Lev Grossman

Magic is still very real in this new Season 2 trailer for Syfy’s The Magicians
Jan 5, 2017

When The Magicians returns to Syfy for its hotly anticipated second season later this month, the storyline will follow Quentin, Alice and the rest of the Brakebills gang as they delve deeper into the magical realm of Fillory.

The Magicians author Lev Grossman writing post-Camelot King Arthur novel
Sep 29, 2016

The man who wrote the books behind Syfy’s hit dark fantasy series The Magicians is back at the laptop — but this time he’s turned his sights on King Arthur’s legend.

Are all The Magicians cast actually dead? Surprises in store for Season 2.
Jul 24, 2016

The cast and crew of The Magicians attended San Diego Comic-Con to remind us that everyone is dead. 

Enroll in Brakebills University with 3+ mins of new footage from Syfy's The Magicians
Oct 20, 2015

Along with all the sci-fi fare currently in the pipeline, Syfy is also taking a shot at a new fantasy series in early 2016. Here’s a sneak peek.

Syfy picks up Lev Grossman's urban fantasy tale The Magicians to series
May 4, 2015

We heard last year that Syfy was developing a series based on Lev Grossman’s best-selling urban fantasy series The Magicians, and now the network has pulled the trigger and greenlit a full season.

Author Lev Grossman's hilarious to-do list for fantasy characters
Dec 17, 2012

The author of The Magicians—which has been described, rightly or wrongly, as "Harry Potter with alcohol and sex"—is a little tired of the way some, even most characters in fantasy novels carry themselves. They never seem to exhibit the same weaknesses as average folks. So here's a bit of a course correction from him.

Fox adapts Lev Grossman's Magicians (and Wil Wheaton wants in)
Dec 15, 2012

This TV season, fairytale-themed shows could potentially be the taste du jour, with ABC's Once Upon a Time and NBC's Grimm both set to air shortly. Continuing with that momentum, Fox has picked up popular book series, The Magicians, by Lev Grossman for next season, and at least one, huge nerd is already game to be in it—Wil Wheaton.