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Snuffed Out: Still More Series That Were Gone Too Soon

1 July 2013 11:13 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

With the fate of ABC’s Happy Endings decided, it has officially become a member of the “Gone Too Soon” club, TV shows that were snuffed out before they had a chance to flourish … or jump the shark. The club used to be headed by the Holy Trinity of Arrested Development/Freaks & Geeks/Firefly, but Arrested Development has been miraculously resurrected, so let’s put … I don’t know … Pushing Daisies in its place.

While we mourn Happy Endings, let’s take a third trip down TV memory lane. In the first Snuffed Out, we paid tribute to the aforementioned Daisies, as well as Wonderfalls, Nightman, The Book Of Daniel, Popular, The Five Mrs. Buchanans, The Flash, Eerie Indiana, It’s All Relative, Paper Dolls and the newly-resurrected Veronica Mars.

The second Snuffed Out honored The Comeback, It Had To Be You, Mission Genesis, Flo, Women of The House, Baywatch Nights, »

- snicks

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TV on Tap: Garret Dillahunt to “Burn” Again and “Mad Men”‘s Bob Benson Reveal

17 June 2013 5:11 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »


Turns out, some Mad Men viewers guessed right about Bob Benson‘s secret. Too bad they aren’t the ones who picked “Peggy and Pete‘s time-traveler love child, Paul Paulson.” (I hope you weren’t spoiled by the revelation that Mad Men wasn’t taking on time travel.)

I like to think Dillahunt‘s Burn Notice character is still angry

about The Book Of Daniel getting cancelled.

I guess Garret Dillahunt was tired of being sweet and lovable but dim on Raising Hope because EW reports are that he’s returning to Burn Notice.

Lifetime’s Lizzie Borden movie just got more interesting now that the cast has added Billy Campbell and Clea Duvall. Campbell will play Lizzie’s lawyer, while Duvall will play her sister.

Want to be in the finale special of The It Crowd? How is your “looking at shocking things on the internet instead »

- Lyle Masaki

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The Agents of Warehouse 13 Head Into Production of the Final Season

6 June 2013 10:43 AM, PDT | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

This will be a year of sad countdowns, as we are set to lose the Eleventh Doctor, and Warehouse 13 heads into its final season. It’s at least a blessing that we know, and more important the writers know, far in advance, so that the final seasons for a beloved character and a beloved show will be developed appropriately.

Syfy today announced that production of Warehouse 13‘s final season will begin later this month. Here’s the press release:

Warehouse 13 To Open Its Doors For The Final Time On June 24Th

New York – June 6, 2013 – Syfy announced today that Warehouse 13, the Emmy Award-nominated, long-running hit series, will commence production on its fifth and final season June 24th in Toronto.

The six all-new episodes of Season 5 will premiere in 2014.

Said Warehouse 13 showrunner and executive producer Jack KennyWarehouse 13 has been my dream job these past four years. »

- Erin Willard

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Defiance Star Jaime Murray Plays Double Header Tonight, Guest Starring on Warehouse 13

3 June 2013 1:00 PM, PDT | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

Jaime Murray has been in a number of sci-fi shows, but perhaps her most memorable appearances have been as H.G. Wells (sometimes known as Emily Lake) on Warehouse 13. That is, until she became the exceptionally subtle and powerful Stahma Tarr on Defiance. Tonight we get her on both, and she’ll be tweeting during each as she takes over the Syfy Twitter account.

We’ve got a clip from tonight’s Warehouse 13 right here, and Defiance clips and more here.

Clip: Warehouse 13 – Episode 414: Instinct


H.G. Wells Returns To Warehouse 13 With A Vengeance When Defiance Star Jaime Murray Reprises Her Fan-favorite Role An All-new Defiance Airs Monday, June 3 At 9Pm On Syfy Followed By Warehouse 13 At 10Pm Jaime Murray To Tweet Live With Fans During Both Shows

New York – May 29, 2013 –Jaime Murray is taking over Syfy on Monday, June 3 from 9-11Pm (Et/Pt) when »

- Erin Willard

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Syfy Announces Spring Season and Series Premieres and Finales

7 March 2013 12:00 PM, PST | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

Syfy has announced the dates for its upcoming season/series premieres and finales, and it holds a lot of promise as well as at least one laugh. Season finales have been set for Being Human – But Where’S The Next Season Renewal, Syfy? Let’S Get Going On That – and Lost Girl, as well as new unscripted offerings Robot Combat League and Stranded. Premiere dates, as we’ve already told you, for the Mmo game-linked Defiance and for fan favorite Warehouse 13 are now confirmed, as well as the return of Ghost Hunters.

New unscripted series announced include a paranormal show with a southern accent, Deep South Paranormal, and a William Shatner-hosted – Yes, William Shatner – examination of stories of the bizarre and unexplained entitled Weird or What? Yes, a nice title, but once again the Syfy Original Movie has offered up the best chuckleworthy title of the season: Stonados. »

- Erin Willard

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