scene from tonight's episode of the Syfy drama.
"12 Monkeys" is back on SyFy tonight, and this non-spoiler review looks at the twists and turns the series will take in its second season.
The actor offers SPINOFF a glimpse into the immediate future of the Syfy series, with stops in the 1940s and 1970s, for starters.
Hosted by the Smithsonian magazine, the science-focused event will also feature "Deadpool" director Tim Miller and a sneak peek as "12 Monkeys" Season 2.
Head back to 1944 in the trailer for the upcoming second season of the sci-fi mystery series.
Syfy has announced dates for the return of "12 Monkeys" and the premiere of the new sci-fi thriller "Hunters."
Terry Matalas discusses the intricacies of planning the Syfy mystery, the motivations of the Army of the 12 Monkeys, and the nature of time itself.
2015 was great, but we're already looking forward to some of the most exciting comic book, movie and television events of 2016.
Stars Todd Stashwick & Kirk Acevedo discuss where their characters are headed in Season 2 and the problem with juggling multiple timelines.
EP Terry Matalas and actor Barbara Sukowa discuss their time-traveling SyFy series, deviating from the film and the show's stellar female roles.
"12 Monkeys" stars Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull and Emily Hampshire tease what's ahead for their characters when the Syfy series returns in 2016.
The stars of the time-traveling Syfy series teases changing alliances, and perspectives, in the upcoming season.
Karnes will play Robert Gale, an FBI agent from the 1940s, and Coyle will debut in the first episode as Dr. Benjamin Kalman, a former Markridge bioengineer.
Creators Terry Matalas and Travis Frickett along with stars of the Syfy series trek into uncharted territory past the plot of the original film.
The Nikita veteran talks with SPINOFF about his starring role in Syfy's take on the Terry Gilliam film, and how it will keep surprising viewers.