Syfy will host six panels at San Diego’s Comic-Con 2015 – including two exclusive screenings for Dominion and new, epic series, The Expanse (followed by a panel with the show’s executive producers and cast – moderated by the writer of the novels).
Other panels will include: Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (writer, director, cast), Childhood’s End (screenwriter and stars), 12 Monkeys (executive producers and cast) and Z Nation (executive producer, writer-producer and cast).
Check out the times and places following the jump.
Syfy has announced its Summer 2015 schedule and its a fairly even mix and new and returning shows plus The Son of the Return of the Monster Magnet yet another Sharknado epic.
The new shows include: Dark Matter, from Stargate veterans Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie; Killjoys, from the creator of Lost Girl and the producers of Orphan Black, and Geeks Who Drink, based on the nationwide pub trivia contest and hosted by Zachary Levi.
Returning shows include: Defiance, Dominion and Face Off. Follow the jump for series details and premiere dates.
I thought I’d say farewell to 2014 by excising the memory of the worst television had to offer in the past year. The list is an official Dirty Dozen of shows that were misconceived from the start, or smothered potentially great ideas under the weight of terrible writing (making one wonder how their creators could have even had that good of an idea to begin with).
There are no reality shows here – neither competition or alleged slice-of-life variety does much for me so I tend not to watch them. I haven’t seen everything, so there are probably a ton of awful shows that I have never seen. Feel free to add your thoughts on terrible shows in the comments.
So as to not single out a single worst show of the year, I’ve listed the contenders alphabetically.
Syfy has two new and two returning series set for summer, 2014 – along with a startling documentary. It’s angels versus humans in new series Dominion, which follows season two of alien invasion series Defiance on July 19th; sci-fi make-up effects series Face Off returns July 22nd, and competitive magic series Wizard Wars debuts on August 19th.
The documentary Aliens on the Moon takes a look at what ‘really might have’ happened the day that we landed on the moon. For details, check out the press release following the jump.
This summer, Syfy expands its schedule of original programming to Thursdays with the premieres of Defiance and Dominion. Season two of Defiance will take the 8/7C slot, while new series Dominion will follow at 9/8C. Both shows will premiere on Thursday, June 19th.
For more series details, check out the press release after the jump.
Syfy has ordered to series the supernatural action drama Dominion – set in a post-apocalyptic world where humanity, led by the archangel Michael, battles angels for survival. The series, which follows the events of the theatrical film Legion, will be shot in South Africa and is planned for a 2014 premiere.
For more details, check out the press release after the jump.
The cast of Dominion, Syfy’s supernatural series pilot about the aftermath of war between humanity and angels, has been rounded out with the addition of four actors including Anthony Stewart Head, best known for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Merlin.
Also joining the cast are Roxanne McKee (Hollyoaks, Game of Thrones), Luke Allen-Gale (The Borgias) and Shivani Ghai (Five Days, EastEnders). Check out the press release, after the jump, for character details.
Christopher Egan, Tom Wisdom and Alan Dale have been cast in Syfy’s pilot for the supernatural series Dominon, based on the movie Legion – which was about a war between angels and humanity. The series is set twenty-five years later on a world that has been ‘catastrophically transformed’ by what has come to be known as the Extermination War.
Egan will play Alex Lannen, an orphan with a rebellious streak – who may be humanity’s savior; Wisdom will be Michael, the greatest warrior angel – who sided with the humans, and Dale is Rysen, the general who led humans to eventual victory in the war. For more details, follow the jump to the press release.
Syfy has greenlighted a pilot for Dominion, a supernatural sequel series to the evil angels movie Legion. Dominion would be set twenty-five years after the war between the angels and humanity and would focus on a rebellious young soldier who discovers that he’s is to be our savior.It’s Good vs. Evil on an epic scale.