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If you're not watching Syfy's new series "Helix," you're missing some seriously spooky Arctic shenanigans. Want to see what the fuss is about? You can catch up on the previously aired episodes Tonight!
Embrace the Polar Vortex, bundle up, and enjoy this week’s catch-up marathon of Syfy’s infectious new series "Helix" beginning Thursday, February 6th, at 6:00 Pm.
6:00 Pm - Episode 1.01 – “Pilot”
7:00 Pm - Episode 1.02 – “Vector”
8:00 Pm - Episode 1.03 – “274”
9:00 Pm - Episode 1.04 – “Single Strand”
10:00 Pm - Episode 1.05 – “The White Room”
The next night, Friday, February 7th, at 10:00 Pm, an all-new episode of "Helix" airs during the series’ regular timeslot. In the episode, #1.06, entitled “Antiqatiga,” Dr. Farragut (Billy Campbell) and Dr. Jordan (Jordan Hayes) make headway in decoding the virus while Dr. Hatake (Hiroyuki Sanada) secretly attempts to "cure" Dr. Walker (Kyra Zagorsky) before the Illaria Corporation’s reinforcements arrive at the base. »
- Debi Moore
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The only goal came on just before the half hour, Oscar bending a free kick from 22 yards out into the far left corner after a foul on Samuel Eto’o by Erik Pieters, as Chelsea beat Stoke by a single goal at Stamford Bridge.
The first half started at a fast tempo, and both sides had a good chance to open the score. Inside the first six minutes Samuel Eto’o received the ball with his back to goal inside of the box, turned and fired inches wide of the far post, then peter Crouch headed wide from four yards after Simon Walters cross was deflected.
The game began to settle as both sides struggled for momentum, but that changed when Oscar showed his dead ball prowess. In the final five minutes of the half the game really opened, Frank Lampard coming so close to tapping »
- Alan Frost
Two of the stars of Syfy's "Helix" spent some time speaking with journalists recently, and we have the highlights here, including how they've developed their characters, whether they've been creeped out while filming, and lots more.
The series, which airs Friday nights at 10/9c, is the latest brainchild of Ron Moore, creator of “Battlestar Galactica," and if you've been watching, you'll know Mark Ghanimé as Major Sergio Balleseros and Catherine (Cat) Lemieux as veterinarian Doreen Boyle.
Things kicked off with a bit of discussion about their characters.
Q: Mark, are we going to learn more of your character's back story?
Mark Ghanimé: I really hope you do… you just have to wait and find out as far as when the episodes get released. But there's definitely going to be some interesting stuff developing with my character. He's got a lot of… he's multi-faceted let's just say. So we're going to see some surprises… »
- Debi Moore
Helix is off to an amazing start, and it just keeps getting better. Part 4 premieres this Friday at 10, and I expect you all to be watching. Get a head start, though, by watching the intriguing first four minutes of the episode, right here, right now.
Yes, the first Four. What is the deal with networks saying it’s the first five minutes of an episode when it rarely is actually five minutes? Anyway, here it is, and it’s excellent:
What?! What Happens Next?! Argh I hate waiting. And oh how I love that music, it makes me laugh out loud, every single time. Come On, Friday Night!
In other Helix news, stars Billy Campbell (The 4400, The Rocketeer), who plays Alan Farragut, and Jordan Hayes, who plays Sarah Jordan, spoke with the press about the conditions on the set, how they feel about sci-fi, »
- Erin Willard
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