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Top Showrunners Talk Netflix Paydays, Peak TV Challenges and Big Data

David Shore, Hart Hanson, Amy Berg and other TV bosses at the Vancouver Film Festival debated whether to stay with broadcast networks, or grab a big streaming paydeal.

Canada’s Space Acquires ‘Z Nation’ Zombie Drama

The volume buyer of shows from "Sharknado" producer The Asylum will debut the Syfy drama in fall 2014.

‘Eureka’ Creator Developing Supernatural Drama for NBC (Exclusive)

Andrew Cosby will pen the script and exec produce alongside Jeff Okin, Gina Matthews and Grant Scharbo.

Syfy Bulks Up on Canadian Sci-Fi Imports

Canadian-made shows help carry the original series banner for the American channel this winter, especially on Monday nights with "Continuum," "Being Human" and "Lost Girl."

TV to See This Week: The Live Feed’s Look Ahead

Highlights include a few movie actors in small screen roles and Fox’s big 25th anniversary celebration.

‘Eureka’s’ Colin Ferguson to Star in Bill Lawrence’s Fox Comedy

After five seasons on the Syfy series, Ferguson has been tapped to star in the "Cougar Town" creator's semi-autobiographical pilot "Like Father."

‘Eureka,’ ‘Warehouse 13’ Season Finale Dates Set

Syfy's "Sanctuary" opens its fourth season Friday, Oct. 7 and Keira Knightley's "Neverland" airs Dec. 4 and 5.

‘Eureka’s’ Erica Cerra Talks Cancelation and Relief Over Syfy’s Additional Episode Order

The actress has been through a roller coaster of emotions, but she's also looking forward to what's next.

‘Eureka’ Canceled: Syfy Reverses Its Decision on Season 6 Renewal

After last week's pick up, the network decided not to go forward on another season.

Syfy Commits to Sixth Season of ‘Eureka,’ No End Date in Sight

The cable network is currently airing Season 4.5 of the veteran sci-fi series, starring Colin Ferguson.

‘Alphas’ Is Syfy’s Most-Watched Series Debut in Two Years

"Eureka" and "Warehouse 13" drew more than 2 million viewers on Monday night.

Comic-Con 2011: ‘Eureka’s’ Colin Ferguson (Q&A)

The star of the Syfy series recalls bumping into Bruce Boxleitner, the first time he saw the show with an audience and what's next for the people of the fictional town.