Syfy has canceled Alphas, the superhuman drama created by Zak Penn and Michael Karnow, after a two-season run. The show’s Season 2 finale in October attracted just 1 million viewers.
The cast and new showrunner of Alphas offered fans at Comic-Con International a preview of what lies ahead in the second season of Syfy’s super-powered drama.
We’re almost midway through the year, and more importantly, we’re also almost finished with one of the more dull months for TV premieres of the year. July holds a lot more promise, with plenty of old favorites making a triumphant return. Here are just five you should tune into.
Syfy has released a 30-second television spot for the second season of its hit series Alphas, which debuts Monday, July 23.
The cable network has picked up the superhuman drama for a second season.
Co-creator Zak Penn, showrunner Ira Steven Behr and star David Strathairn talk with the press at Comic-Con International about Syfy’s new superhuman drama.
There’s something pleasing about the news that last night’s Syfy triple bill of Eureka, Warehouse 13 and Alphas was the most-watched Monday night of programming on the channel for ten years – But is there also something to learn from it?
X-Men: The Last Stand writer Zak Penn and Happy Town actor Warren Christie discuss the downside of superhuman abilities in their new series Alphas, which premieres tonight on Syfy.
Stars Azita Ghanizada and Ryan Cartwright and Executive Producer Ira Steven Behr discuss Syfy’s upcoming super-powered drama Alphas.
The writer of X-Men: The Last Stand says his upcoming Syfy superhuman thriller and NBC’s canceled superhero drama are on “two opposite ends of the genre.” Alphas premieres on July 11.
The cable channel has premiered the trailer for the superhuman thriller co-created by X-Men: The Last Stand writer Zak Penn. The drama debuts on July 11.
A moment of silence, please, for Syfy’s SGU: Stargate Universe, which finishes its run with Monday’s episode, “Gauntlet.” Not only am I personally sad about the show’s cancellation, I also think that it’s bad news for Syfy overall. After all: Where are the network’s science fiction shows now?