Syfy: 'Being Human' renewed for season 4, more programming news
Get ready for more adventures of your favorite ghost/vampire/werewolf trio. Syfy has renewed Being Human for a fourth season.
The announcement is particularly welcome news for fans of the supernatural drama who were left with some tantalizing cliffhangers when Being Human‘s third season aired its finale earlier this week. The show is based on the British series of the same name, which recently aired its series finale on BBC Three.
Syfy had several announcements about upcoming programming today surrounding the cable network’s New York upfront presentation. Check out more Syfy news below.
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• Syfy announced yesterday that it has ordered three new unscripted series that will premiere later this year. Joe Rogan Questions Everything features former Fear Factor host Rogan, whom Syfy describes as a “life-long unexplained paranormal mystery addict” searching for answers about various conspiracy theories. The show premieres Tuesday, July 16. Another series, Cosworld, focusing on cosplay competition and will premiere Tuesday, Aug. 27, with Face Off as a lead-in. Lastly, Fandemonium, focusing on fanboy and fangirl culture, will premiere on an unspecified date in the fall. [Deadline]
• Eight unscripted series that are in development were unveiled via press release on Wednesday. Among the new projects is a competition show called The Jim Henson Creature Shop that gives aspiring creature makers the opportunity to win an apprenticeship with the famed creature shop. Creations ranging from puppets animatronic monsters will be judged by Brian Henson himself.
• On the scripted side, Syfy announced that it is developing two outer space-set dramas, one from The Walking Dead‘s Gale Anne Hurd and the other produced by Jason Blum (Smallville, Alphas). [THR]
• Jamie Foxx is also getting in on the Syfy game. The Oscar-winning actor will executive produce, write, and direct a five-episode horror anthology series that Deadline described as “in the vein of horror classics like Tales From The Crypt and The Twilight Zone.” The as-yet-untitled project will air this October. [Deadline]
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