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Accidentally frozen, pizza-deliverer Fry wakes up 1,000 years in the future. He is taken in by his sole descendant, an elderly and addled scientist who owns a small cargo delivery service. Among the other crew members are Capt. Leela, accountant Hermes, intern Amy, obnoxious robot Bender and lobsterlike moocher "Dr." Zoidberg.
A dedicated group of forensic investigators at the Las Vegas Crime Lab works to solve often-grisly crimes in Sin City. Heading up the graveyard shift (an appropriate term in this case) is supervisor D.B. Russell, a "Left Coast" Sherlock Holmes who devours crime novels. Members of Russell's team include Julie Finlay, Nick Stokes, Sara Sidle (the team's moral compass), Greg Sanders and Morgan Brody. The investigative team works closely with Capt. Jim Brass -- a seasoned detective who is a protector of CSI -- Dr. Al Robbins -- medical examiner -- and quirky lab technician David Hodges. Previous leaders of the group include Gil Grissom and Dr. Ray Langston.
Quentin Coldwater, a grad student at Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, has been fascinated by the magical fantasy world since he was young. But as he has gotten older, Quentin and his 20-something friends have discovered that the magical world they read about as children is not only real, but poses dangers to humanity. While studying at the secret upstate New York school, the friends struggle to cope with the aftermath of a catastrophe that befalls the institution. The fantasy series is based on a series of novels by Lev Grossman.
A demon hunter struggles to stay interested in the Earth-saving duty he never asked for and doesn't want.
Jack is a totally self-centered and immature dude who is abducted and brought to an alien zoo to replace his recently deceased father -- a father he thought had abandoned him as a child. But Jack's selfishness immediately clashes with the tyrannical alien zookeeper, as well as the collection of humans from different time periods who are now his new roommates. Alongside an over-the-hill Roman gladiator, a repressed 50s housewife, a rocker hillbilly from the 80s, and a handful of other misfits, Jack struggles with maturing as a person.
Tony Pergatelli is a low level bureaucrat in Purgatory working as a claims adjustor for Death. Everyday, Tony reviews the files of the newly dead and decides whether they are approved or denied to get into heaven. He's unqualified, unsure of himself and unbelievably burdened by the weight of the choices he must make.
A trio of bounty hunters, known as Killjoys, chases deadly warrants through the Quad, a distant area that is near the start of a violent class war among multiple planets. Gorgeous but deadly Dutch is a top-level Killjoy who has a unique gift for earning people's trust, regardless of their class. The much-loved Killjoy harbors a dark secret. Kindhearted John is a peacemaker who prefers not to fight. Handsome, loyal former soldier D'avin is experienced in hand-to-hand combat, which makes him a valuable asset to the team.
A competition series explores the work of special-effects makeup artists.
Based on the graphic novel of the same name, Nick Sax is a corrupt, intoxicated, ex-cop turned hit man who is adrift in a twilight world of casual murder, soulless sex, and betrayal. After a hit goes wrong, Nick finds a bullet in his side, the cops and the mob on his tail, and a monstrous killer on the loose. But his world is about to be changed forever by a tiny, imaginary, blue-winged horse with a relentlessly positive attitude named Happy. On their journey, they must contend with a laundry list of enemies including angry mobsters, ex-mistresses, ex-wives, and one very bad Santa.
Aspiring artists compete to bring their wildest beast to life.
"Face Off" puts on its game face in this spinoff of Syfy's popular makeup artists competition series. It features former "Face Off" all-stars matching skills in head-to-head battles, with multiple reveals and eliminations culminating in a grand prize winner. On each episode, four artists race to complete three challenges. A competitor is sent home after each challenge, and after three rounds, the artist left standing is awarded $10,000. McKenzie Westmore hosts, while Academy Award winners Ve Neill and Rick Baker serve as judges. A rotating cast of guest judges also are featured.
Years before the destruction of the legendary Man of Steel's home planet, Superman's grandfather, Seg-El, fights to redeem his family's honor after the House of El is ostracized and shamed over Seg's grandfather's false claims of a world-killer coming to Krypton. When an attack on the government is attempted, Seg seizes an opportunity to advance himself and his family by allying with those who sentenced his grandfather to execution and destroyed his family's name but when evidence that his grandfather's claims were true is discovered, Seg must work within the system that discarded the House of El in order to protect their future legacy.
