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  1. The Mary Sue Interview: Bitten Returns To Bewitch You In Its Second Season

    Bitten returns to Syfy tonight for its second season, but it's not all sexy werewolves this time around. Now Elena and the Pack have something a little more serious to deal with - a mysterious and potentially malefic coven of witches.

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  2. New Lady-Led Space Bounty Hunter Show Killjoys by the Creators of Orphan Black & Lost Girl Is Everything

    INTERPLANETARY LADY BOUNTY HUNTER GUYS

    From Michelle Lovretta, the creator of Lost Girl, and Temple Street, the producers of Orphan Black, Syfy is gifting us with a show about a female interplanetary bounty hunter (and her dude sidekicks) who are just trying to do their job in the midst of an interplanetary class war. We so rarely get to see a) high sci-fi on TV at all and b) it's very rarely lead by a woman in front of or behind the camera, so basically put this on my TV immediately.

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  3. The Mary Sue Interview: Sonita Henry and Nick Willing On Olympus And Strong Women In Sci-Fi

    Syfy's newest offering Olympus premieres tonight, bringing us a fresh look at the classical Greek world of humans and the gods through Hero, played by newcomer Tom York. We had the opportunity to speak with creator Nick Willing (who you might know from Syfy miniseries like Tin Man and Neverland) and star Sonita Henry about what this new take on old tales has to offer.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: The Best Dragon Age: Inquisition Crossplay Ever

    Do you have some time to talk?

    Mae Hem brings our favorite broody Templar to life with this incredible Cullen cosplay from Dragon Age: Inquisition. She even dyed her hair to get his flawless locks. Check her out on Twitter and Facebook!

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  5. The Two Baddest Ladies of Stargate Have Joined Syfy’s New Show Dark Matter

    My queens!

    Syfy's newest space opera Dark Matter is loading up with kick-ass women, so you can sign us right up, thanks.

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  6. Don’t Wait For the Future, Syfy’s 12 Monkeys is the New Show to Get Hooked on Right Now

    Syfy's 12 Monkeys is absolutely, positively, 100% the next show you need to be obsessed over.

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  7. Watch the First Nine Minutes of Syfy’s 12 Monkeys Series

    But not the first 12 minutes, because that's too on the nose.

    Syfy's reboot of the Terry Gilliam-directed cult film 12 Monkeys doesn't hit the airwaves until January 16th, but you can grab a sneak peek at humanity's dystopic future in advance by checking out the nine-minute video the network just put out to promote the series. I'm talking about the dystopic future of 12 Monkeys, of course, not the dystopic future of January 16th. Earth can't go that bad in ten days, right?... Right?

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  8. Syfy Developing Hackers Reality Show; Christian Slater Hacker Drama Gets Series Order

    Hack the Planet!

    Few activities are less dynamic than diddling away on one's keyboard, but (presumably in light of the highly-publicized recent attack on Sony), hackers are about to be glamorized in not one but two TV shows. Thanks, maybe-not-North-Korea!

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  9. Syfy Casts Lost Girl Alum And Broadway Star In New Show Dark Matter

    Syfy's newest drama, Dark Matter, has its cast and a shoot date. And now we all cross our fingers for it to be awesome.

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  10. David Goyer, Syfy Developing Superman Origin Story; Teen Titans Pilot To Start Filming Next Year

    "It's not an 'S.' On my world it means ‘stop.’"

    After promising to focus on actual sci-fi programming and cut down on the shark-based weather phenomena, Syfy is about to bring audiences the most explosive television event of the decade: a David S. Goyer-developed drama about Superman's grandpa.

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  11. The Hubris! Ridley Scott Producing 2001: A Space Odyssey Sequel

    It's going to go 100% failure in 72 hours.

    Last month Syfy's new programming chief promised that the network would be returning to its roots by attempting to recapture the network's pre-name-change "serious tone," and, well, attempting a sequel to one of the most iconic films ever is one way to do that, I guess. Memories of shark-based weather phenomena fading...fading...

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  12. Syfy Chief Talks Change in Direction for the Network and… Admits Mistakes?

    They're not changing the name, though.

    Syfy is a network that's been struggling for a few years with, well, fans of sci fi. Ten years ago, critics ranked the network's Battlestar Galactica among the historic television events of the decade, but the channel hasn't been able to pull off the same kind of mainstream, demographic spanning hit since.

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  13. AMC Picks Up Humans, Syfy Goes For Dark Matter

    All sci-fi, all the time.

    2015 is stacking up to be a pretty great year for sci-fi programming, if recent acquisitions are any indication. Both AMC and Syfy have picked up shows with high sci-fi themes, including robots and lost spaceships.

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  14. Syfy’s Newest Series Has The Most Ridiculous/Wonderful Premise I’ve Ever Heard

    Nuts to moderation.

    Syfy knows that today's intelligent TV viewer has diverse interests (the paranormal, swords, men who look good in a deerstalker). But why should modern consumers need to watch more than one show to satisfy all of our passions? Are we animals?

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  15. Things We Saw Today: Sith Elsa Is Not To Be Toyed With

    Now where is Tauntaun Olaf?

    Some fantastic Sith Elsa cosplay by Amanda Dawn at this year's Dragon Con.

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  16. This is Just Like Magic! Syfy Hires Mike Cahill to Direct The Magicians Pilot

    Syfy has just made me very happy.

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  17. Things We Saw Today: Things Get Freaky In First American Horror Story S4 Cast Photo

    Featuring bearded lady Kathy Bates.

    Those looking forward to American Horror Story: Freak Show have only until October 8th to wait. I should catch up on AHS, right? I feel like I should.

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  18. Magicians Perform 13 Tricks in Two Minutes To Promote Wizard Wars

    It's not a series about Harry Potter.

    Wizard Wars is a reality show competition that puts magicians against each other to create tricks and illusions from everyday objects. They then have their performance judged by magic professionals like Penn and Teller. The show premieres tonight at 10:00PM on Syfy, and to promote it the show's creator Richard Lax and in-house wizard Justin Flom perform 13 tricks in two minutes.

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  19. Twitter Reacts to Sharknado 2: The Second One, The Greatest Cinematic Achievement Of Our Age

    "We are talking about shark falling rates of two inches an hour."

    If you didn't watch Sharknado 2: The Second One last night, it's either because you didn't have cable or because you're a heathen. There is no third explanation. Luckily, Twitter's on hand to show you the bonktastical craziness you missed. Cameos! Tara Reid with a saw for a hand! Both literal and figurative shark jumping!

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  20. The First Trailer For Syfy’s 12 Monkeys TV Show Looks Pretty Awesome

    Plague of madness!

    Color me utterly surprised. I was excited but skeptical when we first heard Syfy was adapting Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys but this looks really great to me.

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