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Time flies through open wormholes. Syfy's quirky Eureka TV series premiered on July 18, 2006, when the NBC-Universal cable channel was still known as "Sci-Fi." Created by Andrew Cosby and Jaime Paglia, the comedy-drama starring Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Erica Cerra, Neil Grayston, Joe Morton, and Chris Gauthier is set in the top secret Pacific Northwest town of Eureka.A company town, Eureka is dedicated to scientific achievement and plagued by experiments gone awry. The Eureka TV show was cancelled after five seasons. Its TV series finale episode 5.13, "Just Another Day," aired four years and two days ago, on July 16, 2012.The Eureka TV show cast also includes: Jordan Hinson, Niall Matter, Ed Quinn, Debrah Farentino, Tembi Locke, Christopher Jacot, Kavan Smith, Felicia Day, Matt Frewer, Trevor Jackson, Jaime Ray Newman, and Vanya Asher.Among Eureka's notable guest stars »
Syfy has been rolling the dice for the last couple of years on shows that aim to really turn up the sci-fi dial, and they’ve had a lot of luck. They took that to new levels last year with 12 Monkeys, and brought it home recently with The Magicians. Now they’re rounding out the schedule with something that isn’t quite as serious, but is just as wildly fun, Wynonna Earp, based on the Idw comics.
Wynonna (Melanie Scrofano) returns home to Purgatory, and if you think being descended from Wyatt Earp is something you have trouble leaving in the past, you don’t know the half of it. Wynonna has a secret, though it’s only “sort of secret,” and it involves the men her ancestor killed, and the fact that they don’t want to stay dead.
The Earp family is cursed… or something, and we’re »
- Marc Eastman
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