The winter weather all along the coast has made things feel especially claustrophobic, so what better time for some similarly snow-fallen Syfy scares? 'Battlestar Galactica' creator Ron Moore's diseased new horror thriller 'Helix' will arrive on January 10, but you can watch the creepy first 15 minutes of the premiere right now!
Though there wasn't yet footage to see of Ron Moore's Syfy return project 'Helix,' we've been anticipating the deadly disease drama since its early inception. Following the earlier release of first-look photographs, the oozy new thriller has finally slithered out a first official trailer, so gird your stomach and check out Ron Moore's Syfy 'Helix'!
Over the summer we got our first look at 'Battlestar Galactica' creator Ron Moore's return to Syfy with the announcement of virology drama 'Helix,' though at the time no footage or photos of the dark new series were available. Finally, the virus has begun to spread as Syfy's 'Helix' has leaked out in the first disgusting photographs!
Syfy's upcoming buzzworthy Ron Moore project 'Helix' has yet to shoot a single frame of official footage, but you'd never know it from the buzz and advertising floating around Comic-Con 2013. Supporting the spread of 'Helix' is the first major casting announced today, that 'The Killing' star Billy Campbell will take the lead role in the sci-fi thriller, which has also issued a brand-new teaser!
Well, this is an unexpected turn! No, former 'Angel' star and current 'Bones' lead David Boreanaz hasn't decided to leave the long-running FOX series behind, but rather the angelic star has signed on with a host of others for DirecTV's trippy new Neil LaBute series 'Full Circle.' Also starring Minka Kelly, Kate Walsh, 'Harry Potter's' Tom Felton and more, the 10-episode series takes on a rather unique format you'll need to read for yourself inside!
A few weeks ago we were surprised to learn that AMC would indeed return Veena Sud's murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' for a third season, having previously passed on the opportunity. Now, with Netflix splitting the costs and a likely summer airdate, all eyes are on 'The Killing's cast to see who from the first two seasons will return. Holder and Linden themselves, Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos are expected, but can the same be said of Billy Campbell, Michelle Forbes and Brent Sexton? Answers inside!