Syfy is entering the zombie fray with "Z Nation," and now we know when it'll be premiering. Here's the network's full fall 2014 lineup, which also includes event series "Ascension" and another "31 Days of Halloween" in October.
Fans of SyFy's super-popular program "Ghost Hunters" will be glad to hear that Season 9 of the show will be hitting DVD courtesy of Grand Entertainment Group distribution company. "Ghost Hunters: Season 9" will haunt the shelves in the second quarter of 2014.
Once again Syfy will be presenting its "31 Days of Halloween" in October, and we have all the details along with some highlights of what's happening beforehand in September and afterwards in November.
"Ghost Hunters," Syfy’s longest-running unscripted series, continues its eighth season with 14 new episodes beginning Wednesday, September 5th, at 9 PM ET/PT, and we have the synopses of the first four.
About three months ago Bloody Disgusting reported that a new found footage flick was on its way from Universal called Paranormalists. After that we heard nothing. Now today confirmation has finally come.
Syfy's "Being Human" Season 2 debuts tonight, January 16th, and in honor of its return, along with that of two of the network's other popular series, "Ghost Hunters" and "Face Off", last week, they're providing one lucky Dread Central winner with a prize pack of t-shirts from all three shows. Read on for the details.
World War Z Nabs a Composer, First Look at The Amazing Spider-Man's Lizard, Ghost Hunters Back In Court
It's one of the last news days of 2011, and just about everyone has already checked out for the year. You know what that means, right? A slow news day. Really slow. Slowest of the year. As a result we've dug through some headlines and scared up a couple of news bits that we normally wouldn't have paid any attention to. At least for the most part.
Stop us if you've already heard this one ... a group of kids head into a supposedly haunted location to investigate when they find out that said location is actually the real deal. Cue screaming and running. Sound familiar? Ya think?
Who says we never show you any love? Who says we don’t point you in the right direction to meet your favorite celebrities? Well, try this one on for size: We’ve got all the info you need to meet Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango. That’s right; Syfy’s “Ghost Hunters,” the modern day version of Venkman, Stantz and Spengler. The duo will be holding a Q&A and autograph session at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights 21, and you know they’ve got some stories to tell.
For six seasons loyal fans of the TAPS crew have been tuning in to the Syfy Channel to dig on their paranormal adventures, and the good news for them is that there are now officially more to come.