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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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