Archive for February 16th, 2012
Syfy is bumping up its programming schedule this Spring season with more original series and more hours of programming than any prior Spring season. Here are some of the highlights coming up:
Monster Man (NEW ORIGINAL SERIES)
Special Premiere Wednesday, March 14 at 11PM following Face Off season finale; regular time slot Wednesdays at 10PM beginning March 21 — Monster Man goes behind the scenes of one of Hollywood’s most respected monster prop building workshops. For more than 30 years, when studios have wanted a bizarre creature or out-of-this world alien, they’ve turned to Cleve Hall and his very unique family business. Only the horrifying monsters they build match the craziness of this extremely talented family. Monster Man stars Cleve Hall, his daughters Constance and Elora Hall, his ex-wife Sonja Maddox-Hall, best friends Roy Knyrim, Hill Vinot & Johnny Saiko, as well as office manager Cindy Miller. Executive producers are Scott Gurney and Deirdre Gurney for Gurney Productions.
Space: 1999 Fans Celebrate the Past and Look to the Future
Producer of a re-imagining of the cult-classic television show joins convention roster of guests
Jace Hall, President of HDFILMS, Inc., and Executive Producer and Creative Lead of Space: 2099, a re-imagining of the British cult-classic television series Space: 1999, will give fans their first opportunity to hear his plans by joining an impressive roster of guests attending Alpha: 2012, a three-day convention to be held at the Burbank Airport Marriott Hotel on September 14-16, 2012 in Burbank, California. Hall will be joining Australian actor Nick Tate and Glasgow-born Prentis Hancock, co-stars of the original series, as well as revered actors Roy Dotrice and Judy Geeson, both of whom made pivotal guest appearances in the series’ first season. More guests are likely to be added.
In next Monday’s Being Human, Josh is in the midst of making dinner when two cops burst into the kitchen yelling at him to put his hands up. Taken by surprise, Josh is handcuffed while the cops tell him that they have found his “stack of dead”. Tune in Monday, February 20th at 9/8c on Syfy.
If you saw the end of last night’s episode of Ghost Hunters (which hit season-high ratings, you saw that Grant Wilson, who helped found TAPS with Jason Hawes, announced he would be leaving Ghost Hunters to focus on more personal things. If you didn’t see it, catch the video below, followed by the official statement from Syfy: