The 13-episode post-apocalyptic horror series will be produced by The Asylum, the company behind Sharknado.
The television series based on the 1995 film that starred Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt will debut in January.
The Ronald D. Moore-produced program is expected to return in early 2015.
Smallville writer Philip Levens has set up a six-hour space thriller with the cable channel.
The cable channel aims to find the next Walking Dead or Game of Thrones while returning to the era of big-budget miniseries.
Syfy will air Metal Hurlant Chronicles, a live-action series based on the influential French sci-fi anthology.
Executive producer Steven Maeda talks with Spinoff Online about pathogens, secret agendas and secluded, spooky locations in Syfy’s new thriller Helix.
If you’re curious about Ron Moore’s new thriller, which debuts Jan. 10 on SyFy, check out the first 15 minutes.
90210 writer Liz Phang and Chuck co-creator Chris Fedak are working on a mystery thriller about a woman searching for her sister.
Syfy and Universal Cable Productions are working with 1408 screenwriter Matt Greenberg to bring Beowulf to the small screen.
Syfy has ordered a reality competition series on which contestants compete for a job at Jim Henson’s Creature Shop.
The X-Men director is developing a 90-minute pilot about massive monsters and the humans left to deal with their destructive wake.