Articles about SyFy
DQ goes to class with Astrid & Lilly Save the World stars Jana Morrison and Samantha Aucoin to learn about about their roles in the high school-set supernatural drama, chemistry tests and the power of positive representation.
Rick Remender, creator and executive producer of Syfy horror-action series Deadly Class, talks about bringing new, often riskier ideas to television and the appeal of adapting his own comic book for television.
The television landscape is awash with series set in alternative – and not particularly bright – futures. Stephen Arnell casts his eye over the dystopian series on screen, and also finds sci-fi series with a more optimistic outlook.
Since beginning his television career on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Naren Shankar has worked across the spectrum of science fiction drama. Now helming Syfy’s The Expanse, he discusses adapting the source novels and the increasing demands of being a showrunner.
Rock star Meat Loaf does battle with his demons as he continues to build his extensive acting career with a starring role in paranormal drama Ghost Wars.
Blood Drive may be the most extreme, bloody and downright original drama this year. DQ chats to star Christina Ochoa about playing the femme fatale in Syfy’s Grindhouse thriller.
A small town serves as a sanctuary for a group of people with secrets to hide in supernatural mystery Midnight, Texas. DQ speaks to showrunner Monica Owusu-Breen about adapting Charlaine Harris’ novels and the show’s political parallels.
The crew of the Raza face new battles as space opera Dark Matter returns for a third season. DQ hears from the cast about why the sci-fi show is resonating with fans.
Science fiction has a long association with television, but it’s now more visible than ever. DQ explores how a shift in storytelling has pushed the genre into the mainstream.
News that Robert Heinlein’s iconic book Stranger in a Strange Land is to be adapted for TV signals a growing interest in the potential for adapting classic science-fiction novels.
Warner Bros’ iconic DC Comics division has proven a valuable source of scripted TV ideas. This week, we explore the extent of DC’s influence in the free-to-air and cable schedules.
As Mipcom 2016 gets under way, Amazon has secured rights to the Deutschland 83 sequel and Eccho Rights is hoping to emulate its Turkish formats success with Indian drama titles.
Television storytelling is set to enter new territory with Syfy’s Halcyon, a crime drama described as the first ever hybrid VR scripted series. DQ takes a closer look.
Amazon and Warner Bros are the latest Western companies to target Korean drama following similar moves by Netflix and NBC.
The supernatural meets the American Wild West in US comic book adaptation Wynonna Earp. DQ catches up with showrunner Emily Andras as she begins work on season two.
Comic-Con never fails to deliver when it comes to sneak peaks of new show, this year whetting fans’ appetites by teasing clips of shows ranging from the TV version of The Exorcist to long-awaited Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods.
The Ink Factory is preparing a follow-up to John Le Carré’s The Night Manager by adapting another of the author’s works, while screenwriter Andrew Davies has finally been given his chance to tackle Les Misérables.
Nielsen data-crunching underlines the success of Netflix’s flagship drama Orange is the New Black, AMC shows faith in Preacher and Syfy gives a surprise recommission to 12 Monkeys.
Stephen Arnell casts his eye over the television landscape and finds there are plenty of science-fiction and fantasy series in the works to keep genre fans happy.