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Syfy Renews Haven Through 2015

Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant

Syfy has ordered 26 more episodes of Haven for a split fifth season, the cable channel announced Tuesday. 

The first half of the season will air this fall, and the remaining 13 episodes will air in 2015.

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Syfy Renews Haven for Season 4

Lucas Bryant, Eric Balfour and Emily Rose

Haven has been renewed for a 13-episode fourth season, Syfy announced Friday.

The third season of Syfy's hit series has been averaging... read more

Syfy Renews Haven for Season 3


Syfy is staying in Haven, ordering a third season of the supernatural drama, Variety reports.

The 13 new episodes will air sometime next year.

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Loosely based on Stephen King's novella, The Colorado Kid, Haven takes place in a quaint Maine town filled with... read more

VIDEO: Eric Balfour Gets Some Lovin' on Haven's New Season

Eric Balfour

Haven fans may not recognize Duke Crocker's new love interest, but she's no stranger to his past.

"This woman [played by Vinessa Antoine] appears, who, it turns out, is technically married to Duke," Eric Balfour tells us. "It was a whirlwind shotgun wedding and she's kind of a con artist like Duke is. Somewhere along the lines she burned him."

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Keck's Exclusives: Eric Balfour Terrorizes No Ordinary Family

Eric Balfour

ABC's No Ordinary Family is continuing the fun trend of casting familiar TV faces as cool super villains. The latest to sign up as a Powell family foe is 24 and Six Feet Under alum Eric Balfour. Eric will play a death row inmate named Marcus Winnick in two episodes that will likely air in March.  

Viewers seem to be responding to NOF's villain-of-the-week stunt casting, which has also included sinister visits from Rick Schroder, Anthony Michael Hall, and most recently... read more

On Syfy, Fantasy Lite


"In this job, there's no such thing as no such thing."

That clever quip gives us summer Syfy in a nutshell. As spoken by Warehouse 13's glib Secret Service hero Pete Lattimer (the genial Eddie McClintock) to his foxy partner Mika Bering (Joanne Kelly) while both are plastered to a Victorian ceiling by some anti-gravity device or other, we are served the fantastic with a side order of whimsy, with very little ever taken seriously... read more

Brittany Murphy Laid to Rest

Brittany Murphy

Friends and family members came together on Thursday to lay Brittany Murphy to rest at Los Angeles' Forest Lawn Memorial Park, has confirmed.

Actress Brittany Murphy dead at 32

The 32-year-old actress died last Sunday after going into full cardiac arrest at her home.

Her husband, Simon Monjack, and her mother, Sharon, were joined by... read more

Mega Minute: Grey's Gossip, Big Bang Buzz and More

Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:

• Will Grey's Anatomy cut deep into a major character's mysterious past?

• Does Leonard's mom got it going on? Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki names the actress he longs to call "Ma."

• Former 24 good guy Eric Balfour turns up on a Law & Order — but which one?

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Are the producers of 24 ...

Question: Are the producers of 24 completely clueless? In a season with no surprises and very little originality, why do they continue to blow any suspense by listing "unexpected" characters in the guest credits before the program begins? In the past two weeks, the appearances of William Devane and James Cromwell, respectively, might have caused us to sit up (or even wake up) if we had not known they were coming. Who didn't figure out Jack's father was the one calling the shots in that ludicrous invasion on CTU (the most porous place on earth) once Cromwell's name appeared in the credits? 24 can't afford to miss even one opportunity to surprise its audience, yet it continues to sabotage itself. Why? Answer: At this point in the game, why ask why? Let's just tough it out like grown-ups and wait for the show to reinvent itself next season. The William Devane moment (a restraining order against Jack? Really?) was so absurd that I didn't care that they blew the reveal, but it's true that ... read more

Love and Death: The Story Behind 24's Latest Casualty

Eric Balfour with Marisol Nichols, 24

In the end, it was love that did Milo in. In Monday night's episode of Fox's 24, CTU's Internet protocol manager (played by Eric Balfour) took a bullet to the head from the Chinese terrorists as they raided CTU. By claiming that he was in charge, he saved Nadia Yassir (Marisol Nichols), the real chief. "Milo was basically in love with Nadia and so, afraid the Chinese would hurt her, he put his life on the line," says Balfour, who sounds weirdly chipper about his alter ego's execution.It turns out the actor asked to die. "About two months ago, I got an offer to do a CBS cop show that sounded really exciting, and I felt it was a golden opportunity," he says, referring to read more

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