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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.
On the new Syfy drama series Helix, an outbreak plagues an Arctic research facility. When a team from the Centers for Disease Control arrives on the scene, the researchers discover a disease that has killed at least two and turned a third man into an unstoppable monster attempting to spread the disease.
So is Ron Moore's latest project just The Walking Dead with snow? Not necessarily. "We're really trying to not make it a zombie show," showrunner Steve Maeda says. "I would say...
Syfy wants to go epic, starting with the Old English poem Beowulf.
Don't tell these sci fi-fantasy geeks to "Get a life!" They already have one — and it's making them pretty damn famous. Syfy's new reality series Heroes of Cosplay, premiering Tuesday at10:30 pm/9:30c, will follow nine uberobsessed cosplayers — that's short for "costume players" — as they travel the comic-book conventions of America dressed as their favorite characters from film, TV, anime and video games. Their costumes are elaborate, self-made and, in some cases, quite erotic.
"If you assume the world of cosplay is filled with social misfits confused about the priorities in life, you're in for a surprise," says executive producer Mark Cronin.
Looks like Syfy didn't like our pitch for the Sharknado sequel: 2 Shark 2 Nado.
The follow up to the buzzed-about Syfy TV movie will be titled...
It's unclear whether there will actually be a Sharknado 2, but star Tara Reid certainly hopes so.
"Why not?" Reid told TMZ Live when asked if she would be on board for a sequel to the SyFy movie that premiered this week.
After taking Los Angeles and Twitter by storm on Thursday night, Syfy's TV movie Sharknado may be getting a sequel.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Syfy's executive vice president of programming and original movies, Thomas Vitale, sounded optimistic about a possible Sharknado Part Deux, but stressed that....
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"We're going to need a bigger chopper!"
That's a line from Syfy's upcoming original movie, Sharknado. That's right, it's a movie about sharks and tornadoes!
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The film, which stars Tara Reid and Ian Ziering, sees super tornadoes suck sharks up from the ocean floor and hurl them at Los Angeles. Sounds like it's going to be raining great whites instead of cats and dogs! Check out the trailer for the movie, which premieres Thursday at 9/8c on Syfy: