Syfy Bets On Social TV With Interactive Shows

Syfy Renews ‘Continuum’ For Second Season

Syfy’s ‘Face Off’ Renewed For Fifth Season

Q&A WITH CRAIG ENGLER

How Syfy Creates Social Phenomenons

Along with the channel’s revamped branding in 2009, new strategies for formulating and distributing content online emerged. Whether it’s populating Syfy Sync (a second-screen experience for Android and iPad) or preparing for the April 2013 launch of Defiance (dubbed “the world’s first videogame/TV series hybrid”), Syfy is striving to keep pace with viewers’ ever-changing TV viewing habits while exploring new ways to entertain. Craig Engler, SVP-GM of Syfy Digital, details the channel’s tactics, including what’s resonating with viewers.

‘Helix’ Drama Lands Series Order At Syfy

Syfy Bets $105M On TV Series And Video Game

Syfy To Adapt Philip K. Dick Novel

Syfy Cancels ‘Alphas’ After Two-Season Run

Syfy Orders Three Unscripted Series

Syfy’s ‘Haven’ Renewed For Fourth Season

Syfy’s To Air ‘Galactica’ Prequel Pilot

NBCU, Syfy Sued Over ‘Dream Machines’

SyFy Pilots ‘The Lotus Caves’ Adaptation

Syfy Orders Project From Shyamalan And Noxon

Syfy Names Paul Shapiro SVP Original Content

Syfy Renews ‘Lost Girl’ For Third Season

Syfy Cancels ‘Sanctuary’ After Four Seasons

UPFRONTS

Syfy Sets Launch Dates And ‘Eureka’ Exit

Syfy Renews ‘Being Human’ For Third Season

Syfy Promotes Programming Exec Chris Regina

Tracey Gold To Star In Syfy Flick ‘Arachnoquake’

Syfy Renews ‘Paranormal Witness’ For 2nd Season

‘Haven’ Gets Third-Season Green Light From Syfy

SyFy Adds Reality Series, Renews 2 Others

Syfy Rnews ‘Alphas’ For Second Season

Syfy’s ‘Haven’ To Weave Twitter Into Story

Syfy Sets More ‘Warehouse’ With 13-Episode Order

Syfy Adds ‘Eureka’ Episode To Wrap Things Up

Syfy Changes Mind, Cancels Season 6 Of ‘Eureka’

SyFy’s ‘Eureka’ Is Poised To End Its Run

Shazam Pushes Further Into TV With $32M Infusion

RUMOR MILL

NBC’s ‘The Event’ To Continue On Syfy?

Mere minutes after NBC canceled freshman thriller The Event on the unlucky Friday, May 13, show creator Nick Wauters and executive producer Steve Stark told fans that there was a chance the drama could continue elsewhere. That possibility is now taking shape. There are talks with Syfy to pick up The Event as a miniseries.

Syfy Sets Its Summer Lineup

Syfy Renews ‘Scare Tactics’ For Fifth Season

Syfy Picks Up Three Reality Series

Syfy Orders Second Season Of ‘Being Human’

Jason Priestley Gets Guest Arc On Syfy’s ‘Haven’

Syfy Lands Big Names For ‘Treasure Island’

Treasure Island, a special two-part movie event from RHI Entertainment, will premiere on Syfy in early 2012. The production stars Eddie Izzard as Long John Silver, Elijah Wood and Donald Sutherland. This new adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic is currently shooting in Puerto Rico and Ireland. Toby Regbo, who is set to appear in the […]

Syfy’s ‘Being Human’ Remake Draws 2 Million

Syfy Renews ‘Sanctuary’ For Fourth Season