Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens delivers what it promises.
“There are no rules in Sharknado,” says director Anthony C. Ferrante.
Roland Emmerich will direct a rebooted trilogy of Stargate feature films, produced by Dean Devlin. Oh, good.
Syfy is bringing the standard-bearer of modern nerdery to bear in its effort to return to its science-fiction roots.
Phoenix Comicon organizers have struck a celebrity guest from the lineup after learning he tried to sell T-shirts that used another guest’s artwork without permission.
In the same breath, SyFy is trumpeting the renewal and announcing the cancellation of Warehouse 13, the whimsical adventure series now in the latter half of its fourth season.
BBC America has a new trailer for the “Doctor Who” Christmas special, “The Snowmen,” and so does proper BBC across the pond.
Remember when Syfy was just The Sci-Fi Channel, and it showed more science fiction programming than reality shows, James Bond marathons and wrestling? Revisit those halcyon days when the cable […]
On Xmas day we’re going to have the U.S. premiere of the Doctor Who spinoff series K-9. Whovians, mark your calendars! — Craig Engler (@Syfy) December 5, 2012 More about […]
It was December 2010 when I last mentioned the development of a new movie based on the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying franchise for Syfy. And it wasn’t really news then. […]