Mark McGrath, Dante Palminteri and Ian Ziering
We have no one to blame but ourselves.
Sharknado 2: The Second One, the follow-up to last summer's surprisingly popular-for-all-the-wrong-reasons Sharknado, set a record as the network's most watched original movie ever, the network announced Thursday.
Aaron Ashmore, Hannah John-Kamen, Luke Macfarlane
Syfy has assembled the main cast for its upcoming science-fiction drama Killjoys, a new series from the same production house as Orphan Black and the creator of Lost Girl. British stage actress Hannah John-Kamen, Warehouse 13's Aaron Ashmore, and Brothers and Sisters' Luke Macfarlane will suit up as a trio of fun-loving and hard-living bounty hunters who chase warrants in outer space.
Sharknado 2: The Second One
"You just jumped the shark," Mark McGrath says in the latest trailer for Sharknado 2: The Next One, probably one Sharknado movie too late. Syfy rolled out a new extended trailer for the next chapter of its social-media phenomenon, and it's heavy on Big Apple pride, airborne toothy fish, and surprise celebrity cameos.
They can handle mysterious islands, criminals, and even the Winchesters, but can they handle zombies?
Syfy announced Thursday that Harold Perrineu (Lost), Tom Everett Scott (Southland), and DJ Qualls (Supernatural) have all joined the cast of Z Nation, a new post-apocalyptic drama from former Eureka producer Karl Schaefer.
Don't you hate it when you're walking in Times Square and all of a sudden a Sharknado materializes out of nowhere and an airborne Great White eats your Pilates partner? That's exactly the type of mayhem that'll be going down in the upcoming sequel to Syfy's ridiculous hit Sharknado. The network has finally released the first footage from Sharknado 2: The Second One, and yep, it's just as loony as you'd expect...
Syfy is gonna need a bigger boat.
The network has ordered Sharknado 3, before the second installment in the franchise even airs. The threequel will air in summer 2015, though Syfy has not specified in which city it will take place.
Anna Hopkins and Grant Bowler, insert: Jim Murray
Killing an Earth Republic officer with a letter opener is a sure way to lose your gig. When Syfy's Defiance returns June 19, badass Datak Tarr (Tony Curran) is out as mayor and E-Rep dandy Niles Pottinger (Jim Murray, inset) is in, after a seemingly bloodless coup.
Syfy has given a straight-to-series order to The Expanse, a space opera from Academy Award-nominated screenwriting duo Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby (Children of Men, Iron Man).
Based on the science fiction book series ...