Looks like Syfy is ready to leave Eureka after all.
Less than a week after ordering a six-episode sixth season, Syfy has reversed its decision, canceling the drama after its upcoming fifth season. The network called it a "difficult business decision" and urged fans to look forward to the ...
Is Syfy ready to leave Eureka?
The cable network has ordered an abbreviated six-episode sixth season of the series, according to Deadline.com, which also reports that the shortened season will be the show's last. However, Mark Stern, Syfy's president of original content told The Hollywood Reporter there are no such plans to...
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Battlestar Galactica star James Callis is sticking with Syfy.
The actor has been cast as a new regular in the network's most popular original series, Eureka.
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Syfy's Eureka (finally) welcomes viewers back to that crazy Pacific Northwestern town this Friday at 9 pm/ET, and to hear cast member Salli Richardson-Whitfield tell it, the new episodes are pregnant with possibilities.
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In this TVGuide.com video Q&A, Richardson-Whitfield reveals which came first — her own real-life pregnancy, or the one written into Allison Blake's storyline. As for her alter ego's eventual childbirth, she teases, "It's a very big episode... and a real bonding experience between me and Carter."
In her on-camera sit-down, Richardson-Whitfield also ...