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Syfy announces ‘Caprica’ cancellation

Posted in Battlestar galactica with tags , , , , on October 28, 2010 by Geek Tv

Syfy has announced that Caprica has been cancelled. The network opted to pull the Battlestar Galactica prequel off the air immediately and declared that the remaining five episodes of the show’s solitary season will air in the first quarter of 2011. Syfy executive vice president of original programming Mark Stern revealed that the decision to axe the programme was based on disappointing ratings.

In a statement, Stern said: “We appreciate all the support that fans have shown for Caprica and are very proud of the producers, cast, writers and the rest of the amazing team that has been committed to this fine series. Unfortunately, despite its obvious quality, Caprica has not been able to build the audience necessary to justify a second season.”


Dave Andrews makes effort for a SciFi network

Posted in Geekery with tags , , , , , on July 3, 2010 by Geek Tv

I got this on Facebook, and it really deserves attention! The SciFi Channel…sorry, “SyFy” has seriously dropped the ball in the past few years. It is no longer a channel for the scifi fans. Most of their programming consists of reality shows, wrestling, reruns, and weak one-off exclusives. It is time for a real science fiction network. This right here could be your answer. Please read.


Hi friends. All of you should know by now that we’ve been working over the last couple of years to create a new cable television network. This new network would be for SciFi fans and run by real SciFi fans.

We’ve been working very hard to come up with a plan that would be attractive and profitable to investors and still create a healthy, sustainable network that would be around for decades to come. We now have that plan. It’s going to cost us $60 million to get this network going. Believe it or not, that’s a very small amount to start a cable television network and it means we’ll have to sacrifice for the first few years. It means very little original programming for the first five years of the network’s life in order to keep startup costs low. There are investors out there who like the plan and would like to be a part of something this exciting. We’ve shown them a plan in which The Syzygy Network can reach profitability in four years.

However, that plan assumes that people will watch the network. The investors have told us that they don’t simply want our word that SciFi fans would love to have a new network. They want proof.

Here’s how you can be a part of this. We need numbers. Not little numbers…BIG numbers.

DO YOU WANT a new SciFi network???

Then tell people about it. Go to:

Like the page. Tell your friends to like it. Tell them to tell their friends.

Let’s make this page a phenomenon on Facebook. I’ve seen the power of the SciFi fan. I’ve seen it make Star Trek go another year. It worked again for Star Trek: Enterprise, then again for Jericho. Each of those shows got an extra year after the networks had decided to cancel them. That same power resulted in the browncoats getting Serenity, the theatrical movie out of the ashes of Firefly. I’ve seen full page ads in Variety to the producers of shows like Earth 2.

I’ve seen SciFi fans change the world, just as SciFi itself did before them. We are a powerful group of people. We have the power to do this. That power comes in numbers.

Help make the Syzygy Network page one of the biggest, fastest-growing pages on Facebook. With the numbers proving that there’s room for a new SciFi network the investors won’t have call to say no.

Make your voices heard. Let them know you want a new network that believes in you, that loves you and was created by real fans, not some group of corporate net heads (we know how good their decisions about SciFi shows are!). We understand we need to make a profit to survive, but it’s not our only motivation.

Syzygy is not all about the bottom line. It’s about you. Help us make it happen.

Dave Andrews
CEO and original founder,
The Syzygy Network Source:

SyFy to move Caprica, Sanctuary and Stargate Universe to Tuesdays

Posted in Array, Stargate with tags , , , , , , , , on April 24, 2010 by Geek Tv

SyFy will move its three Friday shows – Caprica(need to finish BSG first D: ) , Stargate Universe (need to catch up) and Sanctuary(need to catch up) – to Tuesday nights in the fall to make room for the Friday Night Smackdown but there’s no word yet on which Tuesday Caprica will return.

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Top 100 Sci-Fi TV Shows

Posted in Array with tags , , , , , , on April 14, 2010 by Geek Tv

An statistical survey of sci-fi TV’s all-time Top 100 shows according to

  1. StarTrek – The Next Generation
  2. Battlestar Galactica (new)
  3. Stargate SG-1
  4. The X-Files
  5. Star Trek (Original Series)
  6. Babylon 5
  7. The Twilight Zone
  8. Firefly
  9. Farscape
  10. Star Trek – Deep Space Nine
  11. Stargate – Atlantis
  12. The Outer Limits
  13. Star Trek – Voyager
  14. Futurama
  15. Doctor Who (2005)
  16. Doctor Who
  17. The Avengers (with Emma Peel)
  18. Lost
  19. Star Trek – Enterprise
  20. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
  21. Red Dwarf
  22. Time Tunnel
  23. Quantum Leap
  24. The Invaders
  25. The Adventures of Superman
  26. My Favorite Martian
  27. Science Fiction Theatre
  28. Heroes
  29. Battlestar Galactica (original)
  30. Sliders
  31. The Invisible Man (1950s)
  32. Smallville
  33. V
  34. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  35. Dark Angel
  36. Mystery Science Theater 3000
  37. Andromeda
  38. The Prisoner
  39. The 4400
  40. Blake’s 7
  41. Space – Above and Beyond
  42. Space 1999
  43. Lost in Space
  44. Eureka
  45. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
  46. Third Rock From the Sun
  47. Alias
  48. Alien Nation
  49. The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
  50. The Outer Limits (new)
  51. Cowboy Bebop
  52. Lois& Clark (New Superman)
  53. Dune (2000)
  54. Roswell
  55. Max Headroom – The Series
  56. seaQuest DSV (& 2032)
  57. Lexx
  58. The Six Million Dollar Man
  59. UFO
  60. The Wild, Wild West
  61. Thunderbirds
  62. Kolchak – The Night Stalker
  63. Terminator (Sarah Connor)
  64. Torchwood
  65. ALF
  66. Batman
  67. Crusade
  68. Earth 2
  69. The Jetsons
  70. Millennium
  71. Logan’s Run
  72. The (New) Twilight Zone
  73. Adventures of Brisco County Jr
  74. Get Smart
  75. Wonder Woman
  76. Ghost in the Shell: SAC
  77. ├ćon Flux
  78. Neon Genesis Evangelion
  79. Taken
  80. Earth – Final Conflict
  81. 7 Days
  82. Planet of the Apes
  83. Mork and Mindy
  84. The Greatest American Hero
  85. Airwolf
  86. Star Trek (Animated Series)
  87. The Incredible Hulk
  88. Invasion
  89. War of the Worlds
  90. Jeremiah
  91. Knight Rider
  92. The Invisible Man
  93. The Day of the Triffids
  94. Amazing Stories
  95. Sapphire and Steel
  96. Total Recall – 2070
  97. Captain Scarlet& the Mysterons
  98. Surface
  99. The Lone Gunmen
  100. The Bionic Woman
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