Killjoys, a 10-episode series built around three fun-loving interstellar bounty hunters, has been greenlit by Syfy to premiere in 2015. The series was created by Michelle Lovretta (Lost Girl) and is produced by Temple Street Productions (Orphan Black). With that pedigree it should be quite a ride.
For further details, follow the jump to the press release.
Effective Monday, January 27th, Bitten and Lost Girl are switching timeslots with Bitten moving to 8/7C and Lost Girl moving to the more appropriate 10/9C slot. Being Human will remain in its regular 9/8C slot.
Syfy’s Winter 2014 schedule gets off to a supercharged start when the two-hour premiere of Ronald D. Moore’s Helix infects the Friday, January 10th (10/9C) timeslot. Bitten, based on Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld books and starring Laura Vandervoort, sinks its fangs into the Syfy schedule on Monday, January 13th (10-9C). Opposite Worlds, a new reality series pits contestants against each other in a past vs. future competition beginning Thursday, January 21 (10/9C).
Returning dramas are Lost Girl (Monday, January 13th at 8/7C) and Being Human (Monday, January 13th at 9/8C); returning reality series are Face Off (Tuesday, January 14th at 9/8C) and Ghost Hunters (Wednesday, January 22nd at 9/8C).
Follow the jump for further details.
Rick Howland and Paul Amos of Syfy’s Lost Girl will be in New York City October 11 and 12 to take part in a special Lost Girl event at J&T Music World – the show’s fans can meet them and pick up any season DVD/Blu-ray set they might be needing for their collections – and then appearing at this year’s New York Comic-Con for a panel, a signing and special Lost Girl promotions from the FUNimation booth.
For details, check out the official press release after the jump.
Season Four of Lost Girl begins production today in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The series, which has built up an extensive mythology based in the realms of the Fae, has been a reliable ratings-getter for Syfy and the show’s Canadian home, Showcase.
The fourth season will feature some notable guest stars including George Takei (Star Trek) and Ali Liebert (Bomb Girls) amd will return to Syfy in early 2014. Follow the jump to check out the official press release.
In conjunction with tonight’s season three finale of Lost Girl (10/9C), Syfy is releasing Lost Girl: The Game – a free mobile gaming app built around an original storyline by the show’s writers. It will feature an ‘interactive, mission-based experience inspired by the popular Syfy original series.
For details, follow the jump.
Syfy has renewed its acquired scripted series Lost Girl for a 13-episode fourth season. The sexy supernatural series is centered on Anna Silk’s Bo, a succubus who is a relative newcomer to the Fae world and is learning about that world – and herself – as we do.
The official press release follows the jump.
Fans of Syfy’s supernatural series Lost Girl will be pleased to hear that the show will have a double-barrelled presence at Comic-Con 2012. Anna Silk, Ksenia Solo and Kris Holden-Ried will headline a panel that will also include Executive Producer Jay Firestone (Prodigy Pictures) and veteran Lost Girl writer and Executive Producer, Emily Andras on Saturday, July 14 at 8:15pm in room: 6BCF.
Earlier in the day, at the FUNimation booth (#4135), fans who pre-order the first season one DVD will also get a Lost Girl Tee and an autograph ticket (while supplies last).
Full details from the FUNimation press release follow the jump.
Awhile back, I had the opportunity to take part in a conference call with the stars of Syfy’s Lost Girl [10/9C] as they helped promote the show’s debut. For one reason or another, the transcript did not arrive on time to be posted for the premiere, but since the conversation went deeper than just the premiere – and because Anna Silk, Zoie Palmer and Kris Holden Ried [currently appearing in Underworld: Awakening, as it happens] were so much [positively cheeky in places], it’s only fair to share the experience with EclipseMagazine.com’s readers.
Note: There is a huge spoiler for Season Two somewhere below. Just sayin’…
When I heard that Syfy had picked up the first two season of Lost Girl [Mondays, 10/9C], I was tickled pink. This is a series that has a fresh take on the supernatural world of the Fae – and a lead character/Chosen One who could’ve been the villain on any other show.