Would you like to save the galaxy but you don’t know how? Well, you can start by saving the canceled show Dark Matter.Read More
Dark Matter has been cancelled by Syfy, but Killjoys will get two more seasons to wrap up its story.Read More
Interview: Dark Matter‘s Torri Higginson Talks S3 Renewal, Aging in Hollywood, and Why It’s Awesome to Be a Woman in Sci-Fi
Dark Matter's Torri Higginson is busy. Not only was Dark Matter renewed for a third season on SyFy, but Higginson also stars on the CBC show, This Life, about a woman and her family dealing with her terminal cancer. Somehow, she also found time to shoot a supernatural web series called Inhuman Condition. I had the opportunity to speak with Higginson about her career, and the progress she thinks women are making in the entertainment industry.Read More
The warrant is all!
Rejoice, Dark Matter and Killjoys fans!Read More
Serialized sci-fi with humor, great characters, and awesome women? Yes please.
The second I stepped into showrunner and co-creator Joseph Mallozzi's office and saw the big Cowboy Bebop poster tacked to his wall, I knew that everything was going to be okay. "I love the fact that it has a beginning, a middle, and an end," he said of the classic anime, "which is basically what I wanted for [Dark Matter]."Read More
Syfy's newest space opera Dark Matter is loading up with kick-ass women, so you can sign us right up, thanks.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
An epic tale of space history is just coming to light, as new images pieced together by several different telescopes around the world and in space show that the galaxy cluster Abell 2744, more colloquially known as Pandora's Cluster, was formed by a massive cosmic collision of at least four separate galaxy clusters.The cluster's history is both complex and violent, with the extreme crash that brought the galaxy clusters together occurring over a span of 350 million years. The galaxies themselves make up less than 5 percent of the mass of the cluster itself. The gas, which makes up around 20 percent, is emitted as X-rays (shown in the above image in red). The remaining 75 percent of the cluster is made of dark matter (shown in the image in blue). Dark matter does not emit, absorb, or reflect light so the best way to detect its presence is by tracking its apparent gravitational attraction. Read More