Syfy has been building some major buzz with its most recent genre series, including the breakout hit 'Defiance' and buzzworthy and upcoming Ron Moore project 'Helix,' but the latest venture could be the most high-profile yet. Sources say '12 Monkeys' may soon end up as an ongoing TV series, sans Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt or Terry Gilliam, but with a major connection to the movie, regardless.
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!
Even with Jamie Foxx's busy year starring in everything from 'White House Down' to 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' we had been excited to see the 'Django Unchained' star return to TV by writing, directing and producing a horror anthology series for Syfy this fall. Now, scheduling conflicts have forced Foxx to postpone the project, potentially moving it to 2014 or beyond.
We're excited for former 'Battlestar Galactica' head Ron Moore to get back into the Syfy game with the buzzy new horror series 'Helix,' and today the cable network has given us yet another reason. Fresh off his work on NBC's 'Hannibal,' film and TV director David Slade will helm the pilot episode of Syfy's 'Helix,' but just how soon can we expect to see Ron Moore's latest work?
Among Syfy's numerous pilot offerings for the 2013-14 pilot season, we're most excited to get a look at 'Helix,' a dark new sci-fi thriller executive produced by 'Battlestar Galactica' redux creator and show-runner Ron Moore. The hotly-anticipated new series has just given out its first teaser trailer, but is it as dark and unsettling as we've dreamed? Get a first look at Ron Moore's new Syfy thriller 'Helix' inside!
With 'Django Unchained' largely in the rear view mirror, and 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' currently shooting, Jamie Foxx has pulled a fast one on fans today by announcing his commitment to a new TV project. The Academy Award-winning star will write, direct, produce, and potentially even star in a new horror anthology miniseries for Syfy, but what about the mysterious project could attract such a big Hollywood name?
In case you hadn't realized, Syfy's Upfront presentation brought with it a plethora of pickups and renewals, most monumental of which is a fourth season renewal of UK-adapted drama 'Being Human'! The vampire/werewolf/ghost drama recently wrapped its third season to banner ratings, making the renewal all the more timely, but will anything be different about 'Being Human' season 4?
No, it's not another 'Battlestar Galactica' prequel in the vein of the recent 'Blood & Chrome,' but we'll take any excuse to get series creator Ron Moore's work back on TV. Following initial reports in January, Syfy has officially ordered the 'Battlestar Galactica' helmer's new sci-fi series 'Helix' for a full 13 episodes, but will Moore himself be at the helm? Find out the genetic make-up of Ron Moore's new series 'Helix' inside!
'Battlestar Galatica' prequel mini-series 'Blood & Chrome' may have been kicked around a bit by Syfy before landing its debut on Machinima, and more recently airing in full on the TV network, but that hasn't stopped the Adama-centric prequel from gaining steam. Not only does 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' hit shelves today in its unrated glory, but the network has released a number of deleted scenes and BTS featurettes from the film! Check out what you might have missed from 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' inside!
A long time ago, in a very different galaxy far, far away, 'Battlestar Galactica' fans were excited by the prospect of their favorite Syfy series being resurrected as the prequel effort "Blood & Chrome," chronicling a young William Adama in the days of the first Cylon war. Syfy passed on the project as a series, and seemingly shelved the outing altogether before airing the pilot movie in pieces as a web series. Now as promised Syfy has issued an official premiere date for 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' to air on the network in its entirety, so find out when inside!