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.
Season 2 of Syfy's "Being Human" premieres on Monday, January 16th, and as a follow-up to the two-part interview we posted earlier this week with showrunners Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver (Part 1 here and Part 2 here), the network brought out the big guns - stars Sam Witwer, Sam Huntington, and Meaghan Rath - for a teleconference touching upon what fans have to look forward to from the trio.
Season 2 of Syfy's "Being Human" kicks off this coming Monday night, January 16th, and we've got two more new clips to share, one that takes a look ahead to the upcoming episodes and another that will catch you up on the main characters' relationships.
With its January 16th premiere date quickly approaching, Syfy has released a few more teaser clips from Canadian import "Lost Girl", and of course we have the full set right here for your viewing pleasure. Since the lead character is a Succubus who feeds off sexual energy, we'd say "pleasure" is the operative word here!
The celebrity guest list for the 2012 Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) is starting to take shape with the announcement that Josh Gates will appear at the annual pop culture convention, where he will be the focus of a high profile panel and will also do a signing.
Looking forward to the January 16th return of Syfy's "Being Human"? Then you've no doubt already joined all of the show's various social media connections and seen the three special clips released by the network. For the rest of you we have them all right here!
Last week we brought you Part 1 of an in-depth interview with "Being Human" executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver, and as promised, we now have Part 2 ready for your reading pleasure. Fricke and Carver continue discussing what we can expect in Season 2, if any other creatures make an appearance in the series, the ins and outs of vampire politics, and lots more!
With both the US and UK versions of "Being Human" fast approaching their season premieres, it's no wonder our news feed is full of stories about both of them. Up next we have a sneak peek of the Season 2 premiere of Syfy's "Being Human", entitled "Turn This Mother Out".
We're definitely looking forward to checking out Syfy's new series "Lost Girl" when it premieres next Monday, January 16th, and to help you decide if you'll be watching as well, we have a new promo video/TV spot for the show.
While the world continues to wonder if Warwick Davis will ever don his leprechaun garb again, After Dark Originals and Syfy are teaming up to bring a different killer leprechaun to life in Red Clover. Billy Zane and William Devane better stock up on Lucky Charms cereal pronto.
Earlier this week Syfy hosted a lengthy conference call with "Being Human" executive producers Anna Fricke and Jeremy Carver so they could tell us what's coming up in the new season, including a few guest stars to be on the lookout for, along with providing some new promo photos. Read on for Part 1 of the call (Part 2 will follow next week), and look for the Season 2 premiere of "Being Human" on January 16th.
Syfy is kicking off the New Year by threatening the end of all life on Earth with the Saturday Original Movies Collision Earth, starring Kirk Acevedo ("Fringe") and Diane Farr ("Californication"), and Swamp Volcano, starring Rachel Hunter (The Benchwarmers) and Brad Dourif (Lord of the Rings). Of course we have a few sneak peeks of each!
New Orleans survived the worst hurricane of a generation, but can it survive an Arachnoquake? Not just an earthquake... an earthquake that unleashes giant albino spiders from deep within the bowels of the earth. Can Carol Seaver, John Connor, and Alfalfa save the Big Easy from an earth-rattling, eight-legged apocalypse?
Only Syfy could take something like the biblical Star of Bethlehem, said to have appeared in the sky over the manger in which Jesus Christ was born, and twist it into the basis for a Yuletide end-of-the-world disaster flick. You’re going to need a special Advent calendar next year when Syfy counts down The 12 Disasters of Christmas.
Syfy has re-upped its frightening docudrama series "Paranormal Witness" for a second season, it was announced today by Mark Stern, President Original Content, Syfy, and Co-Head, Original Content, Universal Cable Productions. Production on the twelve-episode pick-up order has commenced, and the series is currently scheduled to premiere in August 2012.