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.
Exclusive: Editor Charles Ardai Discusses Joyland, Working with Stephen King, and Producing the TV Show Haven
Stephen King's new novel, Joyland (review here), is set to release on June 4th, and we had a chance to chat with the book's editor, Charles Ardai.
It's been awhile since we've mentioned Syfy's hit series "Haven," but this latest news was just too juicy to ignore. WWE Superstar Edge is returning to the show and will appear in multiple episodes of the show’s third season including the premiere, September 21st at 10PM ET/PT.
The dead are coming. That's right, "The Walking Dead" will be kicking off Season 2 this Sunday, October 16, for a big ol' 13 episode run. And what better way to prepare for the event than to attend "The Walking Dead" panel at New York Comic Con this Saturday!
New York Comic Con 2011: Horror in the Halls of the Javits Center: The Walking Dead, Ghost Rider, Resident Evil, and More!
By this time next week the 2011 New York Comic Con will be wrapping up for another year, but let's not get too far ahead of ourselves -- there are panels to see and toys to buy first! Here's a look at the horror highlights along with a few other genre-related appearances that should be of interest to our readers.
We haven't talked much about the Syfy series "Haven" lately, but it's gearing up for a Season Two start this summer so of course some guest casting news has popped up.
Syfy's new series "Haven" is set to debut on Friday, July 9th, and last week they released the descriptions of the first four episodes. The stars of "Haven" include Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, Eric Balfour, Richard Donat, and John Dunsworth.
Considering it debuts in just a few weeks, you'd think Syfy would have opened up a "Haven" Facebook page long before now, but in any event, it's finally live and has five pictures from the set along with a fresh piece of key art.
Stephen King fans waiting to get their second glimpse at his next project for Syfy, "Haven", need not wait a second longer as the network with the now silly name has unleashed the second teaser trailer.
Several comments along the lines of "Haven seems to have absolutely nothing to do with the Stephen King novel (The Colorado Kid) on which it's based" got us wondering about the upcoming Syfy series. Luckily, thanks to the magic of Twitter, the show's co-writer, Sam Ernst, has cleared things up a bit.
Fans of Stephen King waiting to get their first glimpse at his next project for Syfy, "Haven", need not wait a second longer as the network with the now silly name has unleashed the first teaser trailer.
Fans of Stephen King have been anxiously awaiting some more supernatural mayhem from the master, and his new television series "Haven" looks like it could very well deliver the goods.
It was late 2009 when we last heard much about the Syfy series "Haven", based on the novella The Colorado Kid from author Stephen King, but today two names were added to the undoubtedly sure to be expanding cast.
Stephen King’s foray into hard-boiled noir, The Colorado Kid, wasn’t exactly among his most acclaimed efforts. That’s not stopping the powers that be from putting the story on film, however, as it’s set to become a thirteen-episode miniseries on the Sci-Fi Channel (sorry, I can’t bring myself to adhere to the ‘proper’ spelling).
E1 Entertainment has found its funding to make the thirteen-episode TV series "Stephen King's Haven". And the King fans go wild!