Though the Stargate franchise may have ended its decade-long run with a bit of a whimper following the non-renewal of Stargate Universe, it hasn't slowed the cast and crew of the beloved sci-fi property from branching out into everything from comic books to big-budget action flicks.
For season eight, Supernatural is bringing out the big dogs. Sam and Dean may have met their match with a new heavenly creature. A sci-fi favorite has snagged a major role opposite the Winchester boys.
If what we see of Sanctuary on TV is fun, just imagine how much fun it gets on set when the cameras are turned off. Well, we can't quite show you that (the no camera thing kinda gets in the way), but here's a peek at some hilarious outtakes of what happens when two Sanctuary stars start fooling around out of character.
If you were hoping you'd get another chance to follow the adventures of Dr. Helen Magnus and the Sanctuary crew, you're in luck—because Syfy has just renewed the revolutionary series for a 13-episode fourth season.
After a fly-by of a meeting at last year's San Diego Comic-Con, the former captain of the Enterprise and the current keeper of the Sanctuary are teaming up to play husband-and-wife entertainers in an animated webseries.
When last we left Syfy's Sanctuary in December, Helen Magnus and her team had just been executed for trespassing in Hollow Earth. For most series killing off the majority of your characters might be a problem.
The award-winning, steampunk digital series Riese: Kingdom Falling—about a wanderer traveling with her wolf across a decaying land—will premiere Oct. 26 at Syfy.com. And what makes it even more exciting is that the 10-part series will be narrated by Sanctuary's Amanda Tapping.
Remember the cliffhanger Syfy's Sanctuary left us with at the end of season two? Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping) was tossed as the Sanctuary leader in a coup led by one of her own people, a big-ass spider named Big Bertha (a k a Kali) was stomping away in the middle of the ocean and creating killer tsunamis after being attacked, and Dancing Will (Robin Dunne) was about to die after his connection with Kali was severed.