Tuned In: What’s Hot In The World Of TV

Although the networks might be struggling this summer, cable shows continue to thrive. ‘Royal Pains‘ has been the top new series this summer, but not far behind is ‘Warehouse 13‘ on Syfy. The show was just renewed for a second season and is on track to become Syfy’s most-watched freshman series ever, with over 4 […]

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Bryan Singer Making “Battlestar Galactica” Movie For Some Reason

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/tv/Battlestar-Galactica/88544/681888070/Fire-in-Space/embed 580 476] Reimagining the original 1978 Battlestar Galactica series was a cool thing to do when the epic, much-beloved new version of BSG came out on the Sci-Fi Channel (in 2003, back when it wasn’t Syfy) and gave us all the most intensely dramatic sci-fi action we’d been craving. What might not be […]

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Sci Fi Tracker: This Week in Sci Fi – BSG Gets Re-Imagined (Again), AMC Gets Re-Animated, and Horrible Gets Rewarded

Guess which remake is getting remade – again?  (Hint:  toasters figure prominently, and not the kind that you shove rye or pumpernickel into….).  And guess which remake hopes to trot out some old stars to new effect?  (Hint: Guinea pigs, gerbils, hamsters, and other small rodents can breathe a collective sigh of relief……at least when […]

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Sci Fi Tracker: This Week In Sci Fi – TCA Continues To Fan Those Fall Fare Flames…

Say what you will about those of us who opine about television (words like “moron,” “hack,” and “bottom-feeding pox on humanity” seem to come up quite a bit within that context), but the TCA Awards did reward Battlestar Galactica for its many seasons’ worth of ground-breaking sci fi.  Assorted TCA show panels also fanned the […]

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HBO, ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ ‘Big Bang Theory’ Big Winners At TCA Awards

The Television Critics Association marked their 25th anniversary with their annual awards show that salutes the very best in television. HBO led all networks with three trophies at the TCA Awards, winning for Outstanding New Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Mini-Series & Specials and Outstanding Achievement in News & Information. (more…)

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New On DVD: Battlestar Galactica, Dollhouse

Battlestar Galactica ‘Battlestar Galactica‘ re-defined the Sci Fi Channel and reimagined the classic original series from the 1970s. Dark, thought-provoking, and one of the most critically acclaimed series in recent memory, the complete collector’s set is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD on the heels of the stunning finale that aired this spring. How did […]

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50 Sci Fi Things You Must Watch Now!

It’s a time-honored genre tradition: Clark Kent is Superman, Diana Prince is Wonder Woman, and Peter Parker is Spiderman. Furthermore, Echo doesn’t know she’s Caroline, Peter Bishop is not exactly Peter Bishop, Sylar thinks he’s Nathan, and a certain traveling Timelord routinely regenerates the human carcass he travels around in, because……why the hell not?! In […]

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5 Things To Preview on Brand-New Syfy

Tomorrow is a big day as Sci Fi becomes Syfy, a place for the viewer to let your imagination run wild. The channel is re-branding itself to help broaden perceptions and embrace a wider and more diverse range of imagination-based entertainment, such as mystery, fantasy, paranormal reality, mystery, action, adventure, and of course science fiction. […]

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Television’s Top 10* Ass Kicking Women

This summer’s movies are full of characters who kick ass: Star Trek’s Kirk and Spock, Pelham 123’s Walter Grabe, Transformers William Lennox, Terminator Salvation’s John Connor. These heroic figures are seriously lacking in estrogen. Fortunately, Fancast is here to deliver the estrogen that the big screen is lacking. Our guide to television’s women who kick […]

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Clea DuVall and Sienna Guillory Explore Space (Real and Imagined) In Virtuality

OK, so, yes: Virtuality is also set in space. And all habitable planets are still in peril (or at least appear to be). Yet Ron Moore and Michael Taylor leave Battlestar Galactica‘s backdrop of armageddon behind tonight to introduce the audience to a different subplot: cultural armageddon, by way of reality television. What if a […]

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