Syfy Channel Fall Series Lineup [Sanctuary, Neverland]

by on August 8, 2011

in Entertainment

Syfy Channel News

If you’re curious about what’s coming up in the September, October & December time-frame from the Syfy channel, check it out, I snagged info from their press release about their TV lineups for those months.

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First up, in September, is Paranormal Witness which premieres on September 7th at 10PM.  It’s a bit of a ‘Let me tell you what I’ve seen’ kind of show.

“This tense, filmic and high-octane drama-documentary series brings to life the stories of people who have lived through paranormal experiences that defy explanation. Using a mixture of intimate first-hand testimony, actual home video and gritty realistic drama, Paranormal Witness transports the audience into a world turned upside down by extraordinary and terrifying events.”

October

Syfy channel is unleashing a month-long effort to scare the crap out of you… or at least keep you entertained to some degree or another.

There’s the ’31 Days of Halloween’ with over 600 hours themed programming, including their usual shows, some Saturday Night Original Movies and theatrical projects.  They’re also pairing up with the city of New York City and you’ll be seeing some stuff on the streets there.  Keep an eye out.  Any Brusimm/Cinema Static readers who see anything, let us know!

Along the lines of October, we have Scare Tactics season 4.5; Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files season 2.5; Sanctuary season 4 AND (This is more a heads up than a news piece) an Asylum produced scary movie called Zombie Apocalypse Saturday Original Movie is on the slate for viewers.

December

In December is what I consider to be a highly anticipated 4-hour movie event, called Neverland.

Neverland, an original prequel to author J.M. Barrie’s classic Peter Pan, sweeps in time from the turbulent seas of the pirates of the Caribbean and the back alleys of Dickensian London to a world of pure imagination.”

Director/writer Nick Willing, who also brought you the mini-series’ Alice and Tin Man on Syfy, is also behind Neverland.  (Do you remember an Alice in Wonderland TV movie from 1999?  He also directed that project.)

Wiling is why I say this should be an anticipated event.

On tap in the cast is Rhys Ifans (The Amazing Spider-Man), Keira Knightley, Anna Friel (Pushing Daisies), Oscar nominee Bob Hoskins, Raoul Trujillo (Tin Man) and Charlie Rowe (Pirate Radio) plays Peter Pan.

[Syfy press release]

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