Leaving Eureka

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Damn it, Syfy. Why? Why is this, your best show, cancelled while those ghost hunting douchebags and all the other crappy "reality" shows are allowed to continue?

At least we can be grateful Eureka got a proper ending. Not only that, but probably its best season since the first one. "Just Another Day" was a great farewell for the series and an amazing episode in its own right. And yes, I did tear up a little bit, knowing this is the last I'll ever see of these characters. It was SAD, okay? I guess we still have Warehouse 13 and Alphas. For now.

What did you think of it? Was "Just Another Day" a proper sendoff for the series? Will you miss Eureka?

Three Inches: Rejected Syfy Pilot

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Three Inches Pilot (2/2) from KyleSchmidFrance2 on Vimeo.

In early 2011, Syfy had a choice between two different shows about people with superpowers. As we all know, they ended up choosing "Alphas," but they still aired the pilot for the other one. The pilot episode of "Three Inches" premiered last Thursday night with no advertising or announcement. There won't be any more, but this is an interesting glimpse at what could have been. Would you want to see this developed into a full series? Do you think it would have been better than "Alphas?"

Syfy Cancels Alphas

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Syfy Cancels Alphas
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Syfy has decided not to renew Alphas for a third season. While this isn't a huge surprise, given the significant drop in ratings for the second season, it's still sad for those of us who did keep watching. Come on Syfy, you aren't going to at least let them have a proper conclusion? You're just letting the series end on a cliffhanger? At least we can hope they end up replacing this show with a new original series we can get sucked into. Even though it'll likely be another reality show. Or wrestling. Damn it.

Are you sad to see Alphas go? What was you're favorite moment of its short run?

Tasmanian Devils Trailer

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Contains some violent images that may not be safe for work.

Tasmanian Devils is Syfy's new original movie airing this Saturday. It looks as ridiculous as we've come to expect from Syfy's movies. On the plus side, this one does feature Winnie Cooper shooting giant CGI monsters. You won't see that anywhere else.