Co-creator Zak Penn, showrunner Ira Steven Behr and star David Strathairn talk with the press at Comic-Con International about Syfy's new superhuman drama.
In a surprise twist, the cable network has announced it won't renew the series for a six-episode sixth season and will instead cancel the comedy-drama after the upcoming Season 5.
So, an early goodbye, then, to Syfy's Eureka. The network announced earlier this week that the show's fifth season will be its last, ordering an additional six episodes to allow everything to be wrapped up in a satisfactory and enjoyable manner. It's a bittersweet moment because, although the show got five years and some warning about its demise - A happier fate than, say Stargate Universe or Caprica - it's a show that I'll readily admit to watching, enjoying and kind of feeling like it's the televisual equivalent of comfort food, and one that I'll definitely miss. For those who've never seen the show, here are five episodes you should sample to see if it's something you should fall in (mild) love with.
Executive Producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver joined the cast of their Syfy hit Being Human at Comic-Con International to talk about the supernatural drama’s upcoming second season.
Thinking about some of the news from SDCC this year - Specifically, the Sixth Gun news, about it being made into a television series by the Syfy network - it struck me: Indie comics are the small screen Marvel. And I'm not quite sure what that's going to mean for their future.
X-Men: The Last Stand writer Zak Penn and Happy Town actor Warren Christie discuss the downside of superhuman abilities in their new series Alphas, which premieres tonight on Syfy.
Syfy's Warehouse 13 returns for a third season tomorrow, continuing to mix historical super-science and magic with comedy and the promise of thrills, spills and maybe the occasional chill, for taste. But if you've never tuned in before now, here are the answers to all the questions you might be asking in order to get up to speed.
Stars Azita Ghanizada and Ryan Cartwright and Executive Producer Ira Steven Behr discuss Syfy’s upcoming super-powered drama Alphas.
Props, wardrobe, set decorations and more from Stargate, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe will be sold this weekend at Vancouver's Bridge Studios, home to the sci-fi franchise for the past 14 years.
Sky Movies has debuted a new trailer and 14 images for the television prequel to the classic Peter Pan, which envisions Peter as an orphan who, along with his friends, is sent by their mentor Jimmy Hook to steal a magical orb that transports them to another world.
The writer of X-Men: The Last Stand says his upcoming Syfy superhuman thriller and NBC's canceled superhero drama are on "two opposite ends of the genre." Alphas premieres on July 11.
In an open letter to fans, network Senior Vice President Craig Engler explains that declining ratings, which at one point fell to 1.7 million viewers, was the sole reason behind the show's cancellation.
A moment of silence, please, for Syfy's SGU: Stargate Universe, which finishes its run with Monday's episode, "Gauntlet." Not only am I personally sad about the show's cancellation, I also think that it's bad news for Syfy overall. After all: Where are the network's science fiction shows now?