The 13-episode series, about members of a spaceship crew who awaken from stasis with no memories, is based on a 2012 Dark Horse miniseries.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about what drew him to the three-part space thriller, and the joys of working with Battlestar Galactica‘s Tricia Helfer.
The cable channel has debuted a trio of videos to help promote its upcoming sci-fi miniseries.
The acclaimed sci-fi director will executive produce the miniseries based on Arthur C. Clarke’s final “Space Odyssey” novel.
At New York Comic Con, the producers of the upcoming Syfy series teased a vision different from Terry Gilliam’s film, but avoided revealing their new rules for time travel.
The producers and one of the stars spoke to reporters at New York Comic Con about bringing their version of Terry Gilliam’s dystopian film to television.
The actor tells SPINOFF how the zombies in Syfy’s new post-apocalyptic drama differ from all the others, and why his character is “all business.”