It's the near future in Los Angeles, and climate change keeps temperatures soaring, and water is as scarce as oil. Crime is so rampant that authorities only bother punishing cases of extreme violence, and even the city's last remaining good cop isn't immune from the chaos. Arthur Bailey's only hope for survival is to join dangerous femme fatale Grace on a twisted cross-country death race. The race's host is a vaudevillian nightmare, the drivers are homicidal deviants, and the last participant to arrive at each checkpoint has his or her head explode. Even the cars aren't typical gas-powered machines, as they run on human blood. When Bailey goes missing to take part in the race, his partner, Chris, leads an investigation to figure out what happened to him, and it quickly turns into the most deranged case of Chris' career.
Cosplay -- the practice of dressing up as characters from movies, books or video games -- is a popular activity in the sci-fi community. People transform themselves into pop culture-inspired creations, often with an emphasis on anime characters. Usually, it's just for fun and playful contests, but on "Cosplay Melee," the perfect costume can be worth $10,000 to a cosplayer. Each episode sees four contestants creating full costumes and character origin stories, then hitting the runway in an attempt to impress the judges, who are world-class cosplayer LeeAnna Vamp and costume creator Christian Beckman, by looking -- and acting -- the part. Whoever the judges feel most embodies the character is proclaimed the winner and earns the grand prize. Actress Yvette Nicole Brown ("Community") hosts the show that Syfy says compares to reality show "Face Off" but "with a triple dose of adrenaline."
You may not want to watch "Paranormal Witness" alone if you're easily spooked. This series brings to life -- through the use of first-hand testimony, home videos and personal photos -- the stories of people who have lived through paranormal experiences. In addition to featuring the usual paranormal stuff -- UFO sightings, poltergeists, haunted mansions, to name just a few -- "Paranormal Witness" episodes also tell the stories of a child with an imaginary friend and a highway that is said to be haunted.
Children's TV is usually wholesome entertainment that can be enjoyed by the whole family, but child psychologist Mike Painter thinks there's one show in particular -- "Candle Cove" -- that might not have been so innocent. No one seems to remember the 1980s show except for Mike, and he has ever-growing suspicions that it might have played a role in a series of nightmarish events from his childhood, including the disappearance of his twin brother in the summer of 1988. When he returns home to investigate what happened all those years ago, Mike finds out that it -- whatever it was -- may be happening again.
People are given the opportunity to become real-life superheroes.
A weekly half-hour topical animated series set in an extraterrestrial newsroom. In each episode, two alien news anchors, Drexx Drudlarr and Tuva Van Void, offer news and commentary on the universe's most fascinating and baffling species, the Humans of Planet Earth. The anchors provide a hard-hitting look at the universe's real news -- give or take a few intergalactic translation errors, highlighting the absurdity of our current state of affairs, as well as the more evergreen, oddly-comedic human behaviors and constructs that people take for granted.
"Looking for Leia" features the stories of intergenerational and culturally diverse female fans who discuss their entry point into the "Star War"s universe and the passion and creativity with which they demonstrate. The series reaches far beyond the legacy of Leia to examine how stories of women's fandom speaks to experiences of gender resilience and resistance.
"Hell Den" mixes original animation and re-dubbed cartoons in a deliciously warped and hilarious brew of social satire, musical parody, and old-fashioned juvenile humor. After an uber-apocalypse wipes out civilization, one kid miraculously survives: 12-year-old Andrew. His house still has electricity, a working television and a VCR, and that combination draws a few curious apocalypse-creators to his door. There's Kenneth, the moody fifth horseman of the apocalypse; BET-C, a sympathetic but volatile mutant cyborg; Fleek, a sleazy alcoholic alien; and Giantic, a ponderous giant. Together, they break into the liquor cabinet and join Andrew to watch twisted cartoons, because destroying the world is hard work. It's a new take on old cartoons with commentary by an odd group of world-obliterating drinking buddies, one 12 year old kid, and guest voices.