Tremors TV

It’s been nearly two years since we’ve heard any updates about the Tremors TV show based on the cult classic sci-fi/horror monster movie, but now its star and executive producer has revealed that the project is not only still in the works, but it has finally found a cable network partner. Kevin Bacon, who starred in the original movie back in 1990 and will appear in the new TV sequel, says the pilot is heading to Syfy.
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sharknado 5 global swarming

The Earth is round, gravity pulls you down, and there’s another Sharknado movie. Because why wouldn’t there be?

I’ll admit I’ve only watched one Sharknado movie while black out drunk I think it was Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! because I remember being upset that they cast Ann Coulter in the movie and didn’t kill her off but I get it, guys. I recall thinking at the time that Sharknado 3 was the best movie ever, and I’m pretty sure every Sharknado experience is like that. And now there’s a teaser for Sharknado 5 out, and the 20 seconds already point to it being another masterful movie about flying sharks.

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Sharknado 5

The world was a much simpler place back in 2013 when the first Sharknado movie debuted on Syfy and took social media by storm. Remember the days when we’d gather around the digital campfire just to make fun of a cheesy movie, not to commiserate about the potential end of the world as we know it? Ah, good times.

Fast forward to 2017, though, and the unlikely franchise is somehow still swimming along. Now there are as many Sharknado movies as there are Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Sharknado 5: Global Swarming is the new official title for the fifth entry, and below we have a list of cameos that…well, I was going to say you wouldn’t believe some of these names, but if you’re the type of person who enjoys the Sharknado movies without irony (no judgment here), you’ll absolutely be able to believe these names.
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Timeless

Since it’s upfronts week for all the major TV networks, plenty of news about all your favorite shows has been hitting the web recently. Last week brought a slew of cancellations and renewals for shows on ABC and NBC, and now we have an update on the fate of a bunch of shows over at FOX and CBS.

If you’re having trouble keeping up with all the renewals and cancellations so far, don’t worry, because we’ll have a round-up of which shows are returning, and which ones have been given the axe. But for now, this edition of TV Bits has great news for Timeless viewers and Elementary fans, bad news Scream Queens and 2 Broke Girls fans and potentially interesting news for people who want to get close to San Diego Comic-Con without actually being at the convention itself. Get details on all that and more after the jump. Read More »

the purge 3 trailer

The Purge and its sequels are built on a strong hook: what if, for one night each year, all crime was legalized and the citizens of the United States were allowed to murder and maim to their heart’s content? After two successful sequels (a fourth film is on the way), the series is looking to head to the small screen and now we know what the TV version will be about.

It will be about the the days when the Purge isn’t going on.

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new Syfy logo

The Syfy channel, formerly called Sci Fi, turns 25 years old this September. Syfy is making some changes for the 25th anniversary. They’re expanding across the board by ordering some new high-profile shows, acquiring a few major film titles, doing more with Syfy Wire, and even by going with a new logo.

Below, find out how they’re rebranding and check out the new Syfy logo.

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Blood Drive

This month marked the tenth anniversary of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s Grindhouse, an experiment the directors intended to replicate the experience of visiting a 1970s-style grindhouse theater. Although three spin-off movies have been made based on the fake trailers included in the presentation (Machete, Machete Kills, and Hobo with a Shotgun), Grindhouse flopped at the box office.

But now, a decade later, that spirit is being resurrected in a new Syfy series called Blood Drive. Are you ready for a show about cars that run on human blood? Buckle up.
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krypton trailer

It’s been a few years since writer/producer David S. Goyer set out to make Krypton, a television series for SyFy that follows the grandfather of Kal-El (better known as Clark Kent, and even better known as Superman) a few centuries before his planet is destroyed. You know, as seen/referenced in just about every Superman movie. It’s been a little while since we’ve heard any major updates about the show, but now a trailer has arrived, giving us a look at what appears to be a very ambitious television show…and one that looks to be very much set in the DC Extended Universe.

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‘Sharknado 5’ is Coming to Syfy This Year

sharknado 5

The Sharknado series lives on. So far the Syfy channel has provided us with Sharknado 2: The Second OneSharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, and last summer’s Sharknado: The 4th Awakens. There’s currently no title for the fifth Sharknado feature, but director Anthony C. Ferrante and stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid are returning for it.

Below, learn more about Sharknado 5.

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Incorporated trailer

Last year we told you that longtime BFFs Matt Damon and Ben Affleck would be teaming up again on a futuristic spy thriller series called Incorporated for Syfy. The first Incorporated trailer has hit the web, and you can get your first look at the upcoming Damon/Affleck-produced Syfy series after the jump.
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