Hunger Games has cast Caprica star Paula Malcomson to play the mother of Katniss and Prim, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In the books, Mrs. Everdeen is grieving after her husband's death and...
Paula Malcomson will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Private Practice, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Following the cancellation of Caprica, Syfy has axed Stargate Universe, the network announced Thursday.
Stargate Universe, the third show in the franchise after...
Syfy will air the final five episodes of the recently canceled Caprica in January, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Syfy cancels Battlestar Galactica prequel Caprica
The episodes are slated to air back-to-back on Tuesday, Jan. 4, starting at 6/5c.
Syfy canceled Caprica last month due to...
SEATTLE MED: Welcome, TV peeps, to the November sweeps, late-October edition, where not all stunts are created equal. First among non-equals is TV's still-reigning hospital soap, the durable Grey's Anatomy, showing it has lost none of its juice — and neither has the faux-documentary format — in a wrenching and pivotal episode seemingly inspired by last summer's excellent Boston Med. Or is it the local sweeps news? The show temporarily becomes Seattle Medical: Road to Recovery, with sensational teasers amid other infotainment hoopla, as hand-held cameras follow the doctors along the usual rounds of triumph (a double arm transplant, a regenerative trachea procedure in the pediatrics ward) and tragedy (Mandy Moore, from the shoot-em-up cliffhanger, is back, but goes into an irreversible coma after Bailey's routine op). The gimmick, though familiar, illuminates character as we watch them do their jobs from a new perspective while sparing us from the show's maddening tendency to overshare...
What the Frak! Caprica has been canceled.
Syfy announced Wednesday that the remaining episodes of the Battlestar Galactica prequel are being removed from the schedule next week. The final five episodes of the second season will be rescheduled to air in...
Edward James Olmos
Syfy is returning to the Battlestar Galactica universe once again, this time for a new series prequel following Ensign William Adama fresh out of the Academy, the network announced Friday.
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome will be a two-hour pilot set in the tenth year of the first Cylon War. In the midst of the battle between humans and their creations, a young Adama finds himself leading the colonial fleet's newest addition, the Galactica...
Chris Colfer, Eric Stoltz
Have faith. Always a good motto to go by as we embark on the roller-coaster ride of a new TV season.
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No show asks us to take more of a leap of faith each week than Fox's Glee, the over-the-top high-school musical fantasy that can be sensationally entertaining and thoroughly irritating sometimes within the same episode — or even the same scene. (Flashback to last week's Britney Spears homage episode. A mess story-wise, but the music-video production numbers were a wow, and while the "Toxic" group number was a Fosse-esque highlight, the cutaways to the grotesque student-body euphoria were, in a word, toxic...
Caprica is returning to Syfy sooner than initially planned.
Originally scheduled to come back in January, the Battlestar Galactica prequel, starring Eric Stoltz and Esai Morales, now will kick off...
Melrose Place, V
The new fall TV season means plenty of promising new shows — and canceling struggling old ones to make room. As the networks roll out new programs this month at their upfront presentations to advertisers, here's our list of 13 at-risk shows. Many have posted significant ratings declines. Others are expensive to produce, getting old, or just aren't performing as well as their time-slot rivals. Read about the issues each faces and then weigh in on which shows deserve to stay — or go.