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Syfy renews Dark Matter for season three

U.S. channel Syfy has renewed the Canadian sci-fi series from Prodigy Pictures for another round.

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Wynonna Earp sharpens its int’l presence

Viacom International Media Networks has picked up season one of the series for Spike channels in multiple territories.

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Syfy confirms return of Earp at Comic-Con

Emily Andras’ Wynonna Earp ties up its U.S. broadcaster for a second season.

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Toronto-shot 12 Monkeys renewed for season three

The Syfy drama features series regular Emily Hampshire (pictured).

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Launch date set for Secret Location’s Halcyon

The 15-part scripted VR series will premiere on Syfy this fall.

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USA, Syfy cutting staff numbers in restructure

Following the recent formation of NBCU Cable’s Entertainment Networks Group, approximately 25 staff members from Syfy and USA Network will be let go. (Pictured: ENG president Chris McCumber)

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Halfire back with Aftermath

Noreen Halpern’s prodco has a new series greenlit with Space and Syfy, starring Anne Heche (pictured).

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Bell Media sets premiere for Killjoys season two

The Boat Rocker Studios production will return to Space in July.

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Emily Andras wrangles Wynonna Earp

The writer and showrunner reacts to her series’ (pictured) cross-border debut and why its raw, female-focused aesthetic got the attention of broadcasters and viewers alike.

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Syfy Int’l picks up Secret Location scripted series Halcyon

Production is currently underway in Toronto on the short-form, multiplatform series. (Secret Location president James Milward pictured.)

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Production underway on Killjoys season two

Ruba Nadda has joined the directing crew for the second season of the series.

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Syfy greenlights Nomadic’s Van Helsing

Production on the drama is slated to kick off in January 2016 in Vancouver, with Neil LaBute (pictured) serving as showrunner.