Dark Matter’s first season cliffhanger left us hanging with the crew of the Raza being carted off by Galactic Authority as a result of being betrayed by Six.
The season two premiere (Welcome to Your New Home (this season the eps have titles!) begins with Two, Three and Four going through contamination as they enter a high security prison on an airless moon. Things can only get better from there, right?
There are a lot of parallels between Wynonna Earp and Buffy the Vampire Slayer – being the Chosen One/Heir, being a bit of a troublemaker, having a younger sister and, oh, yeah, being tasked with slaying evil supernatural entities.
The primary big differences are: not having Joss Whedon writing/producing her exploits; having a much smaller budget, and being more a Western in Purgatory rather than a High School is Hell scenario.
Syfy has ordered Superman prequel Krypton to pilot. The pilot, which is set two generations prior to the planet’s destruction, follow’s Superman’s grandfather as he attempts to redeem his family’s honor and save the planet after the House of El had been shamed and ostracized.
The pilot and story are written by David S. Goyer & Ian Goldberg and directed by Damian Kindler. For more, follow the jump.
Hunters (Syfy, Mondays, 10/9C) is one of the most off-the-moment shows Syfy will ever do. Its tale of a secret government agency that hunts alien terrorists is dark, and gritty and genuinely creepy not to mention scary.
In case you missed the news this week. The official title of the next SHARKNADO movie is…SHARKNADO: THE 4TH AWAKENS! The two hour original movie will premiere four months from now on a TV very, very nearby – on Syfy, Sunday, July 31 at 8PM ET/PT.
A post-apocalyptic Western that follows a group of gunslingers as they look to rid a small town of a zombie plague? Starring members of NSYNC, the Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees and O-Town?
Sign me up!
Dead 7 is from the producers of Sharknado – and co-written by Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter and Sawyer Perry. Directed by Danny Roew (Shotgun Wedding), Dead 7 premieres on April 1st. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Based on the IDW graphic novel by Beau Smith, Syfy’s modern supernatural western, Wynonna Earp, stars Melanie Scrofrano as Wyatt Earp’s great-great granddaughter, Wynonna Earp, a young woman who left town years ago but has now returned home to face her literal and figurative demons (although she doesn’t know it when we meet her – she’s just attending a funeral).
Syrfy has released a behind-the-scenes featurette that gives us the lowdown on the new series, Wynonna Earp, which premieres on April 1st. Check it out after the jump.