Renowned movie-poster illustrator Drew Struzan was honored by both industry peers and fans at a packed, standing-room-only panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
The cast and creator of SyFy’s Being Human entertained their fans with their antics and even found a little time to discuss the upcoming season during their Comic-Con International panel.
It may be the start of a new year, but it’s also the start of a new month and that means as ever a look at what’s lying ahead in terms of new seasons and new shows on television. The days of mid-winter being a quiet time for television schedules is over, with January seeing the return of a couple of comedy favorites, the return of what may be Syfy’s best series and a couple of newcomers waiting to win your attention.
Syfy’s Being Human returns for its second season tomorrow, offering more thrills, spills and supernatural soap operatics for your buck than we have any reason to expect. If you missed the first season, here’s everything you need to know to get caught up.
As soon as January arrives and the holidays are out the way, television can finally begin to settle back into the business of offering enjoyable entertainment on a regular basis. Not only will we get new episodes of favorite shows like Fringe and Parks and Recreation, but there are also midseason premieres of favorites old and, just maybe, new. Here are five you should pay attention to.
Executive Producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver joined the cast of their Syfy hit Being Human at Comic-Con International to talk about the supernatural drama’s upcoming second season.
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?
The cable channel announced premiere dates for the sci-fi drama Outcasts and the supernatural thriller Bedlam.
Now that the merger between NBC Universal and Kabletown – sorry, I mean, Comcast – has been approved by the FCC and introductory memos have been sent out to all staff members to make it official, it’s time for the peacock network to start living up to its new motto and make history (again). Here’re five thoughts how they can do that.