Syfy is adding to its unscripted lineup with Dream Machines, which will follow Florida-based brothers Marc and Shannon Parker as they build vehicles inspired by those seen in Hollywood.
Syfy network has unveiled its jam-packed 2011 lineup, which includes the premiere of the scripted ensemble drama Alphas.
The show, premiering in July, follows a team of ordinary citizens with extraordinary abilities. Warehouse 13, Eureka and Haven are also slated to return in the summer.
Ira Steven Bahr named Alphas showrunner
"Our ambition in development is to push the boundaries of imagination, creativity, and story-telling," Syfy President Original Content Mark Stern said on Tuesday."We want to...
Ever wonder what's become of Veruca's Golden Ticket to Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, or the almanac Biff stole in Back to the Future Part II? Then meet Joe Maddalena, the man who has made it his life mission to hunt down lost relics that have been dispersed around the globe. In Syfy's new series Hollywood Treasure (Wednesdays at 10/9c), auctioneer Maddalena travels the world to save the cultural artifacts from film and history —including the original Wicked Witch of the West's hat from The Wizard of Oz and Mary Poppin's bottomless carpetbag — that have wound up people's garages and basements.
Check out some of the props he was able to track down in the video after the jump.
Last week Brenda made it clear that she wanted Marty gone, so she put into action a plan to force him to play the hidden immunity idol. But at tribal council, Marty didn't play the idol and the vote was deadlocked between Marty and Kelly B. Jeff instructed the La Flor tribe members to vote again, this time only for Marty or Kelly B. Since Marty held onto the idol, it was the perfect opportunity to oust the self-proclaimed mastermind and also get rid of the idol. But La Flor instead chose to snuff out Kelly B. Makes. No. Sense. Perhaps things will become more clear tonight when a plot is hatched to rob Marty of the unused idol. — Tim Holland
Read on for previews of the World Series, The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner, Criminal Minds, I'd Do Anything, Cougar Town, Hollywood Treasure and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.