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Wynonna Earp is Returning for Season Two

SWEET PURGATORY.

Wynonna Earp is amazing, hilarious, unflinching television and I for one am super pumped that it's coming back because we need more shows like it on our screens. Congratulations to the whole Wynonna Earp cast and crew on this renewal!

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 13, “I Walk the Line”

After just a deluge of heartache, Wynonna Earp and its fans have really been the beacon on the horizon of what queer inclusive and female fronted shows and fandom can be. I know fans are nervous about its chances for renewal. The show’s ratings have been less than what we would have hoped for, but a passionate and dedicated fanbase sure has made this little Canadian show hard to ignore.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: “House of Memories”

This penultimate episode of Wynonna Earp had more sweet, sweet action than BoBo’s on 25 cent Buffalo wing night. I mean it had love triangles, sweet lady kissing, knives, cocktail dresses, CHAMPAGNE, twisted sisters and so much more. After a thoroughly enjoyable first season (where’s the renewal, Syfy?), this episode really brought a sense of what this show has become and what it has the potential to be—which is freaking epic.

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The Trailer for Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens Is Here, so This Is Really Happening

Proof that Syfy is just going to keep riding the Sharknado train.

There's everything from casinos to Elvis impersonators to Ian Ziering fighting off a shark with his crotch--I can't believe I just had to type out those words, but there you go. Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens will premiere on Syfy on Sunday, July 31 at 8/7c.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 7, “Walking After Midnight”

We are halfway through Wynonna Earp’s first season, and IMHO this was the best episode to date. That certainly bodes well for the rest of the season, as the show has more than found its footing and is busy kicking ass and taking names.

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Things We Saw Today: Idris Elba and John Ridley to Collaborate on Miniseries

Idris Elba will team up this summer with 12 Years a Slave and American Crime producer John Ridley on Guerrilla, a six-part, London-set miniseries.

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’90s Boy Bands Reunite to Give Us “In the End” From SyFy’s Dead 7!

That sound you hear is the sound of 1998.

We told you about the upcoming awesomeness that is Dead 7, a film co-written (!!) by Nick Carter and starring the members of several boy bands of the late 90s/early 2000s as they kill zombies...in a Western. Or something. Anyway, in case there was any doubt as to whether or not there would be new music associated with this (really? Did you not think there would be songs? Or at least a song?), there is totally new music associated with this.

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Backstreet Boys, N’Sync, & More 1990s/2000s Boy Bands Fight Zombies in Syfy’s Dead 7

Say bye, bye, bye to the undead.

WHAT AM I EVEN LOOKING AT RIGHT NOW?! WHAT EVEN IS THIS? There's a part of me that sees this for the a) cheap marketing ploy b) crap-fest c) obvious pander to the lowest common denominator that it is, and there's another part of me that thinks this is THE MOST AMAZING THING SHE'S EVER SEEN. It might even be both.

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SyFy’s New Show, The Internet Ruined My Life, Interviews Suey Park About #CancelColbert

SyFy has a new TV series called The Internet Ruined My Life, featuring in-depth stories about survivors of online harassment; the first episode is about Suey Park, known for her online activism campaigns like #NotYourAsianSidekick and #CancelColbert. As a content warning, this 10-minute sneak peek contains multiple staged recreations of some of the stalking and in-person harassment that Park experienced, as well as screenshots of many of the graphic threats that Park has received.

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Syfy Renews The Magicians for Second Season

The show, based on Lev Grossman's series of novels with the same name, has definitely made a mark on the fanbase, resonating with plenty of viewers for its grown-up Harry Potter-esque story.

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Review: The Expanse’s Triumphant First Season Leaves Us Wanting More

The Expanse took its time and brought us slowly to its second act. We’re ready. We’re also going to have to wait for Season 2 to see how it all plays out.

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Syfy’s Newest Series Wynonna Earp is a Supernatural Thriller About a Female Gunslinger

And you can watch the first trailer now!

Based on the character from Image Comics, the show will star Melanie Scrofano in the title role of Wynonna Earp, daughter of the famed lawman Wyatt Earp, who works as a special agent for the U.S. Marshals on a squad whose main responsibility it is to take down all kinds of bad monsters and other supernatural threats.

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On Syfy’s The Magicians and Its Portrayal of Sexual Assault

Plus its striking similarities to The Force Awakens.

When Syfy announced that they were developing a show based on The Magicians books, it begged the question of how the hell they were going to pull off keeping some of the "dark and twisted" themes it contains. Spoilers follow. You've been warned.

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Syfy’s The Expanse Is the Best Damn Space Show Since Firefly, and You Should Be Watching Right Now

You didn't watch Firefly, did you? Admit it! Not when it was on air, anyway. You didn’t watch, and the show was canceled. It's basically your fault. Now go turn on your TV or go to Syfy.com and start watching The Expanse.

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The Expanse Gets a Second Season on Syfy

Shortly after Syfy made the first four episodes of its new show The Expanse available to watch for free via online streaming, the network announced that it has renewed the show for a second season.

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You Can Now Watch Even More of The Expanse Online (and That’s a Good Thing)

After the early streaming of The Expanse's pilot online (not to mention the premiere of the first two episodes on TV), Syfy has announced that it's making the first four episodes of its latest TV adaptation available to watch online and on demand.

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Real Goddamn Magic: The Mary Sue Visits the Set of The Magicians

Join us as we check out Brakebills College of Magical Pedagogy!

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Now You Can Watch The First Episode of Syfy’s The Expanse Online

While the first episode isn't technically scheduled to premiere until December 14th, Syfy decided to release the pilot on multiple platforms to get people hyped for what's to come.

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SyFy Films’ 400 Days Gets New Trailer, Theatrical Release Date

400 Days, a sci-fi psychological thriller made by SyFy, is actually going to be showing in theaters instead of getting a direct-to-TV release—which leads one to believe this might be worth checking out. The cast is interesting too—we've got Arrow's Caity Lotz, as well as Superman Returns actor Brandon Routh and... Dane Cook?

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Syfy Acquires Female-Led Van Helsing Series

Van Helsing will be a "13-episode sci-fi series" that follows the famous Van Helsing's daughter, Vanessa Helsing, who is "resurrected" in the future to discover a world completely taken over by vampires.

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