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Syfy announces a new mythological drama series, Olympus, written by Nick Willing and produced by Reunion Pictures and Olympus TV (London) Limited in association with Great Point Media.
Syfy gives six-hour event series Ascension greenlight for launch in 2014; original intergalactic mystery from writer/executive producer Philip Levens to be produced by Sea To Sky Studios with Blumhouse Productions.
Syfy greenlights Dominion to series; supernatural action drama produced by Universal Cable Productions.
Syfy launches new Syfygames.com to curate best online free-to-play games for science fiction, fantasy and supernatural genre fans; redesign will feature exclusive content for ‘Battlestar Galactica Online’ game.
Syfy acquires the first two seasons of New Zealand scripted series The Almighty Johnsons from ALL3MEDIA International.
Syfy announces its lineup for this year’s Comic-Con, which will include the launch of the network's newest scripted series, Helix.
Syfy releases its first mobile game, “Lost Girl: The Game,” available for Android and iOS devices on April 22.
International children’s channel KidsCo, Corus Entertainment’s joint-venture with NBCUniversal, launches its two-month-old Syfy Kids block in Asia this July.
Syfy greenlights an originally scripted series, “Helix,” to be produced by Sony Pictures Television for 2013.
International children’s channel KidsCo partners with science fiction and fantasy-based channel Syfy to launch Syfy Kids, a new sci-fi genre programming block dedicated to kids.
“Merlin” returns for the fifth and final season on Syfy with 13 all-new episodes beginning Friday, January 4 at 10PM.
Syfy has acquired “Primeval: New World,” the next generation of the hit Primeval, from Entertainment One.
For the second straight year, Syfy will serve as tour guide to Halloween in New York City with its imaginative “31 Days of HalloweeNYC.”
On October 1, all 20 episodes of Vuguru’s sci-fi drama “Nuclear Family” will premiere on the Syfy App on Xbox LIVE.
Syfy teams with Georgeville Television and producer Marc Rosen to develop the cult UK classic adventure-sci-fi series “Blake’s 7.”
Syfy is greenlighting Reunion Pictures’ new series pilot “High Moon,” an adaptation of John Christopher’s best-selling novel “The Lotus Caves.”
From touchdown to takeoff, Syfy is planning an all-out assault in order to give fans their first introduction to the visionary transmedia experience, "Defiance," at San Diego Comic-Con 2012.