Syfy’s Chucky Series Is Officially on the Way

Last year, we got news that, aside from the Child’s Play reboot, another updated take on the Chucky mythos might be on the way. And this weekend, at the Television Critics’ Association winter press tour, it was confirmed. Make room in your heart for more haunted puppet shenanigans, ‘cause Chucky’s back. Read More >>

In The Expanse Season 4, Bobbie Embraces a New and Dangerous Life

The Expanse is a show that loves to surprise people. And the only reason the series still exists is because Amazon Prime surprised the world with a renewal after Syfy’s cancellation. But through all the twists, turns, and ring gates, there’s been one constant: Bobbie Draper, the steadfast Martian Marine who would never do anything to jeopardise her honour. At least, until now. Read More >>

The Expanse’s Third Season Hits Amazon Next Month, Belters Still Waiting for That Season 4 Premiere Date

Later this year, we’ll get to see the fourth season of The Expanse, after Amazon swooped in and saved the show from cancellation at Syfy’s hands. But good news: you can while away the time you’ll spend waiting for it by being able to watch all three seasons so far on Amazon Prime Video, starting next month. Read More >>

Deadly Class, and the Powers and Limitations of a One Man Show

There’s one thing that’s clear from visiting the set of Syfy’s new comic book series, Deadly Class: This is Rick Remender’s show. Read More >>

Deadly Class Is Coming in January to Say Yes to Ultraviolence

The ‘80s were a turbulent time. The Drug War, the Cold War, the plague of teen assassins roaming the land. That sounds about right, yeah? Right? Read More >>

Lev Grossman’s Magicians Are Coming to Comics 

While Quentin Coldwater might technically be the central focus of Lev Grossman’s book series The Magicians—as well as Syfy’s adaptation of the series—a new comic book from Boom Studios is set to explore the life of one of Brakebills’ largely unsung heroines. Read More >>

Good Afternoon, Here’s Footage of a Shark Fighting A T-Rex From the Final Sharknado Film

For years, the Sharknado film series has offered some of the most ridiculous nonsense to ever grace television. A one-off attempt at B-movie glory that struck apparent gold for Syfy, the series is now six movies deep, and, well, there’s only so much left to do. Read More >>

The Expanse Showrunner Talks About the Move to Amazon and What’s Coming in Season 4

There was a grim moment this spring when Syfy announced that The Expanse’s third season would be its last on the network—and the future of the beloved sci-fi series was in serious doubt. But with Amazon stepping in, The Expanse will be back, and last week at San Diego Comic-Con, we got a chance to talk to showrunner Naren Shankar about what’s to come. Read More >>

Syfy’s Deadly Class Introduces a Student Body Focused on Body Counts in Its First Trailer

If you thought your secondary school years sucked, hey, at least you weren’t at a school full of people explicitly trained to kill you. Read More >>

Syfy is Reviving the Leprechaun Franchise For Some Godawful Reason

Syfy has made some questionable programming choices in the past, but few rank as baffling as this: the network has announced Leprechaun Returns, the newest installment what might be the most inexplicably racist horror movie franchise ever made. Read More >>

Syfy’s Plan to Save Itself: Harry Potter, Comic Books, and George R.R. Martin

For years now — since around the time the channel purposefully misspelled its name from Sci Fi to Syfy — the former home of science fiction on television has been something of a joke. And now the channel and its owners at NBC think they can save it. Read More >>

Hackers the Reality Show Would Be Great If Hacking Weren’t So Boring

SyFy has announced a new reality TV show called Hackers. It's about hacking, naturally, and the telly network promises it will be awesome and exciting. (Spoiler: hacking is incredibly boring.) Read More >>