Syfy has ordered pilots for three potential new series: 'The Machine,' based on the 2013 film; 'The Haunted'; and Happy!, based on Morrison's graphic novel.
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Word of the Nerd's review of the season two finale of the SyFy series Dark Matter. This episode was titled "But First We Save The Galaxy."
WotN reviews two season two episodes of Dark Matter titled "Wish I'd Spaced You When I Had The Chance" and "Sometimes in Life You Don't Get to Choose".
The cast of SyFy's 'Krypton' (created by 'Man of Steel' screenwriter David Goyer) is growing as Georgina Campbell will play the role of Lyta Zod.
Both of Syfy's Friday night intergalactic original series, Dark Matter and Killjoys, have been renewed for a third season.
Dark Matter season 2 episode 9, titled "Going Out Fighting" finds the crew working to save one of their own, ending in an interesting cliffhanger.
On "Stuff to Steal, People to Kill", the Raza crew is in an alternate universe that proves to be both entertaining and interesting for viewers.
UCP and Syfy have signed Grant Morrison and Brian Taylor to adapt Aldous Huxley’s novel “Brave New World” for Syfy with Amblin television.
Word of the Nerd's review of the seventh episode of the second season of the SyFy television show Dark Matter, titled "She's With Them Now."
Word of the Nerd's review of season two episode six of the Syfy series Dark Matter. The episode is titled "We Should Have Seen This Coming."
If you’ve been enjoying the Syfy summer shows – including one of our favorites, Dark Matter – then you’ll be happy to hear the channel has officially announced...
In the fifth episode of the second season of the Syfy show Dark Matter, the crew of the Raza goes after the man who killed one of their own.
Last week on Dark Matter, Two (Melissa O’Neil), Three (Anthony Lemke), and Four (Alex Mallari Jr.) were temporarily pushed back into their former states...
Captain Power Reborn! Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future, the beloved 1980s sci fi television series that pioneered CGI effects, is getting a reboot...
Word of the Nerd's review of the Syfy series Dark Matter season two episode three, called "I've Seen the Other Side of You".
Last time on Dark Matter, season two’s metaphorical chessboard was put together. Two (Melissa O’Neil), Three (Anthony Lemke), and Four (Alex...