AMC’s annual FearFest programming event is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month and the network is going all out with a 19-day screamfest that includes more than eighty films from franchises like A Nightmare on Elm St., Friday the 13th, The amityville Horror, The Exorcist and more.
Then there’s the complete run of The Walking Dead to date – six seasons/88 episodes of one of the most watches television shows in history – plus the two-hour retrospective special The Walking Dead: Journey So Far, and the seventh season season premiere of The Walking Dead.
SyFy’s popular new program Hollywood Treasure is a different type of reality-based show. It has a premise and format that hooks the viewer through the presentation of interesting Hollywood memorabilia, while tapping into the curiosity factor of wanting to know not only how much they are worth but what others are ultimately willing to pay for them. The show has an addictive, quick-paced formula basically consisting of three ‘hooks’ and each week presents two half-hour episodes. There are even special auctions held to benefit charity. And the best part is that SyFy also makes it possible for viewers to take part in auctions. This includes unique items from fan favorites Battlestar Galactica, Caprica, Warehouse 13, as well as trip packages for Comic Con with VIP access, and an all-expense paid weekend with the Ghost Hunters. You can also get your hands on scripts signed by the cast of Stargate Universe or Warehouse 13. Or how about the purple dress worn by Alessandra Torresani on Caprica? These and many other items are now up for grabs to the highest bidder.